New this year, the state semifinals Thursday and Friday will be doubleheader sessions, with two games for one ticket per division…..
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The 97th Annual Ohio High School Athletic Association boys basketball state tournament tips off at noon Thursday at the Jerome Schottenstein Center in Columbus. Nearly 800 schools began the 2018-19 season in November and now 16 have advanced to the state tournament. The state tournament pairings and schedule is listed below.
New this year, the state semifinals Thursday and Friday will be doubleheader sessions, with two games for one ticket per division. The sessions begin at noon and 6:00 Thursday and Friday. The divisional rotation this year is III, II, IV and I.
All games are at the Jerome Schottenstein Center, The Ohio State University
Rankings are from the Final Associated Press Poll released on Monday, February 18, 2019
Home Team Listed First.
No. 5 Cincinnati Purcell Marian (24-4) vs. No. 2 Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (26-2), Thursday, noon
Cleveland Heights Lutheran East (19-8) vs. Oregon Cardinal Stritch (24-3), Thursday, 2 p.m.
Division III State Championship: Saturday, 10:45 a.m.
Thornville Sheridan (21-5) vs. No. 2 Columbus South (27-1), Thursday, 6 p.m.
Courtney Prenger, Minster, 6-2, sr., 11.1; Kaylin Nixon, Bellaire St. John Central, 5-10, sr., 20.9; Nika Humeniuk, Willoughby Andrews Osborne Academy, 6-0, sr., 16.0; Michaela Cloonan, Willoughby Cornerstone Christian, 5-9, sr., 9.0; Alivia Koenig, Bluffton, 5-5, sr., 12.8; Jacey Justice, Peebles, 5-8, soph., 24.4; Hope Custer, Lancaster Fairfield Christian, 5-7, jr., 15.3; Courtney Pifher, New Washington Buckeye Central, 6-0, sr., 14.0; Danielle Vuletich, Berlin Center Western Reserve, 6-3, soph., 20.5; Jessie Grover, Lucas, 5-8, jr., 18.6.
THIRD TEAM Claudia Pifher, New Washington Buckeye Central, 5-9, fr., 15.0; Bella Kline, Sugar Grove Berne Union, 5-11, soph., 16.0; Madison Cloonan, Willoughby Cornerstone Christian,5-9, jr., 12.7; Ava Hassel, Portsmouth Notre Dame, 5-5, soph., 11.2; Morgan Leppelmeier, Pettisville, 5-8, sr., 19.2; Corina Conley Arcanum Franklin Monroe, 6-0, jr., 18.0; Caitlyn Condoleon, Warren John F. Kennedy, 5-8, jr., 23.1; Danielle Smith, Norwalk St. Paul, 5-7, soph., 14.7; Kloe Yutzy, Plain City Shekinah Christian, 5-4, sr., 15.3; Baylee Wach, Shadyside, 5-8, soph., 16.0.
SPECIAL MENTION Mallory Garbe, Columbus Tree of Life; Riley Stopp, Cornerstone Christian; Emily Cevera, Ashtabula St. John; Madyson Rosado, North Ridgeville Lake Ridge Academy; Emily McClain, Elyria Open Door Christian Annette Weston, Tuscarawas Central Catholic; Morgan Borich, Beverly Fort Frye; Claire Creeks, Zanesville Rosecrans; Julia Zatta, Steubenville Central Catholic; Ashlie Louden, Beallsville; Emma Cannon, Dalton; Kennedy Haubert, Lake Center Christian; Izzy Perez, Lisbon David Anderson; Kristen Gill, Young. Valley Christian; Rachael Adams, Waterford; Cara Taylor, Waterford; Kyna Waderker, Belpre; Sabrina Delbello, Cincinnati Country Day; Maddie Downing, New Madison Tri Village; Meghan Downing New Madison Tri Village; Emma Hess, Xenia Legacy Christian; Marissa Meiring, Fort Loramie; Claire Sinn, Wayne Trace; Kennedy Pratt, Arcadia; Rylee Sybert, Columbus Grove; Madilyn Hohenberger, Holgate; Brooklyn Gillig, New Riegel; Emma Grime, Stryker;Alivia Light, North Baltimore; Jenna Pepple, Arlington; Olivia Grove, Bucyrus Wynford; Betty Vorst, Delphos St. John’s
HONORABLE MENTION Brooke Wilson, Cuyahoga Heights; Emily Werley, Elyia Open Door Christian; Sydney Carpenter, Ashtabula St. John; Tamia Farris, Richmond Heights; Kailey Tyna, Willoughby Cornerstone Christian Academy; Tai Roberts, Willoughby Andrews Osborne Academy; Kenzie Grubbs, Newbury; Molly Howard, McDonald; Erica Gasser, Rittman; Bella Zirzow, Bristolville Bristol; Alyssa Serensky, Berlin Center Western Reserve; Marissa Ventura, Cortland Maplewood; Kiersten Tricker, Kinsman Badger; Carlie Pratt, Vienna Mathews; Sophia Constantino, McDonald;
Come out and support the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team. It’s sure to be a fun and action packed day!
NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team Announces Fundraising Event The NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team is hosting the 5th Annual Fire & Ice Charity Game “Busted” taking place in Sylvania on March 23, 2019, 4:00 – 6:30 pm.
First up will be Toledo Fire Hockey vs. Toledo Police Hockey. The winner takes on the Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team!
Saturday, March 23th, 2019, 4:00 – 6:30 PM (Doors open at 3:30)
ABOUT SLED HOCKEY: Sled Hockey is fully competitive ice hockey for people with physical disabilities to be a part of a competitive team. It is a Paralympic sport where ice hockey is played sitting in sleds using two sticks to propel across the ice.
ABOUT THE ARCTIC WOLVES SLED HOCKEY TEAM: The team is a 501c3 organization under Ohio Sled Hockey. Now in our 5th season, the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team consists of young people ranging in age from 3-46 who have varying physical disabilities that prevent them from playing stand up hockey and is a life changing experience for the players. For more about the Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team, find them on the web at nwosledhockey.com and on Facebook at “NWO Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team”.
ABOUT THE TOLEDO FIRE HOCKEY TEAM AND TOLEDO POLICE HOCKEY TEAM: The Toledo Fire Hockey Team and Toledo Police Hockey Team are able-bodied players that annually compete in the Battle of the Badges. This year they will take their competition to a new level in sleds! The winner will face the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves. Their continued support for the Toledo community is much appreciated.
MORE DETAILS ABOUT THE EVENT:
● $5 Admission, Children under 5 are free
● 50/50 Raffle
● Silent Auction
● Raffle Baskets
● Spirit Wear
● Chuck-a-Puck to win $100
● $5 Pizza Buffet
● Try Sled Hockey – Put yourself in a sled for $1 and get on the ice
● All proceeds will go to the Arctic Wolves to help pay for ice time, travel and tournament expenses, and purchase equipment.
Sponsors– Morrison-Moorhead VFW Post #9231; Keystone Brand Meats; Dan Wilker,DDS; American Legion Post 265-Wauseon; Lima Building Trades Council; Reliance; Ottawa Eagles FOE #2234; Omni Source; Painters and Allied Trades District Council No. 6; Valfilm LLC; J and R Contracting Co. Inc., Prohealth Partners, Inc; Kahle and Associates,CPA; Wetenhall Concrete; Chowder ‘N Moor; Kahle Technologies, Inc.; Kastner Dental Care; and Marcos Pizza
Come out and support the Northwest Ohio Arctic Wolves Sled Hockey Team.
Spectrum News 1 to televise championship games, OHSAA Radio Network to broadcast all 12 games, streaming available for all 12 games
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The OHSAA girls basketball state tournament tips off Thursday afternoon at the Schottenstein Center in Columbus. Tickets are still available, but for those who cannot attend, there are several ways to follow the action of all 12 games.
The state championship games Saturday will be televised live by Spectrum News 1 (Channel 1).
All 12 games will have live streaming video, which is free for Spectrum subscribers and $9.99 per game for non-Spectrum subscribers. CLICK HERE TO WATCH
In addition, the OHSAA Radio Network will broadcast all 12 games. Twenty-eight affiliates are set to air network broadcasts and every game is available at:http://www.ohsaa.org/news/radio
Rachel Crouse – Rachel is the daughter of Barb and Ray Crouse. Rachel is a pep band member and serves as a squad leader. Rachel also participates in track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Tri-M, and National Honor Society Marching and Jazz Band. Rachels’ favorite memory of pep band will be trying to figure out how to dress for all the theme nights. She would like to thank her parents for “Always putting up with my busy schedule”. After graduation Rachel plans to attend BGSU to study Phycology or Education.
Lanie McCartney – Lanie is the daughter of Kim and Mike Kerwin and Kevin and Bri McCartney. Lanie is a member of the Tiger Pep Band. Lanie also participates in Track serves as Tri-M vice president, is a member of National Honor Society, Student Council, Drama Club, paws for a cause, Klassy Kids 4H group, is a marching band majorette and twirls with Kathys classics baton group and is active in her church. Lanie’s favorite memory is having the pep band as Golden Megaphone Finalists. She would like to give a special thank you to her friends and family “for always encouraging me to work hard for what I want and to never give up on my goals.” After graduation Lanie plans on attending the University of Northwestern Ohio and study Travel and Hotel Management.
Brittney Biller – Brittney is the daughter of Renee Blakely and David Biller and granddaughter of Jackie and Bob Biller. Brittney is a varsity cheerleader. Brittney also participates in softball and is a member of paws for a cause, national honor society, and art club. Brittney’s favorite memory is when she forgot to do a toe touch in front of the crowd during a basketball game. Her favorite memory was during a basketball game when she was watching the opposing cheerleader doing back handsprings and being goofy so she decided to go out onto the court and do a summersault. Brittney would like to thank Her friends: Hannah Lord, her family, boyfriend and teachers “for being there for me during the hard times”. After graduation Brittney plans to attend Owens Community College for business and marketing.
Isabella Buchanan – Isabella is the daughter of Saundra Buchanan and Chip Freshcorn. Isabella is a 3rd year member of the cheerleading squad. Isabella attends Penta Vocational school for Culinary Arts. Isabella also participates in Volleyball and softball. Isabella would like to thank her mom and dad for “Making my life a better place and believing in me”. After graduation Isabella plans to attend the Bradford Culinary School in Columbus.
Jordan Bucher – Jordan is the daughter of Suzanne and Bill Bucher. Jordan is a 2nd year varsity cheerleader and cheer co-captain, a 4th year varsity golf letterman and a 3 year district golf team qualifier. Jordan also participates in Track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Student Council, National Honor Society and International club. Jordan’s favorite memory is when she thought a toe touch was a kick. Jordan would like to thank Coach Kim and Morgan for making her a better cheerleader. After graduation Jordan would plans to pursue a career in nursing eventually obtaining a degree as a Nurse Anesthetics or Nurse practitioner.
Alex Snyder – Alex is the son of Lori and John Snyder. Alex is a 2nd year basketball member. Alex also participates in Football and Baseball. Alex favorite basketball memories are the locker room sessions before the game. Alex would like to thank his family, and friends “for pushing me to be my best and for always being there”. Alex is undecided as to his plans after graduation.
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Girls Basketball Regional Pairings; Wrestling, Hockey and Bowling….
State wrestling tournament begins Thursday at the Schottenstein Center, hockey begins Friday at Nationwide Arena and Div. I bowling begins Friday at Wayne Webb’s
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Sunday the state tournament qualifiers for wrestling, hockey and Division I bowling, along the regional tournament pairings in girls basketball.
The wrestling state tournament begins Thursday afternoon at the Jerome Schottenstein Center, while the ice hockey state tournament begins Friday morning at Nationwide Arena. The Division I bowling state tournament is Friday (girls) and Saturday (boys) at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.
State Tournament Media Credentials
Wrestling and Basketball State Tournament Tickets and March 16 Champs Clinic
Ticket information for the OHSAA’s three state tournaments at the Schottenstein Center is posted at https://www.ohsaa.org/TheSchott – which includes all-session and single-session tickets, special group ticket offers and information about suites.
82nd Annual OHSAA State Individual Wrestling Tournament
March 7: Session 1 — 3:00-Division III Preliminaries; 4:20-Division II Preliminaries; 5:50-Division I Preliminaries; 7:20-Division III Consolation Round 1; 8:00-Division II Consolation Rounds 1; 8:45-Division I Consolation Round 1;
March 8: Session 2 — 10:00-Division III Quarterfinals; 10:40-Division II Quarterfinals; 11:25-Division I Quarterfinals; 12:15-Division III Consolation Round 2; 1:00-Division II Consolation Round 2; 1:45-Division I Consolation Round 2; Session 3 — 6:30-All Divisions Championship Semifinals; 8:50-All Divisions Consolation Quarterfinals;
March 9: Session 4 — 10:00-All Divisions Consolation Semifinals; 11:00-All Divisions Third-, Fifth- and Seventh-Place Matches; Session 5 — 5:15-Hall of Fame Ceremonies and Parade of Champions; 5:45-All Divisions First-Place Matches.
Ice Hockey State Tournament Pairings
Home Team Listed First. All Games at Nationwide Arena. Pairings shown with state rank.
No. 3 Dublin Jerome vs. No. 8 Hunting Valley University School, Friday, 10 a.m.
No. 1-tie Cleveland St. Ignatius vs. No. 10 Sylvania Northview, Friday, 1 p.m.