Steve Blackledge The Columbus Dispatch @BlackiePreps The Ohio High School Athletic Association board of directors on Thursday accepted the resignation of commissioner Dan Ross, effective Sept. 15.Ross, 68, has served as commissioner since Aug. 1, 2004, and has been involved in education as a teacher, coach, principal and administrator for 47 years.Ross has dealt with serious health issues since Nov. 3, 2015, when he suffered a massive heart attack in recovery for a routine procedure at Mount...
Steve Blackledge The Columbus Dispatch @BlackiePreps
Dan Ross made it clear Thursday that he is resigning, not quitting.After serving 14 years as executive director of the Ohio High School Athletic Association and 47 years in a variety of educational roles, Ross submitted his resignation Thursday during the January meeting of the board of directors. He plans to step down Sept. 15.
Steve Blackledge The Columbus Dispatch @BlackiePreps Pound for pound, point guard Tre’ Baumgardner might be the best basketball player in central Ohio, but success has never come easily for the 6-foot, 175-pound senior for Africentric.When Baumgardner enrolled as a sophomore after spending a season at ill-fated Cap City Prep, Nubians coach Michael Bates knew he was on to something special.“Tre’ started texting me all the time asking me if I could open up the gym before school to work out,”...
Two of central Ohio's most prominent football coaches have stepped down. Bob Jacoby has resigned after two seasons at St. Charles. Bill Franks has departed Newark Catholic for the head position at New Lexington.
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