H.S. Girls Basketball Tournament Brackets

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High school girls tournament basketball brackets have been released for the respective districts throughout Ohio.

The Southeast District will tournaments for Divisions 2, 3 and 4. The higher seeded team hosts in the Sectional Tournament, then goes to neutral site for District Tournament.

Here are the links for the respective Southeast District brackets in Divisions 2, 3 and 4. (The brackets below are linked to the Southeast District Athletic Board website.)


Sheridan #1 seed in D-2


Wheelersburg #1 seed in D-3


Trimble #1 seed in D-4

Bloom Carroll, Teays Valley and Amanda Clearcreek are among area teams that will be playing in the Central District. (The brackets below will be populated by team seeds once loaded by the Central District)


Teays Valley is a #14 seed and will play February 18th at 7pm vs winner of Westerville North/Dublin Scioto.


Bloom Carroll is seeded 6th and will play at home February 15th at 7pm vs. Buckeye Valley.


Amanda Clearcreek is seeded #6 and plays Fredricktown at 1pm February 19th.

Betsy Moore Receives Ohio 4-H Volunteer Hall of Fame Honor

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(Ross County 4-H/OSU Extension)- Clever Clovers advisor Betsy Moore has been selected for induction to the Ohio 4-H Hall of Fame. This award reflects a lifetime of commitment to bringing head, heart, hands, and health of 4-H to life at the club, county, and state levels.

Betsy started a club for her daughters over three decades ago because she wanted to raise the bar of their club experience. Since then, she’s poured her heart into making the best hands-on learning experience possible for all the kids she’s had in her club.

Moore has also served on the Ross County 4-H Advisory Committee, assists with several project specific key volunteer roles including 4-H Home Economics Team, Bake Review, Safe Sitter, Skillathon, and Quality Assurance. Most notably, Betsy was the driving force in launching the Ross County 4-H Endowment, now totaling almost $250,000 and producing over $10,000 in interest a year. These funds have been the direct result of her consistent creative thinking, heavy lifting, and advocacy. She’s building a legacy of funds for award trips, volunteer training, and 4-H innovative programming for years to come. Betsy, and the group of diehard 4-H supporters she leads are instrumental in building these funds and educating the community about the Endowment’s goals and ease of use for donations.

Betsy served on the Ohio State University Extension Advisory Committee for six years and the Ohio 4-H Foundation Board for eight years, including chairing the Foundation Board’s County Endowment committee for six years. She also served on the Ohio 4-H Centennial Planning Committee.

“If a financial need presents itself, she personally steps up and then promotes others to consider donating too, including supporting Tar Hollow 4-H Camp, youth at our Jr. Fair Sales, the Ohio 4-H Celebration of Youth, and statewide opportunities.”