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Rositano, John

John Rositano Coach John Rositano is a 1981 graduate of Admiral King High School. He lettered in basketball when he was a member of the 1980 team that became State Runner-up. During the 1980-81 season he set the single season record for free throw percentage (90.3%) which remains the present school record. After graduation, John […]

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Reardon, Larry

Larry Reardon Larry Reardon is the son of Elizabeth and Daniel Reardon; a proud graduate of Lorain Admiral King High School and a lifetime resident of Lorain. During his high school sports career, Larry competed in baseball, for three years, football, and basketball; and, participated as a member of several school service organizations. After graduation, […]

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Guerrieri, Victor

Victor Guerrieri Vic Guerrieri distinguished himself in basketball at Admiral King High School and Oberlin College. As an Admiral King High School junior, Vic was a defensive and occasional offensive contributor on the 1966-67 team featuring Admiral King Lorain Sports Hall of Fame great, Jim “Bubbles” Harris. That team finished 21-2 and was ranked #2 […]

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Cowie, Chris

Chris Cowie In the 1960’s, Lorain Sports Hall of Fame Coach, Doug Thompson, was attempting to elevate the springtime status of Lorain High track. He accomplished this task with a handful of runners and the Cowie twins. Chris and Craig were primarily high jumpers and pole vaulters; but, because of their athletic proficiency and competitive […]

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Zimmerman, Scott

Scott Zimmerman Scott Zimmerman was the No. 1 pitcher on Admiral King’s successful baseball teams for three years, from 1982-84. He was described as “invincible” by the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram sportswriter who observed the sophomore “Ace” pitch his team to a Class AAA Sectional Championship in 1982 over Avon Lake High School. Zimmerman only allowed 1 […]

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Smith, Roger

Roger Smith Roger Smith excelled as a three-sport star athlete at Admiral King High School from 1979-83. Later, he was a two-sport varsity performer for Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Roger earned All-State recognition in basketball, All-State recognition as a track star; and, was selected as an All-Buckeye Conference 1st Team in football. In high […]

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Quiles, Ricky

Ricky Quiles Born in Lorain, Ohio, Ricky Quiles was enthralled with boxing at the young age of six. His father and uncle were passionate fight fans. There was a speed bag in the basement and a boxing gym nearby. Ricky’s parents were born in Puerto Rico, and he was the oldest of four children. “Lorain, […]

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Mantini, Ron

Ron Mantini Ron Mantini, a two-sport athlete in basketball and baseball, was a leading center on the hard courts, as well as a pitcher/1st baseman on the diamonds of Lorain County in the 1990’s. At 6’8” he was a menacing sight on the baseball mound; and, he had the ability to score from inside or […]

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Hernandez, Jesse

Jesse Hernandez, 2019 Jesse Hernandez, a 1992 graduate of Southview High School, started bowling in 1988 at the age of 14. At this time, Jesse also started working and bowling at Croation Lanes and later at Rebman Recreation. This experience gave Jesse time to practice and refine his bowling skills in preparation for bowling as […]

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Brannen, Theresa (Feldkamp)

Theresa (Feldkamp) Brannen, 2019 Theresa (Feldkamp) Brannen resided in Lorain, Ohio. She pursued her academic and athletic career in the Amherst School District. During her high school athletic competition as a “distance runner”, Theresa compiled an extraordinary number of honors and victories, including the following: Division I State Champion in the 800m event for two […]

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