Jannon Roland, Gail Evans, Bill Moss and Pam Brenning were good choices for induction into Urbana High School’s George Scott Ring of Honor.
The foursome will be honored on Friday, Sept. 2 prior to the UHS-Stebbins football game at Urbana.
The enshrinement ceremony will begin at 6:50 p.m., 10 minutes before the start of the game.
Moss and Brenning both coached the Hillclimbers to state championships – Brenning in volleyball and Moss twice in girls basketball.
Roland made Moss’s job a lot easier as she led the Hillclimbers to back to back state titles in girls basketball in 1992 and ‘93.
She was the Ohio Division II Player of the Year in 1993.
Roland is undoubtedly the greatest girls basketball player in UHS history, and Evans could very well be the greatest boys basketball player ever at the school.
Evans was named the Associated Press and United Press International Player of the Year in Class AA in 1961, a season in which Urbana advanced to the state title game.
There are a lot more great players and coaches in UHS history who will hopefully be inducted into the George Scott Ring of Honor in the years to come.
Trivia Time – The Cincinnati Royals of the NBA moved and became known as the Kansas City-Omaha Kings in the 1972-73 season.
This week’s question – How many points per game did Jannon Roland average in her senior season at Urbana High School?
Reach Steve Stout at 652-1331 (ext. 1776) or on Twitter @udcstout