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Why golfers should be multi-sport athletes in high school

In high school, students often fall under pressure to perform in the classroom, making the honor roll, and preparing for college. This reality is more evident for students preparing to become college athletes. Let’s think about a high school golfer as an example. What happens to many is that they become convinced by a coach,

Arc Men Take Their Swings At WRC Tournament

For the second straight day (10/6), the Brush mens golf team packed their (golf) bags and headed to Quail Hollow Golf Club in Concord, this time to compete in the Western Reserve Conference tournament after a day of OHSAA Sectional competition the day prior. And for the second straight day – the opposition was more

Looking Back At The OHSAA’s Girls Tennis Championships

Looking Back At The OHSAA’s Girls Tennis Championships By Timothy L. Hudak Sports Heritage Specialty Publications 4814 Broadview Rd. Cleveland, Ohio 44109 Tennis is one of the first sports that girls were allowed to play at the high school level, the sport being played as an intramural activity as early as the turn of

ARC Golfers Compete Hard, But Fall Short In Sectional Golf @ Quail Hollow

The Brush Arc Golf Team took on some of the best in the area yesterday (10/5) at Quail Hollow Golf Course, and while their showings were admirable – the men of Coach Medve were unable to advance to the next round. Michael Farrell (91), and Julius Jofferion / Jared Wittels (each with 95) performed well,


  JAMES LAUGHLIN A co-captain of the 1979 Ohio State football team, linebacker Jim Laughlin helped the Buckeyes to an 11-1 record, suffering their only loss in the Rose Bowl to the USC Trojans. He was named team MVP and First Team All-Big Ten following his final season. In three seasons under College Football Hall of