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Al Baker began the University of Findlay women golf program and coached men golf and basketball at the school during a 40 year coaching career that began with high school basketball at Arcadia High School.

Baker joined the UF staff in 1990, teaching in the education department and coaching men golf (23 seasons) and serving as men basketball assistant for 13 years.

He fielded the first Comprar Levitra women golf team in 1994 "Oxandrolone Powder India" with his 1998 squad finishing fourth nationally behind NAIA champion and four time All American Kiki Corliss.

He was voted Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference men (2002, 2008) and women (2013) golf coach of the year and the 2007 men team won the GLIAC championship.

After graduating from Findlay (1973), Baker was hired at Arcadia as an English teacher and head boys basketball coach.

He was named Blanchard Valley Conference and District 8 Coach of the Year (1978) and his 1977 78 team was inducted into the Hancock Sports Hall of Fame in 1998.

He went on to teach English and serve as a Findlay High boys basketball assistant for 11 years.

Andy Butler was a two time all Ohio performer in basketball and baseball at Liberty Benton High School.

Butler led the 1994 95 Liberty Benton boys basketball team to the Division IV state title. He was named Division IV Player of the Year that season and most valuable player in the state tournament, where he scored 31 points in the championship game. He holds the Liberty Benton single season scoring record, with 592 points, and ranks third in career scoring, with 1,434 points.

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Butler resides in Columbus and is an assistant vice president for JP Morgan Chase.

Bill Kotterman was a three year varsity basketball standout at Riverdale High School, earning all Ohio honorable mention as a senior and became a three time first team all conference and two time NAIA District 22 cager at Findlay College.

Riverdale compiled a 56 14 record during Kotterman three years in the starting lineup, winning three straight sectional and district titles reaching the regional finals when he was a sophomore.

Kotterman was first team all Hardin County as a junior and senior, second team all North Central Conference as a junior, first team all NCC as a senior and earned all Northwest Ohio and all Ohio honorable mention awards.

He ended his high school career with 875 points (No.3 at Riverdale) and 653 rebounds (No. 3 all time). Kotterman also collected three varsity letters in golf, two in track Buy Dianabol Injection and one in baseball at Riverdale, where he was an assistant varsity boys basketball coach (1996 2004).

At Findlay College, he was a four year starter, and scored 1,303 points. He played professionally in Iceland in 1982 83.

Co owner/operator of Falcon View Farms since 1981, the Wharton resident has also worked at DTR Industries in Bluffton since 2007.

Hobart Schoonover was born Equipoise Bloat in McComb on July 12, 1918. He attended Findlay schools and later graduated from the Ohio State Veterinary College in 1942. His father, Roy Schoonover, was a farmer and veterinarian. Roy love of horses filtered down to his son, and at age 31, Doc drove in his first harness horse race.

Since then he has raced at Ohio and Michigan fairs and pari mutuel tracks for 64 plus years. After Doc retired from his veterinary practice (1980), he began racing full time.

The first horse Doc owned was four year old Prudence Yoder (Prudy). His first start with Prudy was at Scioto Downs in 1953. The purse was $400 and he placed first the race in 2:14 4/5 in a photo finish.

During his racing career, Doc had a good groom and partner to assist him, his wife, Ruth, of 71 years until her death in 2012. After his twin daughters, Sharon and Sandy, retired from Marathon Oil Company, they joined their dad in the business.

Doc trained horses at the Hancock County Fairgrounds until 1971 when he built a half mile track on his farm east of Findlay. For years he worked as a timer "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" at the Hancock County Fair and served on the fair board.

During the 2008 season, at age 90, Doc made 22 starts. He made it to the winner circle at age 91, 92 and 93.

In 2010, he was inducted into the Northwestern Ohio Colt Racing Association Hall of Fame and became the oldest driver in North America to win at age 93 in 2011.