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Their fans call it pop mosh in an attempt to define the blend of metal, hardcore and emo with a little bit of pop-punk thrown into the mix. This is what's created by A Day to Remember. Formed in 2003 in Ocala, Florida, Tom Denney, guitar player and Bobby Scruggs, drummer, enlisted Jeremy McKinnon as lead vocalist, Neil Westfall on rhythm guitar, Joshua Woodward on bass guitar. Writing and performing their own songs with their unique style, the band performed a series of live gigs to develop a following, before producing and releasing an EP, which they funded themselves.

Bobby Scruggs was replaced on drums by Alex Shelnutt soon after the release of their 2005 album, And Their Name Was Treason, released on the Indianola Records label. The record performed reasonably well - generating sales of over 8,000 copies - but the band felt that they could reach a wider audience, and so they decamped to Victory Records and in 2007 they released their second album, For Those Who Have Heart. This was followed in 2009 by Homesick and during the subsequent tour Tom Denney was replaced on lead guitar by Kevin Skaff, although he has continued to work on songwriting for the band. A Day to Remember produced What Separates Me From You in 2010, followed by Common Courtesy in 2013.

A Day to Remember has toured consistently throughout the United States, and in 2008 they embarked on their first tour of Australia and the UK. They quickly gained a reputation as a great festival band, having featured at Reading and Leeds and Download Festival . Appearances at Bamboozle in the US, and Soundwave in Australia have helped to cement that reputation, along with slots in European festivals such as Rock am Ring Park in Germany. A Day to Remember featured in the 2009 Warped Tour, which took in the USA and Canada.

What Separates Me From You was a highly commercially successful album for the band, storming straight into the American Billboard charts at number 11 and hitting the No. 1 spot in the UK rock charts. All I Want, the first single to be released from the album was the song which received the most plays on alternative radio during 2011. In the same year the band was named the MTV Buzzworthy Breakthrough Band of the Year.

Most Stolen Bases, Season (minimum 200) 1 246 Blanchester (2015) 2 227 Sheffield Brookside (2000) back to top   COACHING Wins, All-Time (minimum 500) 1 846 Don Thorp, Hebron Lakewood, 846-219 (1973-2010) 2 768 Ken Gray, Mason, 768-292 (1973-2013) 3 76 7 Mike Cameron, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, 767-304 (1969-2007) 4 760 Timothy Engleka, Centerville,760-307-5 (1964-2002) 5 750 Lou Brunswick, Coldwater,750-166 (1969-1993) 6 709 Rich Arbinger, Toledo Start (1976-2006) 7 697 Dennis T. Woods, Mentor Lake Catholic, Cleveland Heights, Glenville, 697-360 (1966-1974,1986-2016) 8 687 John Nelson, Lancaster Fairfield Union, 687-212 (1965-1999) 9 684 Doug Miller, Canton Central Catholic, 684-265 (1982-2015) 10 673 August Bossu, Cleveland Benedictine, 673-288 (1954-1994) 11 641 Tom Held, Defiance, Bryan, Elmwood, 641-142 (1988-2015) 12 606 Bruce Cahill, Tipp City Tippecanoe, 606-264 (1981-2015) 13 597 Frank Gamble, Massillon Perry, 597-366 (1972-2010) 14 596 Joe Gilhousen, Canton GlenOak & Massillon Washington, 596-320 (1973-2010) 1 5 662 Chuck Harlow, Clayton Northmont, (1982-2015) 1 6 555 Bruce Bagley, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place, 555-245 (1972-2007)  17 542 Dave King, Sidney Lehman Catholic (through 2015)   542 Scott Manahan, Columbus Bishop Watterson, Hamilton Township, Ontario, 542-238 (1986-2014)   542 Richard Meyer, Delaware Buckeye Valley, 542-198 (1950-1984) 20 530 Pat Hendershott, Wellston (1973, 1976-2006) 21 525 Dan Gorbett, Ontario, 525-271 (through 2015) 22 516 Tim Dunn, Cincinnati Country Day (1987-2015) 23 515 Richard "Lefty" Hall, Powhatan, 515-320 (1967) and St. Clairsville (1969-2001) 24 508 Tim Saunders, Dublin Coffman (through 2014)   508 Fred Heatherington, Steubenville (through 2014)   500 Jim Humpal, Lyndhurst Brush, 500-269 (1965-1992) back to top Chuck Harlow, Clayton Northmont, 559-252 (1982-2010) MISCELLANEOUS   Newark Catholic catcher Mitch Lohr played in 32 post-season tournament games, as the team went 31-1 in that span while winning three DIV state championships and finishing as runners-up in 2014. Lohr had no passed ball in those 32 games.


Neil westfall single

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