SAGINAW COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAME



                      Korf was the legendary track and field coach

at Saginaw High School for 20 years.
His teams won seven Class A state championships in

that span, including an unprecedented four in a row from

1946-49.
He died in September of 1969.
One year later, thanks to the efforts of Claude Marsh,

Larry Laeding, Ken Gray and Bob Parson, the Herb Korf

Track and Field meet was started, with all proceeds going to

the Herb Korf Scholarship Fund.
Ken McKinnon of Saginaw High was the first Korf Meet Most Valuable Athlete.
Ironically, his father, K.D. McKinnon, was the first state champion in a long line of many coached by Korf, who also coached football for 15 years at Saginaw High

HERB KORF

CLASS OF 2004