Bruce Moore's success as a youth has continued from playing on the All-Star Team that participated in the "Pony League World Series" in Washington, PA, finishing 3rd, to his present position as Phys. Ed & Health teacher and baseball & basketball coach at Ellet High School in Akron. All the stops in between have documented his ability as evidenced by awards and honors bestowed upon him, beginning at Central High School where he was All-City 3 years and All-State 1 year. He passed up a pro contract with the Philadelphia Phillies, opting instead for a scholarship at the University of Florida. There he received "All South Eastern Conference" honors as an infielder. He returned to the Akron area as a teacher & coach. During the next 10 years he competed in the AA League with such teams as the Krispy Kremes, John Brown's Winding Bar and the Airmatic Valves. He was a member of 6 All-Star teams, and on 12 championship teams. As Ellet High School's baseball coach his teams have won 8 city series titles and he was named "Akron City Coach of the Year" in 1992 and 1993.