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McKinley Football Hall Of Fame

Canton McKinley Football Hall of Fame; Press Release by Director J.R. Rinaldi

(founder, Charles "Charlie" Bowersox in 1981)



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2013 Canton McKinley Football Hall of Fame

Where Champions Are Made And Success Is Tradition

Frank McLeod

Associated Press All-Ohio 2nd team

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Canton Repository All-County 1st team

WHBC All-County

Marion Motley Award Winner

3-year Letterman

Lester Sanders

Associated Press All-Ohio Special Mention

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Canton Repository All-County 1st team

WHBC All-County 

Kempthorn Award

2-year Letterman

Shantel Lodge

Associated Press All-Ohio Special Mention

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Canton Repository All-County 1st team

2-year Letterman

Nick Palumbo

Associated Press All-Ohio Special Mention

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Canton Repository All-County 1st team

WHBC All-County

3-year Letterman

Marcus Bronson

Associated Press All-Ohio 2nd team

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Canton Repository All-County 1st team

Edgar “Rip” Miller Award winner

2-year Letterman

Robert Frazier

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Rep Honorable Mention

Ohio North-South All-Star Game

Marion Motley Award


2-year Letterman

Todd Worthington

All-Northeast Ohio Inland District 1st team

Rep Honorable Mention

Bulldog Tradition Award

McKinley Academic Award

2-year Letterman

Bob Neff

21 years as a Bulldog football coach.

Multi-Sport Coach and Canton City School Teacher.

Canton Lincoln Graduate, longtime varsity head coach of baseball at McKinley.


Frank Thomas

19 years as a Bulldog coach and player.

9 years in the US Army spending 2 of those years in Vietnam.

Phil Giavasis

(McKinley Football Foundation Award) New in 2014

2-year Letter Winner at McK 1978 and 1979

WHBC All-County

Bulldog Booster Club Award

Canton Repository All-American Conference Special Mention

Edinboro University, 4-year Letterman

ECAC Division II All-East Honor Roll

Senior Defensive Captain

Past President Board of Trustees, Holy Trinity Church Longtime Clerk of Courts since 1993

Supreme Court Commission on Technology

David M Stevenson Jr.

Became an Assistant to Charlie Bowersox in 1984 and took over for Charlie after his passing.

Currently Co-Director of Canton, the website and Canton McKinley's Facebook page for news and updates.

Dave has continued Charlie’s vision by taking his (Charlie) artifacts and creating a virtual museum online by scanning hundreds of documents preserving them forever. He has spent countless hours cataloging the tremendous collection of Canton McKinley artifacts that graced Charlie’s “McK Hall of Fame Basement.” Dave has also produced the layout and artwork for THE BULLDOG, Charlie’s version of the McKinley fall and winter’s “Press Guide” with a game program within.

The publication just won a Gold Medal Award for “Best Publication” from the National High School Sports Publication Awards, Alumni Division, a prestigious honor for David and McKinley High School. Charlie would be very proud to see his vision transformed into a national award winner. Dave is a 1978 McKinley graduate.

Presenting the 321 Members

(Those underlined and in bold are this years class in alphabetical order)

Jimmy Aiken
Frank Alberta
Tillman Allen
Ed Andrade
Rick Asbury
Abe Aslanides
Gene Austin


Joe Babics
Robert Ballard
Pete Ballos
Nick Barbosa
John Barnett
Oscar Barkey
Jack Barthel
Daryl Bazen
Mike Beadle
Robert Becker
Reuben Bell
Obie Bender
Elbert Bradley
Jon Brandyberry
Fred Blosser
Charles E. Bowersox
Ted Bowersox
John M. Brideweser
Jim Bridges
Marcus Bronson

Christopher M.Brooks Sr.
Dan E. Brooks
Harold Broda
Adrian Brown
Carey Brown
Dean Brown
Mark Brown
Matt Brown
Richard Brown
Chè Bryant
Garland Burns
Ron Burr
Ken Bush

Mike Carbone
Joe Card
Ron Carnahan
Jack Carney
Eric Carter
Brian Chaney
Rev. Jesse Chenault
Ron Chismar
Randy Clark
Chris Clax
Larry Clayton
Chuck Clawson
Ed Cobett
John Cobett
John Colceri
Carey Cook
Gordon Cook
Gordon Cook
Tim Cook
Jack Crider

Mike Daniels
Bob Davie
Gerald Davidson
Floyd Day
George DeStefano
Alex DiMarzio
Rob Dine
Junior DiPietro
Scott Dixon
Tony Dominick
Walt Dotson


Ray Ellis
Bill Erlitz
Don Everrett

John Fach
Shawn Fagan
Nick Faulkner
Randy Faulkner
Junius Ferrall
Ralph Fife
Todd Fisher
Ed Floyd
Tony Floyd
Arnie Fontes
Wayne Fontes
Terry Forbes
Lonnie Ford
Clifford Frazier
Robert Frazier
John Frigley


Dave Gable
Joe Gallo
Anthie Garrison
Lee Geiselman
Chuck Gelal Jr.
Gene Gelal
Ernie Ghezzi
Denver Gibson
Don Geroge
John Goodrich
Rodney Gordon
Bill Green
Herb Greene
Phil Giavasis
Ed Grimsley
Dan Grimsley

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Glenda Grimsley
Ike Grimsley
John Grimsley
Williard Grimsley
Bill Guedel
Martin Gyalog

Earl Haas
Ken Hall
Willie Hall
John Halter
Bill Haines
Larry Haines
Ian Hamilton,
Ray Hamilton
Humphrey Harmony
Denell Harris
Jasper Harris
Jim Harris
Lou Harris
Nate Harris
Tim Hawk
Mike Hedrick Jr.
Ryan Henry
Scott Herrington
Alfred Hill
Paul Hobbs
Sam Hodnick
Dr. Mark Hontas
Jerry Hontas
Roch Hontas
Terrell Hubbard
John Huff
Mosie Hunter

John Infantides

Dale L. Jackson
Gerald Jackson
Herm Jackson
Stan Jackson
Troy Jackson
Greg Jenkins
Jeff Jenkins
Troy Jenkins
Darrett Jeter
Dr. James Johns M.D.
Ben Johnson
Jim Johnson
Ed Jones
Eric Jurkovic

Pete Kalogeras
Emil Kamp
Dick Kempthorn
Eric Kempthorn
Bob Kettlewell
Don Killians
Craig Kintz
Jeremy Kirkpatrick
Mike Kissenberger
John Kompara

Julius Lancaster
Russ Latimer
Ralph Lazar
Ben Lee
Jim Lerario
Doyle Lewis
Henry Lewis
Ida Lewis
Sid Lewis
Dwight Lewis
Bob Lilly
Elijah Lipkins
Eric Llewellyn
Harold Locker
Bob Lombardi
Shauntel Lodge
Herm Lombardi

Dr. Richard L. Manns
Andy Marantides
Lou Mariano
Paul Martin
Phil Martin
Ron Martin
Jesse Mason
Fred Matthews
Carlos McClain
Josh McDaniels
Tremaine McElroy
Frank McLeod
Edgar Miller
Leonard Miller
Warren Miller
Clem Mitchell
Kinta Mitchell
Fritz Montgomery
Glenda Moore
Jonathan Moore
Marion Motley
Jim Muzzy

Bob Nau
Brian Nau
Don Nehlen
Bob Neff
Jerry Nemeth
Norman Noel
Dr. Bill Nucklos


Mike O'Brovac
Nick Obrovac
Nick Obrovac


Henry Palombo
Nick Palumbo
Bob Parks
Ernie Parks
Sam Parks
Victor Parks
Gerald Partick
Jim Patterson
Julio Patterson
Dick Paul
Dwight V. Peabody
Ron Perdue
Jerome Perrin
Nick Petroff
Bob Pickard
Eli Popa
Lueby Popoff
Gary Pounds
Ed Pucci
Ralph Pucci
Joe Pujazon


John Ramos
Tony Ranalli
Ross Rankin
Jim Rawers
Frank Reale
Herman "Bup" Rearick
Rocco Rich
Jaiyvonne Richards
Jeff Richardson
Dan Risaliti
Arthur Rittersbaugh
Garland Rivers
Paul Robinson
Richard Roknich
John Rogers
Dan Roman
Jim Roman
Nick Roman
Nick Roman
Tony Rotunno
Nick Rotz
Doug Rubie
Gary Rushe
Vern Russell


Lester Saunders
Troy Sanders
Tom Samuels
Don Scott
Tom Scott
George Schuster
Ernie Scheeler
Chuck Shoenfelt
Irwin Shopbell
Paul Shimek
Tom Sirgo
Jeff Smith
John Henry Smith
Mark Smith
William E Smith Jr.
Percy Snow
Jim Snyder
Bob Spencer
Pete Spera
Nick Stephenson
David M. Stevenson Jr.
Ron Stokes
Gaylord Sweat

Charles "Buddy" Taylor
Juan Taylor
David Terrell
Mark Thewes
Frank Thomas
Bob Tucci
Dave Turner

Jimmy Vance
Rich VanVoorhis


Tim Walls
Chester Warren
Wade Watts
Mel Weatherspoon
Tom Weber
Howard Wertman
Howard Wetzel
William Wetzel
Ron Wilds
Bob Williams
Clem Williams
Hymie Williams
Jerry Williams
Frye Wilson
Sterling Winn
Todd Worthington
Rick Worstell
Chuck Wright
Harold Wyandt


Nick Xides

Artis Zachary
Frank Zazula



Here are the current names of who is on the Board of Directors for the McKinley Football Hall Of Fame.
J.R. Rinaldi - Director
Sterling Winn*
Paul Martin*
Dave Gable*
Paul Shimek*
Thom McDaniels

Lynn Wafler
Dan Brooks*
Frank Beane
John Brideweser*
Lee Geiselman*
Warren Miller*

*Denotes HOF Member

(There was no classes inducted between the years 2006-2008 after Charlie Bowersox's passing.)



Class of 2010 ...

  • Jeff Richardson
    1985-87; tail back/defensive back.
    Jeff left his mark in the McKinley High School football records books when all was said and done after his senior year. He stood third in the all-time rushing standings (with 2,413 career yards); 5th for most yards in a single season (1,170 yards in 1986); 4th for most yards rushing in a game (240 yards on 35 carries vs. Youngstown South in 1987); 10th for most points scored in a season (114) and 3rd for all-time career scoring (194).
    Jeff's shining moments came against Massillon as he had touchdown runs over the Tigers that went for 67 yards and 1 yard in 1986, 24 yards and 4 yards in 1987 with his total yards against Massillon in his career, 271 with 4TD's.
    1987 AP All-Ohio second team; AP first team All-Northeast Ohio, Repository and WHBC.
    1987 Marion Motley award winner
  • Scott Herrington
    1985-87; quad-captain; center/outside linebacker.
    There are no real statistics kept on the defensive side of the ball that is tracked in McKinley history, but how many times does Scott Herrington's name comes up when you think about the best defensive football players to come out of McKinley's long storied history?
    Plenty, if you know your Bulldog football. He tied for third in tackles his junior season and at the time that this article was written, his senior number of tackles was unavailable.
    1987 AP All-Ohio special mention; 1st team AP All-Northeast Ohio, Repository and WHBC defense. Akron Beacon Journal's defensive player of the year.
    1987 Don Scott and Edgar Rip Miller Award winner.
  • Dan Grimsley
    1985-87; quad-captain; tight end/linebacker.
    One of the most famous family names in McKinley history adds its sixth member to McKinley's Hall of Fame following Ike, Williard, Glenda, John and Ed Grimsley. Dan lettered for McKinley for three seasons. He caught 21 passed for 271 yards in his junior and senior seasons and loomed large at linebacker. He also handled some PAT's and had interceptions and kick returns...Dan was everywhere for the Bulldogs.
    AP All-Northeast Ohio honorable mention; 1st team Repository, Beacon Journal and WHBC defense.
    1987 McKinley Adult Booster Club Award winner
  • Troy Jackson
    1985-87; wide receiver/defensive back.
    1987 McKinley High School Male Athlete of the Year.
    Troy represented McKinley in the Ohio North-South All-Star game. He went into his senior season as the most physical player as he started in the secondary and saw part time duty on offense as a junior.
    1987 AP All-Ohio honorable mention; 1st team Beacon Journal, WHBC defense; special mention Repository defense.
    1987 McKinley Adult Booster Club Award winner
    The 1987 senior class never lost to Massillon, something that had not happened in Canton since 1904. Although McKinley finished 7-3, they did not qualify for the playoffs as only the top four teams made post season play from the region. The three losses that year came by a touchdown or less against Cardinal Mooney, Cleveland St. Joe (who had Super Bowl's XXXI M.V.P. Desmond Howard) and Austintown Fitch.
  • Carey Brown
    1985; tail back/nose tackle.
    1985's press book says about Carey..."Outstanding quickness combined with 325 lb bench press. Could develop into a noseman worthy of comparison to some of the finest in McKinley's history."
    1985 AP All-Ohio honorable mention; AP All-Northeast Ohio 2nd team defense; 1st team Repository, Beacon Journal defense.
    1985 Dick Kempthorn Award winner.
  • Todd Fisher
    1980; wide receiver/defensive end.
    Todd is listed in the 1980 press book as a top Pup prospect for his senior season in which he caught 34 receptions for 481 yards and 3 touchdowns.
    1980 AP All-Ohio honorable mention; AP All-Northeast Ohio 2nd team offense; 1st team Repository and WHBC.
    1980 Edgar Rip Miller Award winner.
  • Mike Daniels
    1980; offensive tackle/defensive end.
    Mike lettered for Perry High School his sophomore and junior years before his transfer to McKinley for his senior season. In the 1980 press book his bio read that he was in the 300 bench club and very coach-able.
    1980 AP All-Ohio honorable mention; AP All-Northeast Ohio 2nd team offense; 1st team Repository offense.
  • Carey Cook
    1970; offensive guard/linebacker.
    1970's press book says about Carey..."On defense, however, Carey was seen running right in the middle of the action making tackles and teamed up with All-Ohio linebacker Rocco Rich to form the core of the McKinley defense that allowed 70 points in 1969. As a junior, Carey made second team All-City last year. This year he's slated to call the defensive signals."
    1970 1st team defense Repository; 1st team Defense at linebacker All American Conference.
  • Dr. James Johns M.D.
    James D. Johns M.D. attended Lehman High School , graduating in 1974. He went to the University of Cincinnati (UC) for pre-med graduating Magna Cum Laude with Honors in Biology. In August of 1985 Dr. Johns opened his practice back in his old neighborhood in which he grew up. He wanted an opportunity to give back to the community and to what had become "his" high school since Lehman had closed and merged with McKinley. In 1985 he was given that chance by McKinley head football coach Thom McDaniels, when he was named team physician. Dr. Johns also was awarded the State of Ohio's Top Team Physician Award in 2008 for his dedication to the student athletes at McKinley High School.


Class of 2011 ...

The McKinley Football Hall of Fame is proud to announce the 27th anniversary of the newest inductees that will make up the Class of 2011 and bring up the total number of members in the McKinley Hall of Fame to 287 men and women…


1989 Football Senior


1989 Football Senior

FULL BACK, OUTSIDE LINEBACKER, Eric started his junior season in which he was seventh in tackles with 33 first hits and eight assists. Eric was named to the AP All-Ohio defensive second team, Repository and WHBC first team.

Winner of the Dick Kempthorn award at the football banquet his senior season.

CENTER, LINEBACKER, CO-CAPTAIN, Eric earned a varsity letter as a sophomore as the long snapper for the punt and field goal teams. Eric entered his senior season as the teams only two-year returning letterman. Eric made honorable mention on the AP All-Ohio team, Repository and WHBC first team.

Winner of the Don Scott Award at his football banquet.


1989 Football Senior


1990 Football Senior

TAILBACK, OUTSIDE LINEBACKER, Alfred was a returning starter at tight end and asked to move to tailback for his senior season. At OLB Alfred earned All-Ohio special mention and named on The Repository first team defense.

Accepted the Rip Miller Award at the football banquet.

OUTSIDE TACKLE, DEFENSIVE TACKLE, Ron entered his senior season without any major fanfare from a media standpoint, he was listed under ‘Top Pup Prospects’ and did he ever deliver by being named to the AP All-Ohio defensive first team, NE Ohio first team and lineman of the year. Repository and WHBC first team. Awarded the Rip Miller Award at the banquet.


1990 Football Senior


1990 Football Senior

QUARTERBACK, CAPTAIN, A three-year letterman and scholar athlete, Ryan ended his career at McKinley in the fall of 1990 as the top ranked all-time passer in our history (he stands third currently). His 2,952 career passing yards moved him ahead of Rick Worstell and Rock Hontas, no easy task. He worked hard and played smart. He has the honor of quarterbacking the first game played in McKinley-Massillon history on artificial turf and winning. Don Scott Award winner

OFFENSIVE GUARD, LINEBACKER, Daryl started defensive tackle as a junior but his 4.8 speed and mobility going into his senior season he was moved to LB. The 1990 Press Guide states about him being an aggressive headhunter. All-NE Ohio honorable mention, Repository first team defense.

Winner of the Dick Kempthorn award his senior season.


1991 Football Senior


Assistant Coach

WIDE RECIEVER, DEFENSIVE BACK, TRI-CAPTAIN, Ron holds a few spots on the top 10 receiving list in our football history with 999 career yards that has him ranked 8th all-time. He has landed on multiple All-Ohio team his junior and senior year going first team his senior year for All-Ohio, Repository and WHBC. Ron also played in the North/South All-Star game. Received the Marion Motley Award at the banquet.

1980-2005, 23 years at McKinley, Jack graduated from Cardinal Mooney in 1963 where he played center on two city championship teams. A graduate of St. Joseph’s College at Rensselaer (IN.) where he earned his bachelor’s degree, and played three years there. He received his master’s degree at the University of Dayton. Carney and his wife Sue have three sons, John, Ryan and Joel.


Athletic Trainer


Athletic Director

1986-2010, 24 years at McKinley, Jim is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and Marshall University. Jim continues to be involved with athletes and teams at the high school, collegiate and professional level. He works closely with the Pro Football Hall of Fame, the OHSAA and Stark County Coaches Association. Jim and his wife, Kathy, reside in Canton.


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1980-1990; 1993-97, 15 years at McKinley, Bill was born in St. Paul (Mn.) on Sept. 19, 1930 and lived there until his family moved to Chester (WV) in 1941. He graduated from Chester HS in 1948 and earned a bachelor’s degree from Mt. Union in 1952. Served in the Army from 1952-54 and soon after found himself at Canton Lincoln in 1961 as an assistant football coach until 1974 when he took over the as head coach. After the city consolidation in 1976, Bill went to Timken as a teacher and athletic director, then came to McKinley in 1980. Bill retired in 1990 only to return in 1993. Bill served with the McKinley Adult Booster Club and passed away in 1998. The Booster Club Award given out at the football banquet was changed to the Bill Erlitz Award the next year. He is survived by his wife Cindy and their two children, Mark and Darby and four grandchildren.



2012 Canton McKinley

Hall of Fame Induction Class

Che Bryant

Joe Gallo

Bryant will be remembered for his accomplishments in his games against Massillon as in 1992 when he scored on a 57-yard screen pass form Josh McDaniels on the first play of the second half and intercepted a Tiger pass with 20 seconds remaining to seal the win; then in 1993, his eight carries for 77 years and exceptional defensive play gave McKinley a 21-13 win.

From the press book for Joe's senior season; Started every game at center as a junior. One of many with a 300 plus bench press. Very capable of making all our offensive calls - ranked at or near the top of his class academically. Like so many others, off-season dedication in our strength program enhanced his size and strength.

1992 All-Ohio First Team Offense; All-Northeast Ohio First Team Offense (Back of the Year); Repository and WHBC All-County First Team. 1992 Marion Motley Award recipient.

1993 Parade Magazine High School All-American; All-Ohio First Team Defensive Player of the Year; Repository All-County First Team Player of the Year; WHBC First Team and MVP recipent. 1993 'Don Scott Award recipient.

1992 All-Northeast Ohio Honorable Mention; Repository All-County First Team Offense; WHBC All-County First Team Offense. 1992 'Booster Club' Award recipient.

Denell Harris

Mike Hedrick Jr.

Denell played varsity in his junior and senior years at McKinley. He scored three touchdowns his junior year, one against Massillon that went for 17 years in the forth quarter with 50 seconds remaining to give McKinley a 14-6 lead. In 1993 he was a Quad-Captain and rushed for 101 yards against the Tigers in the 21-13 win while rushing for a season total of 400 yards and six TD's.

Mike played for the Bulldogs in 1987 and 1988. As a junior he had seven receptions for 96 yards and four interceptions that he returned for 56 yards. During his senior season he scored two touchdowns with 13 receptions for 158 yards, 2 INTS and 12 punt returns.

1993 All-Ohio Special Mention; All Northeast Ohio First Team; Repository and WHBC All-County First Team. 1993 'Marion Motley Award' recipient. 1992 'Frank Alberta Award' recipient.

1988 Tri-Captain; Repository All-County Honorable Mention; Ohio North/South All-Star. 1987 Beacon Journal Second team defense.

1988 'Don Scott Award' and 'Academic Award' recipient. Was voted Male Athlete of the Year his senior season.

Paul Hobbs

Terrell Hubbard



1993 All-Northeast District Honorable Mention.

1993 All-Ohio Special Mention; All-Northeast Ohio First Team Offense; Repository and WHBC All-County. Selected for the Ohio North/South All-Star game.1993 'Edger Rip Miller Award' recipient

Jeremy Kirkpatrick

Tremaine McElroy

1992 Quad-Captain

1992 Quad-Captain

1992 All-Ohio First Team Defense; All-Northeast District First Team Defense; Repository and WHBC All-County First Team Defense. Selected to participate in the Ohio North/South All-Star Game. 'Academic Award' recipient

1992 All-Oho Second Team Defense; All-Northeast District First Team Defense; Repository and WHBC All-County First Team Defense; Selected to participate in the Ohio North/South All-Star Game; 'Frank Turk Alberta' Award recipient

Julio Patterson

Joe Pukansky

Information to be posted soon.

1992 Quad-Captain

1993 – All Northeast Ohio District Honorable Mention; WHBC First Team Defense

1992 All-Northeast Ohio District Honorable Mention; Repository All-County First Team Defense; Was voted Male Athlete of the Year his senior season.

Chuck Shoenfelt

Jr. DiPietro

Former Adult Booster Club President

Pizza Oven / Papa Bears

Lifetime Achievement

Chuck has dedicated nearly four decades to the McKinley Football Program. Having served as Booster Club President to serving pre-game meals, he has done and seen it all. Chuck is a member of the Canton Amateur Sports Hall of Fame and a Charter member of the Diamond Dogs Baseball Booster Club. Chuck’s most favorite Bulldog moment is anytime we beat the Tigers!

Sponsor Award

When you think Pizza in stark County, you think of the Di Pietro Family.  Pizza Oven/Papa Bears are a family owned business started by Joe DiPietro 52 years ago. For many years our Bulldog football players prepared for each battle with a pre game meal provided by the DiPietro family at Skyland Pines. The kindness and generosity that the DiPitero family has shown the Bulldogs will last for generations. Pizza Oven Charities also sponsors a benefit each year for the Canton Ex-Newsboys Association’s Clothes for Kids program.

Dick Paul

2012 McKinley Football Hall of Fame Induction Events ...

Dinner is Wednesday August 22, 2012 at Tozzis on 12th, Cocktails 5-6 dinner promptly at 6pm.

Enshrinees presented at first game against Walsh Jesuit.

Dumont's Sporting Goods

Sponsor Award

Longtime owner of Dumont’s Sporting Goods. Dick and his late wife Barbara took over Dumont’s in 1977 and since then, Dumont’s has been the mainstay of the sporting good business in Stark County. The Paul family has taken care of many McKinley athletes over the past 35 years at the McKinley Ave NW store. Who hasn’t stopped by Dumont’s on the way to Fawcett to but something?


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