Naz Bohannon The Titans' Naz Bohannon was named to The Associated Press Division I All-Ohio first team on March 22, 2017.
Julie Andrews Julie Andrews, a 1976 Lorain Sports Hall of Fame inductee and softball legend, is seen with her plaque in the LSHOF Museum at Lorain High School at the April 10, 2018, museum Open House.
The Lorain Sports Hall of Fame
Honoring the best in athletic achievement
The Lorain Sports Hall of Fame was founded in December, 1969, to honor those Lorain residents whose names are synonymous with all that is the best in athletic achievement from the outstanding sports heritage in Lorain, the International City.
In The News
Watch 2021-2020 banquet & profiles of new inductees
This new video shows the LSHOF enshrinement banquet on Saturday night Sept 4 and includes profiles of the new inductees. Video courtesy of Lorain Schools TV20 YouTube channel.
Local newspapers highlighted the 51st LSHOF Enshrinement banquet and our new enshrinees.
2021 Uland winners: Hermon, Carreras, Billings, Allen
Pictured above, left to right, Mikiya Hermon of Lorain High School and Hiram Carreras of Clearview High School are the top winners of the J. Ed Uland Award scholarships for 2021 from the Lorain Sports Hall of Fame. Runner-up winners are Jamir Billings of Lorain High and Elizabeth Allen of Clearview. All four will receive scholarships. The Uland awards honor the outstanding male and female scholar-athletes from each high school in the city of Lorain. The selection process is based on demonstrated excellence in athletics, academics, leadership, and community service. Each of these areas is considered of equal value and importance in making the selection. Congratulations and best wishes to the winners!