They would likely have cross country and track athletes and maintain that OHSAA membership to give those kids that kind of opportunity. Tennis, Golf, Wrestling, even Swimming if a kid wants it I guess.
According to the OHSAA PIB has boys and girls basketball and cross country, also volleyball.
According to the OHSAA’s constitution, a school must offer 2 sports per season in order to maintain membership in the OHSAA.
Interesting that when you search the school on the OHSAA site that the Northwest Central Conference is listed as their primary conference on the school information pageAccording to the OHSAA PIB has boys and girls basketball and cross country, also volleyball.
Actually Put-in-Bay participated in the OHSAA volleyball tourney this year.They both have sports, but neither have 2 in each season, at least according to their own school websites.
Put-in-Bay's sports are coed CC, volleyball, boys and girls basketball, archery, and sailing. The last 2 not being OHSAA sponsored sports I wouldn't think count toward the 2 per season rule.
Kelley's Island has only CC.
I'd imagine that since they're special cases where the schools are tiny, the cost to send students mainland every day would be astronomical, and they don't enter OHSAA tournaments anyway, they don't enforce the rule on them. They're really just members in name alone, considering their schedules have very few actual OHSAA members on them (and in PIB's case, they have Ottawa Hill's listed for bball.....OH doesn't have the same, so it very well may be a JV game for OH anyway) and they don't bother entering the postseason.