School Information

School Information

SPORTS SCHEDULES

Contact Information

Athletic Administrator
Rob Atwood
216-691-2121
atwood@sel.k12.oh.us
 
Assistant Athletic Director
JC Collins
216-691-2645
collinsj@sel.k12.oh.us

Administrative Assistant
Kim Fauceglia
216-691-2100, Fax: 216-691-2776
fauceglia@sel.k12.oh.us


Faculty Managers
Sue Drienka
drienka@sel.k12.oh.us

Diane Jamieson
jamieson@sel.k12.oh.us

Alex Nicholson
 
Tim Rosenbaum - Memorial
rosenbaum@sel.k12.oh.us

Athletic Trainer
Tina Thompson
Christina.Thompson@UHhospitals.org
 
 

Philosophy

 

Competitive sports are an inherent part of the total educational program for students in the South Euclid/Lyndhurst City Schools. Interscholastic athletics provide numerous opportunities for students to participate in activities that promote growth and development, social and recreational skills as well as an opportunity to develop leadership qualities.

 

The major emphasis of interscholastic athletics is skilled play and good sportsmanship. Every attempt will be made to provide favorable playing conditions in order that the competitive experiences of our athletes may be wholesome, and result in the attainment of positive attitudes and conduct. Interscholastic athletics are a privilege, not a right.

 

A student becomes subject to the South Euclid-Lyndhurst Schools athletic policies and the rules of the Ohio High School Athletic Association upon registering in the school district and expressing an interest in a specific sport to the coach. In addition, all athletes are expected to follow the specific rules associated with individual athletic teams on which they participate.

   
Brush High School Sports Medicine 

Tina Thompson, ATC

Athletic Trainer

Employed by UH Regional Hospitals

Email: Christina.Thompson@UHhospitals.org

Athletic trainers are health care professionals who collaborate with physicians to provide preventative services, emergency care, clinical assessments, therapeutic intervention and rehabilitation of injuries and medical conditions.

If your child is injured and it is an emergency, please seek immediate medical treatment. In a non-urgent/non-emergency situation, please contact me to make me aware. I am available to help you decide the best course of treatment. Whenever a student-athlete is under the care of a doctor for an injury, we will request a note from an appropriate medical provider for release to return to play.

I am onsite at the school during the week, usually arriving during 8th period. I am often here on the weekends as well if there are events. The training room is located adjacent to Welser Gym. It is the responsibility of the injured student to check in with me daily during the week, even if they are unable to practice.

Chris Tangen, DO.

Team Doctor

Christopher Tangen, DO, is a specialist in sports medicine and an associate medical team physician for the Cleveland Browns. He is board certified in Family Medicine with a Certificate of Added Qualifications in Sports Medicine.

He completed a family medicine residency at University Hospitals Case Medical Center and a fellowship in primary care sports medicine at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital.

Dr. Tangen is available to see our injured athlete’s in his office. His primary location is at the UH Richmond Medical Center on Chardon Road in Richmond Heights. Tina can help to coordinate timely appoints.

Fitness and Wellness Coordinator

Ryan Dugan, CSCS  

Ryan Dugan was recently hired as the new Fitness and Wellness Coordinator for the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools.

Dugan previously served as Defensive Backs coach and Strength and Conditioning Coordinator at Lake Erie College, he also recently was a graduate assistant the University of Toledo during the 2014 season.

While at Lake Erie College he developed in and out of season training programs, while designing programs that strength, speed, and conditioning to improve overall performance. He also served as the defensive backs coach.

He is a Certified Strength Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also certified in Active Isolated Stretching.

Dugan said, “I am incredibly excited for this opportunity and look forward to getting to know our staff and students and doing my best to support health and wellness goals within the district.”

He added, “My goal is to create a culture that will raise awareness and encourage healthy lifestyle choices with our students and staff.”

Dugan is a graduate of Mentor High School, where he was a three-year letterman and senior captain under Steve Trivisonno. He was a member of the 2006 State Runner-up team and played in the Ohio North-South All-Star game.

He then continued his playing career at Baldwin-Wallace College, he was a four-year letterwinner and two-time captain. He received his bachelor degree in Exercise Science.

He also received his Master of Business Administration from Lake Erie College in 2014.

Arcs in the Community

School Address

Brush High School
4875 Glenlyn Rd.
Lyndhurst, OH 44124

Sports Information

School Mascot: Arcs
School Colors: Brown & Gold

Alma Mater

Hail to the Brown
Hail to the Gold
Hail to dear Brush High
The school we uphold
We love no other
So let our motto be:
Victory Brush High School Varsity

Facilities

Korb Field - Football, Soccer
Curtiss Track - Track & Field
Welser Gym - Basketball, Wrestling, Volleyball
Tennis Courts - Tennis
Softball Field - Softball
Greenview Baseball Field - Baseball
Brainard Park - Freshman Baseball 
Beachwood Pool - Swimming
John Carroll University Pool - Diving
Lakeshore Gym - Gymnastics
Cleveland Heights Rink - Hockey
Manikiki Golf Course - Golf

WRC Facility Locations

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