Wolfe Inducted Into National Wrestling Hall of Fame

Aaron Selbig

Steve Wolfe (Homer Tribune photo)

 

     Homer wrestling legend Steve Wolfe is now a member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Oklahoma. 

     Wolfe is a former coach at all levels of wrestling in Homer, including the Popeye youth wrestling club and Homer and Voznesenka High Schools. He is known for fostering a love of wrestling in the community for many years. His Homer Mariner teams won three state titles in the 1980’s and earned the nickname “The Toughest Small School in the State.” In 1986, he was named the national Wrestling Coach of the Year.

     Wolfe is also the author of the books “Call Me Coach,” “Call Us Champions” and “Call Us Olympians.” He was inducted into the hall of fame Saturday at a ceremony in Anchorage.

 

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