The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame inducted an Ashland resident on Monday.
Anthony Frazier, a former high school standout football player who also played for the Missouri Tigers was inducted along with 10 other members of the Elite 11.
The Elite 11, a group of former high school, college and professional football players,were inducted during the Football Luncheon presented by the Ozarks Coca-Cola/Dr Pepper Bottling Company, President and Executive Director Jerald Andrews said.
The ceremony was held Monday, October 10 at the University Plaza Convention Center in downtown Springfield. The Hall of Fame also inducted former Missouri Tigers quarterback Corby Jones, longtime Seneca coach Tom Hodge, the Camdenton High School football program as well as Randy Ball, a Columbia Hickman and Truman State standout who was a successful college coach and is a scout for the Kansas City Chiefs.
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By Bruce Wallace