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Stohla, Steve

  Steve Stohla, 2018 Steve Stohla’s athletic career began while attending Admiral King High School from 1962-66. He participated in wrestling yet achieved his highest honors in football. He was a three-year letterman which culminated in being named All Ohio middle guard in his senior year. After graduation, Steve worked at the steel plant for the summer and […]

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McPhie, Bill

  Bill McPhie, 2018 Bill McPhie started his athletic career in Lorain St Mary’s CYO program playing both football and basketball from 1962-1966. He attended Lorain St. Mary and Lorain Catholic from 1967-1970. Bill was a three-year letter winner and a two-year starter at center on the football team. He was one of only four sophomores on […]

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Uszynski, Jim

  Jim Uszynski, 2018 Jim Uszynski had an outstanding athletic career at Clearview High School and Muskingum College, a Division III football powerhouse, coached by the legendary Ed Sherman. Clearview was coached by Bob Mosketti and LSHOF Enshrinee, Fred Churchill. As a freshman he won the quarterbacking position on a senior-laden team. He was a four year […]

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Komar, Frank

    Frank Komar, 2018 Frank Komar was an outstanding athlete during his Lorain High School and Ohio University playing days.  During high school (1974-78), he was a two year varsity letter winner in football and a three year varsity letter winner in baseball. His selection to the All-Ohio East-West All-Star Baseball Game denotes being named […]

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Gladden, LeBron

  LeBron Gladden, 2018 Admiral King’s legendary coach Mitch Gillam said, “From a basketball standpoint, LeBron Gladden is one of the finest athlete we’ve ever had. He is what I call a basketball talent. He does everything well.” LeBron is a member of one of the most outstanding basketball families in Lorain sports with two brothers, Byron […]

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King,Dan

  Terry Daniel “Dan” King Terry Daniel King (commonly referred to as “Dan”) had an outstanding athletic career based upon his natural talent; and, he was proud to have his father, Terry King, LSHOF inductee, as a mentor to inspire and guide him. In the year 1991, the Lorain School District suspended sports programs because of […]

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Miller, Tony

  Tony Miller, 2018 Tony Miller was an outstanding athlete as a three-sport standout at Southview High School from 1995-99 and beyond. In football, Tony was a four-year letter winner and a varsity starter for three years for the Saints. He earned All-Ohio honors after scoring 18 touchdowns and accounted for 1800 all-purpose yards for rushing, receiving […]

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Janasko, James

Jim Janasko, 2018 Jim Janasko was one of the many Lorain youths who learned to swim at the YMCA under the guidance of instructor Louis Monos. He started on his first swim team at the Riviera Swim Club when he was eight years old and continued to swim competitively in the summers for many teams in the […]

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Evans, Jerry

    Jerry Evans, 2018 Jerry Evans had the experience of playing with John Elway and catching the NFL Hall of Fame quarterback’s passes for three years as a member of the Denver Broncos where he was a teammate of other NFL Hall of Famers Shannon Sharpe, Terrell Davis and Gary Zimmerman. Evans began his path to […]

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