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Ohio High School Athletic Association referee class begins September 25 in West Carrollton, Ohio


For those who are interested in becoming a prospective Ohio High School Athletic Association basketball referee will get the chance as classes begin from September 25 to November 13 at West Carrollton High School in the Dayton, Ohio area.

The cost is $130.00 and the class will be meeting on Tuesdays from 6 to 9 p.m.

(courtesy of Ohio High School Athletic Association)

Registration needs to be completed online at

For more information, contact Thurman Leggs at (513) 314-0340 or


Information compiled from OHSAA


HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Central District athletes receive scholarship awards


(courtesy of OHSAA)

Seven high school athletes from the Ohio Central District have received college scholarships during the Ohio High School Athletic Association banquet on Friday night June 15.

The recipients included Minori Minagawa of Dublin Scioto and Sebastian Matt of New Albany received $2,000.

Brendan Cox of Grandview, Kirsten Dewese of Fairfield Christian, Africentric’s Jaren Francis, Delaware Christian’s Haley Kirby and Megan McCabe of DeSales received $1,000 each.


Info compiled from OHSAA, Radio & TV news


HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: OHSAA levels the hammer on Harvest Prep

World Harvest Church operates Harvest Prep ( photo)

(courtesy of OHSAA)

For the past seven months, the Ohio High School Athletic Association has been mulling and considering what penalties to level against Harvest Prep High School, which is run by World Harvest Ministries.

One of the options on the table was to expel (death penalty) from the state membership.

But OHSAA Commissioner Dan Ross said that they really wanted help the athletic department get moving into the right direction.

But for violating numerous regulations and bylaws, the school was slapped with major penalties, which includes no postseason play in any sport this school year, and none in football and boys and girls basketball in 2012-2013; forfeiture of 2010-2011 boys basketball season, including postseason trophies; three years probation beginning in 2013 and a $2,500 fine plus $30,000 in investigation costs.

The charges against Harvest Prep include recruiting, not filing proper paperwork on student-athletes who transfer to the school, and coaches not having the proper certifications.

The school, by order of the OHSAA will be monitored by Max Ness, a former administrator from Mentor, New Albany and Wellington High School. Prep Harvest will pay Ness’ salary as he monitors the athletic department for two years from an office inside the school. He has been at the school since August 1.


Info courtesy of  Ohio High School Athletic Association



HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Local football teams to change divisions in 2011


(courtesy of Ohio High School Athletic Association)

There are several Columbus area football teams that will be changing divisions this fall in the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s biennial realignment based on enrollment.

Moving to Division I from Division II are Dublin Jerome, Dublin Scioto, Hilliard Bradley, Olentangy, Olentangy Orange and St. Charles.

Moving to Division II from Division I are Franklin Heights, Marion Harding, Mount Vernon, Northland, West and Worthington Kilbourne.

Other schools being affected include, Centennial and Independence moving to Division III from Division II, Bishop Ready moving form IV from V and Africentric moving from VI from V.


Info courtesy of the Ohio High School Athletic Association

Canton McKinley star selected Ohio Ms. Basketball

Canton McKinley (file photo)

(file photo)

Canton McKinley Lady Bulldogs junior point guard Ameryst Alston has been selected as the 24th winner of the annual Ohio Ms. Basketball award from the Associated Press.

Alston led the Bulldogs to the state tournament as a feshman, a Division I state title last year and this year, led her team to a 20-0 record and a #1 ranking.

Canton McKinley lost to Twinsburg to end their season in the Ohio High School Athletic Association tournament.

Alston averaged 21 points, five rebounds, 3.8 assists and 3.4 steals this season.

compiled from TV, radio & High School website news

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