The Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame will induct 11 new members from around the state in May.
The Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is adding some more great athletes to its ranks this year.
The annual gala induction banquet will be held on Wednesday, May 15th at the Chase Center on the Wilmington Riverfront.
The CLASS OF 2013 INDUCTEES includes:
Rhondale Jones – Track: hurdles and sprints at Delcastle and Lincoln
Monick Foote – Basketball at Sanford and University of Virginia
Ethel 'Feffie' Barnhill – Three sports at Tatnall, Lacrosse at Ursinus and Coach at William and Mary
Jeff Cooper – Conrad and University of Delaware graduate. Longtime athletic trainer for the Phillies
Luke Petitgout – Sussex Central football who went on to play for Notre Dame and New York Giants
Ukee Washington – Dover track & basketball star and now a Philadelphia news anchor
Fillmore Clifton – Lewes and West Chester soccer, basketball and baseball. Coach at Bridgeville
Jack Agnew – Baseball at P. S. duPont and Marine Corps, followed by 40 years of coaching
Art Mayer – Swimming star at University of Delaware and masters swimming records
Dave Hurm – Four sport star at Newark and football all-American at Duke
Charley Burns – Multi sports star for Wilmington and U.S. Army. Sports Cartoonist for The News Journal
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. for a social hour, with the dinner beginning at 6:45 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased by e-mailing to Sue Holloway at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 302-992-0550
Banquet tickets are $60 each. Tables for 10 are available.
Checks payable to: "DSMHOF" can be mailed to:
3 Blackberry Lane
Wilmington, DE 19807
The Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is a membership-based organization founded in 1976. The organization runs a museum with exhibits at Daniel S. Frawley Stadium on the Riverfront in Wilmington.