By Tom Nader
Publisher and Editor
The Ohio High School Athletic Association announced its divisional breakdowns for all remaining fall sports on Tuesday.
The football alignments were announced on May 3.
On Tuesday, the lists for golf, girls, tennis, field hockey, cross country, soccer and volleyball were all released.
The OHSAA uses enrollment data, which is provided by the Ohio Department of Education, to help align teams to their divisions.
That data is collected every other year and is used for two school years, with the 2023-24 school year on its second year for the current base-enrollment data.
Football also uses a competitive-balance data piece to help properly align teams divisionally. The only other fall sports to use the competitive-balance data are boys soccer, girls soccer and volleyball.
Golf, girls tennis and cross country do not use competitive-balance data.
Field hockey, which is a lower-supported sponsored sport, only has one division.
To get a look at what division your school has been placed, click on the sport below.
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