Class of 2014 Hall of Fame Inductees



YCS announces Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees  

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Ten former YHS AND WRHS standouts to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame

Class of 2014 Hall of Fame Inductee Announcement

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Janae Bridges, Class of 2002, outstanding YHS track and field, Indiana StateUniversity track and field;

David Clifton, Sr., Class of 1978, Ypsilanti Community Supporter, lettered in football, basketball, and baseball at YHS, extensive youth coaching;

Duane Devlin, 1953 -1991 WRCS, 38 years teacher, coach & athletic director, WR first coach, WRHS football field named after Mr. Devlin;

Larry Hamilton, Class of 1975, YHS football, basketball & baseball, all-league football, and league champion baseball team;

Steven Jentzen, Class of 1971, YHS football and wrestling, all conference in football and wrestling, member of US Junior World Wrestling Team, Colorado State Univ. wrestler;

Chuck Koch, 1977-2001 WRCS, teacher, coach, athletic director, 1981-1987 head football coach, coached softball, volleyball, and middle school wrestling, 1989 became Athletic Director, he was the catalyst behind the creation of the WRCS Hall of Fame;

Dan Phillips, Class of 1991, outstanding YHS swimming and diving, 5 time all state, held 7 YHS varsity records and one pool record, 1996 & 2000 Olympic trials finalist in 200 and 100 free,  participated in Goodwill games and Pan-American games;

Daphne Smith, Class of 1982, outstanding WRHS volleyball, basketball & softball, All state and All-American in basketball, played basketball at U of Illinois and U of D;

John Terris, Class of 1986, YHS baseball and football, set season home run record–10,  All conference 1st team, Connie Mack World Series – All tournament team, baseball scholarship to EMU,

Dr. Darryl Warner,  Class of 1985, WRHS track and field and football, All-conference and all-county in football, football and track and field scholarship to Hillsdale College, eleven time indoor and outdoor track conference champion the 55,300,100,200, member of Hillsdale college National Championship NAIA football team 1988