Athletic News

OHSAA Member Schools Update:
 
We also want to reemphasize that our schools should do all that they can to keep crowds to a minimum, even going below the Ohio
Health Director’s Sports Order that limits spectators to the lesser of 15 percent permanent, fixed seats or 300. Our recommendation
is that you limit your crowds to parents and immediate family members. By not being cautious and reducing the number of
spectators, we are putting our student-athletes at risk of not only contracting and/or spreading COVID-19 but also risking the
possibility of losing the winter sports seasons for our students, their families, their teammates, their schools and their communities.
So again, we strongly suggest you follow our recommendation on spectator limits. We will continue to study the data on COVID-19 and continue in discussions with the Governor’s Office to determine if we need to make changes to our seasons.
 
We (Greeneview) are interpreting immediate family members as family members that live with the athlete as well as parents/step parents.

2/28/2021 8:00 PM

Spectator Attendance

Effective Jan 5, 2021, each athlete’s family will be given access to purchase up to 4 tickets for home events. Tickets are for parents, step-parents, and those living in the same house. The guidelines have increased from 2 to 4 tickets so now families can bring siblings to events. Families must sit together in a group of 4 in the bleachers. 

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2/28/2021 6:00 PM

News and Announcements

Results and Upcoming Schedule

Middle School Boys Basketball vs Fairbanks

7th won with a basket with 9 seconds left 24-22.  Ryan Austin 10, Karter Newman 4, Braxton Deyo 3, Will Climie 3, Trent Webb 2, Landon Erisman 2. Record 3-3

8th lost 63-22.  Kampbell Newman 8, Alex Horney 6, Weston Saunders 5, Will Grooms 2, Braeden Gill 1.  Record 5-1.  

Middle School Girls Basketball vs Fairbanks

7th won 46-18.  Eva Snyder 17, Daylee Sandlin 15, Monet Vest 8, Mackenzie Cox 4, Peyton McCaslin 1, Addyson Green 1.  Record 5-0

8th lost 20-18.  Elyse Waggoner 8, Allyson Truman 4, Chloe Kall 4, Brooke Sharpe 2.  Record 2-4

High School Girls Basketball at Waynesville

Varsity lost 55-32.  Rachel Strickle 7, Ellie Snyder 7, Kelsi Eakins 5, Mady Ackerman 5, Kinley Saunders 2, Leah Hoyle 2, Sarah Trisel 2, Sadie Trisel 2.  Overall record 3-11  OHC 3-6

Reserve lost    Overall record 4-9  OHC 3-5 . Other stats not available

High School Gymnastics

Lizzy Valentine competed against Worthington Kilbourne, Worthington, Central Crossing, Miami Trace, and Washington CH.  She finished 3rd in vault, 3rd on bars, 6th on floor, and 8th All Around. 

High School Bowling

Boys lost to Riverside 2425-2280.  John Bryant 224 game and Brysten Bosier 191 game. Overall record 6-6  OHC 4-1

Girls finished 2nd in Tri Match with East Clinton and Bethel Tate.  EC 1812 GV 1394  BT 1272.  Kaylee Klontz 182 game and Autumn Neville 137 game. Overall record 5-7  OHC 1-3

Upcoming Events

Wednesday Jan 13

Boys Bowling vs Catholic Central at Victory Lanes 4:00

7/8 Girls Basketball at Madison Plains 5:30

7/8 Boys Basketball Home vs Greenon 5:30

Thursday Jan 14

7/8 Girls Basketball at Southeastern  5:30

7/8 Boys Basketball Home vs Southeastern 5:30

Saturday Jan 16

8th Girls Basketball at Northeastern  10:00

HS JV/Var Girls Basketball Home vs Triad  11:00 (2 quarter JV game)

HS JV/Var Boys Basketball at Kenton Ridge  6:00

Schedule Changes

There continues to be many changes to the schedule.  Check the athletic website under the Greeneview Schools website for accurate up to date schedule information.  You can also sign up for email newsletter on the website.  Follow twitter and Facebook pages as well for sports news and information. 

Streaming Events

We will stream all our events in the HS gym this winter.  Go to the school website under Athletics tab.

Spectator Attendance

Effective Jan 5, 2021, each athlete’s family will be given access to purchase up to 4 tickets for home events. Tickets are for parents, step-parents, and those living in the same house. The guidelines have increased from 2 to 4 tickets so now families can bring siblings to events. Families must sit together in a group of 4 in the bleachers.  For away games the number of tickets available will vary depending on capacity numbers and we will communicate those if different. 

01/12/2021

Photo Gallery

  • Ramtourage Roller Coaster at Cedarville Boys Basketball Game Winter 2013
  • Ramtourage at Cedarville Football 2013
  • Ramtourage Spirit
  • Meeting at Victory Bell
  • Logan Lacure State Wrestling Champ 2014