Moeller High School

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Moeller High School, known as Moeller, is a private, all-male, college-preparatory high school in the suburbs of Cincinnati, in Hamilton County, Ohio.wikipedia
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Gerry Faust

Moeller's success under football head coach Gerry Faust led in part to an Ohio High School Athletic Association rule prohibiting out-of-state students from competing in sanctioned games (see Alerding v. Ohio High School Athletic Association).
From 1962 to 1980, Faust was the head football coach at Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, where he tallied a mark of 178–23–2 and won four mythical High School Football National Championships.

Barry Larkin

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The baseball team produced Major League Baseball players Barry Larkin, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Adam Hyzdu.
Larkin attended Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati.

Ken Griffey Jr.

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The baseball team produced Major League Baseball players Barry Larkin, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Adam Hyzdu.
He attended Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati (the same high school as his future teammate Barry Larkin), where he was the U.S high school baseball player of the year in 1987.

Alerding v. Ohio High School Athletic Association

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Moeller's success under football head coach Gerry Faust led in part to an Ohio High School Athletic Association rule prohibiting out-of-state students from competing in sanctioned games (see Alerding v. Ohio High School Athletic Association).
In the Cincinnati area, the new rule affected St. Xavier High School, Moeller High School, Summit Country Day School, Cincinnati Country Day School, and Seven Hills School, benefiting Northern Kentucky schools such as Covington Catholic High School.

John Boehner

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Boehner attended Cincinnati's Moeller High School and was a linebacker on the school's football team, where he was coached by future Notre Dame coach Gerry Faust.

Adam Hyzdu

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The baseball team produced Major League Baseball players Barry Larkin, Ken Griffey, Jr., and Adam Hyzdu.
Hyzdu attended Moeller High School in Cincinnati, where he broke Ken Griffey Jr.'s home run record (22) and led his team to win the state championship in 1989.

Montgomery, Ohio

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Archbishop Moeller High School was established in Fall 1958 when Archbishop Karl J. Alter appointed Monsignor Edward A. McCarthy and Brother Paul Sibbing, S.M., to supervise the planning and construction of a new high school near Montgomery, Ohio.
The city is also served by the private schools of Moeller High School for boys and Ursuline Academy for girls.

OHSAA Southwest Region athletic conferences

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Moeller High School's athletic teams – with the exception of boxing, skiing, and volleyball – are sanctioned by the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and compete in the Greater Catholic League South, along with Elder, St. Xavier and La Salle High Schools.

High School Football National Championship

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During the 1970s and 1980s, the football team won five national titles and many other championships.

Tom Raga

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A native of Cincinnati, Raga graduated from Moeller High School in 1984 and from Cornell University received a B.S. in agricultural economics.

Bill Long (baseball)

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Long was born in Cincinnati, United States and graduated from Moeller High School in Cincinnati.

Ohio High School Athletic Association

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Moeller's success under football head coach Gerry Faust led in part to an Ohio High School Athletic Association rule prohibiting out-of-state students from competing in sanctioned games (see Alerding v. Ohio High School Athletic Association). Moeller High School's athletic teams – with the exception of boxing, skiing, and volleyball – are sanctioned by the Ohio High School Athletic Association (OHSAA) and compete in the Greater Catholic League South, along with Elder, St. Xavier and La Salle High Schools.

Brent Suter

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Suter played high school baseball at Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, and college baseball at Harvard University.

Alex Wimmers

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Wimmers attended Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Ohio State University, where he played college baseball for the Ohio State Buckeyes baseball team.

Josh Duncan

After playing high school basketball at Moeller High School, in Cincinnati, Ohio, Duncan played 4 seasons of college basketball at the Xavier University, with the Xavier Musketeers.

Mike Sylvester

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Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Sylvester graduated from Moeller High School with All-American honors, and played college basketball at the University of Dayton.

Galbreath Field

Moeller's football team has formerly played home games at Galbreath Field in Kings Mills and the University of Cincinnati's Nippert Stadium before moving to Lockland Stadium in 2009.
The 7,000 -10,000 seat stadium (sources differ) was also the home of the Moeller High School Crusaders from 1980-2001 and the Kings High School Knights until Kings Stadium was built.

Henry K. Moeller

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Archbishop Alter named the school Archbishop Moeller High School to commemorate the fourth Archbishop of Cincinnati, Henry K. Moeller.
Archbishop Moeller High School, a parochial school near Cincinnati, Ohio, was named for Bishop Moeller.

Russ Huesman

A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Huesman played prep football at perennial power Moeller High School, where he lettered for four years under head coach Gerry Faust.

Len Matuszek

Matuszek attended Moeller High School in Cincinnati and led his Crusader baseball team to the Ohio State Championship, in 1972.