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Old 09-08-12, 07:54 AM
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CCRunner4815 were you at the match tonight? If you were not here is what happened in North Canton:
Hoover Freshman team won.
The Jackson JV beat Hoover in 2. Jackson had size and Hoover only had 1 tall player So #14. The crowd was not what people thought it would be but that soon changed.
Now it was time to see the Undefeated Jackson Polar Bears vs Hoover. Well from what I see here high atop the gym Jackson looks tall, athletic, and well coached but again this is just warm ups. Typical rival game nerves and TERRIBLE REFS!!!. Yes I was screaming. Game #1 was back and forth until Jackson pulled away. Then Game#2 started. Well one team started Jackson and Hoover lets just say if you would have told me that the score would be 19 to 2. I would have said that's no moon. But it happened and Jackson flex their muscle all over NC. Hoover never recovered and it was over at 8. Jackson is a work in progress moving forward. They are fun to watch both on the floor and off. I can't wait for Hoover to come to Jackson should be fun.
Wow, Jackson wins in three and you still complain about the refs
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Old 09-08-12, 10:06 PM
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Wow, Jackson wins in three and you still complain about the refs
Since you quoted what I wrote jovs then you must understand that I was painting a complete picture of the evenings events for those who could not attend.

You must have some problems at Canton South to complain about but your AWESOME A.D. Mr. Rick Campbell is not one. By the way he was the former Principal of Jackson.

Thank You for policing this thread.
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Old 09-09-12, 11:13 AM
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Wow, Jackson wins in three and you still complain about the refs
Although Darksider99 and I root for different teams, he has been mostly fair on his appraisal of the matches and referees.
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Old 09-09-12, 04:28 PM
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Results Sept. 8


Wadsworth 25-25,
Perry 9-13

Kill leader—Frease (P) 4.
Assist leader—Whitaker (P) 5.
Top defensive players—Swihart (P) 9 digs, Lawrence (P) 2 blocks.

JV—Wadsworth won.

Brunswick 25-25,
Perry 13-16

Top servers—Vodopich (P) 4 points, Frease (P) 4 points.
Kill leader—Vodopich (P) 3.
Assist leader—Whitaker (P) 6.
Top defensive players—Vodopich (P) 4 digs, Frease (P) 2 blocks.

JV—Brunswick won.
Records—Perry 3-4.

Jackson 25-25,
Solon 19-23

Top server—Cardwell (J) 10 points, 2 aces.
Kill leader—Hill (J) 8, Spencer (J) 8.
Assist leader—Cardwell (J) 21.
Top defensive players—Kelly (J) 7 digs, Hill (J) 5 blocks.

Jackson 25-25,
Hudson 21-20

Top server—Klimo (J) 12 points.
Kill leader—Hill (J) 11.
Assist leader—Cardwell (J) 23.
Top defensive players—Kelly (J) 9 digs, Hill (J) 5 blocks.

Jackson 25-25,
Cortland Lakeview 13-9

Top server—Cardwell (J) 16 points, 6 aces.
Kill leader—Hill (J) 10.
Assist leader—Cardwell (J) 22.
Top defensive players—Cardwell (J) 4 digs, Slogar (J) 4 blocks.

Records—Jackson 7-0.
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Old 09-10-12, 07:43 AM
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Solon and Hudson are solid teams. The non-league schedule is difficult, but will prove helpful in October and November.
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Old 09-12-12, 06:29 AM
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Results Sept. 11

JACKSON 25-25-25, LAKE 15-15-11 Jackson stayed unbeaten by downing visiting Lake in three sets Tuesday. The Polar Bears, who are now 8-0 overall and 5-0 in the Federal League,were paced by senior Paige Hill’s 11 kills and five blocks. Freshman Brooke Bailey added 10 blocks, while Kristin Cardwell dished out 26 assists. Karlie DiRuzza contributed 17 points and two aces behind the service line and Rachel Seifert finished with 10 digs.
“We had a couple girls sick and were actually missing a starter,” Jackson coach Jeff Walck said. “It was nice to see some of our other girls step up and fill in tonight.”

Jackson 25-25-25,
Lake 15-15-11
Top servers—DiRuzza (J) 17 points, 2 aces; Vance (L) 6 points.
Kill leaders—Hill (J) 11, Ries (J) 5.
Assist leaders—Cardwell (J) 26, Parson (L) 14.
Top defensive players—Seifert (J) 10 digs, Hill (J) 5 blocks; Vance (L) 5 digs.

JV—Jackson 25-19, 25-10.

Records—Jackson 8-0, 5-0; Lake 4-3, 2-2.

PERRY 19-25-25-22-15, ST. VINCENT-ST. MARY 25-23-22-25-7 The Perry Panthers outlasted visiting St. Vincent-St. Mary in five sets Tuesday to move to .500.
“It was a great match and we had a lot of kids step up,” Perry coach John Vodopich said. “We had three kids with more than 10 kills and three with more than 10 points.

Perry 19-25-25-22-15,
St. Vincent-St. Mary 25-23-22-25-7

Top server—Miner (P) 15 points, 3 aces.
Kill leader—Frease (P) 13.
Assist leader—Miner (P) 20.
Top defensive players—Vodopich (P) 15 digs, Frease (P) 5 blocks.

JV—Perry 25-9, 25-21.

Record—Perry 4-4.

GlenOak 25-25-25,
McKinley 19-13-21

Top servers—Garman (G) 14 points, Horner (M) 7 points.
Kill leaders—Watson (G) 9, Crider (M) 5.
Assist leaders—Adams (G) 25, Horner (M) 20.
Top defensive players—Garman (G) 7 digs, Watson (G) 7 digs; Nisly (M) 14 digs, Crider (M) 5 blocks.

JV—GlenOak won.

Records—GlenOak 3-7, 1-3; McKinley 0-6, 0-5.

Hoover 25-17-25-27,
Boardman 19-25-20-25

Top servers—Lensman (H) 13 points, Davila (B) 8 points.
Kill leaders—Worley (H) 13, Volosin (B) 12.
Assist leaders—Saunders (B) 29, Howard (H) 19.
Top defensive players—Lensman (H) 14 digs, Volosin (H) 6 digs, Saunders (N) 6 digs, Worley (H) 5 blocks.

JV—Hoover 25-22, 25-17.

Records—Hoover 7-2, 3-1; Boardman 5-3, 2-2.
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Old 09-13-12, 11:12 AM
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Federal League Power rankings


1 Jackson, best team in NE Ohio

2 N Canton, misfortune of being in a League with the Polar Bears

3 Perry, gritty, and competitive

4 Boardman, gave N Canton a tough game, playing better


5 Lake, in the middle of the pack


6 Glen Oak, look out tonight, Ladies, a road game at Jackson

7 McKinley, getting better and better, very good first year Coach


Best JV team: Jackson


Best Frosh team: tie, Jackson and N Canton, each will win the home game against the other.....
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Old 09-13-12, 04:51 PM
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Federal League Power rankings


1 Jackson, best team in NE Ohio

2 N Canton, misfortune of being in a League with the Polar Bears

3 Perry, gritty, and competitive

4 Boardman, gave N Canton a tough game, playing better


5 Lake, in the middle of the pack


6 Glen Oak, look out tonight, Ladies, a road game at Jackson

7 McKinley, getting better and better, very good first year Coach


Best JV team: Jackson


Best Frosh team: tie, Jackson and N Canton, each will win the home game against the other.....

I think you are trying to start an argument.

I agree with your Varsity and JV listings, however...Hoover is #1 in Freshman with their win over Jackson last week!

No ties at this point!
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Old 09-13-12, 09:17 PM
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CC, I think you go looking for trouble where there is none in any post regarding Hoover. I greatly respect your love for girls' hs sports, but that post had nothing wrong with it. One person's opinion about the teams. They gave fair credit to Hoover's frosh team. Obviously they think/hope Jax will win at home when they play again.
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Old 09-13-12, 11:13 PM
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Results 9-13-12 VOLLEYBALL

Hoover 25-25-25,
Lake 17-21-21

Top servers—Matinides (H) 11 aces; Haymond (L) 8 points, 1 ace.
Kill leaders—Stroemple (H) 9, Worley (H) 9, Howard (H) 9, Topper (H) 9, Parker (L) 5.
Assist leaders—Howard (H) 28, Parson (L) 14.
Top defensive players—Lensman (H) 13 digs, Ries (L) 8 digs, Wroley (H) 6 blocks, Bryte (L) 3 blocks, Robbins (L) 3 blocks.
JV—Hoover won.

Records—Hoover 9-2, 4-1; Lake 4-4, 2-3.

Polar Bears remain unbeaten
JACKSON 25-25-25, GLENOAK 19-6-10 The Jackson Polar Bears completed the first round of Federal League play with a three-set win over visiting GlenOak on Thursday. Kristin Cardwell led Jackson with 17 points, four aces and 31 assists. Jen Slogar and Stephanie Spencer controlled the net with 10 kills each, while Paige Hill added four blocks. Rachel Seifert led the Bears’ defense with 14 digs.

Jackson is 9-0 overall and 6-0 in the league.


Jackson 25-25-25,
GlenOak 19-6-10

Top servers—Cardwell (J) 17 points, 4 aces; McVay (GO) 3 aces.
Kill leaders—Slogar (J) 10, Watson (GO) 4.
Assist leaders—Cardwell (J) 31, Adams (GO) 10.
Top defensive players—Seifert (J) 14 digs, Watson (GO) 7 digs, Hill (J) 4 blocks.

JV—Jackson 25-16, 25-11.

Records—Jackson 9-0, 6-0; GlenOak 3-8, 1-4.

The score in the paper has Boardman beating Perry 4 straight games if someone has the correct scores it would be appreciated.

Boardman 25-25-28-25,
Perry 23-16-25-23

Top server—Whittaker (P) 12 points, 1 ace.
Kill leader—Frease (P) 15. Assist leader—Whittaker (P) 19.
Top defensive players—Lawrence (P) 14 digs, Frease (P) 6 blocks.

JV—Perry 25-23, 23-25, 25-23.

Records—Boardman 6-3, 3-2; Perry 4-5, 2-3.
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Old 09-14-12, 06:32 AM
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CC, I think you go looking for trouble where there is none in any post regarding Hoover. I greatly respect your love for girls' hs sports, but that post had nothing wrong with it. One person's opinion about the teams. They gave fair credit to Hoover's frosh team. Obviously they think/hope Jax will win at home when they play again.
McGal,

You obviously did not have a good read on our threads and misinterpreted.

We have been kidding each other and this has all been with a smile...!

No one is looking for trouble.
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Old 09-14-12, 06:37 AM
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McGal,

You obviously did not have a good read on our threads and misinterpreted.

We have been kidding each other and this has all been with a smile...!

No one is looking for trouble.
That's cause MCGal is the thread police, don't you know?
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Old 09-14-12, 06:37 AM
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CC Runner,

No arguments at all. I think that I have been fair, and have given credit to the N Canton teams. They have overcome an injury, to a great player, and have done great, I dont know Coach Mimi Thomas, but I definitely respect everything about her. Her teams hustle, play with class and win. I just think that Jackson has a better program right now. Your frosh team hustled and overcame what I hope is a better Jackson team on an off night. If you do it again, I will be the first to shout out to N Canton.


Good luck to you and the Lady Vikings. Like I posted before, we know that the N Canton girls BB team will be great, and I hope that you go deep in the tournament. I am not a Hoover basher, I am a Federal League supporter.
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Old 09-14-12, 06:43 AM
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1 Jackson, best team in NE Ohio.....
No one else is really worth talking about in the Fed when it comes to this statement about NE Ohio. But, until Jackson beats Walsh, not a fair statement. Other teams to consider in NE Ohio would include Beaumont, Lake Catholic, Kenston and Solon. Strongsville and Padua are pretty solid, too. I'm not sure that they are in the others' class yet, but they could be when all things are said and done. Kent Roosevelt COULD be in the mix, however some more things have to develop there. But, that's a program on the rise with a good young coach building on the good work of the previous coach.
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Old 09-14-12, 10:17 AM
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NE Ohio Power Tourney - Mentor Sept 29/30

Smart move by Jackson to play in this tournament, very strong teams let's see how they do. Nice warmup for State tournament run.
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Old 09-14-12, 12:07 PM
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No one else is really worth talking about in the Fed when it comes to this statement about NE Ohio. But, until Jackson beats Walsh, not a fair statement. Other teams to consider in NE Ohio would include Beaumont, Lake Catholic, Kenston and Solon. Strongsville and Padua are pretty solid, too. I'm not sure that they are in the others' class yet, but they could be when all things are said and done. Kent Roosevelt COULD be in the mix, however some more things have to develop there. But, that's a program on the rise with a good young coach building on the good work of the previous coach.
Kent isnt anywhere close to Jackson. They would be lucky to be a mid level federal league team.
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Old 09-14-12, 12:29 PM
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N Canton would drill Kent in 3.............See CC Runner, I have your back !!!
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Old 09-14-12, 12:32 PM
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I agree that it will be hard to beat Walsh, they beat us in 4 last year, and have returning talent. I know that setter is incredible, but I like our chances this year, we will know a lot more in 2 + weeks.
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Old 09-16-12, 09:09 AM
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Kent isnt anywhere close to Jackson. They would be lucky to be a mid level federal league team.
If you read my post, I didn't say they were anywhere close to Jackson and said that they had to make strides. There is talent at Kent, the new coach needs to continue to develop it. I believe she is capable of doing so. And, no, Kent isn't as bad as a mid-level Fed team. Try again.
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Old 09-16-12, 09:12 AM
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N Canton would drill Kent in 3.............See CC Runner, I have your back !!!
Win in three, yeah maybe. Drill them? Doubt it. Hoover = overrated more often than not. Federal League as a whole = overrated in volleyball statewide. Maybe with Jackson raising the bar, the rest of the league will follow suit. This remains to be seen.
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I agree that it will be hard to beat Walsh, they beat us in 4 last year, and have returning talent. I know that setter is incredible, but I like our chances this year, we will know a lot more in 2 + weeks.
You should like your chances. Jackson has a great team and, when facing Walsh, a distinct coaching advantage.
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Old 09-16-12, 10:13 AM
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Results Sept. 15

VOLLEYBALL

Perry 25-25-25-17-15,
Wooster 18-19-27-25-12

Top server—Vodopich (P) 13 points, 1 ace.
Kill leader—Frease (P) 14.
Assist leader—Whittaker (P) 19.
Top defensive players—Swihart (P) 14 digs, Frease (P) 7 blocks.

JV—Perry 25-21, 16-25, 25-14.

Records—Perry 5-5

Lake 25-25,
St. Vincent-St. Mary 20-14

Asics Invitational
Top servers—Parson (L) 7 points; Haymond (L) 2 aces.
Kill leaders—Bryte (L) 9.
Assist leaders—Parson (L) 19.
Top defensive players—King (L) 5 digs.

Hudson 25-25,
Lake 18-20

Asics Invitational

Top servers—Bryte (L) 7 points.
Kill leaders—Ries (L) 4.
Assist leaders—Parson (L) 11.
Top defensive players—King (L) 6 digs; Robbins (L) 2 blocks).

Twinsburg 25-22-25,
Lake 23-25-14

Asics Invitational
Top servers—King (L) 7 points.
Kill leaders—Parker (L) 10.
Assist leaders—Parson (L) 31.
Top defensive players—Vance (L) 11 digs; Bryte (L) 3 blocks.

Hathaway Brown 25-24-25-17-15,
McKinley 12-26-19-25-13

Top servers—McElroy (McK), Nissley (McK) 9 points, 1 ace.
Kill leaders—Crider (McK) 13.
Assist leaders—Horner (McK) 30.
Top defensive players—Evans (McK) 9 blocks; Nissley (McK) 15 digs.

JV—Hathaway Brown won.

Records—McKinley 0-7.
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Old 09-17-12, 10:28 PM
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Hoover and Tusc. Central Catholic played a tough match tonight with the Saints coming out on top 22-25, 23-25, 25-19, 25-15, 15-6.
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Results Sept. 17

VOLLEYBALL

PERRY 25-25-25, MASSILLON 13-14-18 Perry rolled to a three-set win over Massillon on Monday evening inside the Washington High gymnasium.

The Panthers (6-5) were led by Mallory Vodopich’s 19 points and three aces. Devin Lawrence had a team-best 16 kills for Perry, while Kassidy Whitaker had 16 assists, Cassie Swihart had 11 digs and Katy Frease contributed five blocks.

Taymana Thomas led the Tigers with 12 points and four aces, as well as seven kills and two blocks. Shadrae Stinson had seven assists and Amari Pierce picked up seven digs for Massillon (1-11).

“The girls have been working really hard and they’ve been progressing,” Massillon coach Lindsay Moretta said. “They’ve been fighting and trying. We need to learn how to finish games off.”

Perry 25-25-25,
Massillon 13-14-18

Top servers—Vodopich (P) 19 points, 3 aces; Thomas (M) 12 points, 4 aces. Kill leaders—Lawrence (P) 16, Thomas (M) 7.
Assist leaders—Whitaker (P) 16, Stinson (M) 7.
Top defensive players—Swihart (P) 11 digs, Pierce (M) 7 digs, Frease (P) 5 blocks.

JV—Perry won.

Records—Perry 6-5, Massillon 1-11.



Lake 27-22-25-19-15,
Central Catholic 25-25-22-25-8

Top servers—S. Miller (CC) 14 points, 2 aces; King (L) 17 points.
Kill leaders—S. Miller (CC) 22, Bryte (L) 17.
Assist leaders—K. Miller (CC) 28, Parsons (L) 38.
Top defensive players—Ovnic (CC) 13 digs, Slomsky (CC) 4 blocks; Haymond (L) 13 digs, Bryte (L) 7 blocks.

JV—Central catholic 25-22, 20-25, 25-17.

Records—Central Catholic 6-4; Lake 6-6.
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Old 09-18-12, 07:33 AM
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Tough 5 set loss for N Canton to a really good team. Very difficult to win those with a star player out with an injury. Good luck to all Fed League teams.
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Old 09-18-12, 10:08 AM
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CCRunner4815 were you at the match tonight? If you were not here is what happened in North Canton:
Hoover Freshman team won.
The Jackson JV beat Hoover in 2. Jackson had size and Hoover only had 1 tall player So #14. The crowd was not what people thought it would be but that soon changed.
Now it was time to see the Undefeated Jackson Polar Bears vs Hoover. Well from what I see here high atop the gym Jackson looks tall, athletic, and well coached but again this is just warm ups. Typical rival game nerves and TERRIBLE REFS!!!. Yes I was screaming. Game #1 was back and forth until Jackson pulled away. Then Game#2 started. Well one team started Jackson and Hoover lets just say if you would have told me that the score would be 19 to 2. I would have said that's no moon. But it happened and Jackson flex their muscle all over NC. Hoover never recovered and it was over at 8. Jackson is a work in progress moving forward. They are fun to watch both on the floor and off. I can't wait for Hoover to come to Jackson should be fun.
Just curious, what are your certifications/experience in rating officials?
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Old 09-18-12, 10:29 AM
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Congratulations to Perry and Lake for non-league victories. Is the District tournament at Lake again this year?
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Old 09-18-12, 11:28 AM
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I just got an e mail from a fellow VB Mom, who said that the Sectional tournament is at Lake HS, and the winner then goes to Hilliard, NOT to Hudson.

This doesn't make sense, Darksider, you are knowledgeable, is this accurate?


If this is true, the winner of the sectional would play Columbus area teams, not Walsh, Hudson, teams that we have played the last 2 years............
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Old 09-18-12, 12:48 PM
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Ohsaa?????

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I just got an e mail from a fellow VB Mom, who said that the Sectional tournament is at Lake HS, and the winner then goes to Hilliard, NOT to Hudson.
Your fellow VB Mom, is correct. As for Why? Who knows? Sometimes it is difficult to figure out why the OHSAA does anything in any sport. What is even more goofy, is the Uniontown winner will play at Hilliard-Davidson High School, Thursday Nov 1 at 6:00pm, if they win, they will then have go back to Hilliard on Saturday Nov 5 at 2:00pm.

http://www.ohsaa.org/sports/vb/girls...eBrackets1.pdf
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Old 09-18-12, 12:53 PM
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Yes the Lake winner goes to Columbus. If you got to the Ohio High School Athletic website they have the brackets on the volleyball page for 2012..



Opps someone replied while i was typing
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