Hall of Fame History
The creation of the Boyertown Wrestling Hall of Fame occurred during the 1989-90 wrestling season when
Boyertown was celebrating its first twenty-five years of existence. A group of wrestling alumni, past coaches,
and wrestling enthusiasts felt that it was important to pay tribute to the elite people who have had a major
impact on wrestling in Boyertown.
A committee established the criteria for induction into the Hall of Fame. Wrestling alumni, past coaches
and any interested person can be a member of this committee. Induction will occur every other year beginning
with the 1991 year. To be eligible for nomination a wrestler must be out of the program at least five years.
The ballot will contain a maximum of ten nominees with at least one representative from each fifteen year
period in Boyertown wrestling history. People outside of wrestling that made a major contribution to the
program will be recommended by the committee.
Boyertown wrestling alumni, past and present coaches and BAWA members are allowed to vote. Each person
may vote for a maximum of three nominees with the top two being inducted. Any other nominee receiving fifty
percent or more of the votes will qualify for induction.
Inductees receive an individual plaque and their names placed on a large displayed in the senior high
showcase. The Boyertown Wrestling Parents Association will finance all awards for the Hall of Fame.
The next ballot will be during the 2018-2019 season. The committee would like to have as many
people get involved in the nomination and voting process as possible. Anyone interested in becoming
involved with the Hall of Fame should contact John Cooley, Senior High Assistant Coach.
Hall of Fame Members
Year in parenthesis is year of induction