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Obtained from Post Newspaper Returning scorers have Brunswick poised for breakout season By DAN BROWN The Post sports writer |  Posted: Wednesday, January 7, 2015 3:00 am BRUNSWICK — With all of its top scorers back from a team that came as close as it can get to advancing to districts, expectations are high for

No. 11 Brunswick boys basketball downs Hudson, 54-36

Obtained from By Northeast Ohio Media Group staff on January 06, 2015 9:11 PM BRUNSWICK, Ohio — Zach Cebula scored 13 points for the Brunswick boys basketball team Tuesday in a 54-36 win against visiting Hudson. Isaac MacGillis led the Explorers with 11 points while Kyle Ator added eight. Kevin Simmons and Nate Armagost scored

Blue Devils jump to 38-3 halftime lead in win over Mustangs

Obtained from Medina Gazette Albert Grindle The Gazette BRUNSWICK — Highlighted by some dude wearing a full-body costume that looked eerily similar to raunchy movie character “Ted,” the members of the Brunswick student section couldn’t contain themselves. They knew the opportunity would never present itself again, so, naturally, they let ’er rip. “You have one

Brunswick wrestling wins 2nd straight North Coast Classic

Obtained from By Michael Fitzpatrick, Special to Northeast Ohio Media Group on December 13, 2014 10:55 PM INDEPENDENCE, Ohio — Winning is getting to be a habit for the Brunswick wrestling team. For the second straight week the Blue Devils took home a team championship, and for the second straight year they won the North Coast Classic crown.

Smothering defense carries No. 11 Brunswick boys basketball past John Hay

Obtained From By Joe Magill, Special to Northeast Ohio Media Group on January 03, 2015 10:48 PM  GARFIELD HEIGHTS, Ohio–Nate Armogast scored 14 points to lead 11 Brunswick players in the scoring column Saturday as the Blue Devils dominated John Hay, 67-37, in the Scholastic Play-By-Play Classic at Garfield Heights High School. Brunswick, 8-0

Juguilon leads Devils back to prominence

CENTER PIECE OF GREAT SENIOR CLASS PUTS BRUNSWICK ON SOCCER MAP By TODD STUMPF The Post sports editor | Article obtained from The Post The resurgence of Brunswick’s girls soccer program can be summed up in three games over the past two seasons. During the 2013 and 14 seasons, the Blue Devils were 2-0-1 against

Girls’ Bowling wins 2nd tournament victory

The Brunswick High School Girls’ Bowling team left it all in the lanes this weekend at the Ravenna Invitational. The girls were first place going into the round robin. High Games from: Amanda Ohler 219 and 190 Emily Skonier 210 Megan Zipp 188 Makayla Baker 188 Solid all around performance from all the girls! The

Kyle Hotz named Gazette soccer MVP for renewed focus, fitness

Written by Dan Brown Article obtained from Medina Gazette Brunswick senior Kyle Hotz is the 2014 Gazette MVP for boys soccer. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE PHOTO ILLUSTRATION) Kyle Hotz knew something had to change. After a five-goal junior season in which he struggled to stay on the pitch for long periods of time, the Brunswick forward

No. 10 Brunswick football scores 35 points in 1st quarter of win against Normandy

Article obtained from By Joe Magill, Special to Northeast Ohio Media Group on September 26, 2014 10:36 p.m. BRUNSWICK, Ohio —  Brunswick’s football team rebounded from last week’s loss to No. 1 Hudson by scoring 35 in the first quarter Friday in a 42-0 shutout of Normandy in Northeast Ohio Conference crossover play. Quarterback Steven

Being a Good Sport Ranks as the Top “Fun” Factor in Study of Youth Sports

Article obtained from Media Contact: Kathy Fackelmann,, 202-994-8354 WASHINGTON, DC (July 10, 2014) — If you think winning is one of the key determinants that makes organized sports fun for kids think again: Winning along with other mental bonuses ranked near the bottom of 81 determinants of fun, each of which falls into one