Inductees Veteran coach Walter Grebe produced his fourth unbeaten team in six seasons when he led Farmington to an 8-0-1 record and another Illio Conference championship in 1950.
Over the six seasons Grebe's teams went 52-2-2, one of the most successful runs of any team in the state.
The Farmers outscored their opponents 179 to 54 and shutout Canton 13-0 to end the season. The only blemish on the year came in a 14-14 tie with Chillicothe.
Halfback Geno Muzzarelli was named to the Little All-State team and the Illio all-conference team. Fullback Les Franks and end Ray Fatheree also earned all-conference honors.
THE 1950 SEASON
Farmington 25, Tremont 13
Farmington 14, Lewistown 0
Farmington 13, Washington 7
Farmington 14, Cuba 7
Farmington 23, Morton 6
Farmington 54, Dunlap 0
Farmington 7, Lewistown 0
Farmington 13, Canton 0
Veteran coach Walter Grebe produced his fourth unbeaten team in six seasons when he led Farmington to an 8-0-1 record and another Illio Conference championship in 1950.
|1983-84 Richwoods Girl's Basketball Team|
Continuing the success of the state champion 1982-83 team, the 1983-84 Richwoods High School girls basketball team set the state record by extending the program’s winning streak to 63 consecutive games before falling in the IHSA Class AA state championship game to Elmhurst York High School, 55-46. The 63-game winning streak remains the second-best in IHSA girls basketball history, topped only by a 65-game run by Maine West High School from 1987-89. Entering the state tournament as the No. 1 ranked team in the state, the 1983-84 Knights finished the season with a 31-1 overall record and they won the fourth consecutive conference championship. Led by state tournament scoring leader Nora Lewis, Richwoods set the tourney record by shooting 71.4 percent from the field in its quarterfinal victory against Dundee-Crown High School.