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2014 Hall of Fame Inducties Named

January 17, 2014
Hoke County High School



PRESS RELEASE                                  January 13, 2014

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

          The Hoke County High School Athletic Hall of Fame committee has announced their 2014 list of inductees to be honored by the school February 7, 2014. The following people will be recognized as the third inductee class, Terrell Carpenter a 1986 graduate who ran track and played football, Russell Davis a 1972 graduate who played football and basketball, George Maynor a 1975 graduate who played baseball and basketball, Alexander McMillan a 1973 graduate who ran track, wrestled and played football, Vernon Morrison a 1977 graduate who ran track and played football, Harold Thompson a 1980 graduate who ran track and played basketball and David Wood a 1972 graduate who ran track, played football and basketball.

            This year, the committee agreed to recognize one community member who has made a significant impact to Hoke County High School Athletics and that person will be the Roll of Honor winner, Lonnie Hendrix.

            The 2014 Hall of Fame committee was under the leadership of Hoke High Athletics Director Gary Brigman, as well as, Deborah Carpenter, Billy Colston, Nelson James, Cleo McPhatter, Hal Nunn and Spencer Sampson. The purpose of the Hall of Fame is to recognize, honor and provide an enduring memorial for excellence in athletics to those who excelled in athletics as well as those who made significant contributions and have enriched the athletic program and brought honor to the school. A reception and banquet will be held February 7, 2014 in the West Hoke Middle School Cafeteria beginning at 5:00 p.m. The dinner is open to the public and each inductee will get a chance to speak to the attendees. Cost of the dinner is $25 and once the dinner is complete, the inductees will be recognized between the girls’ and boys’ basketball games that evening at Macdonald Gymnasium on the campus at Hoke High. For more information or to purchase your first come first serve tickets, contact Hoke High Athletics Director Gary Brigman at (910) 286-2346 or email him at GBrigman@hcs.k12.nc.us. You may also purchase tickets at The News-Journal downtown Raeford during normal business hours. More information and inductee biographies will be published prior to the event.

 

 

                                                                  

                                                                   Gary Brigman

                                                                   Hoke CountyHigh School

                                                                   Athletics Director

                                                                   Raeford, NC


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