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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Tyler Bischof & Chris DiMarro

September 24, 2016


Tyler Bischof

Tyler Bischof played in the Akron Holy War during his junior and senior football seasons. As a captain on the 2011 St. Vincent-St. Mary Fighting Irish, he led the team to victory over Hoban for the 5th straight year, a 3rd consecutive playoff birth and a regional final. In the 2011 Akron Holy War, Tyler made 10 tackles, 2 for loss and sacked the QB once. Tyler went on to be named First Team All-Ohio and played at Walsh University after graduating from St. Vincent-St. Mary High School. Tyler recently graduated Pre-Med from Walsh University and studying to be a doctor at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.



Chris DiMarro

Chris was an integral part of two Shillelagh Stick victories. The first a 24-0 victory in 1996, the first game after the 20 year break in the rivalry. In the second, Chris found the end zone twice including the game-winning touchdown in 1998’s 21-20 victory. That win started a 9-year streak for Hoban over St. Vincent-St. Mary. After graduating from Hoban in 1999, Chris went on to play football collegiately at Youngstown State University where he was a linebacker and fullback. Chris is the Director of Human Resources at Stow-Munroe Falls City Schools. With him this evening are his wife, daughter, and parents.

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