The University of Cincinnati commit threw for 1,816 yards, ran for 1,509 yards, accounted for 49 touchdowns as Wyoming went 13-1 in 2019.
High schools should not have to adjust their schedules to accommodate colleges playing on Friday nights, writes Karissa Niehoff, the Executive Director of the National Federation High School Association.
There is no linkage to CTE at the younger levels, and the word “danger” should not be a part of the discussion, writes the Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations.
While there was a slight decline in the number of participants in many states, the number of schools sponsoring 11-man football is the highest in five years according to the National Federation of High School Athletics.
The Executive Directors of the OHSAA and NFHS write that inappropriate adult behavior at high school athletic events in Ohio has reached epidemic proportions.
The 2018-19 total of 7,937,491 participants is a decline of 43,395 from the 2017-18 school year when the number of participants reached an all-time record high. The last decline occurred during the 1988-89 school year.
Ohio State University’s historic arena hosted most OHSAA basketball state tournaments from 1957-1998, which included local appearances by Willard, Monroeville and St. Paul among others.
House Bill 166 results in changes to parts of OHSAA transfer bylaw and regulations regarding international students, among other highlights.
High court determines that complaint brought by Cincinnati Greater Catholic League Co-Ed Division can proceed.
The DH can be used traditionally as a 10th starter who hits for any one of the nine starting defensive players —or as a starting defensive player. Utilizing this option, the player has two positions: defensive player and DH.
The Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association voted unanimously to officially sponsor a girls state wrestling tournament, which will take place Feb. 22-23, 2020 at Hilliard Davidson.
Individual wrestling state tournament will become a Friday-through-Sunday event; girls basketball, which is the same weekend as wrestling, will leave the Schottenstein Center
Cincinnati Moeller (Div. I), Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (Div. III) and Convoy Crestview (Div. IV) also claimed state championships on Saturday in Columbus
Greg Nossaman, who led Willard to 173 wins with five league titles, five district titles and a trip to state from 1999-2008, has Powell Olentangy Liberty in the Div. I state semifinals on Friday
Headed to the University of Cincinnati, the 6-foot-4 Curtis averaged 34.4 points and 5.8 assists per game this season and scored 2,109 points in his high school career