STATISTICS & HISTORY
Beryl Drummond appeared in just three games in the National Basketball League, but earned a living for over a dozen year as a independent professional basketball player. Drummond was a member of the one of the greatest high school teams in the history of the state of Ohio, the “Waterloo Wonders.” Over the course of two seasons (1933-34 and 1934-35) , the high school team from a tiny hamlet in southeastern Ohio won 79 of 80 games and two Class B State Scholastic championships. The “Wonders” remained a popular attraction for the next half-dozen years touring Ohio and other nearby states. During most of World War II, Drummond was stationed in Dayton, Ohio , where he remained active with independent teams throughout the war. After leaving the service. Drummond toured for another seven years, mostly with the Whiskered Wizards.
|Beryl E. Drummond||Born: Jun 16, 1918||Died: Apr 26, 1982||Hometown:||Waterloo, Oh.|
|REGULAR SEASON RECORD|
|1946-47||House of David||Indep|
|Major League Totals||3||1||0||2||0.7|
|1943-44||Dayton Acme Aviators||WBT||2||4||2||4||.500||10||5.0|
|Major League Totals||11||20||9||49||4.5|