Brunswick Girls Varsity Bowling

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Weightlifting Summer Camp

Photo Courtesy: endlessnovel Brunswick High School is pleased to offer the Summer Strength & Conditioning Camp for 9-12th grade student athletes. This camp is a summer long focus on maximizing athletic potential. Athletes can expect to have a perfect launch off point to start your fall sports season in midseason stride. It is also an outstanding opportunity

Winter Coaches of the Year

Obtained From Medina Gazette Gazette Coaches of the Year Winter Coach of the Year Joe Mackey   Wrestling Mike Koshar Personal: Koshar , 49, is single and resides in Brunswick. Education: Koshar graduated from Brunswick in 1983 and earned a bachelor’ s degree in marketing in 1987 from John Carroll University, where he also picked

All Gazette Girls Bowling Team

Obtained From Medina Gazette All Gazette Team Makayla Baker Class: Senior Highlights: Led Medina County in two-game series (426). … Fifth in area in average (175.6). … Seventh in county in high game (223). …. Rolled 528 three-game series (179-170-179) at Division I state tournament. …. Carded 536 three-game series at Lorain District. … Added

Boys Return to State, Baker Becomes Third Female Ever

Obtained From Medina Gazette By: Paul Heyse LORAIN — The Brunswick boys bowling team earned its second straight trip to Columbus with a second-place finish Sunday at the Lorain Division I District. The Blue Devils deadlocked Nordonia at 4,083 pins, which forced a sudden-death, twoframe roll-off at Rebman Rec. The Knights’ Ryan Liederbach defeated senior

Bator dominates with school-record 757 series, Girls advance too

obtained from Medina Gazette By: Paul Heyse NORTH RIDGEVILLE — Brunswick advanced both of its bowling teams to districts Sunday with second-place finishes at the Lorain Division I Sectional at Brunswick Zone. In a clash of state powers, Olmsted Falls held off defending sectional champion Brunswick 4,399-4,333 for the boys title. The Bulldogs were second