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List Of Ohio High School Athletic Association Championships - Past Team State Champions - Winter Sports - Wrestling - Tournament
... Clyde Aurora 1994 Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit Garfield Heights Sandusky St ... Oregon Cardinal Stritch Pataskala Licking Heights 1984 Lakewood St ... Edward Barnesville Richmond Heights 1983 Lakewood St ...
Bedford, Ohio - History
... (Bedford Township existed as a government until 1951, when the city of Bedford Heights, the village of Oakwood, and the village of Walton Hills were established ... The village of Maple Heights left Bedford Township in 1915.) 1915 - The village of Maple Heights splits from Bedford Township, In 1932 Maple Heights achieves city status. 1951 - The villages of Bedford Heights and Oakwood are established, splitting off from Bedford Township ...
Garfield Heights, Ohio - Surrounding Communities
... Ohio, United States County seat Cleveland Cities Bay Village Beachwood Bedford Bedford Heights Berea Brecksville Broadview Heights Brook Park Brooklyn Cleveland Cleveland Heights East Cleveland Euclid Fairview Park ...
Maple Heights, Ohio - Surrounding Communities
... Garfield Heights Cleveland, Warrensville Heights Garfield Heights Bedford Heights Maple Heights Valley View Walton Hills Bedford ...
Maple Heights High School
... Maple Heights High School is a public high school located in Maple Heights, Ohio, southeast of Cleveland, Ohio ... television cable TV program entitled Maple Schools Today, which ran on several Cleveland Ohio cable outlets from 1984 through 2002 ...

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    This monument, so imposing and tasteful, fittingly typifies the grand and symmetrical character of him in whose honor it has been builded. His was “the arduous greatness of things done.” No friendly hands constructed and placed for his ambition a ladder upon which he might climb. His own brave hands framed and nailed the cleats upon which he climbed to the heights of public usefulness and fame.
    Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)

    Her teacher’s certainty it must be Mabel
    Made Maple first take notice of her name.
    She asked her father and he told her, “Maple
    Maple is right.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)