After months of discussion and meetings around Ohio to gather feedback, the Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors unanimously approved a proposal Thursday morning to utilize a new formula to determine how many divisions will be offered for postseason tournaments. The change affects OHSAA General Sports Regulation 17 and will result in girls and boys soccer now having five divisions, while girls volleyball, girls and boys basketball, softball and baseball will all have seven divisions. In those sports, Division I and Division II will only include 64 schools.
The Cardington basketball program will be hosting its 15th annual Cardington Youth Basketball Tournament from March 8-10 at Cardington High School and Elementary.
Strong defense and a few timely offensive runs led the Highland girls to a decisive 50-30 win over visiting Danville on Tuesday night.
COLUMBUS — Speaking with the media for the first time since Ohio State’s loss in the Cotton Bowl, head coach Ryan Day had no shortage of topics to cover on Wednesday as he fielded questions for more than an hour at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center (WHAC).
A fast start for the Cardington boys’ basketball team had Mount Gilead trying to catch up all throughout their Saturday night boys’ basketball contest.
Early in their Friday night home contest against Clear Fork, the Highland boys’ basketball team got back-to-back three-pointers by Owen Winkelfoos and Toby Rogers to lead their opponents 6-4 with 5:58 left in the opening period.
Wednesday, Feb. 14
In Division IV of the Central District, the Northmor boys’ basketball team enters the postseason with the third seed. They will open tournament play Saturday, March 2, at 1 p.m. at home against Groveport Madison Christian.