* David F. Jordan (1979) KHS All-Time leading scorer in boys soccer and who went on to be an NAIAA College First-Team All-Star. Upon winning the DCTOA (Dutchess County Coaches and Track Officials Outdoor Invitational) in 1978 for the second consecutive year, Eileen was voted the Outstanding Female Track Performer. Hampton - Team Home Hampton Talbots Sports Displaying a superb handle, great court vision along with unselfish play, Lynsey helped lead the Golden Knights to an NCAA appearance her sophomore year finishing 20-11. A 2003 graduate of Kingston High School, he led his Varsity basketball team to three OCIAA championships from 2001 to 2003 and two consecutive Section 9 Championships, while becoming KHSs second all time leading scorer with a career total of 1,390 points. News - North Kingstown High School - rSchoolTeams Richard then graduated college and began working at BOCES, but when the Kingston City School District consolidated, some of the schools where he was teaching were incorporated into the Kingston City School system. Hall of Fame - Plattsburgh City School District * Mike Rienzo (1949) Three-sport athlete and coach. She had a 131-13 record, including going 85-0 against Section 9 opponents her last year years. Wall of Fame - Franklin Public Schools Please check back for updates. Doreen Benes Harney, a 1986 grad who became the second 1,000-point scorer in girls basketball history. * Cindy Lowe (1974) Lettered in five different sports. He was a First Team All-DUSO selection for the 1946, 1947, and 1948 seasons. 26201 Siyaya Avenue NE Kingston, WA 98346 Athletic Director: Ed Call Email: [email protected] Office: (360) 396-3312 Fax: (360) 396-3941 She helped lead the Tigers to two section titles and their first state final four appearance in 2007. On Tuesday. In the 1970s and 1980s, he became the WKNY 1490 play-by-play announcer for the Kingston High School Boys Basketball team and, for both the SUNY Ulster and John A. Coleman Basketball programs as well. Silver Lake Regional High School Kingston, MA 02360 . Lancaster High School's Distinguished Hall Of Fame The Hall of Fame committee is composed of former athletes, coaches, and school personnel: Bill Johnson, Chair Martha Jamieson, Athletic Director Olly deMacedo Jim Geronaitis John Mahoney Peter McClelland Scott McKee John Montosi Linda Redding Larry Walsh The committee is always seeking new committed members to serve for two-year terms. He narrowly missed his first title in 1929 when they lost to NFA, 8-0, giving up their only points allowed all season. Coach Holloway was the first female elected President of the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) and served in that role in 1992. Heathers all-around play helped lead the Lady Tigers to two consecutive Section Nine Class A Titles, in 1997 and 1998, including one Regional Final appearance in 1998. Hall of Fame / 2017 Hall of Fame Honorees - kingstoncityschools.org Charlie made 322 Field Goals (2nd closest was 129) and sank 89 Free Throws (2nd closest was 47). Here is a listing of all inductees - Hall of Fame Inductees - All years 2022 HOF . Tay Fisher, a 2004 grad who remains the all-time scorer and 3-point shooter in basketball. Charlie was no slouch with the bat, either, as he hit for a .333 average, accumulating 10 hits and scoring 11 runs in only 8 athletic contests. Dan has often stated that the key to why he has continued in the broadcasting profession is because he has thoroughly enjoyed working with the Radio Kingston 1490 WKNY family. includes ceremony & reception dinner. Charlie continued his baseball career at Kingston, twice becoming a First Team All-DUSO performer as a pitcher and outfielder. She was a three-time ALL-NEC First Team Selection in 2000, 2001 and 2002, and led the NEC in hitting percentage, blocks for those seasons, as well as in kills for her last two years. Where Charlie really excelled was on the offensive end of the court. As of 2019, a total of 482 individuals have been inducted since the first class in 1982. A 1977 graduate of Kingston High School, she set the bar for generations of KHS girls basketball players to come, when she became the first woman in KHS history to score over 1,000 career points. Richard "Dick" England, Class of 1950. Once again, Susan displayed her versatility as a swimmer. Napa High School Athletic Hall of Fame: Gibson lived NFL dream Played a doubles match with former Wimbledon and U.S. Open Tennis Champions, Billy Jean King, and Virginia Wade (1994); Ranked number 5 in ETA (1994); Third place finish NYSPHSAA Tennis Championships (1995); Participated in International Tennis Tournament in Miami, FL. As a Freshman in 1999 for the Bobcats, she was selected to the All-Northeast Conference Second Team. Thomas was called into service during World War II where he served in both the Marine Corps and United States Army. Susan is a three-time cancer survivor who competes on a national level in the U.S Master Swimming Program and is ranked nationally in her age-group. * Floyd Richard McCormick From 1968-88, McCormick coached the golf team to nine league championships, three section crowns. Within our 51 member state associations, we serve 19,500 high schools and more than 12 million young people. KHS finished the season with a superb record of 22-1. His performance earned him national recognition as he was awarded an Honorable Mention spot on the Sporting News All-American Basketball team. She was the first woman to receive a full athletic scholarship in 1975-76 from Syracuse University Womens Athletic Department. The 1959 graduate still holds the record for most career touchdowns and points scored. Hobie is a bona fide legend in the KHS football program. He turned his attention to two-man bobsled and just missed qualifying for the 2002 Winter Olympics. The year 1971 marked the first time that a KHS swimming team had won, swept both the DUSO (Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange) League and the Section Nine Championships, Susans first year. He finished his professional boxing career with 40-2 record and was elected into the New Jersey boxing Hall of Fame. He won five consecutive DUSO Basketball Titles in 1936, 1937, 1938, 1939, and 1940, and followed that up by grabbing four consecutive championships in 1946, 1947, 1948 and 1949. Following his successful final season, Michael was named Most Improved Player by his coaches and teammates as well as first team quarterback by the DUSO coaches. Dan Rorke, Brooks School 2000 Ray Beaupre, North Attleboro Joseph F. Carven, Haverhill Bill Coughlin, Minuteman Regional Richard J. Garvey, Lunenbury Paul O'Boy, Bishop Feehan Arthur "Sandy" Ruggles, North Middlesex 1999 Bill Hamor, Beverly Don 'Mingo' Marino, Southbridge George F. McCabe, Xaverian Walter Nelson, Lowell Joe Santos, Case The school mascot is the Yellow Jackets. Kelly competed on the Womens Tennis Team for 4 years under Coach Phil Rogers (Martina Navratilovas former coach). It was the first ever State Title for any athletic team in KHS history. Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame seeks nominees for induction Coach Burke was promoted to Athletic Director in 1962, the second person in KHS history to hold that title. Costello died in 2011 and a statue was erected in uptown Kingston in his honor in 12. Silver Lake's Athletic Hall of Fame - Plympton-Halifax-Kingston Express At the Section One Class A Championships, Joe, once again, won all three jumping events (Long Jump 21-7) (High Jump 6-8) (Triple Jump 46-11.50). The Hall of Fame Committee announced. During that same three-year span, she scored 1147 points. The voice of Kingston High School Tigers Football. A 1961 graduate of Kingston High School, he is an undisputed legend in the KHS basketball program. The current record holder for most points scored in a single game (44), Ertha was selected for the Dutchess County Scholastic League (DCSL) first team three years in a row and was the top scorer for her team. Eileen continued her running career in both Cross Country and Track at Southwest Missouri State University, now Missouri State University, by setting school records as a Freshman in both the 3000 M run with a time of 10:13, and the 5000 M run in 17:49. Genoa-Kingston High School Hall of Fame. Upon the completion of his service, he returned to football again and played for the Paterson Panthers as well as with the the Brooklyn Dodgers for the All-American conference. Dedicating herself to the sport she loved, she worked relentlessly to improve her all-around game. Comments (-1) OCIAA Senior . She is currently working and living in North Carolina. Hampton Athletic Hall of Fame The Hall of Fame was created in 2001 to honor those individuals who have brought prestige and pride to the Hampton School District athletic program either as a player, coach or administrator. Athletes from six different decades and seven different sports (basketball, baseball, cross country, track and field, swimming, tennis and volleyball) two coaches plus the longtime voice of Tiger football will join the 16 inducted in last years inaugural class. The Athletic Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization, established in 2012 to recognize and honor former student-athletes, coaches, and boosters/supporters who have made significant contributions to high school athletics in EMS ISD. The Tigers share the crown three other times. Tay went on to play basketball for Siena College where he continued to make his mark, graduating as one of Sienas most highly regarded student-athletes ever. Along the way, he garnered six first place finishes, four second place finishes, and qualified for the Section Nine (Class A) Meet, where he would finish 18th. High School coaches headed to the Kingston Sports Hall of Fame We hope this journey today will spark your interest to come and visit the Hall in person. Mike Ferraro, a 1962 grad who starred in baseball, basketball and football. Most athletes dream of breaking records. In retirement, he stayed active in the sport by being a pro boxing judge. In that game on August 14, 1934, he surrendered only 5 hits in 9 innings to earn a 7-1 victory over Rugby Post. Tickets are available through the Kingston. Dan has been married to his wife Ellen for 31 years and has a step-son, Brian. Proving his worth as a versatile athlete, Charlie excelled in baseball as well. In her senior year, Lynsey scored 30 points on three separate occasions. Athletics / HHS Athletic Hall of Fame - Derry Township School District * Charlie Bock (Class of 1938) Bock, who played for Kias, was named by the Freeman as the Kingston High Basketball Player of the Decade. Its a feat that has never been duplicated in DUSO Basketball League history (1923-1971). Ticket availability to be announced. Hes a loyal supporter for 70 years and still going. It should be noted that here was a conscious decision to create an objective process that rewards athletes/coaches that are truly outstanding. The event is scheduled to take place on the Kate Walton Field House Turf Field. During Charlies sensational career, the slick sharpshooter scored a school record of 733 points in 58 games, good enough for a career average of 12.6 ppg. It begins at 4 p.m. with a tour of the campus, including the renovated field house, the turf field, the new high school buildings and the brick display supporting the Hall of Fame. To put this in perspective, no other previous player in KHS history ever scored over 300 points for their careers. The Mike Hoffman Memorial Football Award is a scholarship given to those who best display dedication and leadership. Billy Costello, a baseball player at Kingston, the 1975 grad made his real mark in boxing. THS Athletic Hall of Fame. Charlies combined statistics for the 1936 and 1937 baseball seasons read: 22 hits, 21 runs scored and a sparkling .344 batting average in only 17 games. In 2012, the legendary athlete was honored as the first recipient of the inaugural Hobie Armstrong Excellence Award. He was AD from 1927-63, overseeing the construction of Kate Walton Field House. After college, Mr. Drake caught the attention of the NFL and signed with the Arizona Cardinals, where he would play for six years. Awards | NHSACA Received the "Certificiate of Merit in Recognition of Outstanding achievements in the Fields of Athletics" from the Green and White Club of OU in 1967 and 1988. Before Billys impressive career came to a close, he defeated world champion Juan Laporte in one last fight in 1999. The. The new members will be inducted into the TSSAA Hall of Fame during a luncheon on April 15 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center in Murfreesboro. A 2004 graduate of Kingston High School, he has been wowing crowds as a Harlem Globetrotter since 2009. He is the Tigers all-time winningest coach with 372 victories in 28 years guiding the basketball team. As a four-year member of the basketball team under Coach G. Warren Kias, Big Ed developed into one of the best big men ever to play at KHS. The hall. Coach Kias then brought home Kingstons first DUSO Football Title in 1933 and repeated the feat again in 1936. After failing to make the Freshman Football and JV Basketball teams as a 9th grader, he decided to give cross country a try as a Sophomore. A 1996 graduate of Kingston High School, she proved herself to be a versatile three-sport athlete during her time at KHS. Kankakee High School Athletic Hall of Fame - Daily Journal He was named the Daily Freeman Player of the Year in 2001 and 2003 as well as the Middletown Record Player of the Year in 2003. Hall of Fame - Washington High SchoolWashington High School Home Athletics & Activities Athletics Hall of Fame Athletics & Activities Since 1988, Washington High School has inducted outstanding Warrior athletes into the Washington Hall of Fame annually. KINGSTON, N.Y. >> Nominations are now being accepted for the 2018 class of the Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame. Laura Reigstad Zakrzewski - 1988, Girls Basketball. Fellow announcers Mel Allen, Dick Vitale, and Dick Enberg, to name a few, have made guest appearances on the show as well. That scoring mark stood for more than 40 years. In 2012, a small group of passionate community members started the Marinette High School Athletic Hall of Fame, with a vision to establish a board of directors and a selection committee to create an event to honor the greatest to ever call themselves Marines. An advocate for equality and a strong proponent for the girls athletic program, Vivian helped pave the path for all of KHSs female athletes to come. Joe recorded the areas best jumps with leaps of 6-9 (High Jump), 24-1.75 (Long Jump) and 49-3 (Triple Jump). Showing his versatility as a broadcaster, Dan also covered the Kingston High School Baseball games for several years during the 1990s. Vivian was also at the helm when her team broke an all-time school record of 32 consecutive wins, culminating with a 27-1 season record. Athletics / Athletic Hall of Fame - Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent and ran away with his third DUSO League scoring crown (16.0 ppg.) Grandville High School Athletic Hall of Fame announces Class of - mlive (2007). The U.S. Olympic Committee had decided earlier to take only two teams. He finished with 1,282 points in an era long before the 3-point shot existed. He continues to be Firefly as a Globetrotter and conducts youth basketball camps in the area. Tickets are available through the Kingston athletic director at (845) 943-3736. It was there that his love of sports led him to becoming the Sports Editor for the school newspaper, Dame Rumor. Following his tenure with the minor-leagues, Mike returned to the New York Yankees, this time as a third-base coach. All games with be played at the USF Softball Stadium, which has a 1,500-seat capacity for fans. The mission of this association shall be to uphold the standards and prestige of the North Penn High School Athletic program and to encourage and promote higher education through scholarship awards to those athletes who demonstrate courage and sacrifice during their athletic careers. . There were no inductees selected in 2019. * Leon Randall (1950) Undefeated golfer in school and the all-time winner in the Ulster County Mens Amateur Championship (Herdegen). As a Freshman in 1984, Joe served notice to all those watching, that he was a force to be reckoned with by capturing a 6th place finish at the Section One SEAC (Southeast Athletic Conference) League Championship. In 1975 she became the first KHS female to qualify for the state cross country meet. AEHS Athletic HOF & Alumni Association-Home In 1978, Billy won the New York Golden Gloves Open Championship and soon after, turned his passion into a professional career. Creating an athletics hall of fame | Coach & Athletic Director Three undefeated Tigers football teams are also being honored, from 1915, 1977 and 1978. There is a monument for him at Dietz Stadium. Any nominations received will be in consideration for 2022 and beyond. Dan Reinhard is a 1970 graduate of Kingston High School. He was a NYS Qualifier in all three jumping events: High Jump, Long Jump and Triple Jump. Forty-Nine years ago, in September of 1969, Dan began broadcasting Kingston High School Football, joining the WKNY 1490 Radio Team as a statistician and the half-time/postgame announcer. The 1977 graduate went on to set the single-game scoring record at SUNY Ulster. Kias teams also produced consecutive game winning streaks of 28 and a KHS All-Time Record of 43 in a row. in Communications and is currently the Confidential Secretary to the Mayor of Kingston. She earned varsity letters all four years and was honored in 1976 for her sport by receiving the Lucille H. Verhulst Sportswoman Award. The Kingston High School Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes and honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Tiger athletic program and, in some cases, at the college, professional, and Olympic levels, through their participation as athletes, coaches, or administrators. Roane County High School Located in Kingston, Tennessee, Roane County High School or better known as Kingston is the largest of five high schools in Roane County. From 1984-1987, Joe jumped his way onto the top spot of the Kingston High School Boys Track and Field Record Books. The 1937 baseball season (Charlies final year) brought KHS another DUSO League Baseball Crown. Crispin Kott was born in Chicago, raised in New York and has called everywhere from San Francisco to Los Angeles to Atlanta home. The softball field was named in her honor in 1996. online ticket portal closes on 10/14/22. During the winter of 1987, a sore ankle limited him to running the 100 meters during dual meets. Lynsey made the All-Section Team four times during her illustrious playing career. Keith Simmons, a 2003 grad who, with Fisher, spearheaded Kingstons powerhouse basketball teams from 2001-03. c/o Athletic Director. * Ed Mills (1965) Three-sport athlete who went on to become KHS winningest baseball coach. Kelly continues to give back to her community by volunteering whenever possible in helping children learn the game of tennis. Charlie led the DUSO (Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange) League in scoring in his very first year on the Varsity basketball team. The Windsor High School Athletic Hall of Fame's intent is for Windsor High School in Windsor, Connecticut and our community to recognize and honor those past athletes, coaches, teams, and volunteers who have made exceptional contributions to sports at Windsor High School. Family and friends of inductees are first to reserve a seat. All-time Herdegen wins leader Leon Randall holds up trophy after his win in 1980, one of 16 career victories in the tournament. She graduated with a B.A. She coached Girls Basketball at Tioga High School in central Louisiana for 23 years . To no ones surprise, Charlie led the team in scoring (12.9 ppg.) If you right click on the file name, you will see the option to OPEN or SAVE TARGET AS. A 1,000-point scorer with the Tigers, he went to to star at Holy Cross and played professional basketball in Germany and Turkey. The 1988 graduate played six years with the Arizona Cardinals. He could beat you by driving to the basket or by sinking one of his patented long-range shots. A statue of the boxing legend prominently stands at the intersection of Albany Avenue, Broadway and Chandler Drive in Kingston, reminding locals and visitors alike of Kingstons very own champion. As a first-year competitor, he quickly established himself as the Cross-Country teams top runner by being Kingstons first runner across the finish line in every single meet that year. Purchase tickets here. The Lady Tigers also captured 3 OCIAA (Orange County Scholastic Athletic Association) Division l League Titles during her reign in 2004, 2006, 2007, to go along with a Regional Title in 2007. G. Warren Kias was Kingston's first athletic director and champion coach in five sports. Hall of Fame / 2020 Hall of Fame Honorees - kingstoncityschools.org The individuals selected have made outstanding contributions to the Tiger athletic program and in some cases, at the college and professional levels, through their participation as Kingston High School athletes, coaches or administrators, read a district press release. In the winter sports season of 1974-75, Richard took over the swimming program at KHS for the highly successful Ron Gabriele, who took the Assistant Director of Physical Education and Athletic Directors positions at Columbia-Greene Community College. This unwavering commitment to KHS sports, earned Mr. DeLuca the title of Honorary Football Captain for the Tigers, from 2009 to 2016. Bell Schedule. Rogers surpassed Jim Smiddy, another National High School Hall of Fame member, in 2020 for the most all-time wins in . The first Asian-American to gain induction into the Lowell High School Athletic Hall of Fame, Chea Touch survived an incredible trek escaping the Cambodian genocide of the 1980s. The public will be allowed to reserve limited seats after April 15. He was a powerful and explosive, yet graceful jumper, with a fierce determination to excel. Ferraro hit .585 his senior year and once scored 53 points as a member of the JV basketball squad. In a profession where change is the norm, (Moving on up the line), Dan has chosen to remain local and give back to his hometown by sharing his many talents in the broadcasting profession. Lynsey Timbrouck began her Kingston High School Girls Varsity Basketball career as a promising, talented 8th grader. He set a meet record in the Long Jump (23-1.75) at the Arlington Relays while winning all three jumps for the second consecutive year. AAA set to induct new Hall members - arkansasonline.com He is Kingstons All-Time Winningest Coach with a career record of 372 wins and 113 losses in his 28 years of coaching. Charlie, though, was much more than just a basketball player. After a brilliant career at Siena, he would join the Harlem Globetrotter in 09. * G. Warren Kias Kingstons first athletic director and champion coach in five sports. By the time Lynseys KHS career was over, her name was etched atop the Kingston Girls Basketball Record Book. The 2020 Inductees are: Bobby Fowler. She qualified for the state tourney and, in 94, became the first Section 9 player to win the state championship. In 1943, during World War ll, he was a crew member on the B-29s that flew out of Guam until the last day of the war. Hobie Armstrong, one of the best football players at Kingston. He helped the Maroons to their first solo DUSO (Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange) Championship since Tommy Maines led Kingston to the title in 1936. Charlie led the team in scoring with a school record (14.4 ppg.) Genoa-Kingston High School Hall of Fame - Facebook 15 best Super Bowl LVII parties in and around Ulster County, Stockade FC will play at Marist Colleges Tenney Stadium while Dietz Stadium is being renovated, After 18 seasons and a state championship, Mike Groppuso steps down as Kingston High School baseball coach, Town of Ulster revises policies for dealing with sports injuries, Soccer coach celebrates 50 years in Saugerties, Paltzonians gather at September 11thMemorial to honor the fallen,16 years later, Eight students injured in Kingston school bus accident, Father and son arrested for manslaughter in Saugerties, Kingston Highs 2023 commencement ceremony expected to be held much closer to home than originally feared, Update: Five Kingston students transported to hospital after suspected pepper spray incident at school, New Paltz officials concerned about large-scale development proposal. In 1963, G. Warren Kias retired from the Kingston City School District after 36 years of service. He won 15 DUSO League Hardcourt Titles, along with a Section Two title in 1929, Section Nine in 1947, 1948, and 1949, and one Intersectional Championship in 1948.
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