1998 Hall Of fame



The Windham Bomber Athletic Hall of Fame honors former athletes who achieved excellence through competition, coaches who have made a difference
in the lives of their athletes and supporters of the athletic program.

(Special thanks to George Belden for supplying the information on this page)

(Note: The information written on these athletes were written at the time they were inducted into the hall of fame. Some of the information might be outdated. If you are in the hall of fame and want your information updated please contact Robin Martin through the "Contact" page.


dave jDave Jett......Basketball 1974-1975 Lettered Team went to Regional Finals 1975-1976 85% Free Throws, 17 Points Average Lettered, Co-Captain with Larry Jett All Portage County League State Semi-Finalist Baseball 1975 Lettered District Finalist 1976 Lettered All Portage County Leage All District Tri-Captain 1979 Batting Champion-AA League All-Star Team MVP 1980 All-Star Team Runner-Up Batting Champion 1978-1979 Coached Windham Girls' Varsity Basketball. First winning season. Advanced to Sectional Finals. Softball 1981-1997 Six-time Tony Sabino (MVP) winner. Only person to win this award more than once. 1985 National Champions 1988 National Champions 1990 Third Place in World Series 1996 Runner-Up National Champions 1988 - 1990 - 1996 All World Team Triple Crown Winner (Homeruns, RBI's and Batting Average). Homerun leader each year in the league since 1981. David graduated 5th in his class in 1976 receiving the following awards: Most Outstanding Senior Boy, Most Athletic, Boys State, and Honor Society.



darrell fDarrell Fall showed strong athletic performances and team accomplishments during his high school athletic career. Darrell participated on Windham's last football and baseball County Championship Teams, in which he played a major role on both teams. He attended Heidelberg College for two years where he played football. He then went on to serve four years in the United States Air Force. The following are some of Darrell's achievements and honors: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Football Letter Winner 2, 3, 4 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 Baseball Letter Winner 1, 2, 3, 4 Basketball 1 1st Team All-County in football and baseball 1st Team All-District in football and baseball All-Area 1st Team in football All-State 3rd Team in football Four times Most Valuable Player in football games Senior Year Most Valuable Player Senior Tri-Captain in football Who's Who Among High School Football Players Scholar-Athlete Winner in football and baseball four years Scholar-Athlete Award - Portage County Principals Asso. Quarterback and Placekicker in Senior Bowl Game All-Area Senior Athlete of the Year 1987 Career passing yards 2,788 and 29 touchdown passes School record for most touchdown passes (24) in a season School record for most passing yards (1,978) in a season U.S. Army Reserve National Scholar/Athlete Award.



doreen mDoreen Marcial....Basketball 1975-1977 Lettered three years Team Captain two years Most Valuable Player two years PCL All Star Team Best Foul Shooter Award - 75% Tournament Game High 22 points Volleyball 1977 Lettered Senior Year Cheerleading 1973-1977 Lettered four years. Captain 1976-77 Softball (Summer) County All-Star two years Doreen received the Most Outstanding Senior Girl Award her senior year. Doreen went to Slippery Rock University where she was the first woman to broadcast a men's basketball game on the college radio station. She was also the first female Sports Director of WRCK-AM.





robert sDonald Sampson....Football 1950 Lettered 1951 Lettered 1952 Lettered 2nd Team All-County - End 1953 Lettered Co-Captain All-County Award Basketball 1950 Lettered 1951 Lettered 1952 Lettered, Windham Tournament All Star , All-Star Team Co-Captain, Team won 25 straight games , Outstanding Player Award 1953 Lettered Captain Portage County Scoring Award 22.5 Average Points per Game Scored Most Goals (87) Scored Most Fouls (50) Outstanding Player Award AllCounty Center All-District





robert jRobert Jordan.....1948 Graduated from Uniontown High School 1954 Graduated from Findlay College Four College Letters in Football Two College Letters in Basketball 1954-1956 United States Army 1956-1959 Coached for Marseilles High School Basketball, Baseball and Track Coach , Wyandot County Co-Champions 1959-1962 Coached for Holgate High School - Basketball Coach Henry County CoChampions Henry County Runner-Up 1962-1967 Coached for Windham High School -Head Basketball and Track Coach, Assistant Football Coach Portage County Champions, Regional Finals 1967-1975 Coached for East Canton High School - Head Basketball, Golf, Assistant Football 1975-1978 Coached for Marlington High School - Basketball and Golf Coach 1978-1982 Coached for Mount Union College - Assistant Basketball Coach 1981-1985 Coached for Mount Union College - Head Baseball Coach 1984 Retired from Teaching 1986 Coached for Strasburg High School - Head Baseball Coach 1987-1988 Coached for Akron University - Assistant Baseball Coach 1988-1991 Coached for Marlington High School - Head Girls' Basketball Coach To District only time in history 1989-1993 Coached for Mount Union College - Assistant Baseball Coach 1991-1992 Coached for Salem High School - Assistant Girls' Basketball Coach 1991-1993 Athletic Director for East Canton High School