Current Inductees:

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Dennis Adama  Joe Kastelic  Cal Tatum
Curtis Adams Ike Kepford Cliff Taylor
Howard Bailey Mark Konecny Dave Taylor
 Karel Bailey Pete Kutches Mike Teeter
Phil Baldwin Moose Lallo Jack Tighe
Dave Boertman Kenny Lane Bob Tombari
Annette Bohach Bob Ludwig Rich Tompkins
Bill Bos William McCall Trinity Townsend
Dan Brink Ossie McCarty Dave VerMerris
Ed Burton Gil McKellen Gene Visscher
M.C. Burton Gordon McKellen Elmer Walcott
Jock Callander Bryan McLay Jack Weisenburger
Ray Castenholtz Tom McShannock Dave Whitsell
Roger Chiaverini Dave Michayluk John Williams
Gus Cohrs Earl Morrall Bill Wolski
Jerry Collins Bobby Morse Bob Zuppke
Donna Cook Jim Morse  
Doris Cook Don Mosley Distinguished Service Award Winners:
Paul Dekker Jim Neal
Russell DeVette John Nedeau
Dick Dolack George Neitering Ralph Burr
Ed Douma Dave Nelson Leo Campbell
Jerry Fitzpatrick Bennie Oosterbaan Ray Cioe
Ira Flagstead Chuck Pavlich Jack Crowell
William "Flop" Flora Rob Peel Les David
Gary Ford Pete Petroskey Jim Dodson
Ron Gaffner Sherm Poppen Pete Gawkowski
Hillard Gates Harry Potter Mark Jastrzembski
Sonny Grandelius Dan Raymond Mike Knight
Mark Grimmette C. Leo Redmond Elsa Lowe
Paul Griffin John Regeczi Charles Marsh
Lynn Hahn Carl Russ Lyle Moran
Jimmy Henderson Jack Schugars Earl O'Brien
Frank Howell Frank Secory Jake Outwin
Mark Hughes Sally Sessions Jerry Porter
John Huizenga Denise Sharps Barney Sutherland
Jim Johnson Steve Sieradzki Mart Tardani
Oscar E. "Okie" Johnson Steve Sluka Bill Tilton
Tom Johnson Paul Soper Smitty Vanderplow
  Fred Stevens Nelson Volz
  Fred Stork Team Doctors with
20 years of service
  Milo Sukup
  Kenny Sutton  


Muskegon Area Sports Hall of Fame - Our Own Heroes and Legends
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    Organized in 1986, the Muskegon Area Sports Hall of Fame honors our own heroes and legends, spanning the rich history of sports achievement in the Lake Michigan shoreline area anchored by Ludington to the North and Grand Haven to the south.
    The Hall of Fame exhibit, located in downtown Muskegon on the concourse level of the L.C. Walker Arena, features a fascinating collection of artifacts, photos and commemorative plaques honoring the area's sports heritage. Displays highlight the accomplishments of the over 100 sports notables enshrined over the last 20 years.
Inductees include Earl Morrall, a 21-year veteran of the National Football League; Sherm Poppen, the inventor of the snowboard; Bennie Oosterbaan, one of only two athletes honored as a three-time All American in football at the University of Michigan; Sally Sessions; one of the 13 founding members of the Ladies Professional Golf Association, Donna Cook & Doris Cook, players in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League and many more.  Sports as diverse as boxing, with world lightweight contender Kenny Lane and Olympic quarterfinalist  Phil Baldwin and Speed Roller Skating, with Kenny Sutton, a two-time gold medalist at the Pan-American games, are represented.
    Two Scholar-Athletes, one male and one female, are honored annually at the hall's annual induction banquet hosted in June in downtown Muskegon.  A member of the community also is selected for his or her dedication to the sports community with the organization's Distinguished Service Award.
    Take time to explore the site and learn about the area's incredible sports history!