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Smith did not play in 2018. Lettered three years at Harrison, where he was team captain, team MVP and third-team All-Ohio as a senior. He scored 37 touchdowns, with more than 80 catches and 5,000 all-purpose yards in his high school career, and holds school season records for most kick returns for touchdowns (four), return yardage (650) and longest kick return (95 yards).

Brunner, a linebacker, was a 2018 Butler team captain and second-team All-Pioneer Football League selection at linebacker and long snapper. He played 11 games in 2018, making 83 unassisted tackles and 55 assists, including two sacks. Brunner twice had 12 tackles in a game – Sept. 29 vs. Morehead State and Nov. 17 vs. Davidson.

Vanluit played on one game for the Tigers as a freshman.

Weber played six games for the Tigers, carrying 24 times for 76 yards and catching two passes for 22 yards.

Banks, a linebacker, played in four games for the Panthers, with a tackle and three assists.

Young played in eight games for the Knights, completing eight of nine passes for 16 yards and a touchdown.

Nowlin, a forward, scored three goals in 19 games for the Panthers in 2018. In three years she has scored four goals in 42 games.

Kreimer, a midfield/back, has played in 45 games in three seasons, and has two assists as a sophomore.

Harrison grads showcase athletic talent at several colleges, universities

An update on how former Harrison High School student-athletes are performing in college. 

This showcase is the first in a series.

While serving in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1950 during the Korean War, Pfc. William B. Baugh died after falling on a grenade and saving his comrades from serious injury or possible death. Baugh, who moved to Harrison when he was 10, was given the Medal of Honor. A portion of Harrison Avenue is being named the Medal of Honor Recipient Pfc. William B. Baugh Memorial Parkway in his honor. 

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Medal of Honor recipient remembered by older brother

 

Almost 69 years after William Baugh died saving his comrades by falling on a grenade, his big brother is happy to know that William hasn’t been forgotten. 

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