||When Wenatchee High played Oak Park High of Illinois in a battle of state champions at Seattle's Denny Field on the University of Washington campus, December 26, 1910, Myron was WHS's captain and fullback. He returned for the undefeated 1911 season and again served as captain. At 6'0" and 178-lbs., Myron was the top ball carrier in eastern Washington, including Spokane, for two years and was also considered the region's dominant defensive player and kicker. During his prep grid career, Wenatchee's record was 17-4-2 and 14-1-1 while he was captain. Myron was named to "All-State" teams in 1910 and 1911 by The Spokesman-Review and was also an "All-star Inland Empire" selection. He was an excellent pitcher and hitter for the baseball squad and a "weightman" in track.
After graduation, Myron played college football at Washington State College.
- Caricatures of inductees as they appeared while involved in WHS athletics and the synopsis of accomplishments are drawn and written by Jeff Mertes.