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The Calhoun County Sports Hall of Fame was formed in 2005 to honor Calhoun County citizens who have made significant contributions to Calhoun County as athletes, coaches, or in other sports related fields. Each year six nominees are inducted into the Hall of Fame after careful screening by the board members.
Carpenter graduated from Pleasant Valley in 1987 where she was one of the top ten members of her class and named most outstanding senior.READ MORE
Tolleson’s life in football began at Anniston High School where he played first for Freeman (Bulldog) Johnson and then Bill Rutherford.READ MORE
Gunnels was an integral part of two of coach Ed Deupree’s finest Wellborn football teams. As a junior end during the 1966 season he caught seven touchdown passes, a Calhoun County record at the time.READ MORE
A rare high school athlete, Brannen was outstanding in football, basketball, baseball and track.READ MORE
Bryan was a standout basketball player at Piedmont High School under coach Howard Waldrep.READ MORE
Maniscalco came to Calhoun County to attend college and never left. He graduated from John Carroll High School in Birmingham where he was a three-year letterman in football and a four-year letterman in baseball, earning all-state recognition as a senior in 1969.READ MORE
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