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An Historical Retrospective on Sports in Lorain, Ohio
A Lorain Sports Hall of Fame-sponsored book entitled “An Historical Retrospective on Sports in Lorain, Ohio” is now available. Please visit http://lorainsportshalloffame.com/an-historical-retrospective-on-sports/ for further details regarding availability. This book represents athletes that have been nominated but not yet inducted (among others). 55 years of history including athletes’ names, photographs, and Lorain Journal newspaper reports dating from 1900-1955. If you have any questions, please call Ted Driscol at 440-370-9017.
Posted October. 28, 2019
Posted Aug. 20, 2019
Nomination time for 2020 LSHOF enshrinement
Sept. 30, 2019, is the fast-approaching deadline for nominating Lorain athletes you think are worthy of induction into the Lorain Sports Hall of Fame. The nomination form is comprehensive and takes time to complete, so don’t wait. You can download rules and nomination forms at this link. The next enshrinement will take place in May 2020.
Posted Aug. 7, 2019
Posted July 21,2019
Lorain Schools TV20 presents LSHOF 2019 inductee images
LSHOF 50th ANNIVERSARY, 2019 ENSHRINEMENT BANQUET
The Lorain Sports Hall of Fame’s 50th Anniversary Class of 2019 Enshrinees was enshrined at the LSHOF banquet on May 11 at German’s Villa. Congratulations to all!
Here’s the news from the banquet in The Morning Journal’s May 12 edition …
Here’s 50th Anniversary Class of 2019 Enshrinees
The 2019 enshrinees are as follows:
- Theresa Feldkamp Brannen, Track, Amherst High School (2001), University of Michigan
- Jesse Hernandez, Bowling, Southview High School (1991)
- Ron Mantini, Basketball/Baseball, Lorain Catholic High School (1995), California University of Pennsylvania.
- Ricky Quiles, Boxing, Southview High School (1988)
- Roger Smith, Basketball/Football, Admiral King High School (1983), Ohio University
- Scott Zimmerman, Baseball, Admiral King (1984), Indiana University
- Chris Cowie, Track & Field, Lorain High (1968), Cleveland State University
- Victor Guerrieri, Basketball, Admiral King (1968), Oberlin College
- Larry Reardon, Basketball Official
- John Rositano, Basketball Coach
Admiral King High School Basketball 1979-1980
Posted Feb. 23, 2019
New looks: Museum photos & Yellow Brick Road
We’ve got a new gallery of photos previewing items in the LSHOF Museum collection — check it out here on our Museum page. In addition, the Museum page includes a link to the restored the Lorain High Yellow Brick Road photo section displaying historic pictures spanning more than a century of sports.
Posted Feb. 20, 2019
We’re Front Page news in the Morning Journal
Posted Feb. 2, 2019
Mmmm, Steak Fry on March 3
The Lorain Sports Hall of Fame will have a fundraiser steak fry on Sunday, March 3, 2019, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Amherst Eagles Aerie 1442 located at 1161 Milan Avenue in Amherst.
Dinner is $25 per ticket and includes a steak, baked potato, salad, roll, beverage and dessert — $5 of the ticket price goes for a 50/50 raffle. A basket raffle also will be held. Extra 50/50 tickets will be available for $5 each or three for $10.
Call Bambi Dillon for tickets or any questions at 440-989-6539.
Save Aug. 4th for LSHOF Golf Outing
Mark Sunday, Aug. 4, 2019, on your calendar for the Annual Golf Outing to benefit the Lorain Sports Hall of Fame. Watch here for details to come, or see our page on Facebook @LorainSportsHallofFame.
Posted Jan. 16, 2019
Ohio State saved by Hail Berry fourth-down catch
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — On the list of obvious Ohio State targets for a game-saving fourth-down play in overtime, Rashod Berry wouldn’t have made the top five of Buckeyes likely to be called upon Saturday. There’s running back J.K. Dobbins and H-backs K.J. Hill and Parris Campbell and receivers Terry McLaurin and Johnnie Dixon.
But then again, Berry, a 6-foot-4, 259-pound junior from Lorain, might be the best athlete on the Ohio State roster.
And then again, the quick throw to Berry that worked to save a win over Maryland is the closest thing Ohio State has to a go-to secret play in times of trouble.
The same call that was tipped away against TCU in game three when Berry was open worked perfectly in game 11, and a fourth-and-1 conversion in OT kept alive what turned out to be the game-winning drive in Ohio State’s 52-51 win. Full story here
Posted Nov. 19, 2018
Save the date: May 11, 2019 – Enshrinement Banquet
Saturday, May 11, 2019, is the date of the next Lorain Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Banquet. Be sure to save the date on your calendar of events to attend. Meanwhile, you can visit the LSHOF Museum at Lorain High School and Like us on Facebook. As always, our website has details and photos about all the LSHOF enshrinees plus details about visiting the LSHOF Museum at Lorain High School and attending our special events throughout the year.
Posted Sept. 28, 2018
Posted Sept. 1, 2018
Lorain Sports Hall of Fame Museum hours
Posted Aug. 29, 2018
Nomination time for 2019 LSHOF enshrinement
Sept. 30, 2018, is the fast-approaching deadline for nominating Lorain athletes you think are worthy of induction into the Lorain Sports Hall of Fame. The nomination form is comprehensive and takes time to complete, so don’t wait. You can find eligibility rules at this link and you can download nomination forms at this link. The next enshrinement will take place in May 2019.
Posted Aug. 16, 2018
2018 Golf Outing Photo Album
Posted Aug. 17, 2018
Video of the 2018 Enshrinement Banquet
Click the image below to see the video
Posted July 12, 2018
Posted July 10, 2018