Spectator Update Nov 25 2020

The following information is regarding our athletic events between now and January 1st. November 24th, Governor DeWine encouraged schools to consider no spectators at events while cases are surging in Ohio. That announcement was later amended by OHSAA to include parents. November 25th, members of the Ohio Heritage Conference met to discuss a conference-wide agreement on spectators. Effectively immediately, attendance will be limited to parents, guardians, and step-parents of the athletes. Unused parent tickets cannot be given or used by other members of the family. Please understand that some sports may have additional spectator restrictions based on the event size or location. Those will be communicated prior to the events with individual coaches and teams. 

Parents in attendance are required to sit with members of their own household and asked not to congregate before, during, or after the game with individuals from outside of your home. 

It is our goal to continue to offer sports for our athletes and we are working to do all we can to keep our venues as safe as possible. We are asking that you please adhere to these guidelines and increased precautions. We want to continue offering sports and allowing parents to watch their athletes participate. 

Coaches have been asked to communicate with their athletes and compile a list of parent names. This list will be used at home and away games and people will not be permitted to enter the venues if their names are not on the list. We are committed to streaming our home events so family and friends can watch the games from home. OHSAA, OHC and Greeneview administrators will re-evaluate this plan at the end of December.


12/30/2020 5:00 PM

Rams Update

Event Details

  • October 12th, 2019

  • 10:45 AM

  • Golf

  • Varsity

  • Boy

  • Game

  • State Tournament at Northstar - Mason Witt

  • Away

  • Tba

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Game Summary






State Champion

Mason Witt shot 72 on day 1 of the OHSAA State Tournament at Northstar Golf Course to take a one shot lead after Day 1.  The golfers had to face a strong wind and cold weather on Saturday along with the difficult course setup.  Mason went through a tough stretch on holes 10-12 with bogey, double bogey, and bogey.  These three holes also got the leader at the time with three straight bogeys.  With 6 holes to play Mason was down by 2-3 strokes (Scores were unofficial and being reported every 3 holes).  He got par on the last 6 holes to shoot 78 for a two day total of 150 which was good for a one shot victory and the State Championship.  Mason , a junior, has verbally committed to play golf at Xavier University.