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OBCA Hall of Fame adds Larry Callison, Dan Hays, David Page, Bob Weckstein, Ray West

OBCA Hall of Fame adds Larry Callison, Dan Hays, David Page, Bob Weckstein, Ray West

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Larry Callison, Dan Hays, David Page, Bob Weckstein and Ray West will be inducted into the Oklahoma Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on June 5 in Edmond.

Callison coached 40 seasons and won four state titles — three with Tahlequah Sequoyah’s girls (2015, ‘17, ‘18) and one with Ketchum’s boys in 1995. He had a career record of 900-224.

Hays posted a record of 724-470 in 38 college seasons — five at Northwestern State and 33 at Oklahoma Christian. He has the most wins by any Oklahoma men’s basketball coach at a four-year college.

Page, who has coached Pawnee since 2004, has won six state titles — two at Yale (1999, 2000) and four at Pawnee (2005, ‘08-10). Has coached for 39 years, including 36 as a head coach. He ranks fifth in the state with 744 wins as a boys coach.

Weckstein has been Frontier’s coach since 1989 and has won six boys state titles (1996, ‘97, ‘99, 2006-08).

West, who died in 2019, coached 45 seasons and ranks second all-time among Oklahoma boys coaches for wins with a record of 853-391. He coached his last 26 seasons from 1994-2019 at Okarche.

For ticket information and reservations, contact Central Oklahoma coach Bob Hoffman by email at or call 405-974-2145.


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