Hall of Fame Details
Calvin (Cal) Callaway
Induction Year: 2015
Recipient of the Mertz Mortorelli Coaching Achievement Award
Coached for 20 years in football, wrestling, and track
From 1965-1983, teams compiled a record of 108 wins, 46 losses, 10 ties and 10 conference championships in two conferences -Madison Suburban and Badger Conferences
Founding committee member of the Wisconsin High School Football Coaches Association, and served as Secretary-Treasurer/Executive Secretary from 1975-1989
1977 -Served from inception on the organizing committee for the Annual Wisconsin High School Football Clinic
1977 -Served on advisory committee to WIAA that established the present day play-off procedure and played a key role in bringing representatives from the WIAA and the University of Wisconsin together to approve Camp Randall as the site for the WIAA State High School Championship games
Distinguished Service Award Recipient -National High School Athletic Coaches Association in 1990
After a standout career as a Yellowjacket athlete, Callaway embarked on a coaching career and became one of the most decorated high school coaches in the country. From 1965 through 1983 Callaway was a football coach in the Oregon (Wis.) School District and fashioned a record of 108-46-10.
Callaway's teams won 78% of their games during his career. Callaway was inducted into the Wisconsin High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 1989 and the National High School Coaches Hall of Fame in 2006.