April 7, 2022

OHSAA Member Schools to Vote on NIL Options for Student-Athletes

It took less than a year for the Name, Image, and Likeness rules of the NCAA to be argued for adoption at the high school level. While collegiate student-athletes have been able to earn money around the country through things like sponsorships and...

June 29, 2021

Ohio College Athletes to Have Control Over Endorsements

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signed an executive order on Monday that will allow Ohio athletes to profit from endorsements over their names, images, and likeness, according to a report from Spectrum News 1. The executive order focuses solely on colle...

May 14, 2021

Ohio Bill Could Expand ATC’s Role in Injury Treatment

An Ohio bill, designed to expand an athletic trainer's ability to render care, received overwhelming support last week. According to a report from WCPO.com, House Bill 176 would allow certified athletic trainers the option to enter into a collabor...

November 18, 2020

Ohio Governor: High Schools Will Proceed ‘So Far’

During a coronavirus briefing earlier this week, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine said he remains open to allowing high school sports to continue for the winter season. Additionally, he added that no action is being taken 'so far' to postpone basketball,...

January 19, 2018

Ohio coaches suing parents for libel, slander

A group of high school basketball coaches in northern Ohio are suing four parents who they say are spreading lies about the way they run the program. The four members of the Maumee Valley Country Day School boys basketball varsity coaching staff ...

May 16, 2017

Ohio considers extending high school baseball, softball seasons

Ohio's athletic association next month could vote on whether to extend the high school baseball and softball seasons by two weeks. [caption id="attachment_15407" align="alignright" width="268"] Photo: Kevin Hoffman[/caption] According to WCPO.c...

April 10, 2017

Ohio school district fined $10K for trying to lose football game

The Dayton School District (Ohio) was fined $10,000 last week after a five-month investigation concluded that one of its high school football teams tried to intentionally lose a game. The Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) said Dunbar ...

June 30, 2016

Ohio prep football players suing former coach, athletic director

Five Ohio high school football players are suing their former coaches and athletic director, claiming they were subjected to constant harassment and bullying. [caption id="attachment_16144" align="alignleft" width="200"] St. Marys football[/captio...