(Image courtesy of Fairfield City School District ~ @fcsdathletics)
An incredible display of support was observed throughout the state on Monday evening in tribute to the members of Ohio's 2020 graduating class.
Beginning at 8:20, and for 20 minutes thereafter, school stadiums had their lights shining brightly and proudly to honor senior students, who will be ending their high school careers under unusual circumstances, to say the least.
The celebration, which is said to have originated in Texas and been further developed in Colorado, signified a brightening of the sky in hopes to add some much needed cheer to seniors, who are wrapping up their high school tenures via remote-based learning.
OHSAA Executive Director, Jerry Snodgrass encouraged his member schools to partake in the initiative and, in true Ohio fashion, they did not disappoint --