You know, dailey1227, high school sports are more than just football and basketball. And it's more than beating one team that counts, it's how you do against all the teams. I would say the Scene readers picked the correct winner in this category.
Urban isn't an SEC alum... He only attended Cincinnati and Ohio State
I've never known it as anything else but MAYhall's.
Oh please. Ignatius? While it would be easy to say that ST. Ed's has the better programs, this past year it has been Mentor. I love when the public schools beat the privates and Mentor did it in football and basketball.
(and Kent too...)
im 15 now but i train every day and want to train for the ufc with him how much does it cost?
I love this place! It's close, convenient, classy, and comfortable! Brand new equipment, great trainers, it's got everything I need.
I'm a die-hard ADDICT to this gym. I've worked out for the last 14 years in a regular gym, but this Crossfit Gym.....made me realize I've never REALLY worked out before.
Thanks for calling attention to this beautiful natural area only a short drive from Cleveland. This is an excellent time of year to observe migrating birds and other wildlife at the marsh. A couple corrections, first the address of the Mentor Marsh House is 5185 Corduroy Rd. Second, the reclamation projects in the marsh continue but it is far too soon to say the invasive phragmites has been "fought off". In fact this invasive still dominates the marsh due to salt contamination from a brine dump built in the 1960's. Recently that dump has become the attention of clean-up efforts. All are encouraged to contact your elected state leaders to encourage them to expedite this.
Tom Rapini, Mentor Marsh Board
Um ... we got Shin-Soo Choo for Ben Broussard. You can remember this with the handy rhyme:
Gets the wazoo
While Benny Broo
Is traded for Choo
Carlos Santana was arguably an even BIGGER fleecing from the DODGERS for CASEY EFFING BLAKE.
I am one of the moms that Sean coaches and I so look forward to our weekly training. Sean is a superior coach: he teaches skills that build upon one another in an intelligent way so that players have a better understanding of the play of the game. He is equal parts fun and studious dedication -- we thoroughly enjoy our training while improving our skills. Three cheers for Coach Sean!
i m cristina i want to say if We've witnessed shoving matches between women. We've seen opponents and teammates bark at each other. We've seen bruised joints, scraped skin and blown ligaments
Mr. Sullivan is awesome! He is the one who started me playing soccer, and I haven't stopped yet.
The world needs more dedicated, honest, professional and caring people like Sean. It is such a great thing he does to dedicate so much of his time to the youth of the Cleveland area. Congratulations Sean!
FANTASTIC!! How does one get ESPN's attention, by-the-way?? Well done, Sean! Well DONE!
Sean's awesome. I am one of the Mom's he coaches and we love training with Sean. He also has a hand in coaching both my kids. We have been very pleased with his coaching style but also his committment to the nutritional health of our youth. He has promoted eating fruits as snack and drinking water to rehydrate. In this world full of packaged foods it is refreshing to see fresh fruits and water out on his soccer fields. It speaks to Seans dedication to the wellness of the whole child and the community. Thanks and Cleveland Heights is lucky to have him.
Awwwww yeah! Thats what Im talkin about!
I LOVE THE BRRG!!!!
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