The Hancock Sports Hall of Fame is now housed at Tony’s Restaurant, West US Route 224.

Please visit Tony’s during regular business hours to view the individual/team inductees and county sports memorabilia.


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Honoring Hancock County’s Outstanding Athletes

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2022 INDUCTION CLASS

2021 HANCOCK SPORTS HALL OF FAME BANQUET HAS BEEN CANCELED AND RESCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 2022 AT OWENS COLLEGE.

Tickets for the 36th Induction Banquet will go on sale after January 1, 2022.


Inductees

Marc Arce

Katie Butler

Rick Maroney

Seth Newlove

Tom Meyer

Dean Pees

1997 & ’98 Cory-Rawson Girls Track Teams

Ben Roethlisberger, a 2017 Hancock Hall of Fame inductee, is well known.

But do you know Ray Harroun, William Ellsworth “Dummy” Hoy, Peggy “Kirk” Bell, Grant “Home Run” Johnson, Bernie Little, ect.? Well, read “Who We Have Inducted” to find out.

OVER 30 YEARS

OF HONORING THE BEST

The Hancock Sports Hall of Fame was established in June 1983 to honor Hancock County’s outstanding athletes, coaches, administrators and teams who have made contributions to athletics.  

Read more.

GET INVOLVED

OR SHOW YOUR SUPPORT

Our rich history is filled with great stories of achievement and team celebration. Hancock county is in the heart of Northwest Ohio’s rich sports environment.

Consider making a donation to help our important mission.

HANCOCK SPORTS HALL OF FAME GOLF OUTING

2022 Golf Outing

Friday, June 24th

Hillcrest Golf Club