St. Edward defeats Amherst High School, 9-2, on Saturday.
Correction: The Eagles will square off in the district semi-finals. The St. Edward High School hockey team has done it again. This time, the Eagles beat Amherst High School, 9-2, to qualify for the district semi-final, reported cleveland.com. According to the report, the Eagles (21-13-2), took an early lead and never looked back at the John M. Coyne Recreation Center in Brooklyn. St. Edward will square off Wednesday against either Brecksville-Broadview Heights or Holy Name.
Longtime Eagles coach set to be inducted into the Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame.
Greg Urbas took over as St. Edward High School wrestling coach in 1989, following the untimely death of his predecessor, Howard Ferguson. More than 22 years and 15 state championships later, Urbas is one of three people in the state who will be inducted in the Ohio High School Wrestling Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame this season. It’s been quite a career for Urbas, who, before taking the head coach post, was Ferguson’s assistant coach for 11 years. “I am very thankful to have had the opportunities to be associated with St. Edward High School as a teacher and a coach,” he said. “I feel very blessed.” Urbas is expected to officially get the honor at the state tournament in March — where he hopes to have at least a few grapplers …