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COLUMBUS – The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s board of directors met Thursday and received a range of information from OHSAA staff, including the venues of tournaments in the winter and spring states, and had an initial discussion on collecting school membership fees the school year 2021-22.
Details and discussion panels on membership fees will be communicated with the member schools in March.
The locations for the upcoming regional basketball tournaments have been determined and are listed below. Because most Ohio universities are currently not allowing fans or outside groups to use their facilities due to COVID-19 campus protocols, most regional basketball tournaments for boys are held in member schools’ high schools. Ticket details have been sent to member schools to comply with Ohio Department of Health regulations.
“As we have seen during this pandemic, our member schools will do everything possible to allow athletes to participate,” said Doug Ute, executive director of OHSAA. “We thank our schools for hosting the regional basketball tournaments and all of our winter sports tournaments.”
As previously announced, the upcoming Winter State tournament venues and dates include:
Swimming and diving – C..T. Branin Natatorium in Canton, February 24-27.
Bowling – Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, February 26th and 27th, and March 5th and 6th.
Gymnastics – Hilliard Bradley High School, March 5th and 6th.
Ice Hockey – OhioHealth Ice House, Columbus, March 13th and 14th.
Wrestling – Hilliard Darby (Division I), Marengo Highland (Division II) and Marion Harding (Division III), March 13th and 14th.
SPRING SPORTS UPDATE
The spring sports season is still on schedule. Official training sessions for lacrosse, baseball, softball, and athletics begin Monday, February 22nd. Tennis training for boys will start on March 8th. The OHSAA Board of Directors has approved tournament regulations for softball, baseball, track and field, and boys’ tennis, with these state tournament venues:
Baseball: Canal Park, Akron, June 10-12.
Softball: Firestone Stadium, Akron, June 3-5.
Boys tennis: Lindner Family Tennis Center, Mason, May 28th and 29th.
Athletics: Division I at Hilliard Darby High School; Division II at Pickerington North High School; Division III at Westerville North High School
REGIONAL BASKETBALL SITES
Regional tournament locations for girls’ basketball:
Division I: Medina, Sandusky, Cincinnati Princeton, and TBD (Columbus).
Division II: Barberton, Mansfield Senior, Zanesville, and Springfield.
Division III: Cuyahoga Falls, Lexington, Chillicothe Southeastern and Springfield.
Division IV: Massillon Perry, Elida, Pickerington North, and Vandalia-Butler.
Regional tournament grounds for boys’ basketball::
Division I: Norwalk, Twinsburg, Cincinnati Princeton, and TBD (Columbus).
Division II: Barberton, Elida, Chillicothe Southeastern, and Vandalia-Butler.
Department III: Twinsburg, Elida, Chillicothe Southeastern, and Vandalia-Butler.
Division IV: Akron Firestone, Van Wert, Chillicothe Southeastern, and Vandalia-Butler.
Girls nationwide brackets: https://www.ohsaa.org/Sports-Tournaments/Basketball-Girls/Girls-Basketball-2020-21/2021-Girls-Basketball-State-Tournament.
Boys Nationwide Brackets: https://www.ohsaa.org/Sports-Tournaments/Basketball-Boys/Boys-Basketball-2020-21/2021-Boys-Basketball-State-Tournament.
MEDIA ACCESS AT TOURNAMENTS
As in the past, the OHSAA will set media access for all state tournaments. Each site determines media access for district and regional tournaments. Please see below for more details. Registration information for the state tournaments can be found at: https://www.ohsaa.org/news/credentials.
Ticket information will be sent to member schools as the tournament progresses. The Ohio Department of Health and Governor Mike DeWine are demanding that only family members attend sporting events at this time. The capacity limits for interior fittings are set at 15 percent of capacity or 300 people, whichever is smaller, unless the venue has deviated from receiving more spectators.
Details on reporting on the winter sports tournament:
– – Wrestling: The district tournaments can have live or delayed video through schools (no fee), the host sites (no fee), and media (fees apply). The live video of the state tournament will be available on the NFHS network. Tape lag video is available for media (charges apply).
– – Bowling: The district and state tournaments may have live or delayed video broadcast through schools (no fee), the host sites (no fee), and media (fees apply).
– – gymnastics: District tournaments may have live or delayed video broadcast through schools (no fee), the host sites (no fee), and media (fee). The live video of the state tournament will be available on the NFHS network. Tape lag video is available for media (charges apply).
– – ice Hockey: District tournaments may have live or delayed video broadcast through schools (no fee), the host sites (no fee), and media (fee). The live video of the state tournament will be available on the NFHS network. Tape lag video is available for media (charges apply).
– – basketball: Some section, district, and regional games feature live video from the NFHS network if the facility has NFHS equipment in their gym. Otherwise, live or delayed video from schools (no fee), the host sites (no fee), and the media (fees apply) are allowed. The state tournaments are exclusive to Spectrum.
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