Rossford High School gifted varsity basketball memorabilia

. March 1, 2017.
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If you were a player, participant or fan of Rossford High School’s varsity basketball team in the past half century, you might be excited to learn that the Rossford Library has been gifted some interesting memorabilia. Former head coach Joe Stalma has donated a collection of score books containing the statistics of every player from 1966-1984. The Library has undertaken the process of digitizing the score books, allowing anyone with interest in the numbers to go to their website and look back through the hoop history available at rossfordlibrary.org. Go to the Local History tab and select the Historical Collection option. The books can be viewed on the right hand side, under the heading Recent Additions.

Rossford Public Library 720 Dixie Hwy. | Rossford 419-666-0924 | rossfordlibrary.org

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