BVC Stats & Standings Week 8

Unbeaten and state-ranked Pandora-Gilboa(8-0) continues their title run needing to take care of business at North Baltimore (1-7) Friday night.

Unbeaten and state-ranked Pandora-Gilboa(6-0) continues their title run needing to take care of business at North Baltimore (1-5) Friday night in league action.

No report from Arcadia.

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Fall Sports Awards Coming Soon

Also WINTER sports meeting for parents and athletes…..

Here are the  Dates/Times for upcoming events:

The Cross Country program will have their awards Tuesday October 23rd at 7pm.

On Tuesday October 30th, sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, there will be a Fall Athlete Appreciation pizza dinner 6:00-6:30 preceding the Fall
Sports Awards starting at 6:30pm.

Wednesday November 7th, 6:30-7pm the Winter Parent/Athlete meeting will be held in the gym.

Flu shots being encouraged earlier this year

Vaccine takes two weeks to become effective…..

BOWLING GREEN — Health officials are encouraging people to get the flu shot earlier this year so that it can become effective before influenza viruses are widespread.

Most people can get a flu shot by scheduling an appointment with their health care provider or simply walking into their pharmacy. It takes about two weeks to develop antibodies that protect against flu, so make plans to get vaccinated before flu season begins. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone 6 months of age or older get a flu vaccine by the end of October.

Every flu season is different, but millions of people get the flu each year, while hundreds of thousands of people are hospitalized and thousands more die from flu-related causes. The flu vaccine does not cause influenza, which is a contagious respiratory illness that infects the nose, throat and lungs.

Wood County Community Health Center offers the flu vaccine to established patients. To become a patient or for more information, call 419-354-9049 or visit WCHealthCenter.org

Wood County Health Department provides flu immunization for children 18 or under whose health care providers do not offer vaccines. For more information, call 419-354-8402 ext. 3258.

Frequent handwashing is one of the best ways to avoid acquiring or transmitting many illnesses, including influenza. Also make sure to disinfect surfaces at home and at work, cough and sneeze into your sleeve, and avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.

The mission of Wood County Health Department is to prevent disease, promote healthy lifestyles and protect the health of everyone in Wood County. Our Community Health Center provides comprehensive medical services for men, women and children. We welcome all patients, including uninsured or underinsured clients, regardless of their ability to pay, and we accept most third-party insurance. For more information, visit WoodCountyHealth.org

SouthWood Traffic Update – Rudolph & Oil Center Project

The Shelly Company began work in Henry Township at the corner of Rudoph Rd and Oil Center Rd.

The Shelly Company began work in Henry Township at the corner of Rudolph Rd and Oil Center Rd.

The intersection is “closed”. However, according to Henry Twp. Chairman John Stewart, “due to this being the middle of the fall harvest, traffic will be maintained for farmers, buses and emergency vehicles.”

For the time being, other vehicles and personal vehicles WILL BE allowed to pass through the intersection, SLOWLY, proceeding with CAUTION, as the work of widening will continue, with intermittent closures.

The project is adding to the roadway 200 feet to the south and 240 feet to the north. The project has been delayed for about 6 weeks, according to Stewart.

PIPELINE VALUES POSITIVELY IMPACT LOCAL TAX BASE

The 2017 reappraisal resulted in a countywide assessed valuation totaling $3.263 billion……

Wood County Auditor Matthew Oestreich is pleased to announce new construction and public utility values for tax year 2018 payable in 2019.

“New construction in Wood County has rebounded and we are witnessing the impact on the tax base,” Auditor Oestreich stated.  New construction value totaled $33.7 million in assessed value.  “Construction activity is visible throughout the county, which is a great indicator of a healthy economy,” shared Oestreich.

The prospect of increased values over the next several years projects as a continued positive; First Solar is building a 1.2 million square foot production facility in the county, and NSG in Rossford is exploring options for expansion.  Public utility values tallied significant gains for tax year 2018, adding $73.5 million in assessed value.  The largest of these values resulted from the Rover pipeline at $57.5 million. Overall new construction has added nearly 3.3% to the tax base of Wood County in one year’s time.

This week, the Board of Revision ruled on the final cases of tax year 2017.  The board consists of Auditor Oestreich, Treasurer Jane Spoerl, and Commissioner Doris Herringshaw and is charged with determining the market value on formal taxpayer valuation complaints.  The board heard 68 complaints: 51 filed by taxpayers seeking a value reduction, and 17 filed by school districts requesting a value increase.  The board is presented evidence in the form of comparable sales, cost of construction, or appraisals.  The evidence is evaluated and the board determines a final value and if either party disagrees with the decision, they reserve the right to appeal to the state board of tax appeals. Wood County has 15 such appeals.

This year, the Auditor’s Office also received and rectified values on 165 informal complaints.  Of the 165 complaints, 73 complaints resulted in a no value change while the remainder saw a combined reduction in assessed value totaling $800,000.  “The appeal process allows taxpayers a voice to help the Auditor determine the true market value of some parcels which may be statistical outliers.  For $16.75 per parcel my office determined the value of all 75,000 parcels,” shared Oestreich. The quality of the recent 2017 mass reappraisal was exceptional with a Perrysburg resident serving as the project supervisor, and two other Wood County residents working on the reappraisal.  “Having appraisers living in Wood County is a definite benefit to the process of determining real estate values, as they have a pulse on the local market,” shared Oestreich.

The 2017 reappraisal resulted in a countywide assessed valuation totaling $3.263 billion.  The next reappraisal will be completed for tax year 2023 with a “triennial update” scheduled for tax year 2020 under the direction of the Ohio Department of Taxation.

DIY Halloween Box Costume for All Ages

Supplies like cardboard boxes, tape and felt are all you need to piece together this DIY Halloween Llama Boxtume and celebrate the season in style…….

 

(Family Features) Candy, pumpkins and costumes are some of the most popular traditions of the Halloween season. This year, rather than searching store aisles for the perfect getup, consider using boxes from your latest deliveries and other items you have on-hand to create a one-of-a-kind DIY costume, or “boxtume.”

Supplies like cardboard boxes, tape and felt are all you need to piece together this DIY Halloween Llama Boxtume and celebrate the season in style. Since it can be as simple or elaborate as you’d like, the customizable nature of the costume allows your personality to shine.

With many households across the country already taking advantage of Amazon Prime’s unlimited fast, free shipping and streaming, your next costume idea could be just one click away. Boxtumes can be made alone, with kids or even as group costumes, meaning the possibilities are nearly endless. If you’re feeling extra crafty, try your hand at upcycling boxes to craft other custom Halloween items, such as treat containers, spooky centerpieces and decorations.

Share your creativity online using #Boxtumes, and find more inspiration and step-by-step guides at amazon.com/boxtumes2018.

DIY Halloween Llama Boxtume

Project courtesy of CraftyChica.com

Supplies:

  • 1 large Amazon smile box
  • 1 medium Amazon smile box, divided
  • 1 long box
  • Duct tape
  • Masking tape
  • Hot glue
  • Scissors
  • Felt or fabric
  • Ping pong balls
  • Craft paint brushes
  • Paint
  • Cardboard
  • Faux fur (optional)
  • Straps (optional)
  1. Using large box, medium box and long box, build foundation of llama. Use duct tape and masking tape to attach long box to side of large box and piece of rolled medium box to top of long box then use hot glue to secure.
  2. Using scissors and fabric, cut out ears and leave long area to glue to back of head and inside neck of box to help make stronger.
  3. Cover llama with fabric and hot glue in place.
  4. Use ping pong balls or cardboard for eyes and using craft brush, paint on eyelids, lashes and pupils.
  5. Cut small pieces from cardboard to make teeth. Use felt shapes to form nose and lips.
  6. Use felt to decorate sides and neck.
  7. Add personal touches as desired, such as faux fur on head, straps to wear your boxtume over shoulders or darker colored felt for accents.

SOURCE:
Amazon

NBHS Band Presents 20th Annual “Sounds of the Stadium” Concert

Next Wednesday at 7:00p.m…………………..

Next Wednesday, October 24 is the NBHS marching band’s 20th annual Sounds of the Stadium concert. It takes place in the high school gym and begins at 7pm.

The concert is free and open to the public. Enjoy the marching band in a rain-free environment!

Thursday is the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill

On 10.18.18, Ohioans are encouraged to Drop, Cover and Hold On (at 10:18am)………..

COLUMBUS, OH – National Preparedness Month is over, but that doesn’t mean we stop preparing for disasters. FEMA, the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium (CUSEC) and the Ohio Emergency Management Agency (Ohio EMA) are encouraging citizens to stay prepared and Get Ready to ShakeOut during the annual Great Central U.S. ShakeOut earthquake drill.

Held annually on the third Thursday in October, ShakeOut is set for October 18th at 10:18 a.m. CUSEC notes though, like fire drills, the earthquake drill can be scheduled for a date and time more suitable for schools and businesses.

“People may say ‘Why do we need to practice earthquake drills in Ohio?’ We practice because Ohio does experience earthquakes,” said Ohio EMA Executive Director Sima Merick. “Ohio has had four low-scale earthquakes so far this year. It is also good to know earthquake safety in the event you’ve traveled to another state or country where quakes can occur with higher magnitude and frequency.”

The actual ShakeOut drill is only one minute long. But ShakeOut is more than an earthquake drill. ShakeOut is intended to get people to talk about emergency preparedness and to plan for all hazards and disasters such as earthquakes, floods, fires, tornadoes or hazmat incidents.

What do you do during the ShakeOut drill? Practice the safest response to an earthquake:

  • DROP where you are, onto your hands and knees. This position protects you from being knocked down and allows you to stay low and crawl to shelter if it’s nearby. If you have mobility issues, either lock the wheels of your wheelchair or stay seated, and bend over.
  • COVER your head and neck with one arm and hand. If a sturdy table or desk is nearby, crawl underneath it for shelter. If no shelter is nearby, crawl next to an interior wall, away from windows.
  • HOLD ON until the shaking stops. If you are under a table or desk for shelter, hold onto it with one hand and be ready to move with your shelter if it shifts.

There is still time to register to participate. Individuals, schools, businesses and organizations can easily register online at www.shakeout.org/centralus/. Earthquake preparedness information and resources are also available on this site. If you registered last year, you need only to confirm/update your information.

Additional earthquake preparedness information is also available at www.ready.ohio.gov. Click on “Earthquakes” in the green menu bar.

To date, millions of people have registered to participate in the Great Central U.S. ShakeOut.

“Like a Roaring Lion”

An NBXpress Devotion by Pastor Ralph J. Mineo…….

One of my favorite Bible passages is 1 Peter 5:8 which has the words, “Like a roaring lion your adversary, the devil, prowls around looking for someone to devour.”

One of the most powerful images of the spiritual life is that of a spiritual battle. As Christians, we’re called to make a stand for Jesus Christ, and our daily lives are the battleground. An old hymn says: “Onward Christian soldiers, marching as to war, with the cross of Jesus going on before! Christ, the royal master, leads against the foe, forward into battle, see his banner go!”

The last place I would apply these hymn-words are in actual physical warfare with other children of God. Those words are intended to point to our spiritual battle against the evil one, seeking to devour us.

The words that come both before and after that Bible verse about the roaring lion are super-important. Before the roaring lion statement are the words “Discipline yourselves, keep alert.” Spiritual strictness helps us get closer to God and to what God wants us to be.

The words that come after the roaring lion verse are: “resist him, steadfast in your faith.” So yes, it’s spiritual! It’s about faith, the free and undeserved gift of God that keeps us safe. Faith keeps us on the right track. Faith keeps us from being spiritually devoured.

Some Bible scholars hold that the term “Roaring Lion” is a title: a designation of an older, retired lion who doesn’t function in the capacity he once did. His energy is sapped. He’s been retired. He’s the “Lion Emeritus,” if you will. He really doesn’t have any real power left. The only thing he really has left is his roar, and it’s certainly weaker than in days past.

If this Bible text refers to such a “Roaring Lion,” then we’re being told: just walk away when you hear the roar. Don’t get caught in a trap that is only sound. You’re strong enough to resist the lion’s power. The lion’s teeth have lost their sharpness. The lion has been declawed. We believe that the “Roaring Lion” lost its power by the cross and resurrection of Christ Jesus.

With our Christian faith, we can resist even being afraid of “Roaring Lion,” who has been defeated by the Cross and Resurrection of Jesus Christ!

We need to resist! We need to discipline ourselves! “Roaring Lion” is still out there! As Peter wrote, the roaring lion is an adversary and is still looking for someone to devour. But God’s word is calling us: do not be that person who gets devoured by an old defeated lion.

Discipline yourselves. Keep alert. Resist. Be steadfast in your faith, “with the cross of Jesus going on before!”

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Oct. 16, 2018 (Entering Week 9)

Top eight schools from each region in the final report Oct. 28 will qualify for the playoffs……

Division I

Region 1 – 1. Mentor (7-1) 24.1339, 2. Canton McKinley (8-0) 23.7033, 3. Euclid (7-1) 21.4716, 4. Solon (7-1) 20.6, 5. Cle. St. Ignatius (5-2) 18.0081, 6. Austintown-Fitch (6-2) 17.7948, 7. Lakewood St. Edward (5-2) 16.9838, 8. Strongsville (5-3) 14.9, 9. Massillon Jackson (5-3) 12.825, 10. Cleveland Heights (6-2) 12.375, 11. Berea (5-3) 10.35, 12. Medina (3-5) 10.025

Region 2 – 1. Reynoldsburg (7-1) 22.2375, 2. Dublin Coffman (7-1) 21.1125, 3. Gahanna Lincoln (4-4) 15.5375, 4. Powell Olentangy Liberty (5-3) 14.8375, 5. Westerville Central (4-4) 12.5, 6. Tol. Whitmer (6-2) 12.2156, 7. Delaware Hayes (6-2) 11.9625, 8. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (5-3) 11.125, 9. Tol. Start (4-4) 10.75, 10. Upper Arlington (4-4) 10.4875, 11. Dublin Jerome (3-5) 9.0125, 12. Findlay (4-4) 8.315

Region 3 – 1. Hilliard Davidson (7-1) 26.4375, 2. Pickerington Central (7-1) 24.6944, 3. Clayton Northmont (7-1) 22.1097, 4. Springfield (7-1) 21.8625, 5. Hilliard Bradley (7-1) 20.75, 6. Kettering Fairmont (6-2) 19.524, 7. Miamisburg (6-2) 18.0473, 8. Huber Hts. Wayne (5-2) 17.3175, 9. Pickerington North (5-3) 14.5625, 10. Lancaster (5-3) 13.9625, 11. Hilliard Darby (6-2) 13.925, 12. Grove City Central Crossing (4-4) 7.025

Region 4 – 1. Cin. Colerain (8-0) 24.0638, 2. Fairfield (7-1) 17.7375, 3. Cin. Archbishop Moeller (6-2) 15.9871, 4. Mason (6-2) 15.6831, 5. Cin. Elder (4-4) 12.0425, 6. Milford (6-2) 11.925, 7. Lebanon (5-3) 11.35, 8. Liberty Twp. Lakota East (5-3) 10.8625, 9. Cin. Sycamore (5-3) 10.575, 10. Cin. Western Hills (5-3) 9.9697, 11. Cin. St. Xavier (4-4) 9.6046, 12. Cin. Oak Hills (3-5) 9.3712

Division II

Region 5 – 1. Akron Archbishop Hoban (8-0) 24.463, 2. Maple Hts. (8-0) 17.0875, 3. Garfield Hts. (8-0) 16.1125, 4. Macedonia Nordonia (7-1) 14.5375, 5. Warren G. Harding (6-2) 14.525, 6. Boardman (5-3) 11.825, 7. Painesville Riverside (6-2) 11.475, 8. Cle. Benedictine (3-5) 8.35, 9. Lyndhurst Brush (4-4) 8.2405, 10. Mayfield (4-4) 7.7, 11. Twinsburg (4-4) 6.6, 12. Akron Ellet (5-3) 6.4625

Region 6 – 1. Tol. Central Cath. (8-0) 22.8854, 2. Whitehouse Anthony Wayne (8-0) 21.0, 3. Avon Lake (8-0) 20.975, 4. Avon (7-1) 16.375, 5. Parma Hts. Valley Forge (6-2) 16.1427, 6. Holland Springfield (6-2) 13.9875, 7. Tol. St. John’s (6-2) 13.55, 8. Amherst Steele (5-3) 12.3875, 9. North Olmsted (4-4) 10.65, 10. Olmsted Falls (6-2) 10.45, 11. Tol. St. Francis de Sales (4-4) 9.5777, 12. Tol. Waite (4-4) 6.0786

Region 7 – 1. Massillon Washington (8-0) 25.608, 2. Wadsworth (8-0) 23.175, 3. Barberton (8-0) 22.1, 4. Dover (6-2) 18.875, 5. Dresden Tri-Valley (7-1) 17.55, 6. Whitehall-Yearling (7-1) 16.4875, 7. Canal Winchester (7-1) 16.4625, 8. Wooster (6-2) 16.4125, 9. Medina Highland (7-1) 16.3875, 10. North Canton Hoover (6-2) 16.05, 11. Cols. Walnut Ridge (7-1) 14.025, 12. New Albany (5-3) 13.5625

Region 8 – 1. Kings Mills Kings (7-1) 24.05, 2. Cin. Winton Woods (7-1) 22.3875, 3. Troy (7-1) 19.925, 4. Cin. Anderson (6-2) 17.0625, 5. Morrow Little Miami (7-1) 16.2875, 6. Chillicothe (7-1) 16.1, 7. Cin. LaSalle (4-3) 15.0787, 8. Trenton Edgewood (6-2) 14.85, 9. Dublin Scioto (6-2) 14.6625, 10. Harrison (5-3) 14.1625, 11. Cin. Turpin (5-3) 11.1, 12. Lewis Center Olentangy (3-5) 10.8125

Division III

Region 9 – 1. Chagrin Falls Kenston (8-0) 20.975, 2. Canfield (7-1) 20.125, 3. Akron East (7-1) 18.9875, 4. Medina Buckeye (7-1) 17.4375, 5. Norton (7-1) 15.1, 6. Alliance Marlington (7-1) 14.6656, 7. Aurora (5-3) 14.65, 8. Chardon (5-3) 14.425, 9. Ravenna (6-2) 14.3125, 10. Alliance (5-3) 13.4875, 11. Millersburg West Holmes (6-2) 12.8125, 12. Chardon Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin (7-1) 12.2055

Region 10 – 1. Clyde (6-2) 17.6, 2. Bay Village Bay (7-1) 17.1625, 3. Norwalk (7-1) 17.0878, 4. Tiffin Columbian (6-2) 15.0375, 5. Sandusky (5-3) 12.4375, 6. Lexington (4-4) 12.225, 7. Rocky River (5-3) 10.3, 8. Bowling Green (4-4) 10.15, 9. Defiance (4-4) 9.425, 10. Parma Padua Franciscan (5-3) 9.0625, 11. Tol. Scott (6-2) 8.4059, 12. Mansfield Senior (3-5) 7.8875

Region 11 – 1. Bellbrook (8-0) 19.7, 2. Cols. Eastmoor Acad. (7-1) 19.3554, 3. Cols. Bishop Hartley (6-2) 19.2, 4. Granville (7-1) 17.8333, 5. Thornville Sheridan (7-1) 17.0, 6. Hillsboro (7-1) 16.975, 7. Bellefontaine (6-2) 14.175, 8. The Plains Athens (7-1) 13.5019, 9. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (5-3) 13.2569, 10. Jackson (5-3) 12.725, 11. New Richmond (6-2) 11.85, 12. Cols. Marion-Franklin (6-2) 10.0701

Region 12 – 1. Kettering Archbishop Alter (7-1) 18.45, 2. Day. Chaminade Julienne (7-1) 17.425, 3. Wapakoneta (7-1) 17.3375, 4. Middletown Bishop Fenwick (6-2) 16.7375, 5. Vandalia Butler (5-3) 15.0125, 6. Trotwood-Madison (6-2) 14.8295, 7. Hamilton Badin (5-3) 12.3125, 8. Cin. Mount Healthy (5-3) 12.0979, 9. Piqua (5-3) 8.8202, 10. Hamilton Ross (3-5) 8.1375, 11. Day. Carroll (5-3) 7.325, 12. Tipp City Tippecanoe (4-4) 6.8

Division IV

Region 13 – 1. Perry (7-1) 20.775, 2. Steubenville (7-1) 19.4867, 3. Hubbard (8-0) 17.3875, 4. Youngstown East (6-2) 14.2125, 5. Poland Seminary (6-2) 13.2, 6. Cuyahoga Falls Cuyahoga Valley Christian Acad. (5-3) 10.825, 7. Wintersville Indian Creek (6-2) 10.5562, 8. East Liverpool (5-3) 10.025, 9. Struthers (5-3) 9.9072, 10. Canal Fulton Northwest (5-3) 9.1375, 11. Girard (7-1) 8.7125, 12. Peninsula Woodridge (4-4) 8.475

Region 14 – 1. St. Marys Memorial (8-0) 19.2, 2. Bellville Clear Fork (8-0) 18.8875, 3. Huron (6-2) 14.075, 4. Van Wert (6-2) 13.2125, 5. Napoleon (6-2) 12.9625, 6. Bryan (6-2) 12.0739, 7. Kenton (4-4) 11.95, 8. Pepper Pike Orange (6-2) 11.9375, 9. Lorain Clearview (7-1) 11.275, 10. Sparta Highland (7-1) 10.1375, 11. Port Clinton (5-3) 8.6566, 12. Shelby (4-4) 8.5726

Region 15 – 1. St. Clairsville (8-0) 19.9, 2. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (7-1) 14.9125, 3. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (7-1) 13.35, 4. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (6-2) 12.7279, 5. Chillicothe Unioto (5-3) 11.0808, 6. New Concord John Glenn (5-3) 10.15, 7. Newark Licking Valley (6-2) 9.029, 8. Duncan Falls Philo (5-3) 8.8375, 9. Proctorville Fairland (4-4) 8.4625, 10. New Lexington (5-3) 6.275, 11. Chillicothe Zane Trace (3-5) 5.3093, 12. Warsaw River View (4-4) 4.8125

Region 16 – 1. Cin. Wyoming (8-0) 19.8718, 2. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (7-1) 18.8375, 3. Cin. Indian Hill (7-1) 16.7781, 4. London (8-0) 15.825, 5. Cin. Taft (6-1) 15.4127, 6. Waverly (7-1) 15.4, 7. Batavia (6-2) 11.9, 8. Cin. Aiken (5-3) 10.3, 9. Springfield Shawnee (4-4) 9.2375, 10. Plain City Jonathan Alder (5-3) 8.9375, 11. Springfield Northwestern (5-3) 8.45, 12. Germantown Valley View (4-4) 7.8625

Division V

Region 17 – 1. Akron Manchester (6-2) 14.925, 2. Leavittsburg LaBrae (8-0) 14.6, 3. Orrville (6-2) 14.1375, 4. Gates Mills Gilmour Acad. (8-0) 13.1488, 5. Wickliffe (7-1) 12.8036, 6. Columbiana Crestview (5-2) 12.5397, 7. Magnolia Sandy Valley (7-1) 10.4375, 8. Garrettsville Garfield (5-3) 8.4125, 9. Massillon Tuslaw (4-4) 8.1375, 10. Beachwood (6-2) 7.7014, 11. Canfield South Range (4-4) 7.565, 12. Doylestown Chippewa (5-3) 7.4125

Region 18 – 1. Liberty Center (8-0) 16.9867, 2. Genoa Area (8-0) 15.8125, 3. Anna (6-2) 15.2125, 4. Marion Pleasant (7-1) 14.7875, 5. Oak Harbor (7-1) 13.1901, 6. Elyria Cath. (6-2) 12.95, 7. Richwood North Union (6-2) 11.7203, 8. Casstown Miami East (6-2) 10.2875, 9. Archbold (5-3) 10.2375, 10. Millbury Lake (5-3) 10.025, 11. Ottawa-Glandorf (4-4) 9.65, 12. Pemberville Eastwood (6-2) 9.5125

Region 19 – 1. Johnstown-Monroe (7-1) 14.803, 2. West Lafayette Ridgewood (7-1) 13.25, 3. Ironton (6-2) 12.0875, 4. Bellaire (6-2) 11.7828, 5. Byesville Meadowbrook (5-3) 10.325, 6. Amanda-Clearcreek (7-1) 9.9571, 7. Martins Ferry (5-3) 9.3902, 8. Oak Hill (6-2) 8.45, 9. Chesapeake (4-4) 7.0125, 10. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (4-4) 6.775, 11. Cols. Bishop Ready (3-5) 6.5375, 12. Richmond Edison (3-5) 4.5

Region 20 – 1. Wheelersburg (7-1) 21.05, 2. Middletown Madison (8-0) 14.6875, 3. Portsmouth West (6-2) 12.45, 4. Jamestown Greeneview (7-1) 11.65, 5. Cin. Madeira (5-3) 11.3875, 6. Minford (6-2) 10.9125, 7. West Jefferson (6-2) 10.7393, 8. Batavia Clermont Northeastern (5-3) 8.525, 9. Portsmouth (5-3) 8.4125, 10. Cin. Mariemont (5-3) 8.0505, 11. Cin. Hills Christian Acad. (5-2) 8.0, 12. Cin. Purcell Marian (4-4) 6.6375

Division VI

Region 21 – 1. Mogadore (7-1) 19.3686, 2. Kirtland (8-0) 15.6875, 3. Rootstown (8-0) 15.05, 4. Creston Norwayne (7-1) 14.75, 5. Sugarcreek Garaway (7-1) 13.4, 6. Salineville Southern (7-1) 13.025, 7. Columbia Station Columbia (5-3) 12.3625, 8. Steubenville Cath. Central (6-2) 12.0238, 9. New Middletown Springfield (7-1) 11.6375, 10. McDonald (8-0) 11.4875, 11. Hanoverton United (6-2) 9.3, 12. Berlin Center Western Reserve (7-1) 9.225

Region 22 – 1. Attica Seneca East (7-1) 12.8875, 2. Jeromesville Hillsdale (6-2) 10.9375, 3. Gibsonburg (7-1) 10.575, 4. Columbus Grove (5-3) 9.7375, 5. Sherwood Fairview (5-3) 9.6125, 6. Bucyrus Wynford (5-3) 8.9646, 7. Northwood (7-1) 8.9625, 8. Carey (5-3) 8.9375, 9. Hicksville (5-3) 8.4625, 10. Loudonville (4-4) 8.3875, 11. Haviland Wayne Trace (5-3) 7.675, 12. Findlay Liberty-Benton (4-4) 6.95

Region 23 – 1. Bainbridge Paint Valley (8-0) 15.675, 2. Galion Northmor (8-0) 14.225, 3. Shadyside (7-1) 13.9375, 4. Beverly Fort Frye (7-0) 13.1746, 5. Frankfort Adena (6-1) 12.7619, 6. Chillicothe Southeastern (6-2) 11.225, 7. Grandview Hts. (6-2) 9.475, 8. Milford Center Fairbanks (5-3) 8.825, 9. Worthington Christian (5-3) 7.6301, 10. Chillicothe Huntington (5-3) 7.1705, 11. Howard East Knox (7-1) 6.525, 12. Nelsonville-York (4-4) 6.4125

Region 24 – 1. Maria Stein Marion Local (8-0) 17.1125, 2. Mechanicsburg (7-1) 16.8625, 3. Coldwater (7-1) 16.525, 4. Lima Central Cath. (7-0) 15.8254, 5. St. Henry (6-2) 11.1375, 6. Spencerville (6-2) 10.9293, 7. Troy Christian (7-1) 10.2146, 8. Lewisburg Tri-County North (6-2) 10.175, 9. Cin. Deer Park (6-2) 9.4476, 10. West Liberty-Salem (6-2) 9.2626, 11. Covington (5-3) 9.15, 12. Cin. Country Day (6-0) 8.8333

Division VII

Region 25 – 1. Cuyahoga Hts. (6-2) 12.0875, 2. Windham (7-1) 10.9375, 3. Ashland Mapleton (5-3) 9.3625, 4. East Canton (5-3) 7.375, 5. Ashtabula St. John (6-2) 7.2628, 6. Youngstown Valley Christian (5-3) 6.9898, 7. Southington Chalker (6-2) 5.2875, 8. Leetonia (3-5) 4.9625, 9. Toronto (3-5) 4.6073, 10. New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Central Cath. (3-5) 4.4375, 11. Rittman (3-5) 4.4125, 12. Fairport Harbor Fairport Harding (3-5) 4.1

Region 26 – 1. Sycamore Mohawk (8-0) 16.7875, 2. Edgerton (8-0) 15.05, 3. McComb (7-1) 13.9125, 4. Pandora-Gilboa (8-0) 13.8125, 5. Tiffin Calvert (7-1) 13.425, 6. Norwalk St. Paul (7-1) 12.2375, 7. Hamler Patrick Henry (5-3) 11.25, 8. Greenwich South Central (6-2) 10.6125, 9. Leipsic (7-1) 9.6625, 10. Arlington (6-2) 8.6625, 11. Antwerp (5-3) 7.275, 12. Edon (5-3) 7.225

Region 27 – 1. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (7-0) 14.1111, 2. Lucas (6-2) 13.725, 3. Glouster Trimble (7-1) 11.8067, 4. Waterford (6-2) 8.6964, 5. Franklin Furnace Green (6-1) 8.0938, 6. Sugar Grove Berne Union (6-2) 7.5833, 7. Lancaster Fisher Cath. (5-2) 6.9967, 8. Caldwell (5-3) 5.8744, 9. Hannibal River (4-4) 5.8024, 10. Racine Southern (6-2) 5.596, 11. Danville (3-5) 3.6, 12. Reedsville Eastern (4-4) 3.2921

Region 28 – 1. Fort Loramie (7-1) 16.0875, 2. Convoy Crestview (7-1) 13.35, 3. Ansonia (6-2) 10.875, 4. Minster (5-3) 9.775, 5. DeGraff Riverside (5-3) 9.6875, 6. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (6-1) 8.9385, 7. New Bremen (5-3) 6.875, 8. Sidney Lehman Cath. (5-3) 6.3375, 9. Waynesfield Waynesfield-Goshen (4-4) 5.8827, 10. Mt. Blanchard Riverdale (4-4) 4.2, 11. Dola Hardin Northern (3-5) 3.9625, 12. Cin. Gamble Montessori (3-5) 3.7375