Midland Amateur Sports Capital Committee

Dave Mammel

After earning four varsity letters as a member of the Michigan State baseball team then staying on for two years as a volunteer assistant coach, Dave Mammel headed to Coleman to coach a variety of sports. Most notably, Mammel has been involved with the Comet baseball program [...]

Pat Riepma

Pat Riepma spent 15 years (1993-2007) as the head football coach at Northwood University turning the Timberwolves into one of the elite programs in the nation. A four-time GLIAC Coach of the Year, Riepma is the all-time winningest coach in Northwood history, having registered a [...]

Roger Karr

Roger Karr began his teaching and coaching career in 1969 with the Bullock Creek School District. In a span of nearly 32 years, he served in numerous coaching positions and as Bullock Creek’s Athletic Director. During his tenure with Bullock Creek Schools, Karr coached: jv and [...]

Darryl Crabb

Darryl Crabb is a lifelong resident of Midland. He graduated from Midland High School in 1956 and from Central Michigan University in 1960 with a bachelor’s degree in Education. He started his 35-year career with the Midland Public Schools teaching Elementary Physical Education. [...]

Dan McShannock

Dan McShannock was an high school educator, coach, and athletic administrator since 1972. Most notably, he served as H.H. Dow High School Athletic Director from 1992 until his retirement in 2007. He is a graduate of Muskegon High School and Western Michigan University. He was an [...]

Don Kasper

Don Kasper coached track and football for over 25 years as a volunteer assistant at Midland and Dow High Schools. He taught Physical Education at Central and Jefferson Intermediate Schools. He started the junior high track program at Central Intermediate and was the first [...]

Al Quick

Al Quick was a counselor, teacher, coach and athletic director for thirty-six years, the last twenty-five at H.H Dow High School in Midland. Quick coached football, baseball, golf and hockey as well as overseeing the entire athletic program at Dow. Quick was the first head [...]

Jack Finn

Jack Finn was head football coach at Northwood Institute for 18 years, and athletic director at the local college for twenty years.  As head football coach from 1969-86, Finn posted a record of 87-74-6, including three GLIAC Championships.  As Athletic Director Finn built a [...]

Dave Keilitz

Dave Keilitz won four letters at Midland High School, two each in baseball and basketball. He went on to play baseball at Central Michigan University and was that school’s first NAIA All-American baseball player in 1964. He established nineteen game, season and career hitting [...]

Lloyd Osborn

Lloyd Osborn was an outstanding coach and educator for the Midland Public Schools. He coached football, basketball, and baseball at Northeast Intermediate and also served as their Athletic Director until his death. Wins and losses were not the measure of Lloyd Osborn’s success; [...]

Bob Stoppert

Bob Stoppert came to Midland in 1943 as head basketball coach and assistant football coach at Midland High School. He became the head football coach in 1953, serving in that capacity until he retired in 1974.  He also served as athletic director through 1974. During his [...]