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New feeder school option OK’d for non-public schools

Tim Stried
OHSAA Director of Communications

COLUMBUS — Based on action taken by the Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors during a special conference call meeting in December, OHSAA non-public schools will now have another option available to select their “designated” feeder schools for competitive balance rostering purposes.
The new option — specific to the Tier 1 factor in Competitive Balance — will permit non-public schools to utilize all elementary schools of the same system of education that are physically located within a 12.5-mile radius of the high school as designated feeder schools.
Creation of this second option for the selection of designated feeder schools also resulted in resolution of an ongoing dispute between the OHSAA and the Greater Catholic League (GCL) Co-Ed Division in southwest Ohio.
A complete release posted at: https://bit.ly/2PRzkkX