2015 class of inductees includes Alan Baumlein, Doug Freed, Bo Hurley, Bob Inniger, Miriam (Boes) Khamis, Julie Lenhart, Dennis Rissler, 1995 & 1997 University of Findlay national championship football teams
April 30, 2016 at Owens Community College's Community Education & Wellness Center, 6 p.m. Class of 2016 to include Bill Beach, Jana Dearth, Grant 'Home Run' Johnson, Jim Miller, Cindy Morehead, Dave Rieker, John Vielhaber, 1979-80 Findlay High basketball team.
The Hancock Sports Hall of Fame committee features 20 members who volunteer their time to making the Hall of Fame a success. The committee entertains nominations throughout the year and then elects six individuals and one team for induction into the Hall of Fame in November of each year.
The Hancock Sports Hall of Fame was established in June 1984 to honor Hancock County's outstanding athletes, coaches, administrators and teams who have made contributions to athletics.
The Hancock Sports Hall of Fame is moving into a permanent location in downtown Findlay by April 2016 ... it will showcase 193 individuals, 28 teams and memorabilia collected from past inductees. More details and a grand opening celebration will be forthcoming.
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