The Wichita Sports Hall of Fame will add 11 individuals, one team and one organization to its ranks during today's induction ceremony.
The event is scheduled for 2 p.m. today at Hillside Christian Church, 8330 E. Douglas. The inductees are:
* Dave Dahl, Wichita State basketball broadcaster and former player.
* Larry Davis, former National Baseball Congress tournament director.
* The Garvey family, founders of the Wichita Swim Club and benefactors of a variety of schools and clubs including the YMCA, Friends, Collegiate and Biddy Basketball.
* Warren Hardy, track announcer at 81 Speedway for 26 years.
* Justin Hromek, member of WSU's 1987 national champion bowling team and winner of the 1994 U.S. Open.
* Don Lock, former Wichita University baseball player who hit 122 home runs in eight season in the major league.
* Morris Lolar, All-City football player at Wichita South, two-time NAIA All-American at Friends and five-year veteran in the Canadian Football League.
* Sara Lungren, two-time Missouri Valley Conference volleyball player of the year for Wichita State.
* Ray Romero, three-sport standout at North, played at Kansas State and became the first Mexican-American to play in the NFL in 1951.
* Joe Stevens, led North to a 1954 basketball championship and scored 1,295 points in three seasons at WSU.
* Herm Wilson, cross country and track coach at WSU for 17 years and coached nine All-Americans.
* Wichita Advantage, 1993 World Team Tennis champion.
* United States Bowling Congress Great Plains Chapter.
More information at www.wichitahof.com.