Euclid Public Schools Alumni Association
Left to Right: Drake, Carter, Antonini, Daugherty, Bush, Campbell

Left to Right: Drake, Carter, Antonini, Daugherty, Bush, Campbell

Euclid High Schools Sports Hall of Fame

The Euclid High Schools Sports Hall of Fame recognizes outstanding achievements in athletics by graduates of Euclid, Shore, and Central High Schools as well as coaches and honorary inductees. The event takes place every fall.

The 32nd annual sports hall of fame induction was held on september 27th, 2018 at tizzano’s party center in euclid. This year’s inductees were:

Justin Antonini | Honorary
Terence Bush | Class of 1990
Paris Campbell | Class of 2008
Kathryn E. Carter | Class of 2005
Howard Drake, Jr. | Class of 2008
Albert Simpson, Jr. | Class of 1998

In addition to this year’s inductees, we honored Mr. Harold "Doc" Daugherty as the first recipient of the Charles K. Hill Memorial Service Award.


Sports Hall of Fame Plaques

Sports Hall of Fame Inductees have plaques that are hung in the athletic hallway of Euclid High School outside the East Gym. Please note that Plaques for Sports Hall of Fame Inductees from 2012 on will be displayed upon completion of the upcoming renovations to Euclid High School. In the meantime, their names are displayed in one of the cases.


Eligibility

THERE ARE FOUR TYPES OF NOMINEES INTO THE EUCLID HIGH SCHOOLS SPORTS HALL OF FAME, EACH WITH UNIQUE CRITERIA:


Athlete

  • Must have graduated from a Euclid High School at least 10 years prior to selection.

  • Must have distinguished her or himself as an outstanding student athlete, including achievements such as:

    • Varsity level of competition (including Girls Athletic Club or Association).

    • Leadership.

    • Impact on athletic program.

    • All-Scholastic, All-Star Team, All-Ohio, or State Champion.

    • School, State, or National record holder.

    • Postgraduate image and/or sports achievements.


coach or athletic administrator

  • Must have served on the staff of the Euclid Public Schools in support of the athletic program.

  • Must have retired from his or her position or left the school.


Lifetime achievement

  • Must have graduated from a Euclid High School at least 10 years prior to selection.

  • Must have made a significant impact in the field of athletics as a postgraduate.

  • May not otherwise qualify in another category.


honorary

An honorary nominee must have made a significant impact on the Euclid High School athletic program and would not otherwise qualify as an athlete, coach, or athletic administrator.


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The Charles K. Hill Memorial Service Award

Charles “Chuck” Hill was a lifelong Euclid resident, known everywhere he went. Chuck was a passionate community supporter and enthusiastic volunteer who was known as “Mr. Euclid.”

Chuck was a founding member and long-time trustee of both the Euclid High Schools Sports Hall of Fame and the Distinguished Achievement Hall of Fame. He served as Chair for many years and was inducted into the Euclid High School Hall of Fame in 1994.

This award was created in his name after his death in 2017 to honor individuals who have contributed to the advancement of the Euclid Public Schools and city of Euclid through service and leadership in the spirit of Mr. Euclid.

 

Charles K. Hill Memorial Service Award Recipients

2019 | Harold “Doc” Daugherty


Thank you to our sports hall of fame selection committee

who help make this event a success

 
  • Mikita Adams

  • Justin Antonini

  • Tom Banc

  • Michelle Connavino

  • Harold “Doc” Daugherty

  • Tom Gibbons

  • Patrick Higley

  • Marvin Jones

  • Victoria Jones

  • Cherice May

  • Larry Nosse

  • Lynn Phillips

  • Roy Pignatiello

  • Janis Svoboda

  • Mike Turk

  • Rashod Wilson