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OBHOF Statement on COVID-19: The Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame has decided to POSTPONE the 2020 Ceremony until 2021. We are closely monitoring the status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) to assess how it may impact our 15th Annual Induction Ceremony in June. Our top concern is to protect the health, well-being and safety of our attendees, inductees, volunteers, and staff.
As we monitor developments, we will be taking precautionary measures recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
With our first Induction Ceremony in 2006, the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame celebrates the achievements of both male and female basketball players in high school, college, and professional basketball, successful coaches on all levels and those who have impacted the game along the way. We’re telling the stories of the amazing athletes and contributors to the game that have either come from or played in Ohio.
The Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame has decided to postpone the 2020 Ceremony until June 12, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read our press release: https://bit.ly/OBHOF_Postponed pic.twitter.com/O1Lufx4uml(@OHBBallHOF) on 06/03/2020
The Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame has decided to postpone the 2020 Ceremony until June 12, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read our press release: bit.ly/OBHOF_Postponed pic.twitter.com/O1Lufx4umlOHBBallHallofFame (@OHBBallHOF) on 06/02/2020
BREAKING: With tonight’s win, Beavercreek coach Ed Zink has become the first girls basketball coach in Ohio history (and 3rd overall) to win 800 career games. @Jerry_Snodgrass @OHSAASports @whiotv @WDTN @MarcPendleton @OHBBallHOFpic.twitter.com/enTX9E9fRx(@JDabbs86) on 02/18/2020