Hall of Fame

The St. Mary Central Catholic High School Hall of Fame was founded in April of 2000 by Mr. Mike Opfer. The Hall was created to honor former outstanding athletes, those that have excelled in their careers after SMCC, and individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the athletic program and the greater SMCC community.

The Hall also seeks to preserve and promote the rich traditions that make St. Mary Central Catholic High School a unique and valued member of our community. The Hall also helps connect the present with the past and promote the positive aspects of Catholic education in our area.

You can visit the SMCC Athletic and Achievement Hall of Fame online by clicking here.

We are proud to announce the St. Mary Central Catholic High School Hall of Fame Class of 2017:

The St. Mary Central Catholic High School State Champion wrestling teams of 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2006 were inducted into the Hall of Fame as one group on January 14, 2018.  The teams were led by Hall of Fame coach Jude Roth who also coached the 1994 and 2000 State Championship teams.

Tanner Shearer and Matt Stookey were back to back individual State Champions on the 2002 and 2003 teams.  Tanner Shearer made it three consecutive individual State Championships as part of the 2004 team that also featured State Champion Joseph Whelan.  On the 2005 team, Brinden Baum, Corey Opfer and Spencer Dye led the way with individual championships.  The 2006 team had just one individual State Champion in Pat Harrington.

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