Golden Bears ran away with a rain-soaked victory Friday
night, September 21st vs the Thomas Worthington Cardinals.
Upper Arlington dominated the game, racking up over
400 yards rushing in the 45-7 victory.
win gets the Bears off to a great start in the OCC Central
Division, but also it was Head Football Coach Mike
Golden's 200th career victory. In 24 years as a
coach, Mike Golden is 200-75.
Golden is pictured above receiving the game ball from
Boys Athletic Director and Assistant Football Coach
Jackson Finfrock, #12 Jackson Pfister, #78 Nate
Jones, #13 Sam Wheeler, and #33 Chase Greenlee celebrate
Finfrock 44 yards TD reception Friday night vs the
Thomas Worthington Cardinals.
Lewis Hughes breaks away from Cardinals defenders
Friday night. Hughes lead the Bears with 171 yards
rushing, and 1 TD.
Coach Moorehead and players from the 1968State
Championship Golden Bear Football Team.
1956 - 1970, Marv Moorehead turned Upper
Arlington into the top football program in Ohio.
His last six teams' records were 57-1 (the only
loss to the #1 team); ranked in the top 5 in Ohio
each year in Division I; and won 3 consecutive
State Championships before retiring at age 39.
important to Coach Moorehead than wins and losses,
was transforming his players to become "better
boys." Psychologists insist a boy cannot
become a man without a mentor who teaches him
how to become a man.
Coach Moorehead mentored hundreds of impressionable
young men teaching them Life's lessons helping
to form their "moral compass" to become
Morgan, UAHS Class of 1967, has compiled several
of Coach Moorehead's lessons and inspirational
messages into one document.