(1924-2002) Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1985 Born and raised in Hartford, Yellin graduated from Weaver High School, where he became known as “Bull” for his role as fullback on three powerful Weaver varsity football teams. In 1940, Yellin scored both touchdowns to lead Weaver to a 12-6Read More →

(1933-2017) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1992 A Hartford native, Yellin was a letterman at Weaver High School on both the basketball and tennis teams. AS a senior, he established a city-wide record for points scored in basketball, averaging 18 points a game. In tennis, his teamRead More →

(1920-2013) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 2002 Growing up in Hartford, Wiesen attended both Weaver High School and West Hartford’s Hall High School, playing basketball and running track at both schools. He was the captain of Weaver’s only swim team in 1936. In between his sports activities,Read More →

(1910-1994) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1987 A Hartford native, Weinstein played football at Hartford Public High School and at Trinity College in the late 1920s and early 1930s. A lineman, he played every minute of every game from his freshman to his senior year at TrinityRead More →

(1924-2019) Inducted into the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1990 Born and raised in West Hartford, Weiner starred on the football, basketball and baseball teams at Hall High School, from which he graduated in 1942. He was a regular third baseman on the American Legion team. Weiner’s team won theRead More →

(1915-2016) Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame, 1983 Born in Hartford, Waltman graduated Northwest Grammar School, where he played on a city championship basketball team in 1928 and a champion baseball team. He remembered that as a reward for winning the baseball championship, the team got to go toRead More →