Ohio high school state cross country meet fequencies?

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tristanh

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The OHSAA state cross country championships are tomorrow, and I am attending to watch my team, and I want to take my scanner along with the hope being able to hear the event officials and organizers talk. There are 10,000+ spectators expected, so I assume some radios will be used for management, and I doubt they would use an unlicensed band. Can anybody, by some chance, provide any frequencies or info? I understand that this is a really obscure request, but it would be cool to listen to this. Also, OHSAA doesn't seem to own any FCC licenses.
 

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If they are using radios I would suspect they would be leased just for the weekend from a local two-way dealer. Search the UHF business band 451-469 MHz in 12.5 kHz steps. Break it up into several search ranges and spend a little time on it and then move on to another range if nothing heard. Pay particular attention to 452-453 and 457-460 MHz, If you have a scanner with the "Close Call" / "Signal Stalker" feature that should work very well for you.
 
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