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Brush Athletics Creates New Award image Brush Athletics Creates New Award
The Brush Athletic Department has established a new award called the Love Award. The award will be given at home football games to honor those that “LOVE” Brush Athletics and dedicate their time and talents to assist in running our athletic program and events, much like the award’s namesake Rick Love did during his tenure in the South Euclid Lyndhurst Schools. Rick Love was a longtime teacher, coach, and faculty Manager at Brush High School. 
Boys Soccer Ranked in Latest GCSSCA Poll  image Boys Soccer Ranked in Latest GCSSCA Poll
Congrats to Boys Soccer! They’re currently 6-1-1 on the season and for the second straight week have been the 10th ranked team in Greater Cleveland. The poll is voted on by head soccer coaches of the Greater Cleveland Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association. They were also ranked sixth in the initial News-Herald Top of the Crop.  
Raffle ! Raffle ! Raffle ! Prizes ! Prizes ! Prizes! image Raffle ! Raffle ! Raffle ! Prizes ! Prizes ! Prizes!

Looking to get a jump on necessary holiday shopping?  How does a $1,200 Legacy Village Gift Card sound?  Stop in the office at any of the schools, stop by the Board of Education building, or contact one of your PTA or Booster Presidents.  Tickets are $5 per ticket, or a book of 6 tickets for $25.  The drawing will be held in the gazebo at SEL Appreciation Day at Legacy Village, at 4 PM on Saturday, September 16. Other prizes include an $800 Legacy Village Gift card as well as several $125 cards.  All proceeds support student activities and programs.

 
Brush Football Interviews w/ Quad Brothers  image Brush Football Interviews w/ Quad Brothers

Check out interviews by Quad Brothers Sports Show with Head Coach Jeff Fink, Markel Toney, and Godwin Joe. We look forward to their coverage this upcoming season!

https://www.spreaker.com/user/uplifting/interviews-with-brush-high-school-head-f

 
Fall 2017 Information
Please review information for upcoming Fall season. Practices for most High School sports start on Monday July 31 or Tuesday Aug.1. If you have any questions please contact the coach or the Athletic Office (216-691-2121).  
Arcs Qualify for Regionals image Arcs Qualify for Regionals

The Boys and Girls Track program finished off a successful week at the District Tournament with five Arcs qualifying individually and a relay for this week’s OHSAA Regional meet at Austintown Fitch. Junior Jasmyn Allen continued her winning ways in the 100 Hurdles, winning with a time of 14.70, lowering her school record. She has the best time entering regional competition. Allen qualified in 2016 for the regional competition as well, though she didn’t qualify for finals. Joining her will be senior teammate Raven Drake, who missed regionals last year, she advanced this year in the 300 hurdles, finishing fourth at Mayfield with a time of 49.10.


 
Brush High School alum Roy Hall helps lay building blocks for his hometown community image Brush High School alum Roy Hall helps lay building blocks for his hometown community

Tyrie Liddell appeared nervous.

An eighth grader at Memorial junior high in the Brush school district, Liddell had just taken first place in the SELebrate Moms 5K road race, sponsored by the South Euclid-Lyndhurst school district.

He was the champ.

But Liddell fidgeted back and forth standing before Roy Hall, a legendary multi-sport athlete in the early 2000s from Brush who went on to play football at Ohio State and in the NFL.

Hall smiled, probably because he knew what Liddell was thinking and feeling. After all, it wasn’t that long ago that he was a junior high-schooler in awe of those who came through the school before him.

“You took first?” said Hall, with Liddell nodding in affirmation.

“I took second,” Hall joked with the youngster, adding some levity to the moment.

When Liddell told him he ran the 5K race in 20:28, Hall lightened the mood a little more.

“I ran a 20:29,” Hall said.

Again the boy smiled.

The 6-foot-3, 240-pound Hall patted Liddell on the shoulder and said, “good job.”

 
FREE Sports Physical image FREE Sports Physical
URGENT! Free physical at UH Ahuja on June 9th from 3:00-8:00pm. You MUST register using the link below. Spaces will fill up fast! Register ASAP! Round trip transportation will be provided via school bus leaving Brush at 3:45 and 5:45, returning 5:30 and 7:30. First page of physical form must be filled out and signed by parent to get on the bus. Open to all athletes grades 7-12. No insurance information, No co-pays, No Dr. appointments. Physical will cover all sports for the 2017-2018 school year.
EVERY SEL Arc athlete should sign up NOW!!!
 
Jasmyn Allen Continues to Dominate the 100 Hurdles image Jasmyn Allen Continues to Dominate the 100 Hurdles

Check out junior Jasmyn Allen’s 100 Hurdles Dominance! Despite a DQ at Mehock, she has managed to stay undefeated in duals and invitational in contested races. Check back for Miele Invitational and WRC Meet results.


 
High school track and field: Woodall carrying on Brush hurdles tradition, wins at Mentor Cardinal Relays image High school track and field: Woodall carrying on Brush hurdles tradition, wins at Mentor Cardinal Relays

Brush’s Quentin Woodall wins 110-meter hurdles April 29 during the Mentor Cardinal Relays.

Brush had to wait a little longer than everyone else for its buses to arrive April 29 after the Mentor Cardinal Relays.

Among those likely indifferent to such bumps in the road, though, is Quentin Woodall — because the only bus he’s concerned with is the one heading to Columbus in about a month.

At Mentor in his signature event, Woodall hoped he added mileage to that quest to carry on an Arcs’ recent tradition for which he had a first-hand view.

The Brush junior won 110-meter hurdles with a time of 15.03 seconds, the area’s second-best time in the event thus far in 2017 behind Lake Catholic stalwart Connor Duricky (14.40).

 
Signing Recognition Ceremony Spring 2017 image Signing Recognition Ceremony Spring 2017

Congratulations to the five seniors who were recognized this past Tuesday for continuing their athletic and academic careers in college next fall. Members of the football program were on hand along with Principal Williamson, AD Mike Murphy, Head Tennis Coach Melissa Canowitz and Head Football Coach Jeff Fink. The five student-athletes have all worked hard both on the field and in the classroom.

Bradley Heiss (Football – John Carroll University)

Tommy Loya (Football – John Carroll University)

Tyrell Coleman (Football – Heidelberg University)

Jared Strah (Football – Thomas More KY)

Ashley Duncan (Girls Tennis – Ursuline College)

We want to wish our athletes the best of luck in their future endeavors.

 
Arc Weekly Review 4/25 image Arc Weekly Review 4/25
Check out the Spring Briefing of Arc Weekly review as we catch up with Spring Sports! 
High school baseball: Brush showing improvement in coach’s second year image High school baseball: Brush showing improvement in coach’s second year

The untimely passing of Brush junior Alec Kornet in February rocked the entire Arcs community, especially the teammates he played with on the soccer, hockey and baseball teams.

When Tony Maniglia’s team began its season with four games in Tampa, Fla., a pall still hung over the Arcs. Then, in Brush’s first game against New York’s Trinity School, Alec’s younger brother, sophomore Michael, stepped to the plate in the seventh inning of a tie game.

Kornet’s single sent Evan Mularo home and the Arcs walked off winners after a moment Maniglia couldn’t have scripted any better.

“It was enlightening,” Maniglia said. “It really was. Everybody was down and here comes the brother to win the game.”

 
Jasmyn Allen make News-Herald Watch List image Jasmyn Allen make News-Herald Watch List

Congrats to junior Jasmyn Allen who made the News-Herald Girls Track Preview watch list this past week. She opened the 2017 outdoor campaign by winning the 100 Hurdles with a time of 15.3 Wednesday at Kenston. She also ran 53.8 in the 300 Hurdles just finishing behind fellow teammate Raven Drake. Jasmyn qualified and finished second in the 60 Hurdles back in March at the Ohio State Indoor Track Meet. The Arcs will be back on the Track Saturday at the Nordonia Knights Relays.

http://www.news-herald.com/sports/20170403/high-school-track-and-field-preview-2017-girls-watch-list

 
Ohio Varsity Baseball: Arcs show promise  image Ohio Varsity Baseball: Arcs show promise
Check out the Ohio Varsity Baseball preview by Steve Hare  
Ohio Varsity Softball: Young Arcs ready to shine image Ohio Varsity Softball: Young Arcs ready to shine
Check out the Ohio Varsity Softball preview by Steve Hare 

 
Brush awarded the OIAAA/OHSAA “AWARD OF EXCELLENCE” image Brush awarded the OIAAA/OHSAA “AWARD OF EXCELLENCE”

Charles F. Brush High School is honored with being 1 of 3 schools selected in Ohio to be awarded the OIAAA/OHSAA Award of Excellence this year.

The award, a collaboration between the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and the Ohio Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (OIAAA), recognizes schools that provide exemplary support and promotion of education-based athletic programming in their school and community.

 
Arc Weekly Review March 2, 2017 image Arc Weekly Review March 2, 2017
Check out the Arc Weekly Review March 2, 2017 edition.  
Hurdle Crew Heads for State image Hurdle Crew Heads for State

Jasmyn Allen enters this weekend’s Ohio State Indoor Meet with a chance to become the second indoor state champion in school history. She would join Asya Reynolds who won the Long Jump at the State Meet in 2014. Allen qualified for the State Meet last year as a sophomore in the 60 Hurdles. She narrowly missed the finals finishing ninth in the prelims, missing the finals but one spot. She enters Saturday’s meet at the University of Akron with the fourth fastest time in the state this winter in the 60 Hurdles.


 
Brush grad, Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown will perform at NFL Scouting Combine for charity image Brush grad, Oregon tight end Pharaoh Brown will perform at NFL Scouting Combine for charity
Check out News-Herald article by mark Podolski about Pharaoh Brown and his pursuit of the NFL Draft. His first step will be competing in the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, IN this week.     
Arc Weekly Review February 23, 2017 image Arc Weekly Review February 23, 2017
Check out this week's edition of the Arc Weekly Review  
Girls Bowling Advances to District Tournament  image Girls Bowling Advances to District Tournament

Congratulations to Girls Bowling for advancing to the District Tournament. The team finished third at the Division I Ernst Lanes Sectional Tournament. The team finished with a score 2891 including a solid 191 sixth baker game. Senior Jamie Perry individually led the Arcs, she finished with a three-game series of 477 and senior Anna Famadico contributed a 425 three-game series. This is the second straight year the Girls have advanced as a team to the District Tournament, this is sixth straight year Brush has qualified a team or individuals to Districts. The girls will now compete in the District Tournament next Sunday in Akron.

 
Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Clinch WRC in Honor of Classmate  image Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Clinch WRC in Honor of Classmate

The Arcs were able to clinch the Western Reserve Conference in a closely contested affair with Madison, beating the Blue Streaks by a score of 63-55.


Tyler Williams led all scorers with 18 points, while guards Andre Harris and Deion Burton contributed with 14 and 13 points respectively. Leading scorer for Madison was Zach Guyer with 16.

More importantly, this was the first game since the tragic and untimely death of Brush hockey and baseball player Alec Kornet. Alec’s passing was felt all throughout the community and this game was evident of that. Along with a moment of silence in remembrance of the junior, Brush also honored Alec with a banner with his number 4 which will hang in the Cleveland Heights ice rink. Throughout the night, the Brush crowd showed their love for their fellow student, chanting Alec’s name numerous times, as well as “Play for Alec” as the Arcs clinched the victory.

 
Driven Foundation AK4 Shirts Available  image Driven Foundation AK4 Shirts Available

To the Brush High School Community:

I was saddened by the news of the passing of Alec Kornet. Although I didn't know Alec personally, as a former Brush student-athlete, the impact of his passing is very heavy on my heart. Alec represented what it truly means to be a Brush Arc. His impact as a student-athlete has had a positive impact on so many, in such a short time. #Arcs4Alec is an opportunity for the Driven Foundation to honor Alec and extend his reach/impact to Brush High School Alumni across the nation.

Go to www.arcs4alec.com to purchase a Brush Arcs AK4 t-shirt. Proceeds will benefit the Kornet family.

We will continue to keep the Kornet family and friends in our thoughts and prayers.

Stay Driven,

ROY W. HALL
President~The Driven Foundation
605 N. High St. #181
Columbus, OH 43215
Direct: 216.233.2014
roy.halljr@yahoo.com
www.staydriven.org

 
Arielle DeBase and the Arcs on TV!  image Arielle DeBase and the Arcs on TV!
Check out this week's Game Breaker - Arielle DeBase! She was featured on the weekly High School Sports Insider show 

http://citybeat-tv.com/?page=watch&show=11&id=1256
 
Jamie Perry Named Player of the Week image Jamie Perry Named Player of the Week
Congrats to senior Bowler Jamie Perry who was named Player of the Week by the News-Herald after shooting 382 series and 427 series this past week in wins over Brunswick and Kenston.   
ArcFit Wellness Complex a Hit at Brush image ArcFit Wellness Complex a Hit at Brush

There is a healthy transformation occurring at Brush High School. The state-of-the-art ArcFit Wellness Complex, completed in 2015, is the site of the new Excel Tecc exercise science and rehabilitation program being hosted at Brush High School. The competitive program will be open to junior and seniors. Ryan Dugan, the Fitness and Wellness Coordinator at Brush High School and the ArcFit Wellness Complex, recently sat with News-Herald reporter Mark Podolski.  Click here for more.

 
High school boys basketball: ‘Big brother Chet’ guiding young men on and off court at Brush image High school boys basketball: ‘Big brother Chet’ guiding young men on and off court at Brush
Check out this compelling article on Boys Basketball Head Coach Chet Mason and the powerful relationship he has with his players both on and off the court! 
State-of-the-art ArcFit Wellness Complex a hit at Brush High School image State-of-the-art ArcFit Wellness Complex a hit at Brush High School
Chek out News-Herald article on ArcFit Wellness Complex here at Brush High School!  
News-Herald Article: Brush vs. Chardon Part 2 image News-Herald Article: Brush vs. Chardon Part 2
Check out Girls Basketball article in the News-Herald from the Chardon game...the Girls are now 15-1 and ranked #6 in the most recent AP Poll!  
Brush NHS and Boys Basketball “Team Up” to Support Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center of Cleveland image Brush NHS and Boys Basketball “Team Up” to Support Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center of Cleveland

The Brush National Honor Society (NHS) and the Brush Boys Basketball Team have joined forces to support the Domestic Violence & Child Advocacy Center of Cleveland.  The Brush NHS will be sponsoring a drive to collect much-needed items for the women and children in the center. The collection will officially run from 1/11 to 2/3.  Students who bring in TWO items from the approved list (click read more) and gain free admission to the Brush Boys Basketball game on Friday, January 13, 2017, against Eastlake North High School. 
 

 
Basketball earn Players of the Week image Basketball earn Players of the Week

Congrats to Arielle DeBase (News-Herald/Ohio Varsity), Tyler Williams (News-Herald) and Tahj Benton (News-Herald) on being named Player of the Week in the last two weeks! All three have shown great skill and leadership while leading their respective programs to a combined 16-2 record to start the winter season!

 
News-Herald Article: Boys Basketball vs. South
Check out News-Herald article about Boy's Basketball win over Willoughby South. They're now 7-1 on the season and 3-0 in the WRC. The Arcs were also #4 in the most recent News-Herald Top of the Crop! 
Girls Basketball Rise in Rankings image Girls Basketball Rise in Rankings
Girls Basketball is off to a quick start with a 6-1 record including 2-0 in the WRC going into tonight’s matchup with Chardon. The team’s strong play hasn’t gone unnoticed, they’re currently ranked in both the News-Herald Top of the Crop and Cleveland.com rankings. The team stay steady at number four in the Top of Crop ranking and entered the Cleveland.com ranking at #25 this week. 
Seeking Head Varsity Girls Soccer Coach image Seeking Head Varsity Girls Soccer Coach

Brush High School (Division I, Lyndhurst) is seeking a Head Varsity Girls Coach. Team finished 4-12-1, play in competitive Western Reserve Conference. Top five scorers return next year, team started three freshman. Contact murphym@sel.k12.oh.us with any questions and please apply at link https://www.applitrack.com/sel/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Athletics%2fActivities

 
Brush Alum Tabbed to Lead Swimming Program image Brush Alum Tabbed to Lead Swimming Program

Jake Kudrna has been named the new Boys and Girls Swimming Coach at Brush High School.

Kudrna is a 2008 Brush graduate. Kudrna joined Brett Spicer’s staff last season as an assistant coach. He was also an athlete of Spicer’s from 2004-2008. He was a four-year letterman and two-time team MVP. When he graduated in 2008, Kudrna held the boys record in both the 50 and 100 Free.

Spicer stepped down as swimming coach back in April after 13 years serving as head coach. He had over 70 dual meet victories in his career. He mentored many former athletes to opportunities at the collegiate level including Kudrna.

 
2017 Brush/Memorial AthleticBooster Fundraiser  image 2017 Brush/Memorial AthleticBooster Fundraiser
Brush-Memorial Athletic Boosters would like to announce a fundraiser. The fundraiser is a 3-Digit Number Lottery Contest that will run throughout March (1-31). Tickets are now on sale with high school and junior high coaches. The contest is based on the Ohio Lottery Straight Pick 3 evening drawing.  
Brush Basketball Mania Event 11/18 image Brush Basketball Mania Event 11/18

The Brush Basketball programs would like to invite students, staff and the community to the BRUSH BASKETBALL Mania Event Friday November 18th at 6pm in Welser Gym. This will be a great family friendly event and is a FREE event that will showcase the Brush Boys and Girls basketball programs as well as the Memorial Jr. High School 8th grade teams. Scrimmages by Arc Basketball Club as well as the YMCA Jr. Cavs teams, performances with the Brush High School Varsity Cheerleading Squad as well as the Brush Arcettes are sure to make this a great night! Hosted by DJ Ryan Wolf the official DJ for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The Cleveland Browns, and Z107.9 this night is not one to miss!

Go Arcs!

Boys Basketball Coach Chet Mason

Girls Basketball Head Coach Demarris Winters

 
Winter Sports Parent Meeting/Recruiting Night November 10 image Winter Sports Parent Meeting/Recruiting Night November 10
Brush Athletics will be hosting OHSAA Winter Sports Parent Meeting on November 10th at 6pm in Welser Gym. The meeting is for all winter sports athletes and parents. Following the parent meeting we will be hosting Frank Dorazio from Dynamite Sports, he will be giving a presentation regarding college recruiting "The Student-Athlete & College Recruiting." This will be for all athletes and parents in grades 8-12 interested in college athletics.  
Arcs Look to End Season on High Note image Arcs Look to End Season on High Note

Despite a strong effort from Quarterback Godwin Joe, who went 11-23 with 159 and a touchdown, the Arcs could not knock off Chardon, falling to the Hilltoppers by a score of 49-28.

Brush drops to 4-5, and 4-2 in the conference, while Chardon improves to 9-0, and 6-0 in the conference.

Along with the impressive attack through the air, Joe also totaled 86 rushing yards and two touchdowns on eight attempts. This game brings his total to 1000 passing yards and 500 rushing yards on the year, one of three quarterbacks in the area to do so. Christian Wright added 112 rushing yards and a touchdown on 23 attempts. This game brings his season total up to 1850 yards.

Brush started off the game hot, getting huge runs from Wright and Joe to continue their opening drive. This leads to a 10-yard Joe rushing touchdown that gave the Arcs a 7-0 lead. However, Chardon would respond with a long drive where they attacked the Arcs on the ground, ending the drive with a 4th and goal QB sneak to make it a 7-7 game.

 
Arcs Cruise Past Rangers Behind Wright’s Big Night image Arcs Cruise Past Rangers Behind Wright’s Big Night

Christian Wright once again excels as he racks up 286 rushing yards and six total touchdowns, as he helps leads the Brush Arcs to a 48-20 victory against the Eastlake North Rangers.

Brush goes 4-4 on the season, and 4-1 in the conference, while North drops to 3-5, and 2-3 in the conference.

When asked about this game, Wright said “It felt good…we’re continuing our playoff push and we needed this win.”

In terms of passing, Godwin Joe went 8-17 for 156 yards. On the defensive side, the Arcs got a huge effort from nose tackle Tyrone Chambers. On his game, Chambers said “It was a good game… I just helped my team as best as I could… We kept a good head… It was a good win for us.”

 
Arcs Rumble to Homecoming Victory  image Arcs Rumble to Homecoming Victory

Thanks to another record-setting game for running back Christian Wright, who stuffed the stat sheet with 398 yards and six touchdowns on 33 attempts, the Arcs were able to pick up a 48-35 victory against Riverside in Brush’s homecoming game.

The Arcs improve to 3-4, and 3-1 in the conference, while the Beavers drop to 3-4, and 1-3 in the conference. On this game and his overall season, Wright said “It just feels surreal… I just want to do it for my team and change the culture at Brush around… I want to go to the playoffs, that’s the main goal.”

 
Christian Wright Nominated for JJ Huddle Athlete of Week image Christian Wright Nominated for JJ Huddle Athlete of Week
Be sure to vote for Christian Wright for Athlete of the Week! The voting is live now and runs until October 24.  
Senior Night October 21 @ Football  image Senior Night October 21 @ Football
Seniors and family should meet Mr. Murphy (Athletic Director) under the Korb Field scoreboard at 6:20pm, we will start the presentation at 6:35pm. Seniors being honored Friday night will be from Football, Cheerleading, Student Trainers, Arcettes, and Band. Seniors should have received two complimentary tickets from coach/director. All other family members or parties attending on behalf of the seniors will pay for a general admission ticket ($6).            
Arcs Football Ranks #2 With Seven D1 Athletes  image Arcs Football Ranks #2 With Seven D1 Athletes
In a recent News-Herald article, Brush had the third most football players at the next level amongst area public high schools and the second most in the area with seven athletes playing D1 BCS level. Brush has sent 20+ players to the Division I ranks in school history including Jim Laughlin, Roy Hall and Marcel Frost to Ohio State along with Chad Banderia to Kent State and Don Paltani to Purdue. The current group is led by RS Senior Pharaoh Brown, who made his return to the playing field after a horrific injury in 2015, he was named to the Mackey Award Watch List during the summer.  
News-Herald Players of the Year image News-Herald Players of the Year
Brush Arcs have six News-Herald Players of the Year in school history, the most recent was Trenton Miller in Bowling (2015). The list also includes Heather Conger (2006, XC), Roy Hall (2001, Basketball), Nate Tait (2009, Basketball), David Antonelli (2000, Soccer), and Greg Shepka (2004, Soccer) 
Position Open for 7th/8th Girls Basketball Coach  image Position Open for 7th/8th Girls Basketball Coach
We're currently looking for a 7th/8th Girls Basketball coach at Memorial Junior High. Anyone interested in the position should contact AD Mike Murphy (murphym@sel.k12.oh.us). 
Riverside Preview  image Riverside Preview
Check this week's preview for football against Riverside.    
Prep Hoops Ohio Articles image Prep Hoops Ohio Articles
Congrats to sophomores DJ and Andre Harris on their offers from Kent State this past weekend. Check out recent Prep Hoops Ohio articles done on both players. Boys Basketball opens their 2016-2017 season at home against  
Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Fall in the Midst of Controversy to Mayfield  image Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Fall in the Midst of Controversy to Mayfield

Despite a record setting game for running back Christian Wright, who totaled 377 yards and three touchdowns on 33 carries, the Arcs were unable to get a victory over rival Mayfield, the score being 45-41.

Brush drops to 2-4, and 2-1 in the conference, while the Wildcats improve to 3-3, and 2-1 in the conference.

Along with Christian’s monster game, Quarterback Godwin Joe ran the ball 20 times for 112 yards and a touchdown. In the air, Joe went 8-for-24 with 135 yards and a touchdown.

 
Arc Weekly Review September 29th Edition  image Arc Weekly Review September 29th Edition
Check out the Arc Weekly Review for the latest in Brush Athletics news. 
Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Quick Start Key to Success  image Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Quick Start Key to Success

On the back of another big game from Christian Wright, who had 212 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts, the Brush Arcs were able to take down the Willoughby South Rebels by a score of 41-20.

The Arcs improves to 2-3, and 2-0 in the conference, while South drops to 2-3, and 1-1 in the conference.

On his huge game, Christian Wright said, “It felt great. This was a big game, and we got this huge conference win.”

 
News-Herald Articles image News-Herald Articles
Check out this article on the Arcs two-game winning streak in the Monday edition of the News-Herald. Along with the article from the game on Friday night against the South Rebels.  
Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Win WRC Opener at Madison  image Tyler Johnson's Corner: Arcs Win WRC Opener at Madison

Thanks to a huge game from the offense, gathering 476 total offensive yards, the Arcs were able to get their first victory of the year and start conference play undefeated, beating the Madison Blue Streaks 37-12.

Brush improves to 1-3, and 1-0 in the conference, while the Blue Streaks drop to 1-3, and 0-1 in the conference.

 
Arc Weekly Review (9/5-9/9) image Arc Weekly Review (9/5-9/9)
Check out the Arc Weekly Review for the latest in Brush Athletics news.  
Tennis Pairs Together WRC Wins  image Tennis Pairs Together WRC Wins
In the past week, the Girls Varsity tennis team put together two victories over WRC Schools (Madison, North). Most recently defeating Madison, 3-2, the Arcs won both doubles matches in straight sets with the final match coming down to senior Leah Fox, who won her match in straight sets to clinch the match for the Arcs.  
Winters Named Girls Basketball Coach  image Winters Named Girls Basketball Coach

Demarris Winters has been named the new Girls Basketball Head Coach at Brush High School.

Winters, 1998 graduate of Brush High School, just recently finished his third season as the Head Coach at Richmond Heights High School. In his three seasons at Richmond Heights he finished with a 51-24 record. He also spent three seasons as the Middle School Girls Basketball coach at Richmond Heights.

 
2015-2016 Highlights image 2015-2016 Highlights
Check out the highlights from 2015-2016 school year in athletics. 
National Signing Day
News-Herald Article
http://www.news-herald.com/sports/20170201/high-school-football-brushs-tyrone-chambers-switches-from-minnesota-to-toledo
TEDx Talk
National Signing Day
OHSAA Parent Meeting Powerpoint
Check out the OHSAA Preseason Parent Meeting Powerpoint. This document can also be found on Final Forms
Athletic Overview
2017 OIAAA-OHSAA Award of Excellence
2017 OIAAA Sportsmanship, Ethics & Integrity Award - Mike Murphy
2017 NEOIAAA MS AD of the Year - Jason Baxter
NEOIAAA Executive Committee - Mike Murphy  
2016 NEOIAAA Horizon Award - Jason Baxter
2011 NEIOAAA Horizon Award - Mike Murphy
Certified Athletic Administrator - Mike Murphy  
 
Athletic Program
  • Member of Western Reserve Conference 
  • 58 Athletic Teams
  • 700+ Student-Athletes (7-12)
  • Full-time Athletic Director and Assistant Athletic Director
  • Full-time Fitness and Wellness Coordinator 
  • Partner with University Hospital Sports Medicine 
Academics
  • 160 of  the Top 300 students academically at Brush with over 3.25 GPA are student-athletes
  • 11 of the Top 15 students academically at Brush participate in athletics
Facilities
  • 3,000-seat Korb Field, multi-use synthetic turf, renovated in 2014 
  • Korb Field has Digital Video Board installed in 2014 
  • New ArcFit Training Facility over 7,000-square feet, new turf training area
  • Major floor, paint renovations to Welser Gym in 2015
  • Recently opened coaches conference room with state-of-the-art technology
Opportunity
  • Currently have second most D1 Football student-athletes in News-Herald area
  • Current non-football athletes in Division I include Asya Reynolds (Track, Michigan State) and Cydnee Martin (Soccer, Georgia Southern)
Student Leadership
  • Annually attend OHSAA Student Leadership Conference at Ohio State University
  • In 2016, attended WRC and Jostens Leadership Conference
  • In process of developing student-athlete leadership curriculum
Tradition
  • Three former Brush coaches currently reside in sports Hall-of-Fame (John Scramling, Rich Hagen and Jim Humpal)
  • Only seven athletic director in 90-year athletics history
  • 1985 Baseball Team finished state runner-up
  • Nine Arcs have played professional baseball including former Cy Young winner Steve Stone
  • Boys Soccer boasts 13th most wins in OHSAA history
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