OHSAA competitive balance plan approved

The fourth time was a charm for the Ohio High School Athletic Association in its quest for a competitive balance plan.
The OHSAA announced that their latest attempt to even the athletic playing field for the state’s 823 member schools passed during the organization’s spring referendum by a 411-326 margin.
The plan, which failed by narrow margins three straight years, will be implemented for the 2016-17 school year.
It was crafted to head off a possible vote on a split for athletics of Ohio’s public and private schools.
Courier sports editor Jamie Baker will have more on this story later tonight.



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