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Spring Sports Highlight: Brandon Arnold

Brandon attended Lincoln PK-8. He played football and baseball at WGH. His favorite food is chicken and he enjoys watching football games on TV. Brandon’s most memorable high school moment was, “finding out I will never take another class in the building again because of the Corona virus”.  

Spring Sports Spotlight: Cullen Faulk

Cullen attended the Lincoln PK-8 school. He played soccer, ran indoor and outdoor track, cross country and played freshman basketball. His favorite food is a meatball sub and he enjoys watching the TV series LOST. Cullen’s favorite high memories are listening to poetry presentations in Mr. Melillo’s class playing for the band in every football

Spring Sports Spotlight: Michelle Stanton

Michelle attended Lincoln PK-8 and has played soccer, tennis and softball for WGH.  Her favorite food is garlic noodles (yummy!). Michelle does not have a favorite TV show and her favorite high school memory was the senior soccer recognition.  

Spring Sports Highlight: Taylor Baughman

Taylor attend the Jefferson PK-8 and has played softball and golf for WGH. Taylor is a huge fan of chicken nuggets and enjoys watching The Gilmore Girls. Her fav high school memory was playing both golf and softball AND making new friends on her teams.  

Spring Sport Spotlight: Karlie Heilman

Karlie played softball, tennis, basketball and soccer for WGH. She attended Lincoln PK-8 and enjoys watermelon! Her favorite TV show is Quantico. Karlie’s favorite high school memory was either hitting a home run against Salem or the time Ms. Sirney allowed her to walk with the wood slapper for band senior night!    

Spring Sport Spotlight: Jordan Brantley

Senior track athlete Jordan Brantley (also played football) attended WCSD Jefferson PK-8 and Willard PK-8. Jordan’s favorite food is pizza, he enjoys all TV shows and his favorite high school memory is running high school  track.  

4.20.20: Lighting up Mollenkopf Stadium for the Class of 2020

A nationwide initiative to light up high school stadiums to honor the class of 2020 was held on April 20 at 8:20 PM. The significance of the start time was in military time 8:20 PM is 20:20 PM, therefore the class of 2020! Many cars showed up decorated in black and gold balloons,many car horns

Light up Mollenkopf: 4-20-20

To honor the senior class of 2020 a statewide initiative from the Ohio High School Athletic Association is asking all Ohio school stadiums to turn on their stadium lights tonight (April 20) @ 8:20 PM for 20 minutes. The symbolism of the the 8:20 PM start  is in military time that is 20:20 PM (the

Spring and Fall Sports Update

Ohio High School Commissioner Jerry Snodgrass announced the mandated no contact order has been extended through May 1. This is to assist the Governor’s “stay at home order”, to prohibit coaches from privately meeting with student-athletes AND to put all schools on an equal level relative to future competitive opportunities. The non-contact regulation was never