Four West Michigan High School football coaches were among those inducted into the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association's Hall of Fame over the weekend.

All coaches that were inducted have at least 20 years of experience or 100 wins.  The four coaches from West Michigan far exceed those numbers.

The dedication and success of these coaches is something to be admired.

The West Michigan inductees at Saturday's ceremony were:

  • Jim Galvin:  47 years experience, 269 wins, coached at Grand Rapids Catholic Central, Hudsonville, Sparta, Ottawa Hills, Traverse City Central, and East Grand Rapids
  • Glenn Noble:  32 years experience, 196 wins, has coached at Hopkins for 32 years
  • Scot Shaw:  25 years experience, 189 wins, coached at Three Rivers and Grandville
  • Joe Zomerlei:  36 years experience, 221 wins, coached at Caledonia, South Christian, and Hopkins

See pictures, bios, and more at the West Michigan High School Football Coaches Association's official website.

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