Mason County Central - MCSHOF Inductee
Bob Cameron, of Scottville, graduated in 1979 from Mason County Central. His senior year he was undefeated at 167 pounds and went on to claim the state championship in wrestling as he assisted his team in claiming the state runner-up title that year. Cameron went to Western Michigan University intending to wrestle, but WMU dropped their wrestling program. Bob also participated in track and cross c ...Read More...
Free Soil High School - MCSHOF Inductee
Lyford Young played basketball and ran track at Free Soil high school, graduating with the Class of 1955. Lyford was a first team All-WMD Conference selection in 1953, 1954 and 1955. His team won the District Championship in 1954 and 1955. In the 1954-55 season, Young scored 420 points, averaging 19.1 points per game. Young went on to score 975 points in his high school career. In both 1954 and 19 ...Read More...
Alvin “Al” Hardman
Other School - MCSHOF Inductee
Dog Sled Racing
Alvin “Al” Hardman loved adventure and when he was in his 50s, he competed in his first of four Iditarod sled dog races, one of the most grueling sports events in the world. The Iditarod is 1,151 miles long. Hardman’s best finish was in 2002 when he was 21st. His last Iditarod was run in 2004 when he was in his early 60’s. Hardman competed in races across the United States, finishing fo ...Read More...
Mason County Central - MCSHOF Inductee
Christy Christmas, of Ludington, graduated in 1979 from Mason County Central. Christmas coached softball at Mason County Central where the team accumulated 302 wins during her tenure. She had seven West Michigan Conference titles, six district titles, three regional titles, and twice took her team to the state semi-finals, each time losing by one run to the eventual state champion. Christmas was a ...Read More...
Jill (Treml) Stickney
Mason County Eastern - MCSHOF Inductee
Track & Field
Jill (Treml) Stickney, of Custer, played basketball and softball and ran track at Mason County Eastern. In 1979, her senior year, Stickney was a state champion in shot put, setting a new state record that year with a throw of 41′ 7 3/8″ (12.68 meters). She also placed fifth in the discus with a throw of 107′ 2″ and was the Mason County track champion in shot put and discus. The 1979 track ...Read More...
Ludington High School - MCSHOF Inductee
Mike Evans graduated from Ludington High School in 1963. He played basketball and baseball for the Orioles and in 1963, was a Free Press all-state first team selection. He averaged over 18 points per game in 1963 and was chosen to Wood TV’s West Michigan All Star Team. In both 1962 and 1963, Evans was selected to the North Central Conference first team. Evans was considered to be on the cutti ...Read More...
Mason County Central - Life Lesson Awards Honorees
Jessica Gerbers, daughter of Robert and Cynthia Gerbers, is the Life Lesson Award honoree from Mason County Central and selected C.O.V.E. as the recipient of the donation given by the MCSHOF in her honor. Jessica played volleyball and softball and graduated with a 3.91 GPA. Jessica plans to attend West Shore Community College and Ferris State University. She was an H.G. Bacon Award recipient, Nati ...Read More...
Ludington High School - Life Lesson Awards Honorees
Track & Field, Volleyball
Zoe Voss, daughter of Tom and Gina Voss, is the honoree from Ludington High School and selected the Lakeshore Food Club as the recipient of the donation given by the MCSHOF in her honor. Zoe played volleyball and track & field while maintaining a GPA of 3.776 and was involved in many other extracurricular activities. Zoe's educational plans include beginning her college studies at West Shore Commu ...Read More...
Mason County Eastern - Life Lesson Awards Honorees
Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field
Eli Shoup, son of Robert and Amanda Shoup, is the Life Lesson Award honoree from Mason County Eastern and selected St. Mary's Caritas Food Pantry as the recipient of the donation given by the MCSHOF in his honor. Eli played basketball, baseball, ran cross country, as well as track & field and maintained a GPA of 4.0 while earning 15 varsity letters. Eli was dual enrolled at West Shore Community Co ...Read More...
Ludington High School - Life Spirit Award Honorees
Will Flewelling receives the initial “Beyond the Game Spirit Award” for 2022. Will's life exemplified what it means to take sports “Beyond the Game.” As an outstanding soccer player from Ludington High School, Will was a driving force behind the 2017 state runner-up soccer team. But it’s what Will did off the field that exemplifies his character. As a young man battling cancer, Will ...Read More...