Multiple Teams · Spring Sports Updates and Ticket Information


Ohio Department of Health Updates

The following updates and reminders are being sent electronically to member school superintendents, principals and athletic administrators. Please share this update with other interested administrators and coaches on your staff.

Ohio Health Director’s Order Consolidated Updated 4/5

As many of you are aware, Governor DeWine on Monday (April 5) announced that the Ohio Department of Health has issued a simplified Health Director’s Order that streamlines previous orders into a single order which underscores the most important tenants of infection prevention. While some elements have changed, the new order focuses on the same defense measures against COVID-19 that have been previously required, such as wearing a mask, social distancing, limiting large gatherings, guidelines when outside and practicing good hand hygiene. Here are some highlights:

  • There no longer is a spectator capacity limit for outdoor venues.
  • Spectators are permitted to sit in pods of 10 (rather than six), and they do not have to be from the same household. However, that pod must still maintain six-feet social distancing from other pods or individuals. All other individuals must continue to maintain six-feet social distancing.
  • Those not in the contest can be in a pod of 10 so long as that pod maintains six-feet social distancing from other pods or individuals.
  • All spectators and those not in the contest, including coaches, must continue to wear facial coverings unless six-foot social distancing can be maintained (or if one of the exceptions for not wearing a facial covering is met).
  • The local health department has the authority to enact policies that are more stringent than the Health Director’s Order.

Outdoor Events – Tickets and Game Procedures

ODH – Sports Quarantine Procedures

Baseball Updates

The OHSAA staff has developed sport-specific modifications, requirements and recommendations for schools when conducting interscholastic competition in spring sports. These documents have been reviewed by the Ohio Department of Health.

Baseball Modifications

Baseball Schedule: Baseball 2021

Cene Park Information: Cene Park Covid Rules and Guidelines

Softball Updates

The OHSAA staff has developed sport-specific modifications, requirements and recommendations for schools when conducting interscholastic competition in spring sports. These documents have been reviewed by the Ohio Department of Health.

Softball Modifications

Softball Schedule: Softball 2021

Track Updates

The OHSAA staff has developed sport-specific modifications, requirements and recommendations for schools when conducting interscholastic competition in spring sports. These documents have been reviewed by the Ohio Department of Health.

Track and Field Modifications

Track and Field Schedule: Girls Varsity Track Boys Varsity Track JH Girls Track JH Boys Track

Ticket Information

Away Games/Meets – Ticket allotment will vary per school district.  Once we are notified, families and student-athletes will be notified.

Baseball – All tickets will be sold at the gate. Prices are $3 for adults and $2 for students and seniors. Because of the space available at our facility, Bob Cene Park will not be limiting ticket sales at this time.

Softball – Each student-athlete will be permitted to bring as many guests as possible, there will be no charge to attend the softball HOME games.

Track and Field – Tickets must be purchased online through the school ticketing page on the athletic website.  Per the governor’s most recent orders, there is no capacity to outdoor events.  You may purchase as many as you need and you do not need a code anymore.

ONLINE TICKETS