The Hubbard All Sports Hall of Fame banquet is April 24 at St. Patrick's Church Hall.
Ticket information is available by calling Joe Carano at 330-534-7700.
The following are this year's inductees:
SUE RUBY DeMAIOLO (TRACK 1980)
Sue Ruby was one of the top track athletes in school history.
She was a four year letter winner and as a freshman set the 80-yard hurdle school record. Ruby will always hold that record since its no longer an event.
A year later she placed first in the Steel Valley Conference meet. As a junior, Ruby won every hurdle race and set a school record in the 100-meter hurdles. In the sectional meet she captured first in hurdles, the 880 medley relay and was named all conference.
Her dominance continued her senior season. Again, she didn't lose a race, advanced to the district meet, falling short of the state meet in a photo finish. Her accolades included all conference in hurdles, medley relay and the 1600 relay team.
Besides track, Ruby also was a two-year letter winner in basketball.
Following graduation she received an associate degree at Youngstown State University and is a medical assistant at Hubbard Diagnostic Center.
She was the Hubbard hurdle coach for two years having three athletes advance to district finals and one placed sixth in the state meet.
Ruby is married to her husband Mike, and they have a son Marcus and daughter Megan.
JEFF BAYUK (COACH)
Jeff Bayuk is one reason Hubbard football is a prominent program in the area.
His arrival in 1991 started a turn around that is still being felt today. Once a doormat in high school football, Bayuk and his assistant coaches turned the program into one of the most successful in the area.
Bayuk's 15-year run included six playoff appearances, seven league championships, and two undefeated regular seasons (2001 and 2004) - the second and third in school history. His 121 wins are the most in school history. Along the way he received the Associated Press Division II Coach of the Year Award (1991), Mahoning Valley Coaches Association Coach of the Year (11 times) and Trumbull County Coaches Association Coach of the Year (10 times).
Bayuk also coached in two prestigious all-star games. In 1993, he was an assistant in the Big 33 game in Hershey, Pa. and in 1997 coached in the North-South Ohio All Star Game in Massillon. In 2001-2002 he was named Teacher of the Year by the Hubbard Christians in Action and in 2004 was awarded the Humanitarian of the Year by the National Football Foundation.
After resigning in 2006, he took over at Campbell and turned the Red Devils into a playoff team in only three years.
Bayuk, a Kennedy Christian (now known as Kennedy Catholic) graduate teaches at Hubbard High School. He resides in Hubbard with his wife Maria and they have two grown children - Laura and John.
GARY BROWN JR. (1993 BASEBALL)
Gary Brown Jr. was a versatile athlete excelling in baseball, basketball and football earning eight athletic letters.
In baseball, Brown started as a freshman and progressed into solid player each year. In 1991, as a sophomore he was first team all conference and led the team in batting with a .318 average. As a junior he earned first team all conference, team Most Valuable Player and pitched his first career no hitter.
In 1993, was team MVP, first team all county and conference and led the team in batting with a .333 average.
Over his career Brown played in more than 100 games and had more than 100 hits.
As a basketball player Brown was a three-year letterwinner. As a sophomore, he was second team all county and honorable mention all conference. As a junior, he was honorable mention all conference and all county.
Brown's senior season was full of accolades, first team all county, first team all conference, honorable mention northeast Ohio and team MVP.
Brown put his name in the record book with several records including most 3-pointers in a game (seven), most in a season (60) and most in a career (154).
He also played football one season. In 1992, he was Division II all county and honorable mention all conference.
Brown is a regional sales manager with Union Corrugating in Galloway, Ohio. He has a daughter, Lily. He's the son of Gary and Patricia Brown and has a sister, Melissa Tonti.
CARA HENDRIX (1985 BASKTEBALL)
Cara Hendrix enters the Hall of Fame as one of best basketball players in school history.
She earned three letters and set numerous individual records and was part of various team records.
Hendrix scored a record high 41 points on Dec. 15, 1984, in a 57-26 win over Poland. She set the school single season scoring record (1984-1985) with 446 points and set the all time career scoring record with 1,019 points (1983-1985) in three seasons.
As a sophomore, Hendrix led the Eagles to the district semifinals. A year later, she was a first team all Trumbull County selection and all northeast Ohio Honorable Mention, Hendrix's honors grew her senior year. She helped the Eagles to a spot in the district tournament losing in the championship game. She was third team all-Ohio, first team Northeast Inland, Trumbull County Class AAA Player of the Year, and played in the Mahoning Valley Coaches Association All Star Classic.
Hendrix and her twin sister, Carla received basketball scholarships to Youngstown State University. She was a four-year letter winner and received her B.S. in education.
Cara received her Masters Degree in Recreational Administration from the University of Mississippi in 1991 and her Educational Leadership kindergarten through 12 Principal's License from the University of Denver in 1998.
From 1995 to 2005 she was a high school teacher and assistant principal.
Cara currently is a housewife and resides with husband in Fairborn, Ohio.
BRIAN CONKLIN (1999 BASKETBALL)
Brian Conklin was one of the most prolific athletes at Hubbard High School.
He was a two-sport star earning seven letters, four in basketball and three in baseball.
Conklin set four school records in basketball: points (1,180), rebounds (838), assists (243) and blocked shots (121). He was first team all conference and all Trumbull County three times, all State and all district twice.
Conklin also excelled on the diamond. He was an all conference selection two years and named the defensive player of the year twice. He also played in the northeast Ohio all-star baseball game at Progressive Field in Cleveland.
Conklin continued his basketball career at the University of Nebraska. He played in 119 games over four years and set numerous records. He's the all time 3-point percentage leader and led the nation in 2004 in 3-point percentage at 56 percent. Conklin is fourth in Nebraska all time career 3-pointers with 176, and made six 3-pointers in a game five times.
Conklin graduated with a Degree in Secondary Education in 2004 and is the Omaha Area Director for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In this capacity he conducts Bible studies, over sees the mentoring of both college and high school athletes and conducts basketball shooting camps.
He lives in Omaha, Neb. with his wife Jenny and their two children, Jonah and Abby.
ANTHONY CARSONE JR. (1978 FOOTBALL)
Anthony Carsone enters the Hall of Fame for football.
A 1978 graduate of Hubbard High School, Carsone nicknamed "Stump" also played basketball, and participated in track and swimming, but truly excelled on the gridiron.
As a junior, Carsone was second team all Steel Valley, first team northeast Ohio, all State honorable mention and teammates voted him Offensive Back of the Year.
Carsone was named captain his senior season, helping the Eagles to a 7-3 season. He was third team all County, and was a nominee for Trumbull County Player of the Year.
In his career, Carsone rushed for 1472 yards and scored 20 touchdowns.
Carsone also earned three letters in track, and one in swimming. He was also a member of the 1977 basketball team that won the Steel Valley Conference Championship.
Carsone continued his career at Fairmont State. He was part of two conference championships and reached the NAIA Playoffs. Carsone received three letters and earned Player of the Week honors once during his senior season.
He received his bachelor of education in 1982 and a masters degree in administration from the University of Dayton in 1990.
Carsone is currently an assistant principal at Champion High School. In 2006 he was presented the All Star Teacher Heroes Award from Champion High School.
Carsone and his wife, Penny Kay reside in Hubbard with their daughters, Blair and Bryce.
PAUL ANDRASO (CONTRIBUTOR)
Paul Andraso enters the Hall of Fame as a contributor.
Over 33 years in the Hubbard School System, he served as head boys basketball coach, assistant athletic director in charge of girls athletics, athletic director, assistant baseball coach, and head baseball coach.
Andraso came to Hubbard in 1972 and led the Eagles to the Steel Valley Conference Championship in 1977. That is the last basketball league championship won by the Eagles. They eventually lost to Warren Harding in the district tournament - finishing 17-4.
After a brief retirement Andraso returned to the court from 1981 to 1985. His nine year record was 99-76.
Between 1978 and 1986, he served as assistant athletic director - overseeing girls athletics for two years and as athletic director for four years.
Andraso loved coaching and turned to baseball. From 1986 through 1990, he was an assistant baseball coach under Dick Tate and in 1991 took over the baseball program and won the TAC-8 championship.
Andraso returned to the Athletic Directors position again and served in that role from 1991 through 2005 before his retirement.
He's a graduate of Chaney High School where he played basketball four years. He was a second team all City Series selection his senior season and led the Cowboys to the league championship and a 16-2 record.
Andraso continued his education at Western Reserve University in Cleveland. He played three years of varsity baseball and was the Most Valuable Player all three seasons.
He was offered a pro baseball contract offer but chose not to accept it. Paul also played three years of basketball and was the Most Valuable Player his final season.
Andraso's accomplishments haven't gone unnoticed. He was Trumbull County Coach of the Year in 1977 and honored by the Mahoning Valley Coaches Association in 2008 receiving their Contribution to Sports Award.
He keeps is hand in athletics these days. He's the Inter Tri County League Commissioner, administrator of the Covelli Centre High School Basketball Series, and president of the Hubbard All Sports Hall of Fame.
Andraso and wife Mary Elizabeth have been married 45 years and they have two sons, David and Gregory.
David and his wife Sueann and have three children, Joe, Eve and Sam and reside in Orange, Calif.
Gregory and his wife Margaret have two children, Lydia and Luke and reside in Erie, Pa.
GREG HETSON (1980 SWIMMING)
Greg Hetson becomes the first swimmer to earn entry into the Hall of Fame.
Over his four seasons he set 17 individual records and was part of eight team records.
Hetson was part of the first ever Hubbard swimming and diving team (1976-77) and finished second in overall team points. A year later he set three individual records, was first in overall team points, team MVP, and a district qualifier.
In 1979, he set six individual team records and school records in the 200-yard freestyle, 100 freestyle and 400 free relay.
He was a district qualifier in three events.
As a senior, Hetson set six individual records, including five school records, 200 medley relay, 200 individual relay, 50 freestyle,100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. He was team MVP, placed second in district and 21st at the state meet.
He continued his swimming career at Youngstown State University from 1981 to 1984. Over that time, he was an all-American NCAA Division II in the 50 freestyle and set a couple Penn-Ohio Championship records.
Hetson has been a Quality Manager/Quality Engineer in metal stamping, machining and fabrication for 25 years.
He's married to his wife Linda and has a stepson Chris Culver and they reside in Torrington, Conn.
CALVIN TAYLOR (1967 FOOTBALL)
Calvin Taylor was part of the 1966 football team that won the Steel Valley Conference Championship and finished 8-1.
A great defensive player, Taylor was part of a unit that had two shutouts, against Austintown Fitch and Boardman.
One of Taylor's most memorable moments came against Fitch. With the Eagles nursing an 8-0 lead and the Falcons driving late in the game, assistant coach Dan Modak pulled Taylor aside and told him, "You have to stop them." Taylor did his part coming up with a huge defensive play and preserving the win. For his dominant play, Taylor was first-team all Steel Valley.
Following high school Calvin went to the University of Texas El Paso and studied business administration.
For the past 25 years he's been an Expediter with the U.S. Postal Service.
Taylor currently resides in Youngstown with his wife Beverly and their family includes two sons, Malcolm and Calvin and two daughters, Christina and Adria.
WILLIAM RYSER (50 YEAR and FOOTBALL)
He was one of the best football players to wear a Hubbard uniform in the 1950s.
William Ryser was a dominant player on both offense and defense.
As a freshman defensive back he was Honorable Mention All-Steel Valley. He earned double conference honors as a sophomore, first team offense and second team defense. Ryser's domination continued a year later.
He was a first team all conference defensive end and second team half back. He wrapped up his senior season with dual conference awards, first team fullback and second team defensive end.
Ryser concluded his high school football career by participating in the Trumbull County-Mercer County All Star Game in 1958.
Following graduation Ryser served in the U.S. Army from December, 1959 for two years and spent time in Germany during the Berlin Crisis.
Ryser has stayed busy since retiring from GATX where he worked for 20 years. He coached in the Hubbard Midget Football program, started the Hubbard VFW Little Eagles Football program for seventh and eighth grade and managed and coached for many years, and is active in the Hubbard Gridiron Club. He also volunteers at Farrell Osteopathic Hospital, Sharon Regional Hospital and the Salvation Army.
Bill resides in Brookfield with his wife Stella. They have two children, Bill Jr., and daughter Jennifer Dring, along with five grandchildren.