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So, 3 of the top 5 are undoubtedly Glenville (if we’re talking just the last 50 years, they’re probably #1), Moeller, and St. Ignatius. I just can’t figure out the fourth and fifth.
The Middies of Middletown
Middletown has to be one of them
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Maybe I missed them in the list... St. Edward's out of Lakewood, Ohio? I know they have a ton of wrestling championships and they're pretty good in football too!
The Eagles check in at #15, trailing the Wildcats of Saint Ignatius High School, as usual.
Best bets, just considering decent programs and size, are Fitch, Buchtel, to round out the 3 you mention. I guess lesser powers but populous schools would Kettering (consolidated?), Fairfield, Middletown, Lorain. Whatever they are it will be interesting that they’re either in the top 5 or not in the top 100. I guess that either makes me pretty smart or pretty obviously not.
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If Nuge was 2nd team All Ohio as a kicker, who the hell was 1st team?
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Warren Harding is No. 10 so you need to figure out two.
edit-I would think one would be a Columbus school, maybe two.
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I see 4 kickers and a punter who made their way from Centerville to OSU. Even if most of them besides Nugent didnt contribute much, that’s still dam impressive for one school. They also produced a couple of important cogs in the championship seasons of 02 and 14.
How long until your alma mater is featured:
Dam Matt, you mean Steubenville made the list twice, awesome. Lol
Edit: I know you were responding to some poster above.
Oops, I misremembered a statement you had the other day. That team will be featured very soon.
Sir, with all the info you put together for this series a little oops here and there is to be expected. I really have enjoyed this series, thanks for helping get us through the offseason.
How could I have forgotten the great Coach Gregg and the Elks...shame on me.
Centerville gave THE Saint Ignatius High School a whale of a battle in the 1991 state title game. Great article on that Elks team:
For selfish reasons, I keep waiting on CVille to pump out that next great Elk that will become that next great Buckeye, let's go!
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