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Waite grad reaches coaching milestone — 300 wins
Written by Mark Griffin   
Thursday, 13 February 2014 15:06

It is safe to say that Joe Guerrero wouldn’t have had to wait this long to reach 300 career coaching victories if he’d had more teams like this year’s version.

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Joe Guerrero

Guerrero, the former boys basketball coach at Waite and Clay, is in his fifth season at Bowsher and has the Rebels sitting at 17-2 and ranked 10th in the state in Division I. The Rebels, who have scored more than 100 points in a game eight times this season, improved to 8-1 in the City League with Tuesday night’s 89-86 win over Rogers.

“This team plays together exceptionally well,” Guerrero said. “The system we’re running fits this team better than any other team I’ve had. We are athletic, we are fast and we can shoot. We shoot a lot of threes. We get up and down the floor and we press. We’re pretty much doing the same thing we did my first year at Clay. We scored 110 points that year against Bedford, and Bedford was pretty good.”

 
Nutter brothers to unite on Malone College’s gridiron
Written by Mark Griffin   
Thursday, 13 February 2014 15:04

Kyle and David Nutter gave opposing defenses fits when they were in the same offensive backfield together at Genoa High School.

Now, the Nutter brothers will have an opportunity to do the same thing in college. Kyle and David both signed letters of intent last Wednesday to play running back at Malone University in Canton.

“Playing with him in high school was the best time of my life,” said David, 17, a senior who is 10 months younger than Kyle. “We do everything together. He’s my best friend. To be able to play at the next level, it’s such a great opportunity. To play with your brother, it just doesn’t get better than that. It’s a dream come true.”

 
The Press Box-Week of 2/17/14
Written by J. Patrick Eaken   
Thursday, 13 February 2014 15:02

Five Clay athletes ink dotted line on college signing day

The original signing day for high school athletes committing to play college sports was postponed because of snow on a Wednesday two weeks ago.

The following Tuesday, five Clay senior athletes signed letters of intent to play at NCAA or NAIA colleges across the Midwest.

Brooke Gallaher will play softball for the Lourdes College (NAIA) Gray Wolves, distance runner Erin Gyurke will run cross country and track and field for the Ohio State University (NCAA Division I) Buckeyes, goalkeeper Alyssa Heintschel will play soccer for the Ball State University (NCAA D-I) Cardinals, quarterback Joshua Pennington will play football for the University of Findlay (NCAA D-II) Oilers, and Honnah Susor will play softball for the Wright State University (NCAA D-I) Raiders.

 
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