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OHSAA Cancels Spring Sports as School Facilities to Remain Closed

OHSAA Cancels Spring Sports as School Facilities to Remain Closed April 21, 2020 News Release – Ohio High School Athletic Association Jerry Snodgrass, Executive Director  |  | For Immediate Release – April 21, 2020 OHSAA Contact – Tim Stried, Director of Communications, OHSAA Cancels Spring Sports as School Facilities to Remain

Light up the Night for Seniors (Revised)

In trying to make this as special as possible for our seniors we will now be doing Light up the Night this Friday April 24th at 8:20 PM. We will be reading seniors names over PA system, Putting pictures on Fan Board, Playing the School song, as well as having it on posted on this site

Additional Information from OHSAA on Spring Sports

All Sports A MANDATORY no-contact period is in effect for all school-sponsored sports March 17-April 5, 2020. Additionally, there will be a mandatory shut down of facilities used for the purpose of conducting athletics activities from March 17-April 5, 2020. A couple key points to remember: We are RELYING on your communication with your coaches


Due to the closing of the schools ALL ATHLETIC ACTIVITIES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL APRIL 6TH. This includes all practices, scrimmages and games. As new information available we will post it here.

Colt Edgar Ends Season 6th at Districts

Colt Edgar ended his Junior Season for the Falcons taking 6th place at the Garfield Heights District Tournament, 1 win shy of qualifying for the State Wrestling Tournament. He finished the season 27-16. Brent Dietrich, a sophomore, started off the tournament great beating a sectional champ in his first match before losing the next two.

Boys Tennis Mandatory Player-Parent Meeting

he Meeting for all players interested in playing Varsity Boys Tennis will be this Wednesday March 4th at 5:30 in High school cafeteria. This meeting is mandatory for players and parents to attend.