Four individuals will be enshrined in the Port Clinton Hall of Fame, the school annoucned Monday morning in a news release.
The bios for the four inductees are as follows.
David Bodie, class of 1990, is a record holding swimmer for PC.
He continued swimming at Denison University, earning Division III All-American Honors and swam in several NCAA Div. III. Dr. Bodie continues to contribute to his alma mater as the team physician for
the Redskins football team.
Cal Colston was an athletic booster, a mamber of the board of education, and played a role in the 1988 stadium renovations to build a new lockerroom, concession stand, all-weather track, and helped create Port Clinton's PCTV.
Jessica Drusbacky, class of 2000, was a team captain and record holder in several swimming events. She continued swimming at the college level at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Fred Entenmann, class of 1993, was part of the SBC Championship and sectional championship basketball team in 1992-93. He was the team MVP. He excelled at the collegiate level while playing at Division I Stetson University, where he was a four-year letter winner and leading scorer his senior year.
Nomination forms for the Athletic Hall Class of 2013 are available online at pccsd.net. Applications must be received by the first Monday in November.
Want to go?
WHAT: Port Clinton 2012 Hall of Fame Induction
WHEN: 5 p.m. May 19
WHERE: Port Clinton Elks Lodge
COST: Tickets sales will be announced at a later date