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Class of 2017

Our next inductee is a native of Lawrenceville, VA, and first made a name for himself at Brunswick High School, where he was a three-time All-State basketball star.  He went on to a college career at the University of Virginia, where he was successful from his first game.  As a freshman, this 6’5” shooting guard […]

In his hometown of Dublin, Virginia, our final inductee was a high school football star. He attended the College of William & Mary from 1951 to 1954, where he played three seasons as quarterback and defensive back, making both the Associated Press and United Press International All-State teams in 1953. He was drafted by the […]

Our next inductee, a Norfolk County (now Chesapeake) native, began his racing career at age nine on local go-kart tracks, and progressed to motorcross as a teenager.  In fact, he did not climb behind the wheel of a stock car until practicing for his NASCAR debut at North Carolina Speedway in 1975.  He learned quickly, […]

Our next inductee was born and raised in Lawrence, Massachusetts. He went on to Villanova University, where he was a three-year starter on the football team. After graduation, he went on to coach football at Malvern Prep School in Philadelphia, his alma mater Villanova, and Loyola of Los Angeles before beginning a legendary career at […]

Gary Clark was born and raised in Pulaski, Virginia.  He attended Pulaski County High School and lettered in three sports—football, track, and baseball before heading to James Madison University in Harrisonburg, where he played Division I-AA football.  As the Dukes’ wide receiver, he earned the 1982 Virginia Offensive Player of the Year award and All-American […]

James "Carroll" Colston is an Iowa native, and graduated from the University of Iowa in 1955.  He served in Korea with the U. S. Army, where he began his career as a radio broadcaster with the Armed Forces Radio Service.  After returning to the States, he worked in Phoenix, Arizona, and Rome, New York, as a […]

A native of Baltimore, MD, Gene Corrigan was a standout lacrosse player at Duke University from 1948 to 1952.  His prowess on the lacrosse field earned him a spot in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.  Even so, it was as a coach and administrator that he has made his mark on the world of […]

A native of Baltimore, MD, Gene Corrigan was a standout lacrosse player at Duke University from 1948 to 1952.  His prowess on the lacrosse field earned him a spot in the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.  Even so, it was as a coach and administrator that he has made his mark on the world of […]