Charlottesville, VA (May 1, 2017) – The Virginia High School League announced their 2017 Hall of Fame Class. The 11 individuals (6 athletes, 2 coaches and 3 contributors) selected all made outstanding contributions to their high school athletic and activity programs. The 2017 inductee class consists of:
Allen Pinkett, Park View-Sterling
Blair Brown, Loudoun Valley
Bryan Randall, Bruton
Michael Robinson, Varina
Katie Smrcka-Duffy, James Madison
Alan Webb, South Lakes
Amy Reed, Gate City
Norbie Wilson, First Colonial
Francis Dall – Lake Braddock/Westfield
Ken Tilley, VHSL
Deb Tyson, Albemarle
The Hall is dedicated to preserving the rich heritage of outstanding achievements by students and adults in sports and activities within Virginia’s public high schools.
Athletes are eligible for consideration 10 years after completion of their high school careers and are judged primarily for their achievements in interscholastic sports. Coaches are eligible after 15 years of experience or upon retirement and are judged on the merits of their achievements at the high school level. Contributors are professionals who have rendered significant services in some other capacity such as administration, academic activities, officiating, media or sports medicine.
The 28th Annual Hall of Fame induction dinner will be held on Sunday, June 25, at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel in Charlottesville. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased on-line: https://gofan.co/app/school/VHSL/Hall-of-Fame. The Virginia High School League Inaugural Golf Tournament will be held the day after the HOF banquet on Monday, June 26 at Spring Creek Golf Course, in Gordonsville. The tournament is a Captain’s Choice with an 11:00 AM – Shotgun Start. To register: http://www.vhslformsanddocuments.portal.rschooltoday.com/page/2936/422