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The Lorain City Schools championship athletic program provides student-athletes with opportunities to excel on and off the field. Our coaches focus on developing high-performance athletes by instilling a positive mentality about competing and supporting each other, on and off the field, while establishing a solid culture of dedication and encouragement for all levels to value the process of winning and improvement. 

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The bottom line? The mark of a Titan student-athlete comes down to character, leadership, and sportsmanship. These qualities will help our students prevail not only on the court and field but also in facing any challenge in their lives. 

Athletic opportunities available to our students include:

  • FALL | Cheer, Cross Country Track, Football, Golf, Soccer, Volleyball
  • WINTER | Basketball, Bowling, Cheer, Wresting
  • SPRING |Baseball, Softball, Track

Learn more about the Lorain Titans including photos, schedules and updates about our athletes all year long.

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Lorain Athletics 

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Athletic Department
Lorain High School 
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Secretary | Rebecca Miksa

Athletic Director | Bryan Koury

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Bryan Koury has been the Director of Athletics for Lorain City Schools since 2006. He graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1997 and returned to his alma mater, Admiral King High School, as an art teacher and coach. After five years as an assistant boys’ basketball coach, he was hired as the head boys’ basketball coach at Southview High School. Bryan was then hired as the Athletic Director of Lorain City Schools, responsible for the athletic programs at high school and middle schools. 

Bryan earned his Master of Education in Classroom Instruction from Ashland University.  In 2013, he earned his Certified Athletic Administrator (CAA) designation from the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association and his Certified Master Athletic Administrator (CMAA) designation. He and his wife, Andrea, have one son, Jordan.