LETTER: Champions disrespected

I was sorry to see that you couldn't find the space to run a story on the Hall of Fame banquet at Sandusky High School on Saturday night. Sorry, but you missed a good banquet.
Commentary
May 6, 2010

I was sorry to see that you couldn't find the space to run a story on the Hall of Fame banquet at Sandusky High School on Saturday night. Sorry, but you missed a good banquet.

Probably the only thing that has consistently united Sandusky, as a city, has been our sports champions. I was proud to be one of the tri-captains of the undefeated 1965 State Championship football team and really expected some story to be done. The 1965 team was a special team that is still remembered by many, many people in this area. People like Roberta Collins and Demar Moore, not to mention the other inductees, will long be remembered also

You could only find room for a picture of the inductees. I guess it was not spectacular enough for you to sell papers. These athletes and our team put Sandusky High on the map, so to speak. They deserved to have coverage of their special night. I guess people who cheat the government and abuse horses, etc., are much more worthy subjects for you to cover. When my subscription expires I will not renew, and I urge others to do the same. Besides, your reporter's grammar on the story a week earlier led me to believe that we were the first sports team in SHS history, instead of the first team to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Go figure.

Daniel Kaser, DDS

Sandusky