The Indiana Sports Corp has named a well-known Indianapolis sports anchor its 2017 Pathfinder Award winner. WISH-TV Sports Director Anthony Calhoun was honored Thursday at the annual State of Sports event at the Indiana Roof Ballroom in the city’s downtown. The Evansville native is the 30th winner of the award, joining prominent figures including:

• Condoleezza Rice

• John Wooden

• Larry Bird

• Governor Mitch Daniels

• Tony Dungy

• Peyton Manning

• Jack and Barbara Nicklaus

• Bill Russell

• Oscar Robertson

• Dick Vitale

The award recognizes those who have shown a commitment to improving the lives of America’s youth.

Indiana Sports Corp President Ryan Vaughn says "we are pleased to honor our friend Anthony Calhoun for his longstanding commitment to the Indianapolis community and most importantly our youth. For decades, A.C. has taken pride in representing Indianapolis and giving back through charitable contributions which make him an outstanding choice to join our list of Indiana Pathfinder Award recipients."

Calhoun runs an annual charity golf event that has raised more than $1 million over the years for inner-city youth education.

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