Inductees Veteran coach Walter Grebe produced his fourth unbeaten team in six seasons when he led Farmington to an 8-0-1 record and another Illio Conference championship in 1950.
Over the six seasons Grebe's teams went 52-2-2, one of the most successful runs of any team in the state.
The Farmers outscored their opponents 179 to 54 and shutout Canton 13-0 to end the season. The only blemish on the year came in a 14-14 tie with Chillicothe.
Halfback Geno Muzzarelli was named to the Little All-State team and the Illio all-conference team. Fullback Les Franks and end Ray Fatheree also earned all-conference honors.
THE 1950 SEASON
Farmington 25, Tremont 13
Farmington 14, Lewistown 0
Farmington 13, Washington 7
Farmington 14, Cuba 7
Farmington 23, Morton 6
Farmington 54, Dunlap 0
Farmington 7, Lewistown 0
Farmington 13, Canton 0
Veteran coach Walter Grebe produced his fourth unbeaten team in six seasons when he led Farmington to an 8-0-1 record and another Illio Conference championship in 1950.
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