We just wrapped the March issue of Ohio High magazine and it is overflowing with Ohio's top high school sports coverage. This issue includes complete state tournament previews for boys and girls basketball, coverage of the high school football signing day, a feature on St. Paris Graham’s wrestling program and much, much more. Click below to learn more about the March issue of Ohio High and how to get it delivered to your door.
Welcome to Ohio's premier high school sports publication – Ohio High Magazine.
Dedicated to covering high school sports in Ohio like no other medium, Ohio High is the state's only hard copy prep publication that covers every school district in all 88 Ohio counties. We take a different approach to bringing you the news and one that we know you'll enjoy.
Unique by nature, Ohio High is defined by its standout content, the likes of which is produced by credentialed and decorated members of a statewide media pool. We have writers in every region of the state because we know your team, your school and your community is important.
Focused on bringing you in depth material that ranges past the ordinary game story, Ohio High features articles that go beyond the game.
You won't find a recap about the final minutes of a Friday night within these pages. Instead you'll find stories about those that made the moment.
High school sports are popular in every state, but in Ohio they take on an added importance. We understand that. And that's why we bring you Ohio High.
In This Issue:
* Complete coverage of the high school football signing day, including where Ohio’s top 100 and ESPN.com’s top 150 seniors signed
* A look ahead to the top football players in the classes of 2009 and 2010
* Complete state tournament previews for boys and girls basketball
* A feature on St. Paris Graham’s wrestling team reaching No. 1 in the national poll
* A look at Canal Winchester senior and Ohio State recruit B.J. Mullens, who is making a strong push for Ohio’s Mr. Basketball award.
Other Articles include pieces on:
* Sidney Lehman girls basketball players Sarah Freytag and Jessica Slagle, each of whom scored 1,000 career points in the same game
* Richfield Revere senior girls basketball standout Casey Nance, the daughter of former Cleveland Cavalier great Larry Nance
* Malvern's boys basketball team and its three current 1,000-point scorers
* Beavercreek girls basketball head coach Ed Zink who recently won his 600th game
* Canfield center and Pittsburgh basketball recruit Kate Popovec who has 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds
* Cardinal Mooney super junior and Buckeye football recruit John Simon
* Beavercreek senior football standout and Ohio State football recruit Zach Domicone
* Cincinnati Moeller’s newly named head football coach John Rodenberg
* Westerville Central All-American kicker and Ohio State recruit Ben Buchanan
* Longtime Michigan prep boys basketball coach and Ohio native John Rice who returned to the Buckeye state to coach at Toledo Bowsher
* Waynesfield-Goshen senior and Florida track recruit Gray Horn.
Enjoy. We know you will.
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