Vince DeLuca, a 1946 graduate who played on Burkes title team. c/o Athletic Director. The induction ceremony took place at the Strongsville Recreation Center and was well attended by family, friends, coaches and community members.The athletic hall of fame committee annually selects five worthy alumni to be inducted into the Hall . 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. 2 were here. Presenter: David Beckerman. By the time Lynseys KHS career was over, her name was etched atop the Kingston Girls Basketball Record Book. Please return completed form to: CCHS Athletic Hall of Fame. He continued his storied career in football and track in field at Harvard. In retirement, he stayed active in the sport by being a pro boxing judge. Seven Grandville athletes from the past will be honored Saturday when the high school hosts its inaugural hall of fame banquet. A 1962 graduate of Kingston High School, he spent his years at KHS as a dynamic three-sport athlete-having played baseball, basketball and football. The 1988 graduate played six years with the Arizona Cardinals. After graduating from Maybrook High School, where he played basketball, baseball, and football at Walden High School due to low numbers, he joined the Air Force. The Colonie Athletics Hall of Fame was established in 2019 to recognize graduates, staff/faculty, and community members who have achieved significant accomplishments and will provide current students with positive role models in their own lives. He was named Dutchess Ulster Sullivan Orange (DUSO) Player of the Year in baseball and basketball in 1962. Costello died in 2011 and a statue was erected in uptown Kingston in his honor in 12. Began his career at Kingston High School in 1946, when he was recruited from Highland High School to resurrect the struggling KHS football program. The 2020 class features Tony Badalato (coach, athletic director), Phil Brown (Class of 1977, track, wrestling, coach), Rene Helbok Cone (1995, swimming, softball), David Jordan (1979, soccer, track), Cynthia Lowe (1974, basketball, skiing, softball, tennis volleyball), Clark Mains (1948, baseball), Ed Mills (1965, baseball, football, coach), Eddie Parker (1983, football, track), Kim Potocki Kennedy (2002, soccer, track), Leon Randall (1950, golf), Michael Rienzo (1949, baseball, basketball, football, coach) and Edward Williams (1960, 1968 U.S. biathlon Olympian). Lynsey Timbrouck was a two-time Freeman Player of the Year and left with five career records, including all-time scorer. Study Hall (B.A.S.H.) 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The Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame bursary award winners for 2018 have been announced. and captured yet another DUSO League Scoring Title (14.6ppg.). 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. and repeating as the leagues scoring champion (16.0 ppg.). 157 likes. The Kingston City School District is pleased to announce the inaugural class of inductees into the Kingston High School Athletic Hall of Fame! Note: There is no direct on-line submission available. 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. DENISE . They had a share of the DCSL Titles as well in 1977, 1981, and 1982, winning both the League Meet and Section One Championships in 1981. The induction ceremony is set to start at 5:30. His belt would be challenged three times before Lonnie Lighting Smith claimed the title in 1985. * Ed Parker (1984) 1983 Freeman Football Player of the Year who went on to play professional ball. His other accomplishments include: setting the Princeton Cross Country Course record (5 miles 24:21); Indoor Track All-Ivy League Two-Miler (1975, 1976); Outdoor Track All-Ivy League 10,000 Meters (1976); New Jersey College Indoor Two-Mile Champion (1976); New Jersey College Indoor Three-Mile Champion (1977); 2nd place finisher in the Heptagonal Outdoor 10,000 Meters (1976); 3rd place finisher in the Heptagonal Indoor Two-Mile (1977); 16th place finisher in the NCAA Outdoor 10,000 Meters (1976); Princeton record-holder in Indoor Two-Mile (8:50.8); Indoor Three Mile (13:37.8); Outdoor 5,000 (14:06.8) and Outdoor 10,000 Meters (29.09.2); His name is still etched on the Dietz Stadium Track Record Board as holder of the longest-standing record, the 322oo Meter Run (9:16.2). The award is named after Kathy Stewart Holloway. 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. Grab a free month of HV1 from the folks who have brought you substantive local news since 1972. The Athletic Hall of Fame recognizes and honors individuals who have To cap off her astounding career, Eileen ran to a new Section One Record in 10:43.4, winning the New York State Two-Mile Title, thus becoming the first female athlete from Kingston High School to accomplish this feat in any sport. She had a 131-13 record, including going 85-0 against Section 9 opponents her last year years. A 1946 graduate of Kingston High School, he has been a loyal and passionate supporter of KHS Athletics since his days as a Kingston Fighting Maroon on Coach Willard Burkes DUSO Football Championship team over seventy years ago. At the Section One Open Championships, he won all three jumping events, setting KHS Records in the Triple Jump (50-7.50), the High Jump (6-10) and shattered a 23-year old Section One Long Jump Record (24-0.50). That scoring mark stood for more than 40 years. She was a pioneer for girls running as she became the first KHS female to earn a trip to the New York State Cross Country Championships in 1975 as a member of the newly founded Kingston Cross Country team. Inducted into the Ohio High School Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame . Earning a full athletic scholarship to Quinnipiac University, Heather, a four-Year Starter, continued her volleyball career by picking up right where she left off. In his final year of competition, John teamed with Keith White to form a formidable 1-2 punch, leading KHS to an undefeated 9-0 season. He was a First Team All-DUSO selection for the 1946, 1947, and 1948 seasons. He continues to run for fitness, while adding mountain biking, cycling, skiing, and fly fishing to his list of outdoor activities. Throughout the years, Dan has been able to interview many from the national spotlight. The other individual inductees (with graduation years) are: * Clark Mains (1948) Star pitcher who threw two no-hitters and the schools first perfect game. A pitcher and third baseman for KHS, Billy had hopes of playing professional baseball after graduation. During the ceremony, he was presented with a monument in his likeness, which is now prominently displayed at Dietz Stadium. 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. The Albert Einstein High School Alumni Association established the Arts Hall of Fame to recognize and honor graduates who have brought fame and recognition to Albert Einstein High School through their exemplary and outstanding contributions in music, theater, dance, cultural arts, visual arts, and many more! Richard "Dick" England, Class of 1950. 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. Lynsey was more than just a scorer. In her Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior years, she was a Regional Cross-Country Champion. Charlie led the DUSO (Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange) League in scoring in his very first year on the Varsity basketball team. Ed set the KHS and DUSO League single game record by scoring 37 points against Newburgh in 1946-47, established a new single season point total of 408 and left the school as its all-time career leading scorer with 973 points. She was inducted into the NHSACA Hall of Fame in 1998. Mike Ferraro, a 1962 grad who starred in baseball, basketball and football. John won both the Indoor DCSL Mile and Two-Mile runs his senior year. Heather was a versatile athlete as she also played Girls Varsity Basketball and Softball for three years at KHS. With this victory, John became the first Kingston Athlete ever to win an individual New York State Championship. Also being inducted are three undefeated Tiger football teams: the 10-0 1915 squad captained by Watson Wheeler that won the Northeastern state title, along with the 9-0 1977 team that won the Dutchess County Scholastic League championship and the 10-0 78 unit that repeated as DCSL champs and won the Section 1 Bowl. 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. He also coached the baseball team to two championships in the 40s and also was Athletic Director in the 60s. All nominations should be sent to the High School Athletic Office or directly to John Christopher at email@example.com. Away Game Locations. A pioneer of the girls sports program at Kingston High School, she began her coaching career in 1971 as the coach of the Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Girls Basketball and Varsity Softball teams. Kias teams also produced consecutive game winning streaks of 28 and a KHS All-Time Record of 43 in a row. For nine years, he continued to play at the highest level for the Deutsche Bank Skyliners in Frankfurt, Germany and for Banvit in Bandirma, Turkey. In that game on August 14, 1934, he surrendered only 5 hits in 9 innings to earn a 7-1 victory over Rugby Post. During the 1950-51 basketball season, his sophomore year, Ed led Army in scoring, averaging 16.0 ppg., and rebounding, with 12.6 ppg. The team finished with a 17-1 overall record (11-1 in the league), including compiling a then school record of 28 consecutive victories. All four years of high school, Kerry played on the Varsity level for volleyball, basketball and softball and earned the title of Daily Freeman Player of the Year in the latter two. She was the schools all-time leading scorer in basketball (boys and girls) when she graduated. Possessing great timing and a nose for the ball, Heather became a tremendous defensive weapon as a blocker for the Tigers. 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. During her senior year, the team again won 20 games (21-8), making her second NCAA Tournament and the teams 11th in 20 years. John Cabell hit the KHS Athletics scene running in the fall of 1970 and never stopped. A 1986 graduate of Kingston High School, she excelled as a talented three-sport athlete on the KHS girls basketball, volleyball and track and field teams. A 1950 graduate of Kingston High School, he spent his high school years as a celebrated three-sport athlete in football, basketball and baseball. Dedicating herself to the sport she loved, she worked relentlessly to improve her all-around game. Hobie Armstrong, one of the best football players at Kingston. Proving his versatility as an athlete, Hobie also set a new Harvard track and field record in the triple jump during his first season of competition. She still holds three records for rebounding and the school record also in the discus. We are proud to acknowledge those who have contributed to Pioneer pride, their community and to society at large. As a Freshman in 1999 for the Bobcats, she was selected to the All-Northeast Conference Second Team. Proving his worth as a versatile athlete, Charlie excelled in baseball as well. 2022 2021 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 . Showing his versatility as a broadcaster, Dan also covered the Kingston High School Baseball games for several years during the 1990s. 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 public will be allowed to reserve limited seats after April 15. Willard Burke, who was inducted in 17, coached Kingstons three other unbeaten football teams from 1956-58. Lynsey Timbrouck began her Kingston High School Girls Varsity Basketball career as a promising, talented 8th grader. She was the Section 9 Player of the Year in 98 and still holds the school record with 909 blocks. For many, they continued to reflect Kingstons athletic spirt into the collegiate and professional ranks. Purchase tickets here. Tay Fisher goes up for basketball during Kingston game in 2003. At the Section One Championships, Joe jumped to a first-place finish in the Triple Jump with a KHS record leap of 46-8.50 while also setting a new Section One Long Jump Record of 23-0.75. The complete Hall of Fame biographies, provided by the Kingston City School District, follows: A 1959 graduate of Kingston High School, he is considered one of the best football players ever to play for Kingston. In the 1936 season, Charlie twirled his way to a 4-0 league record (5-0 Overall). Keith Simmons, a 2003 grad who, with Fisher, spearheaded Kingstons powerhouse basketball teams from 2001-03. The school mascot is the Yellow Jackets. During the 1998 season, Kingston had an undefeated run to the South East Class A Regionals Finals, going 22-0 before bowing to Section Four Champion Horseheads in a tense, back-and-forth match, eventually losing three games to two. 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. He was a four-letterman playing Football, Basketball, Baseball and Track for the Maroon and White during his tenure at KHS, 1944-1948. Joe then qualified for the Pan-America Team in the horizontal jumps with a 23-11.50 leap in the Long Jump and flew 50-7.50 in the Triple Jump. Ertha went on to play basketball at Ulster County Community College, where she set the all-time single game scoring record of 58 points. In outdoor track, she was a Four-Time champion in the DCSL Mile Run in 1975, 1976, 1977, and 1978, and a Three-Time titlist in the DCSL Two-Mile in 1976, 1977, and 1978. (2005), 16.0 ppg. The AAA Hall of Fame was created in 1995 behind the joint effort of the Arkansas High School Coaches Association and the Arkansas Officials Association. She helped lead the Tigers to two section titles and their first state final four appearance in 2007. He became the statistician and halftime announcer on KHS football games on WKNY. For his efforts, Charlie earned his third straight All-DUSO First Team selection. Susan was a contributing member of two DCSL (Dutchess County Scholastic League) Championship Teams in 1972 and 1973. His performance earned him national recognition as he was awarded an Honorable Mention spot on the Sporting News All-American Basketball team. Kelly competed on the Womens Tennis Team for 4 years under Coach Phil Rogers (Martina Navratilovas former coach). He set meet records in both the High Jump and Long Jump at the Crusader Relays. Kias directed his teams to three undefeated seasons, 1937, (17-0), 1944, (17-0), and 1948, (20-0). He broadcast Tigers boys basketball in the 70s and 80s and baseball in the 90s. All-time Herdegen wins leader Leon Randall holds up trophy after his win in 1980, one of 16 career victories in the tournament. The Daily Freeman All-Star player, went on to play for Hastings College and quickly became a dominant force for his team. A 1988 graduate of Kingston High School, he established himself as a standout player for KHS Varsity Football and helped drive his team to an undefeated regular season his senior year. Susan and Mary Ann (Boys Swimming) and Chris (Boys Tennis) not only made the teams but earned their varsity letters as well. He finished his college basketball career as the programs second leading rebounder of all-time. Substantive. Comments (-1) Spring Athletic Teams, practice and game sites while Dietz is closed. She qualified for the state tourney and, in 94, became the first Section 9 player to win the state championship. Known as a tenacious, ball-hawking defender, she combined exceptional anticipation along with quick hands to set the career steals record with 334 thefts, a record which still stands today. 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. Bell Schedule. KHS then re-claimed their final Section Nine Title the very next year in 1971 before moving over to Section One from 1972 to 1987. Her 19.2 still ranks #8 on the All-Time list. Following graduation, the multi-faceted athlete brought his talents to the prestigious Harvard University, where he continued his impressive football career. G. Warren Kias, his coach and then Athletic Director said, Charlie astounded the coaches and fans in our area and did a great deal to change the style of basketball in the rather staid East part of our country.. His baseball team won 15 DUSO (Dutchess, Ulster, Sullivan, Orange) and four section titles. Coach Holloway was the first female elected President of the National High School Athletic Coaches Association (NHSACA) and served in that role in 1992. . Most athletes dream of breaking records. The 1977 graduate went on to set the single-game scoring record at SUNY Ulster. She coached Girls Basketball at Tioga High School in central Louisiana for 23 years . 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). Jerry Drake, an All-Star football player who went on to play in the NFL. 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. The KHS cagers also had a 41-game home court winning streak at the Municipal Auditorium on Broadway. Comments (-1) OCIAA Senior . Rogers surpassed Jim Smiddy, another National High School Hall of Fame member, in 2020 for the most all-time wins in . F. Richard McCormick began his teaching and coaching career in the Kingston City School District in 1959. He then added two more DCSL (Dutchess County Scholastic League) titles in 1975 and 1976. He is the Tigers all-time winningest coach with 372 victories in 28 years guiding the basketball team. Thirty-one years later, Joes name can still be found a-top the KHS Track and Field Records Board at the Dietz Memorial Stadium Complex. Coach Burke also coached baseball and was at the helm when his team brought home DUSO titles in 1947 and 1948. 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. He would remain in the position until his retirement in 1968. Though just a Freshman, Charlie quickly established himself as the Golden Standard for all aspiring KHS basketball players to follow. Joe McDonald is the most dominant jumper in Kingston history, with his school records in the long, high and triple jumps still standing three decades later. Billy Costello, a baseball player at Kingston, the 1975 grad made his real mark in boxing. He kept himself busy with hobbies such as hunting, fishing, reading and gardening. He was known throughout the area as an exceptional shooter and a tremendous scorer. Charlie wasnt done with the DUSO League just yet. PROVIDENCE, RI (AUGUST 2017) - The following distinguished athletes, coaches, official, and administrator, will be inducted into the Rhode Island Interscholastic League High School Athletic Hall of Fame-Class of 2017 on Wednesday, October 25, 2017, 7pm at the Crowne Plaza, Warwick, Rhode Island. If you right click on the file name, you will see the option to OPEN or SAVE TARGET AS. Adding to these accomplishments, this two-time Daily Freeman Basketball Player of the Year and Middletown Record Player of the Year maintains the highest scoring average for a season (29.4), the most single game points scored (61) and the most three-pointers in a career (334), which was a New York State record for three-pointers. He was also an All DUSO first team selection in football, basketball, and baseball. He is the current school record holder for most touchdowns in a career (37) and most points scored in a career (249). Voted Kingston High Schools Football Player of the 30s, Thomas led his team to the Dutchess Ulster Sullivan Orange (DUSO) Championship in 1936 and also won three DUSO titles for both basketball and baseball.
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