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Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame

Class of 2016


The Wyandot Sports Hall of Fame inducted its sixth class April 16, 2016 in a banquet at the Masters’ Building at the Wyandot County Fairgrounds.


Jim Draper

Don Hannam

Hank Hemmerly

Mike McGuire

Curtis McMillan

Steve Schertzer


1955 Upper Sandusky

football team


Members of the sixth class were: Jim Draper, Carey; Don Hannam, Mohawk; Hank Hemmerly, Riverdale; Mike McGuire, Wynford; Curt McMillan, Upper Sandusky; Steve Schertzer, Upper Sandusky; and the 1955 Upper Sandusky football team.


For complete profiles on each inductee, click on the photos above or the names below.


A 1974 graduate of Carey High School, Jim Draper was an outstanding football player and then coach for the Blue Devils.


A 1955 Sycamore High School graduate, Donald Hannam was an integral member of the 1954 Sycamore baseball team that finished as the state runner-up and the 1955 team that made it to the state semifinals.


A 1953 graduate of Forest High School, the late Hank Hemmerly was born in Wyandot County and lived there during his youth before excelling in football, basketball and especially baseball, where he played professionally as a left-handed pitcher as high as the AAA minor league level.


After a standout career in basketball and baseball at Wynford, Mike McGuire has excelled as a college baseball coach, most recently leading Morehead State University to the NCAA Tournament in 2015.


A 1989 graduate of Upper Sandusky High School, Curtis McMillan was a two-time All-Ohio football player who became an All-American at Miami University.


A 1974 graduate of Upper Sandusky High School, Steve Schertzer made his mark in track and field at an early age, not only in local and state competition but throughout the world.


Under head coach Leo Strang’s leadership, the Upper Sandusky 1955 football team had one of the most fabulously successful seasons in Rams history, going undefeated in nine games while outscoring opponents 329-89.


The 1955 Upper Sandusky football team


Jim Draper


Don Hannam (accepted by Eva Hannam)

Hank Hemmerly (accepted by)

Mike McGuire (accepted by Mark Barnes)

Curt McMillan

Steve Schertzer