TIM ALCORN
Master of Ceremonies

Tim Alcorn

Mention Lorain County high school sports and the name Tim Alcorn will surface sooner or later. He is truly “the voice” of high school sports in Lorain County. His deep resonate voice is probably the most recognizable in the area. He has been calling high school games in northeast Ohio since 1985.

A 1981 graduate of Midview High School, Tim graduated from Kent State University in 1985. Tim made the rounds of various Cleveland sports stations as a sportscaster and sports talk show host and landed at WEOL in Elyria in 1992. Tim and the rest of the WEOL Sports Team are members of the Lorain County Football Coaches Hall of Fame and were responsible for WEOL receiving the “Best Sports Station in Ohio” award six times in the last seven years. Tim is also a three-time winner of Ohio’s Best Sports Broadcaster Award in Ohio by the Associated Press. Recently, Tim is the Sales Manager of WEOL in addition to his sports related activities.

Tim, his wife, Diane, and their four children live in South Amherst. We are pleased to have MAHOF board member and well known sportscaster, Tim Alcorn as our emcee this evening.