I'm surprised I beat David to posting this, but you are also welcome to register for and attend The National History Bee and Bowl's three tournaments that are closest to you. Our C set is being played at Wyoming Valley near Scranton on March 24. The B set will be used in Ridgewood, NJ on February 4. Our most challenging set, the A set, is being used at Princeton on February 25. These are all within 80 miles of you, per Google Maps. You can qualify to our National tournament in Washington, D.C. on April 28-29 at any one of these tournaments. The bowl is a 4-player team competition, similar to all-subject quizbowl, while the Bee is a tournament for individuals. All of our questions have been written by HSAPQ since last year's national tournament. If you're not familiar with their work, check them out at hsapq.com.
Whichever good tournaments you choose to play, I hope you and your team will play as often as possible...and if you need to raise money for that to happen, you can always host a tournament. I believe there are a number of people here who would be willing to help your team run a tournament if it meant getting another team plugged into the circuit for the long term, and you'll be spoiled for choice in terms of pyramidal sets to choose from. You've probably seen elsewhere on these boards calls for mirrors of housewritten tournaments. You can do that or buy a set from NAQT or HSAPQ.
Another option to consider alongside the weekend tournaments you'll find here is the possibility of organizing a mid-week league, either consisting of schools in your athletic conference or your county, running on good questions. As the former director of a 16 school, 32 team county league that switched from Ohio's state format to NAQT questions and format in 2007, I'd be happy to give advice on setting something like that up.
Executive Director, Ohio Academic Competition (2013-present)
ex-Assistant Executive Director, The National History Bee and Bowl (2011-2013)
Director, Mahoning County Quizbowl League (2002-2011, 2013-present)