so does Columbus...
This has always been my beef with the OHSAA as I've never liked the regions..........just go to top 32 in each division. But they said that potentially creates too much travel for first round games. But then they have finals in Massillon. SMHThe coach in me thinks to myself, wow. This really puts a wrench into my travel itinerary. turns 1.5 hours into 4 for Ironton.
EXCUSE ME SIRHappy to be traveling 30 minutes instead of 2 plus hours to see game tomorrow night. What kid wouldn't want to play at PBTS? Or at some soccer field in the middle of a corn field outside of Columbus? Great move and venue. #5 chip against Massillon on their home filed? Priceless. Go knights
Why would anyone be making hotel arrangements for Columbus? There’s no general admission sales, the longest drive for spectators would’ve been 2.5 hours, and there’s nothing in Columbus/Obetz open to make spectators want to stick around longer than for the focus of the trip (the state championship.)I am sure those Columbus area hotels and restaurants didn't need any of that business. My guess Franklin country and Columbus has so much surplus of tax revenue that they didn't need to collect any more taxes.
Eh.I am sure those Columbus area hotels and restaurants didn't need any of that business. My guess Franklin country and Columbus has so much surplus of tax revenue that they didn't need to collect any more taxes.
Interestingly enough, I was supposed to be at a soccer tournament this weekend at those fields next to Fawcett/HoF and it got cancelled on Tuesday... It was shutdown specifically by the Canton Board of Health, not Stark County.I guess. The local authorities in Stark don't have an advisory. It's not about what's "safer" or not. It's about governmental entities respecting the advisory of the local authorities.
You young whippersnappers dont remember the dark times when it was just two lanes much of the way.Ah yes I love taking route 30 across the state and driving 3.5 hours...