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Dan Wamhoff

Since taking up national competitive slalom water skiing in 2004, Dan Wamhoff established himself as one of the best water skiiers in the country. He has been ranked in the top ten nationally six of eight years and qualified for the Water Ski National Championships tournament 12 [...]

Scott Winchester

Scott Winchester graduated from Dow High School in 1991 where he lettered in football, basketball and baseball. He then went on to Clemson University where he played both football and baseball his freshman year. His junior season he became the Captain of the baseball team, as a [...]

Terry Wilczek

Terry Wilczek was an educator and a coach at Midland High School. He coached two sports, football for 35 years and baseball for 29 years. In his football coaching career at Midland High, Wilczek served as an assistant for 26 years, starting under Bob Stoppert as a junior varsity [...]

Jim Wright

Jim Wright earned seven varsity letters at Midland High School in three sports. He was quarterback of the 1968 State Champion Football team. Wright joined the McArdle Pontiac Cadillac softball team in 1972 and played with them until they disbanded in 1980. He was a member of the [...]

Ed Wilson

Ed Wilson has coached Northeast Little League teams in more than 500 games over 36 years, including regular-season and All-Star tournament play. His teams have won many league, city, and All-Star district championships. Wilson has also served on the league’s board of [...]

Don Winger

Don Winger has been sports editor at the Midland Daily News since 1967. He has been a loyal and devoted friend to athletics on all levels in Midland County. He has set new standards for coverage when events such as national softball tournaments and American Legion Baseball [...]

Richie Waite

Richie Waite was an outstanding athlete at Midland High School who went on to play professional baseball before returning to Midland as a top level softball player and coach. Waite earned nine varsity letters at MHS in football, basketball and baseball, earning Michigan Dream [...]

Patrick Weiler

Pat Weiler was an athlete at Meridian High school who further distinguished himself as a runner at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids. At Aquinas, Weiler was a cross-country All-American and was a five –time All-American in the steeplechase including one year as national champion in [...]

Jimmy Walsh

Jimmy Walsh came to Midland in 1940 after winning nine letters in football, basketball and baseball at Eastern Michigan University. In 1941, with Dow Chemical assuming control of the Chemical City Athletic Club, Walsh played for and coached the basketball team as well as the [...]