Toby Hammond

Years as Calvert Head Football Coach - 1995 - 2003
Career Record - 66-36-0 (64.7%)

League Membership During Career - Midland Athletic League

Career Highlights
4 MAL Championships
5 State Playoff Appearances
3 MAL Coach of the Year Awards
1998 Ohio Division VI Coach of the Year

The former head coach at Sandusky St. Mary's, Toby Hammond then became an assistant coach at Tiffin University before coming to Calvert with his explosive run-and-shoot spread offense in 1995 as Terry Mark's successor. Through his 9 seasons he became Calvert's 3rd all-time winningest coach, and he owns the school's 2 highest season win totals. In 1998 he was honored as the Ohio Division VI Coach of the Year, the only Calvert coach ever to win such an honor. Known for his outspoken and intense demeanor on the sidelines, Coach Hammond was not always politically correct, but he certainly managed to get the most out of his players. Toby left Calvert in 2003 to take on the task of rebuilding the Port Clinton High School program.