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Four People Named to Circleville High School Hall of Fame


CIRCLEVILLE – Nate Hamman (Class of ‘95), Dick Walters (Class of ’70), Nancy Brown and Ted Brown (Class of ‘61) have been named to the Circleville High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019. All four inductees will be honored at intermission of the home January 18th boys basketball junior varsity and varsity contests versus Hamilton Township at Circleville High School.

The Athletic Hall of Fame serves as a medium to recognize and archive the legacy of individuals who have left immeasurable on and off the field contributions to Circleville High School Athletics. Marked by individual and team achievements during their high school career or post-high school career through volunteerism and or coaching, those enshrined in the Hall of Fame define what it means to be a member of the Red & Black Family.

Annually, the selection committee receives nominations up until October 31st each fall and then narrows the field of eligible candidates to be voted on in November before an official announcement is made in December. Each Hall of Fame Class is inducted the following January or February during halftime or intermission of a Circleville basketball home contest(s). During the ceremony, the inductees are recognized in front of students, family, alumni, and the community with a plaque presentation, receive a lifetime pass to all athletic events at Circleville High School and are made a part of our enduring Hall of Fame display on campus.

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