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Jack Greynods

He got his start in basketball as an all-stater at Tanner High School near Weston, West Virginia, his hometown. He took his cage prowess to Alderson Broaddus College where he broke most of the school's scoring records. He wound up his career in 1952-53 by averaging 28.5 points a game - ninth leading scorer in the nation. He came to the Akron area in 1957 and he's been here ever since, coaching basketball until 1986. While head man at revere High for 12 years his Minutemen captured the Suburban League title seven times. Prior to the 1969-70 season he took over a floundering Barberton High program and did nothing but win. His Record over 17 seasons reads a phenomenal 332 wins and only 63 defeats with the Magics. His Barberton cagers won four district crowns, two regional titles and one state championship. The latter honor was gained by the 1975-76 squad that finished the season 26-0. Four times Greynolds was named Summit Country Couch of the Year. Greynolds has a 31-year coaching mark of 548-128 and ranks fifth among Ohio high school basketball coaches.

Inducted 1976 | Coach, Basketball