Grenville’s Ted Ginn Sr. Receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Ted Ginn Sr., Cleveland Grenville’s head football coach since 1997, will be honored with the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards.

Cleveland — then Leads Cleveland Grenville High School to its first football state championshiphead coach Ted Ginn Sr. will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards next month.

Jin will receive the award presented by Union Home Mortgage at next month’s awards ceremony at Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland on January 25, 2023.The event is hosted by the former cleveland browns Left tackle Joe Thomas.

After becoming Grenville’s head coach in 1997, Jin transformed the Turbladders into one of the most nationally recognized programs in high school football. Grenville, who coaches Ginn before enjoying his 14-year NFL career, played for Ohio State University from 2004 to 2007 as his wide receiver and kicking returner for his son Ted Ginn. The college has produced several his football and his NFL players, including juniors. .

Other former Turbula loaders include 2006 Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith, National Championship-winning quarterback Cardale Jones, 2017 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year Marshon Lattimore, and three-time Pro Bowl safety Donte Whitner. will be

Grenville has been a nationally known program since the early 2000s, but it was in this season that the Turbula Roaders won their first state title, beating Wyoming 26-6 in the Division IV State Championship game. rice field. With this win, Grenville became the first school in Cleveland Her Metropolitan School District to win a state championship in football during the playoff era.

In addition to his efforts on the field, Jin has been praised for his efforts and coaching since then. Gin Gakuenis a boys’ high school for urban youth in the Cleveland metropolitan area.

Past winners of the Greater Cleveland Sports Awards Lifetime Achievement Award include:

  • 2002 – Jim Brown, former running back, Cleveland Browns
  • 2003 – Mark H. McCormack, Founder, International Management Group (IMG)
  • 2004 – Bob Feller, former pitcher, Cleveland Indians
  • 2005 – Richard Jacobs, former owner, Cleveland Indians
  • 2006 – Herb Score, former pitcher and announcer, Cleveland Indians
  • 2007 – Joe Tate, former broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2008 – Chuck Kyle, Head Football Coach, St. Ignatius High School
  • 2009 – Bob Kane, former CEO, IMG
  • 2010 – Dr. John A. Bergfeld. MD, Senior Orthopedic Surgeon and Team Physician, Cleveland Clinic
  • 2011 – Reggie Rucker, former wide receiver, Cleveland Browns
  • 2012 – Austin Kerr, former guard and current broadcaster, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2013 – Bernie Corser, former quarterback, Cleveland Browns
  • 2014 – Tom Hamilton, Sportscaster and Announcer, Cleveland Indians
  • 2015 – Jim Donovan, radio and television personality, WKYC & Cleveland Browns
  • 2016 – Mike Hargrove, former first baseman and manager, Cleveland Indians
  • 2017 – Zydrunas Ilgauskas, former center, Cleveland Cavaliers
  • 2018 – Sandy Alomar Jr., coach, former catcher, Cleveland Indians
  • 2019 – Dolan Family, Owner, Cleveland Indians
  • 2021 – CC Sabathia, pitcher, Cleveland Indians

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