Caleb Anthony

Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee


Caleb Anthony, a 2001 graduate of Ludington High School, was all-state in football and in discus and shot put in track and field. He was a two-time all-American wrestler at Cadet National Championships; a seven-time Greco-Roman and Freestyle state champion—winning his first championship at age eight. In football, Anthony was All-Muskegon Area First Team, was selected to the Coaches East-West All ...Read More...

Dick Daron

Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee

Football, Track & Field

Dick Daron used a standout track and field career at Ludington High School to earn a scholarship at Central Michigan University shortly before World War II. His high school career included earning the 1939 state championship during his junior year of high school in the 440-yard run with a time of 53.0 seconds. His quarter-mile record for the school stood for 20 years. He captained the Orioles f ...Read More...

Lee Schoenherr

Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee

Basketball, Contributor, Football, Softball

Lee Schoenherr went from having an impact on various athletic fields to helping to provide so many opportunities for those in and around Mason County. Schoenherr, a 1953 graduate of Ludington, was a member of the Orioles' 1953 state runner-up team. In 1959, he was still listed as the fifth-highest scoring player in school history. He earned all-North Central Conference honors for his play He ...Read More...

George Cartier

Other School - MCSHOF Inductee

Baseball, Football

One game. The first for the University of Notre Dame. Ludington native George Cartier was the quarterback for the Fighting Irish on Nov. 23, 1887 in the school's very first football game and it happened to be against Michigan. The Fighting Irish lost the game, 8-0, but Cartier went on to be involved in sports in one fashion or another later on in his life.His brother, Warren Cartier, was a Notre D ...Read More...

Spencer Knizacky

Mason County Central - High School Athlete Honorees

Baseball, Football, Wrestling

The 2015-16 Mason County Sports Hall of Fame Male Student-Athlete of the Year is Mason County Central's Spencer Knizacky. He competed all four of his high school years on the wrestling and baseball teams and for three seasons on the varsity football team. He is a two-time West Michigan Conference, district and regional champion in wrestling and he placed three years at the state meet, including ...Read More...

Greg Melchert

Mason County Central - MCSHOF Inductee

Baseball, Fast-Pitch Softball, Football, Wrestling

Greg Melchert was an outstanding baseball and football player as well as wrestler at Mason County Central, and he found his greatest success in baseball. He played at Western Michigan and went on to pitch in the Detroit Tigers farm system for Lakeland and Utica. He was an All-State special mention in baseball. He was a three-time state qualifier in wrestling, finishing fourth as an individual and ...Read More...

Lee T. Snyder

Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee

Basketball, Football, Track & Field

Lee T. Snyder was a one-man wrecking crew one fine spring day at the 1954 Class B state track meet. The Ludington Oriole single handedly gave his school the state runner-up trophy as he won state titles in the pole vault and high jump while taking second in the low hurdles and third in the long jump. Snyder's prowess wasn't limited to the track as he was a member of the boys basketball teams and f ...Read More...

Rod Beckman

Shelby High School - MCSHOF Inductee

Baseball, Basketball, Fast-Pitch Softball, Football, Media

Perhaps no person is as synonymous as the voice of Ludington football and basketball as Rod Beckman. For 40 years, Beckman was the play-by-play voice of both programs on the airwaves of WKLA and for a year of basketball at WMOM. And when he wasn't delivering sports on the air, he continued to play in a sport where he excelled — baseball and softball. He was a member of the Custer VFW teams long ...Read More...

Noah Dobrzelewski

Ludington High School - High School Athlete Honorees

Diving, Football, Swimming, Track & Field

Noah Dobrzelewski brought leadership to the field and the pool in his years at Ludington High School as he competed in football, swimming and diving and track and field. Dobrzelewski swam for four seasons for Ludington, earning the Coaches' Award in his ninth grade year and following that with Most Valuable Swimmer honors his sophomore through senior years. Dobrzelewski also earned honorable me ...Read More...

Don Stokely

Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee

Baseball, Coach, Football

Don Stokely keeps a watchful eye of the baseball diamond at the corner of Gaylord and Lowell streets. That diamond bears his name after he oversaw the Ludington baseball program for 33 years. Stokely compiled a record of 452 wins and 288 losses and saw his teams win 11 league titles, six district titles and one regional crown. He was a regional coach of the year in 2001 and was the Class A & B Mus ...Read More...