Circleville Wins D-2 Boys Golf Championship

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The Circleville Tigers edged Unioto by one stroke to win the Southeast District Division 2 Sectional Golf Championship, Tuesday at Chillicothe Jaycees Golf Course.

Both teams are among five that will advance to the district tournament. Washington CH advances with a 356, Fairfield Union 366 and Alexander with a score of 377.

The Tigers Jack Holcomb was match medalist with a 75.

Golfers advancing to district as individuals will be: Landon McGee of Meigs (86), Jon Grondolski Jr of Zane Trace (86), Dilon Riffle of Logan Elm (87), Wes Potts of McClain (87) and Dominick Bush of Westfall (89).

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Portsmouth West Girls Claim SOC Golf Title

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Portsmouth West took the team title in the Southern Ohio Conference Girls Golf Tournament on Tuesday.

The Lady Senators shot 224, followed by South Webster 229, Waverly 242, Eastern Pike 255, Minford 275, Northwest 276, Valley and Western did not enough scores for team total.

All SOC
Lexi Deaver 45 Player of the Year– Portsmouth West
Ava Messer 47- South Webster
Leah Abbot 51- Valley
Charlie Jo Howard 54- Portsmouth West
Ryane Bond 55- Waverly
Lacy Bevens 55- Eastern Pike

OHSAA Football Computer Ratings After Week 6

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This week, we feature only regions with schools in our Litter Media coverage area.

Division I

Region 3 – 1. Upper Arlington (6-0-0) 14.6641, 2. Gahanna Lincoln (3-1-0) 13.6875, 3. New Albany (6-0-0) 11.7925, 4. Pickerington Central (5-1-0) 11.7619, 5. Hilliard Darby (4-2-0) 10.7604, 6. Pickerington North (5-1-0) 10.6458, 7. Hilliard Davidson (5-1-0) 8.3622, 8. Westerville North (3-3-0) 7.0919, 9. Lancaster (2-4-0) 5.1641, 10. Hilliard Bradley (2-4-0) 5.0425, 11. Groveport-Madison (2-4-0) 4.6875, 12. Grove City Central Crossing (3-3-0) 4.1412, 13. Galloway Westland (2-3-0) 3.9535, 14. Thomas Worthington (2-3-0) 3.9045, 15. Westerville Central (1-4-0) 3.2444, 16. Reynoldsburg (1-4-0) 2.6889, 17. Grove City (0-5-0) 0, 17. Newark (0-6-0) 0, 17. Lewis Center Olentangy Orange (0-6-0) 0

Division II

Region 8 – 1. Kings Mills Kings (6-0-0) 14.3636, 2. Cin. LaSalle (4-1-0) 14.1011, 3. Piqua (5-0-0) 12.1176, 4. Ashville Teays Valley (6-0-0) 12, 5. Cin. Turpin (5-1-0) 10.1, 6. Cin. Anderson (4-2-0) 8.7449, 7. Cin. Withrow (5-1-0) 8.0833, 8. Cin. Winton Woods (4-2-0) 7.9811, 9. Trenton Edgewood (3-2-0) 7.8556, 10. Troy (3-2-0) 6.8353, 11. Lima Senior (3-2-0) 6.3273, 12. Xenia (3-2-0) 4.9636, 13. Riverside Stebbins (3-2-0) 4.6636, 14. Morrow Little Miami (3-3-0) 4.1288, 15. New Carlisle Tecumseh (3-3-0) 4.0952, 16. Sidney (2-4-0) 4.0498, 17. Harrison (2-3-0) 3.6218, 18. Day. Belmont (1-3-0) 3.3929, 19. Cols. Briggs (1-3-0) 2.2595, 20. Loveland (1-5-0) 1.7333

Division III

Region 11 – 1. Granville (5-0-0) 13.4759, 2. Mount Orab Western Brown (5-1-0) 12.1718, 3. Bellefontaine (5-1-0) 10.7, 4. Jackson (4-2-0) 9.7626, 5. Dresden Tri-Valley (5-1-0) 9.5515, 6. Cols. Bishop Hartley (4-2-0) 9.4167, 7. Thornville Sheridan (5-1-0) 8.386, 8. London (4-2-0) 7.7534, 9. Cols. Bishop Watterson (4-2-0) 7.716, 10. Washington C.H. Miami Trace (4-2-0) 7.2058, 11. Cols. Hamilton Township (3-1-0) 7.0769, 12. Cols. Eastmoor Acad. (3-2-0) 6.6759, 13. Zanesville (3-2-0) 6.5955, 14. Cols. South (4-2-0) 6.2544, 15. Delaware Buckeye Valley (3-3-0) 5.846, 16. Cols. Beechcroft (3-3-0) 4.7723, 17. Plain City Jonathan Alder (2-4-0) 3.8333, 18. Cols. St. Francis DeSales (2-4-0) 3.7348, 19. Marietta (3-3-0) 3.4583, 20. Chillicothe (2-3-0) 3.0322

Division IV

Region 15 – 1. Carroll Bloom-Carroll (6-0-0) 12.7955, 2. Gnadenhutten Indian Valley (4-0-0) 12.5625, 3. St. Clairsville (5-1-0) 9.6974, 4. Carrollton (5-1-0) 9.5859, 5. New Concord John Glenn (3-2-0) 9.1111, 6. Duncan Falls Philo (5-1-0) 8.6818, 7. Cols. Linden McKinley (5-1-0) 7.5521, 8. Byesville Meadowbrook (4-2-0) 7.4014, 9. Belmont Union Local (4-1-0) 6.9047, 10. Cambridge (4-2-0) 6.4643, 11. Sparta Highland (4-2-0) 6.4369, 12. McArthur Vinton County (4-1-0) 6.1596, 13. Heath (4-2-0) 6.0051, 14. Newark Licking Valley (2-3-0) 5.6079, 15. Circleville Logan Elm (3-3-0) 5.4261, 16. Gallipolis Gallia Acad. (2-1-0) 5.2451, 17. Zanesville Maysville (3-3-0) 4.9218, 18. Cols. East (3-2-0) 3.9977, 19. Cols. Marion-Franklin (2-4-0) 3.8557, 20. Lancaster Fairfield Union (2-4-0) 3.0952

Region 16 – 1. Eaton (6-0-0) 12.9444, 2. Cin. Wyoming (6-0-0) 11.9762, 3. Waverly (5-0-0) 11.8225, 4. Cin. Archbishop McNicholas (6-0-0) 11.2058, 5. Bethel-Tate (4-1-0) 9.0545, 6. Clarksville Clinton-Massie (4-1-0) 8.2079, 7. Washington C.H. Washington (3-2-0) 7.6315, 8. West Milton Milton-Union (5-1-0) 7.4833, 9. St. Paris Graham Local (3-2-0) 7.3573, 10. Greenfield McClain (4-1-0) 6.7885, 11. Day. Northridge (4-2-0) 6.1333, 12. Germantown Valley View (3-3-0) 5.3636, 13. Cin. Indian Hill (2-4-0) 5.2702, 14. Day. Oakwood (2-4-0) 5.2167, 15. Waynesville (4-2-0) 5.0884, 16. Cleves Taylor (3-3-0) 4.9728, 17. Hillsboro (3-3-0) 4.8409, 18. Springfield Kenton Ridge (3-3-0) 4.0333, 19. Cin. Shroder (2-2-0) 3.8417, 20. Urbana (1-5-0) 2.4495

Division V

Region 19 – 1. Piketon (6-0-0) 12.8005, 2. West Lafayette Ridgewood (6-0-0) 10.293, 3. Ironton (5-1-0) 9.5104, 4. Portsmouth (5-1-0) 9.4063, 5. Canal Winchester Harvest Prep. (3-1-0) 8.9415, 6. Gahanna Cols. Acad. (3-3-0) 7.2818, 7. Amanda-Clearcreek (4-2-0) 6.7833, 8. Wheelersburg (3-3-0) 6.6753, 9. Chillicothe Zane Trace (4-2-0) 6.299, 10. Portsmouth West (3-3-0) 5.8588, 11. Minford (3-2-0) 5.6545, 12. Zanesville West Muskingum (4-2-0) 4.5426, 13. New Lexington (2-4-0) 4.0136, 14. Wellston (3-3-0) 3.951, 15. Cols. Bishop Ready (2-4-0) 3.619, 16. Coshocton (2-3-0) 3.5045, 17. McDermott Northwest (2-4-0) 3.1888, 18. Pomeroy Meigs (2-3-0) 2.9941, 19. Baltimore Liberty Union (2-4-0) 2.85, 20. McConnelsville Morgan (1-3-0) 2.1994

Region 20 – 1. Cin. Mariemont (5-1-0) 9.7167, 2. Cin. Taft (3-2-0) 9.4921, 3. Brookville (5-1-0) 8.9833, 4. Reading (5-1-0) 8.2772, 5. Versailles (5-1-0) 7.7167, 6. Camden Preble Shawnee (6-0-0) 7.3667, 7. St. Bernard Roger Bacon (4-2-0) 7.207, 8. Springfield Shawnee (4-2-0) 7.0333, 9. Cin. Summit Country Day (2-2-0) 6.2389, 10. Cin. Madeira (4-2-0) 6.2146, 11. Cin. Purcell Marian (4-2-0) 5.9896, 12. Williamsburg (4-2-0) 5.375, 13. Carlisle (3-3-0) 4.8333, 14. Day. Meadowdale (4-1-0) 4.1642, 15. Sabina East Clinton (3-3-0) 3.5782, 16. Springfield Greenon (3-2-0) 3.2778, 17. Blanchester (2-3-0) 2.8989, 18. Batavia Clermont Northeastern (2-3-0) 2.8644, 19. Cin. Finneytown (2-4-0) 1.7775, 20. London Madison Plains (1-5-0) 1.154

Division VI

Region 23 – 1. Beverly Fort Frye (5-0-0) 11.4989, 2. West Jefferson (6-0-0) 10.75, 3. Proctorville Fairland (4-1-0) 9.2682, 4. Galion Northmor (6-0-0) 9.1582, 5. Cols. Africentric (4-1-0) 9.093, 6. Barnesville (4-1-0) 6.9068, 7. KIPP Columbus (4-2-0) 5.5459, 8. Willow Wood Symmes Valley (5-0-0) 5.3634, 9. Worthington Christian (4-1-0) 5.3157, 10. Lucasville Valley (4-2-0) 5.2576, 11. Johnstown Northridge (3-3-0) 4.2708, 12. Centerburg (3-2-0) 4.1614, 13. Fredericktown (3-3-0) 4.0833, 14. Nelsonville-York (3-3-0) 3.9688, 15. Lore City Buckeye Trail (3-3-0) 3.8229, 16. Grandview Hts. (2-3-0) 3.6636, 17. Sarahsville Shenandoah (2-3-0) 3.6059, 18. Coal Grove Dawson-Bryant (3-2-0) 3.0233, 19. Ironton Rock Hill (2-2-0) 2.8269, 20. Mount Gilead (2-4-0) 2.6641

Region 24 – 1. Coldwater (6-0-0) 8.6667, 2. Mechanicsburg (6-0-0) 8.3586, 3. Arcanum (6-0-0) 7.7619, 4. Harrod Allen East (4-2-0) 7.7374, 5. Cin. Gamble Montessori (4-1-0) 6.0907, 6. Anna (3-3-0) 5.1333, 7. Milford Center Fairbanks (4-2-0) 4.7908, 8. Springfield Northeastern (4-2-0) 4.1995, 9. Bainbridge Paint Valley (3-3-0) 4.0223, 10. Cin. Country Day (4-2-0) 3.2348, 11. Delphos Jefferson (3-3-0) 3.2146, 12. Fort Recovery (2-4-0) 2.4, 13. New Paris National Trail (2-4-0) 1.95, 14. North Lewisburg Triad (2-4-0) 1.8737, 15. Chillicothe Huntington (1-4-0) 1.7427, 16. Jamestown Greeneview (2-4-0) 1.6869, 17. Cin. Deer Park (1-5-0) 1.5473, 18. Casstown Miami East (2-4-0) 1.4167, 19. New Lebanon Dixie (2-4-0) 1.1667, 20. Covington (1-5-0) 1.1

Division VII

Region 27 – 1. Newark Cath. (6-0-0) 10.0556, 2. Shadyside (6-0-0) 9.5789, 3. Sugar Grove Berne Union (6-0-0) 9, 4. Howard East Knox (5-1-0) 7.3639, 5. Glouster Trimble (3-2-0) 6.0824, 6. New Matamoras Frontier (4-1-0) 5.9707, 7. Waterford (3-2-0) 4.7024, 8. Caldwell (4-2-0) 4.6014, 9. Hannibal River (2-4-0) 3.7449, 10. Racine Southern (3-2-0) 3.2259, 11. Lancaster Fisher Cath. (3-3-0) 2.8553, 12. Corning Miller (2-2-0) 2.6711, 13. Danville (2-4-0) 2.5833, 14. Morral Ridgedale (3-2-0) 2.5023, 15. Woodsfield Monroe Central (2-3-0) 2.4412, 16. Bowerston Conotton Valley (2-3-0) 1.8889, 17. New Philadelphia Tuscarawas Central Cath. (1-5-0) 1.6439, 18. Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (2-4-0) 1.539, 19. Lancaster Fairfield Christian Acad. (2-4-0) 1.5275, 20. Cardington-Lincoln (1-4-0) 1.1933

Region 28 – 1. Maria Stein Marion Local (6-0-0) 12.2146, 2. Portsmouth Notre Dame (5-1-0) 7.6111, 3. DeGraff Riverside (4-2-0) 6.7333, 4. New Madison Tri-Village (5-1-0) 6.6667, 5. New Bremen (4-2-0) 5.7121, 6. Springfield Cath. Central (5-1-0) 5.6014, 7. Portsmouth Sciotoville (4-0-0) 5.1583, 8. Cin. College Preparatory (4-2-0) 5.0526, 9. Fayetteville-Perry (4-2-0) 4.8393, 10. St. Henry (4-2-0) 4.4524, 11. Lewisburg Tri-County North (3-3-0) 3.3667, 12. Ansonia (3-3-0) 2.8833, 13. Lockland (2-3-0) 2.6791, 14. Troy Christian (3-3-0) 2.3759, 15. Beaver Eastern (1-4-0) 1.877, 16. Fort Loramie (2-4-0) 1.7879, 17. Cin. Miami Valley Christian Acad. (2-4-0) 1.6346, 18. S. Charleston Southeastern Local (1-4-0) 1.0977, 19. Franklin Furnace Green (1-3-0) 0.875, 20. Hamilton New Miami (1-4-0) 0.7, 20. Mt. Victory Ridgemont (1-4-0) 0.7

Historic Home Tour Planned For

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Terressa Reep joined Dan Ramey on a Litter Media Live Special Edition, where she talked about the Historic Tour of Homes in Chillicothe and upcoming events with the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

The Tour of Homes will be December 11th between 4-8pm and December 12th from 1-4pm. Twelve homes will be on the tour with the oldest home built in 1820 and the newest in the 1920’s. They wiull all be decorated for Christmas. 

This effort is a fundraiser for the Light Up The Park effort, with this year’s funding going to decorate the Armory. 

Tickets are $20 in advance and can be purchased from the participating homeowners, Chillicothe Restoration Society or from EventBright or chillicothe. $25 at the door on day of the tour at 122 South Paint Street. Homes are on West Second Street, Caldwell, Paint and West and East Fifth Streets.

Their Facebook Page is Chillicothehistorichomestour

You can see Dan Ramey’s Litter Media Live Special Edition interview with Terressa Reep by clicking the following link. CLICK HERE:

Adena Health Offering Flu Shots

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(Chillicothe)  Avoiding the flu this season takes one simple step, getting an influenza vaccine. Adena Health System offers many flu shot clinics, making it easy for you and your family to get vaccinated.

Adena is offering flu shots by appointment at any of its Family Medicine, Primary Care and Pediatric locations. Flu vaccinations are also available at all Adena Urgent Care locations in Chillicothe, Circleville, Hillsboro, Jackson and Waverly. 

Adena is also offering curbside flu shots at a number of its clinics on selected dates. For curbside services, credit/debit cards will be accepted for self-pay and insurance cards taken for others. No scheduling is required.

Individuals 18 years of age and older wishing to receive a free COVID-19 vaccination as well may do so safely during the same primary care or pediatric visit as their flu shot.

Due to the impact of COVID-19 and the Delta variant, it’s more important than ever for people to get their flu shot. Adena experts recommend getting flu shots as soon as possible in order to prevent contracting the flu which could leave people more susceptible to additional Coronavirus infection and serious illness. A flu shot not only protects the individual, but it protects others by limiting the chances of flu virus contraction and spread.

For children older than six months and adults, the flu shot can prevent them from getting sick, prevent flu-related hospitalizations and potentially lessen symptoms or length of illness should they get a strain of the flu. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone six months of age and older, including the elderly and pregnant women, receive an annual flu shot. Flu shots taken by pregnant women can protect their babies from the flu after birth. 

Most insurance companies cover the cost of a flu shot, but patients may want to check with their insurance provider if they are unsure.

Together, we can protect ourselves and each other against the flu by getting a flu shot today. To learn more, visit Adena.org/flushot.

Beggar’s Night Plans For Chillicothe

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The City of Chillicothe has set their date for 2021 Beggars’ Night.

Mayor Luke Feeney told Chillicothe City Council during their recent meeting that the event will take place from 6pm-7:30pm on Thursday, October 28th with a rain-date of 2pm-3:30pm on Saturday, October 30th.

Ross County Sheriff George Lavender informed Litter Media’s Mike Smith that in recent years, townships and villages have gone with this same date to stay uniform with Chillicothe. Others say this limits confusion as to when Trick or Treat is held in the area it maintains safety for youngsters with area law enforcement concentrating patrols on the same night.

Light The Night To Remember Fallen Firefighters

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We are all being encouraged to Light the Night Red for Fallen Firefighters. 

In conjunction with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, please join first responders by lighting the outside of your residence red, in remembrance of all those who have sacrificed everything in the line of duty.

The annual observance takes place between September 26th – October 3rd,

Hazing Prevention Training Mandatory At Ohio University

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(Athens) – Ohio University has launched a new, mandatory online hazing prevention training, which will be delivered via email to all OHIO students, faculty and staff the week of Sept. 27. 

“Ohio University does not tolerate hazing,” President Hugh Sherman said. “This required training will provide critical information and resources to help our community understand that every member of our University community is responsible for the prevention of hazing.” 

The hazing prevention training provides detailed information about hazing, why it is illegal, and what OHIO University students, faculty, and staff can do to stop hazing from occurring on our campuses. 

Users are required to complete quizzes to move on within each of the training modules and complete the training. 

Embedded at the end of the training is an opportunity to affirm that the user has read and understood Ohio University’s policies regarding hazing. A certification of completion is also provided after successful completion of the module. Please save a copy of your completion documentation for future reference. 

Additional information about this required training will be provided in future issues of OHIO News and Ohio Employee News