Ohio Health Order Signed Regarding Sports & Spectators

Director’s Second Amended Order that Provides Mandatory Requirements for Youth, Collegiate, Amateur, Club and Professional Sports

 

Health Order Signed

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced that the following order removing the one-game-per-calendar-day limit on sports competitions has been signed by Ohio Department of Health Interim Director Lance Himes:

Lady Tiger Golf Update

Results from two recent matches….

by Suzanne Bucher

Girls’ Varsity Golf vs Bluffton

9/16/20 @ Bluffton Golf Course

 1st – North Baltimore 226

2nd – Bluffton 239

 NB Scores: Lexi Long 45, Meghan Thompson 52, Sara Casey 64,

Olivia Matthes 65, Mackenna Ducat 65

(Top 4 individual scores count as final combined score)

 Co-Medalists: Lexi Long (NB) 45

Girls’ Varsity Golf vs Hopewell-Loudon

9/15/20 @ Birch Run Golf Course

 1st – Hopewell-Loudon 181

2nd – North Baltimore 242

 NB Scores: Lexi Long 57, Meghan Thompson 60, Olivia Matthes 62,

Sara Casey 63, Mackenna Ducat 70

(Top 4 individual scores count as final combined score)

 Co-Medalists: Kiley Cline & Marissa Kline (HL) 43

NB Cross Country Has Career Day at Lakota

Congrats to the Cross Country runners on a spectacular run!

It was another career day for North Baltimore’s Cross Cross Country runners at the Lakota Invite.  Gabe Gazarek was the boys top finisher with a time of 19:38, 38th place overall.  His time moved him up the North Baltimore leaderboard from 58th to 42nd all time. 

Alex Trout (22:20) and Hunter Baker (22:53) also recorded career records, finishing in 59th and 67th place.   Jordan Kimmel continued the Senior dominance for the boys as he finished with a season PR of 23:30. 

Sophomore, Jordan Coup rounded out the top five scoring positions with a career best of 23:44.  1st year runners Jesse Vanlerberg (24:27), AJ Tracey (26:08), and Casey Mowery (26:18) also had their best times of the year as well.
 
Caitlin Schwartz continued her great season with a medaling performance of 21:27, with a 5th place overall finish.  Alivia Delancy also took home some hardware with her 20th place finish, tieing her season best time with a 24:13.  The girls team continued impressive days with a career record time from Rhiannon Powell (27:49) and a season PR from Lucy Trout (30:08).
 
In the JH races, Lindsay Crouse medaled with a 13th place finish, a career best of 18:27.  Skyler Livingston was top finisher for the boys with a 17:11.

Volleyball: NB @LB

Tigers vs. Eagles

From Monday night in Findlay:

    
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Coach Erika Miklovic said, “They fought hard and didn’t give up!  I was proud of them!”

For NB: 
Leia Thomas: 5 attacks; 4 aces/points
Grace Stanfield: 6 digs
Grace Hagemyer: 9 attacks; 1 kill; 3 blocks
Mia McCartney: 6 attacks: 3 kills; 5 digs
Halie Inbody: 2 blocks; 5 attacks; 1 kill

JV: LB 13-25; 10-25

NBHS Volleyball

O the road again tonight…….

The Tigers traveled to Liberty Center on Saturday for a match.

9-25, 15-25, 25-20, 15-25 Liberty Center wins.

 
Leaders for NB:

Meredith Buchanan: 5 points, 9 assists
Halie Inbody: 7 Points, 1 ace, 21 attacks, 9 kills, 3 blocks, 6 assists
Lydia Feehan: 5 Points, 5 kills, 14 attacks
Grace Hagemyer: 10 attacks, 4 kills, 
Mia McCartney: 13 digs
Leia Thomas: 10 digs

The ladies travel to Liberty Benton tonight(Monday, 9/21)

OHSAA Announces New Football Regions and Playoff Information

Currently 664 schools(including NB) have opted in for the playoffs, which begin October 9-10…..

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced new regional alignments for the upcoming football playoffs after 664 schools opted in for the postseason. In a normal season, 224 schools qualify for the playoffs, with eight schools from each of 28 regions earning a bid through the OHSAA’s Harbin computer ratings system, which will not be used this season.

The new regions are posted at: https://www.ohsaa.org/Sports-Tournaments/Football/Football-2020

Originally, there were 709 schools that indicated they planned to contend for a playoff bid this season playing 11-man football, but the COVID-19 pandemic has caused some schools to start their seasons later or end early. Based on the recommendation from Governor Mike DeWine and the Ohio Department of Health, the OHSAA shortened the football season.

PLAYOFF SCHEDULE AND FORMAT

On September 29 and 30, the head coaches in each region will vote to seed the teams in their region. The OHSAA will then place teams on brackets on October 1. With various numbers of schools in each region, many of the higher seeds will have a first-round bye in most regions.

Once the brackets are set, the top team on the bracket of the specific game will have the first opportunity to host the game throughout the regional playoffs. If the top team on the bracket cannot host, the other team will host the game. The OHSAA will determine sites for the state semifinals and state championships.

If a team is unable to play a playoff game on the assigned day according to the bracket, its opponent will advance on the bracket.

Playoff games will be held on Friday and Saturday nights beginning October 9-10. Divisions, I, II, III and VII will play on Friday nights. Divisions IV, V and VI will play on Saturday nights.

As a reminder, schools eliminated from the OHSAA playoffs or that choose not to enter the OHSAA playoffs have the option to schedule additional regular season contests through Saturday, November 14 (maximum of 10 regular season contests permitted).

MEDIA COVERAGE

The OHSAA encourages media coverage of all games and working media members are not counted toward the capacity limits for spectators. For press box access during playoff games, host sites should follow the OHSAA priority seating instructions posted at: https://www.ohsaa.org/Portals/0/Sports/Football/FBMediaPressBoxMemo.pdf

BROADCASTS

Spectrum News 1 is the official television partner of the OHSAA and will select several playoff games each weekend to televise live. Only Spectrum can provide live television coverage of OHSAA football playoff games. All other television broadcasts can start at 10:00 p.m. the same day as the game, with rights fees determined by the OHSAA. Live video streaming will be permitted for games not selected by Spectrum News 1 at rates set by the OHSAA, which will be announced later in September.

 

 

 

The August 24 release also included important dates for the 2021 season, which will start a week early due to the expanded playoff field, as announced May 22: https://www.ohsaa.org/Sports/News/ohsaa-to-expand-football-playoffs-in-2021

 

OHSAA COVID-19 GUIDANCE CENTER

All sports in Ohio – at all levels – are under the direction of the latest Ohio Department of Health order signed August 19 by Governor DeWine. The order and additional guidance from the ODH and OHSAA are posted at: https://www.ohsaa.org/Home/OHSAA-COVID-19-Correspondence

 

Spectator capacity limits will be in place for the OHSAA football playoffs for each game. Details will be announced soon.

Volleyball- NB vs. Monclova

Tigers win Thursday night at the Jungle…..

On Thursday, the Lady Tigers hosted the ladies from Monclova Christian. Here are the details:

    
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For the Tigers:

Grace Stanfield: 10 digs
Mia McCartney: 16 points; 5 aces; 12 digs
Meredith Buchanan: 14 points; 3 aces; 6 assists
Laura Keegan: 9 points; 2 aces
Leia Thomas: 9 points; 4 aces; 2 kills
Grace Hagemyer: 10 attacks; 3 kills

JV Score: 25-12; 25-21 North Baltimore

Volleyball: NB@VB

Battle of the Orange and Black…..

The Tigers hit the road to Van Buren Wednesday night. Here’s what happened:

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For NB:

Kills: Leia Thomas-3; Halie Inbody-3; Hailey Lennard-3; Grace Hagemyer-4

Attacks: Thomas-4; Inbody-20; Hagemyer-9

Aces: Thomas-2

Assists: Inbody-4

Digs: Mia McCartney-20; Thomas -12

Blocks: Inbody-12; Hagemyer-12

JV Score: 25-23; 25-20 Van Buren

Photos from Football

Last Friday vs. Riverdale…

Enjoy these football game photos by Scott Ferguson( Fotos by Ferg):

Charles Grilliot stops the ball carrier behind the line of scrimmage

 

Isaiah Boyd launches a pass….

 

Into a crowd where Zach Weinandy hauls it in for the score

 

Kevin Ramirez with the onside kick

 

Logan Keller prepares to snap the ball