A medical examiner, a baseball coach and a local news anchor will join the Whitehall-Yearling High School Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30.

A medical examiner, a baseball coach and a local news anchor will join the Whitehall-Yearling High School Hall of Fame during an induction ceremony at 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30.

The Hall of Fame selection committee named Michael Shade, class of 1975, Dr. Brian Hunter, class of 1985, and Monica Day, class of 2000, as the hall's newest members.

The Hall of Fame opened in 1990, said Ty Debevoise, director of communications and marketing for Whitehall schools.

The selection committee chose inductees from a list of publicly made nominations.

Whitehall Superintendent Brian Hamler said he is pleased with the "well-rounded" selections and looking forward to the ceremony.

The induction ceremony is scheduled for about 7 p.m. Jan. 30, immediately prior to the boys varsity basketball game at Whitehall-Yearling High School, 625 S. Yearling Road.

The Whitehall Rams will play host to the Grandview Heights Bobcats.

A reception is scheduled for 6 p.m. Jan. 30, prior to the ceremony, in the high school media center.

Shade is a retired teacher from the Gahanna-Jefferson Public School District, where he taught health for 36 years. He is a graduate of Capital University, where he played baseball; in 1999, he was inducted into Capital University's Athletic Hall of Fame.

Shade has been head coach of the Gahanna Lincoln High School varsity baseball team since 1992, leading the Lions to a pair of Ohio Capital Conference championships, seven district championships, two regional championships and two state Final Four berths.

Hunter is a medical examiner in Genesee County, Mich., specializing in forensic pathology at Hurley Medical Center in Flint.

He has a bachelor's degree from Miami University and graduated in 1994 from medical school at the University of Cincinnati.

Day is the weekend anchor for WCMH-TV (Channel 4) in Columbus.

Day won the Miss Ohio USA title at the Miss Ohio Pageant in 2007. The following year, she competed in the Miss USA Pageant and won the title of Miss Congeniality.

Day is involved in numerous charities in central Ohio.

The three inductees will increase the number of Hall of Fame members from 69 to 72.