Cavalier Invitational/Hillsboro Invitational Highlight Thursday Track & Field

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Big Walnut swept the Cavalier Invitational Track & Field Meet Thursday in Chillicothe, while McClain Boys won the Hillsboro Invitational. Hillsboro and McClain Girls shared team titles at Hillsboro.

In Chillicothe, Big Walnut Boys scored a whopping 204 points with Zane Trace second at 81 points. Big Walnut Girls scored 135 points for their team title as Circleville was second at 114.5 points.

In Hillsboro, McClain Boys scored 125 points with Miami Trace second at 122 in the 8 team field.

Hillsboro and McClain Girls were co-champs with 107.5 points. Miami Trace was runner-up with 94.5 points.

For complete individual and team results, go to our links to Baums Page below:

Chillicothe Invitational Results- CLICK HERE:

Hillsboro Invitational Results- CLICK HERE:

New Small Animal Show Arena Built at Ross County Fairgrounds

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A new animal building is being added to the Ross County Fairgrounds. The building is being funded by a grant from the State of Ohio’s Biennium Budget and Capital Funds from the Ross County Agricultural Society.  The building will be 50 feet wide and 150 feet long and will serve as the Small Animal Show Arena. 

Shows could include species of Rabbits, Cavy, Poultry and Dogs.

Construction of the new Ross County Fairgrounds Small Animal Show Arena. Dan Ramey/Litter Media

The building was designed by Sunrush Construction and construction is being supervised by the Society’s Building Committee chaired by board member Barry Haubeil. 

“It’s another great addition to the Ross County Fairgrounds to better serve the county’s youth and exhibitors.” 

The Society (Fair Board) is also currently fundraising for two additional new building projects, a covered Equestrian Complex and a multi-service Commercial Building/Event Center. 

OHSAA Finalizes Spring Sports Championship Venues

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(OHSAA) The Ohio High School Athletic Association has announced the venues for the track and field state tournament and the lacrosse state championships, which complete the slate of locations for the upcoming spring state tournaments.

The track and field state tournament will return to Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium at The Ohio State University June 3-4, while the lacrosse state championships will move to Historic Crew Stadium June 4th. 

“We are very excited for our track and field and lacrosse state tournaments to be held at these two fantastic facilities,” said Doug Ute, OHSAA Executive Director. “We appreciate the support and cooperation of the folks at Ohio State and the Crew so that our student-athletes and communities can have a great tournament experience to end their season.”

Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium last hosted the track and field state championships in 2019. In 2020, spring sports were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The OHSAA thanks Westerville North, Pickerington North and Hilliard Darby high schools for hosting the state meet in 2021 with some COVID-19 restrictions still in place. It is a one-year agreement with OSU to host the track and field state championships.

The lacrosse state championships had been at Ohio Wesleyan University since the OHSAA began sanctioning the sport in 2017. Historic Crew Stadium, located on the Ohio State Fairgrounds in Columbus, was the home of the Columbus Crew of Major League Soccer from 1999 through 2020 before the team moved to its new home, Field, in downtown Columbus. The OHSAA reached a three-year agreement with the Crew to host the lacrosse state championships at Historic Crew Stadium (2022, 2023, 2024). 

Historic Crew Stadium is the first soccer-specific stadium in the United States and serves as the home venue for Columbus Crew 2, Columbus Crew’s Second Team, playing in MLS NEXT Pro. A developmental team promoting community involvement, Crew 2 completes the Black & Gold player pathway, which begins with Crew Academy and ends with the Crew’s First Team. Previously Historic Crew Stadium served as the home of two-time MLS Cup winner (2008, 2020) Columbus Crew from 1999-2021.

Previously, the OHSAA announced the locations for the spring state tournaments of boys tennis at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, softball at Firestone Stadium in Akron, and baseball at Canal Park in Akron. 

2022 OHSAA Spring State Tournaments

Boys Tennis – May 27-28 at Lindner Family Tennis Center, Mason

Softball – June 2-4 at Firestone Stadium, Akron

Track and Field – June 3-4 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium, The Ohio State University, Columbus

Lacrosse – June 4 at Historic Crew Stadium, Columbus

Baseball – June 9-11 at Canal Park, Akron

2022 Buckeye Off-Road Adventure Expo Preview

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Barry Haubeil and Keith Diehl appeared with Dan Ramey on Litter Media LIVE- Special Edition to preview the 2022 Buckeye Off-Road Adventure Expo at the Ross County Fairgrounds, May 20th-22nd.

Participants and spectators from all over the nation are expected to attend.

For schedule of events and ticket information, go to

To watch the complete interview, CLICK ON THE INTERVIEW PHOTO BELOW: