Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Post an announcement or photo on Patch to let us know if your student-athlete has made plans for college.
National Signing Day on Wednesday, Feb. 6, is a big day for many student-athletes, and we would love for you to share their accomplishments on Twinsburg Patch. For some high school senior athletes, it's a day they make their college plans official. It's something to take pride in, and we would love to help parents, coaches and athletic directors spread the word. Patch has several ways in which you can share the news about student-athletes from Twinsburg High School. Start spreading the news today on Patch!
Monday, September 17, 2012
Whether the song is played over a loud speaker or by a marching band, Patch wants to know.
Inhale, exhale. Yep, it smells like fall, and with fall comes football. People everywhere are flocking to football games, whether they be junior varsity, high school, college or professional. At all these games, some form of music is played — maybe over the loud speaker or by a marching band. So Patch wants to know: What is your favorite song to hear at a football game? Is it the "Hey" song or maybe "Hang on Sloopy?" Tell us in the comments and on Friday, we'll post a Spotify playlist with all your favorite football tunes.
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Now that it is official, what do you think about the Ohio State Buckeyes hiring the former Florida Gators coach?
Less than 24 hours ago, the sporting world's worst kept secret became a reality when The Ohio State University named Urban Meyer as the new head coach for the Buckeyes football team. Some sources said this was a done deal a week ago, even though Meyer denied it. But now it's official. Meyer, 47, was a graduate assistant with the Buckeyes in the 80s before he was the head coach for programs such as Bowling Green, Utah, and most notably Florida. Meyer took the Gators to two national championships (including one in 2006 against the Buckeyes). He left the University of Florida in January 2011 to take time off for health reasons.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Matt Weller was received the high honor after his stellar performance for the Ohio University Bobcats this weekend