Broadcasters & Sportswriters - Ed Bowman, Gary Lindgren, Rod Belcher, Stan Farber, Jerry Geehan, Don Hill, Ed Honeywell, Nelson Hong, Clay Huntington, Earl Luebker, Elliott Metcalf, Art Popham (dec.) , Tom Page, and Bob Robertson, Dan Walton, Karen Westeen.
Umpires - Ron Adams, Joe Bailey, Bob Corbin, Hal Berndt, Clarance Dean, John Everett, Ron Grassi, Paul Gustafson, Dick Hassan, John Heinrick, Bob Heugel, Ken Laase, John Holliday, Joey Johns, Dave Kerrone, Steve Liptrap, Rick Lewis, Ted Lopat, Lornie Merkle, Dave Minnitti, Frank Morrone, Ken Murrie, Jim Oleole, Fran Pinchbeck, Gerald Redburg, Chuck Ruth, Ron Shaw, Clarence Stave, David Van Hulle, Jerry Woods.
Sponsors - Alden Woodworth, B&I Sports (Ron Irwin), Ben B. Cheney, Cammarano Bros., Inc., Darold Billings/Billings Electric, Don and Rita Kitchen and the Schooner Tavern, Frank Baskett and Baskett Lumber Company, Harry Esborg-Hollywood Boat & Motor, Jim Bartle (aka Beetle) & The Haven Pub, Len Manke & Cloverleaf Tavern, Malcolm Soine & Soine's Shoes, Ples Irwin, St. Rita's Church & Sons of Italy, Spud Hansen/Spud's Pizza Parlor, Tacoma Elks Club, Washington Hardware, and Wes & Dodie Drake - Wes' Super Mart.
Dill Howell Award Recipients
Named after longtime sport enthusiast, Dill Howell, the award in his honor is given an individual who exemplifies Dill Howell's passion, commitment, and continued support for baseball in the Tacoma-Pierce County community.
Dillard (Dill) Howell was born in Huntsville, Alabama but had resided in Tacoma since 1922. He passed away on October 30, 1985 at the age of 83. He was one of the original founders and directors of the Tacoma Athletic Commission which was established in 1943 to promote sports and civic betterment. And, the TAC is the longtime sponsoring organization of the annual Tacoma-Pierce County Baseball-Softball Oldtimer's banquet, an event that Dill worked on regularly.
Dill began his career in the sporting goods business in 1922 as a salesman at Kimball's Sporting Goods and later became the store manager. In 1936 Kimball's was sold and Dill founded Howell Sporting Goods which he operated until retirement in 1978. The company was originally situated at 929 Commerce Street and later moved to 922 Commerce Street. When Dill retired he sold the business to three former employees-George Verbonus, Dwight Day, and Jim Osborne-who re-opened the business at 1927 Center Street before moving to a new facility at 3112 S. 38th Street.
Howell Sporting Goods handled most of the athletic equipment and uniform needs for the area high schools as well as CPS and PLC and Dill was always very supportive of all local sports in the community. As a TAC president he was active with all TAC promotions such as the grid-go-round, hoop-go-round, Harlem Globetrotters exhibition games, Golden Gloves boxing event and much more.
Dill was very instrumental in keeping semi-pro baseball alive in the area and was actively involved in the organization and operation of the Tacoma City League, Industrial League, and Valley League over the years. In many respects, he was the glue that kept these leagues going, always helping the teams out with baseballs, uniforms, bats, gloves and much more. It was a commitment to the sporting community that he made on a consistent basis and it is because of this commitment that the Tacoma-Pierce County Baseball-Softball Oldtimers Association proudly recognizes Dill Howell on an annual basis with this award named on his behalf.
2015 Nash Bishop & Ed Niehl
2012 Gary Petersen
2010 Tony Anderson
2009 Frank Colarusso
2008 Kevin Kalal
2007 Jim Kittilsby
2006 Doug McArthur & Baseball Tacoma Inc.
2005 Roy Murphy
2004 Don Danielson
2003 Joe Stortini
2002 Dick & George Pease
2001 Marv Scott
2000 Holly Gee
1999 Bob Robertson
1998 The Gottfried & Mary Fuchs Foundation
1997 Marc Blau
1996 Brad Cheney
1995 Spud Hansen, Spud's Pizza Parlor
1994 Washington Hardware
1993 Tom Cross
1992 Ray Spurgeon
1991 Clay Huntington & Stan Naccarato
1990 Steve Orfanos
1989 Bob Tourtillotte
1988 Cammarano Bros., Inc.
1987 John P. Heinrick
Marc H. Blau Meritorious Service Award Recipients
2015 Craig Lowry
2012 Jeff Buhr and Dick Pollen
2010 Tony Milan
2009 Harland Beery
2008 Bob Christofferson
2007 Gary Nicholson
2006 Clarence Seman
2005 The Spry Family -- Lou, Steve, Brad and Gordy
2004 Jack Murphy
2003 Tony Anderson
2002 George Quigley
2000 Bob Maguinez
2000 Ken Wilson
1996-99 Not Awarded
1995 Joe Hemel
1994 Jerry Geehan, Don Hill, and Clay Huntington
1993 Tak Ikeda and Pat Steele
1992 Dr. Sam Adams, Dr. Robert Johnson, and Dr. Robert O'Connell
1991 Donald Turnbull, Doug Turnbull, Dave Turnbull, Maurice Turnbull and Bill Turnbull
Marv Scott Coaches Award
2015 Holly Gee and Marco Malich
2012 Andy Helling
2010 Merle Hagbo
2008 Roy Anderson
2008 Barry Crust
2007 John Heinrick
2006 Not Presented
2005 Bill Mullen
2005 Marv Scott
Cy Greenlaw Old-Timers Salute Award
The Cy Greenlaw Oldtimers Salute Award is named after one of our area's most gracious and kind-hearted individuals to ever set foot in a ballpark. And, as the first recipient of the Oldtimer's Salute Award in 2003 it seems only fitting to honor one of Tacoma's true pitching legends!
Born Nov. 11, 1916, in Tacoma, Cy made a name for himself in the old Tacoma City League and played nine seasons in the minor leagues. In 1935 he was a member of the 1935 City League champion Superior Dairy team coached by Ocky Haughland. In 1937, before turning pro, Greenlaw and a star-studded roster for Johnson Paint of Tacoma earned a trip to the National Baseball Congress tournament in Wichita, Kansas where Cy grabbed the attention of scouts as a flame-throwing lefty. The team finished fifth, and Greenlaw returned to his college pursuits, obtaining a degree from St. Mary's in 1939. Cy pitched for the Gaels, and was inducted into the St Mary's College Athletic Hall of Fame in 1974.
After the war ended, Cy joined the Tacoma Tigers of the Class B Western International League and was an 18-game winner in 1946, winning a 3-0 seven-inning no-hitter against the Yakima Stars at Tiger Park. In fact, Greenlaw is one of only 14 pitchers to ever throw a no-hitter in local professional baseball history. But his career was on the decline. After three seasons with Tacoma, he played three more seasons with Wenatchee before retiring from baseball in 1951.
2015 Earl Birnel, Harry Nygard, and Hank Semmern
2012 Vern Kohout
2010 Cliff Schiesz
2009 Dick Greco
2008 Pete Sabutis
2007 Dick Milford
2006 Pat Rooney
2005 Walt Jutte
2004 John Milroy
2003 Cy Greenlaw
TACOMA BASEBALL TEAM NO-HITTERS
Halama's no-hitter was the first 9-inning, complete game, perfect game in the PCL's history. The PCL began in 1903 and there have been approximately 71,250 games played through 2002.
Class of 2015
Fastpitch: Dave Demick, Tony DeRosa, Pete Guthrie, Bobby Howard, and Bill Zenk Sr
Slowpitch: Doug Armstrong, Mel Burrell, Todd Cooley, and Dan Valentine
Umpires: John Everett
Sponsors: Wes & Dodie Drake - Wes' Super Mart
Sports Writers: Ed Bowman
Teams: 1978-79 Cody's Tavern/Justus Cedar Homes Men's Slowpitch: Jerry Archer, Jim Archer (batboy), Doug Armstrong, Mark Belvin, Mel Burrell, Dale Failey, Dan Greco, Jim Hadland, Tim Thonpson, Greg "Lumpy" Johnson, Gary "Rhino" Jones, Wayne Knippel, Dan Luhtala, Larry Lynott (co-sponsor), Cody Miller (co-sponsor), Dave Roller, Skip Thiel, and Dick Zurfluh (manager).
1970's Coach House/Tacoma Office Supply Men's Slowpitch Team: Bob Allen, Clay Angle, Russ "Oddie" Baker, Rusty Bass, Brian "Butch" Brenno, Mark Bender, Mike Brown, Carlos Canty, Dave Carlisle, Al Carlson, Bob Cason, Dennis Collers, Steve Curran, Jim Darlan, Bob Fagering, Scott Hanson, Jerry Henkel, Marco Hernando (coach), Mike Holland, Bob Hyppa, Ron Jakes, Larry Johnson, Larry Joy, Dave Kancianich, Joe Kilby, Ed Lowery, Larry Marshall, Dick Marzano, Ed McGrath, Denny Miller, Tom Miller, Bob Mitchell, Bill Murphy, Monte O'Brien, Vern Olin (owner, Coach House Restaurant), Gerry Perrin, Dale Reese, Mark Ross, Jim Ryan, Howard Schantz (owner, Tacoma Office Supply), Art Scheetz, Denny Snell, Don Stewart, John Thoma, Bob Tibbits, Dick Tomko, Dave Vossler, Jim Warter, Frank Welcome, and Rick Welfringer.
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Class of 2012
Fastpitch: Trish Hackett, Mike Healy, Darvee Olsen, and Bill Potthoff
Slowpitch: Dan Lowery and Rich Van Dyke
Umpires: Ken Murrie
Sponsors: Malcolm Soine, Soine's Shoes
Sports Writers: Karen Westeen
Teams: BJ's All Stars Women's Slowpitch Team: Joyce Wolf (coach), Sue Carter, Mary Dengler, Melodie Fox, Debbie Gray, Wendy Hawley, Diane Irish, Pat Kearney, Linda Kays, Sandy Molzan, Suzy Neuman, Trena Page, Vicki Panzari, Dar Peterson, Sue Ray Harding, Louise Rota, Ardi Schrag, Sue Showalter, Alice Textor, Phyllis Textor, Yvonne Via.
Tacoma Firefighters Men's Slowpitch Team: Ken DeForrest (coach), Bob Bender, Dave Carr, Tim Chandler, Dave Deskins, Ralph Guelfi, Jim Hook, Mike Krueger, Dick Moore, Bob Schierman, Gary Schiesz, Ron Stephens, and Dave Wilsie.
Class of 2010
Slowpitch: Lloyd Livernash, Dan Luhtala, Vicki Panzari and Louise Rota
Umpires: Ron Grassi
Sports Writers: Nelson Hong, Earl Luebker and Dan Walton
Teams: 1979 Polar Bears Fastpitch Team: Dick Pollen (coach), Mike Konda (Assistant Coach), Connie Bridges, Margaret Cassidy, Peggy Ellis, Elaine Folgers, Jody Grace, Trish Hackett, Kris Lemon, Cindy Miller, Darvee Olsen, Debbie Osada, Kathy Pandrea, Terri (Pollen) Koberstein, Margaret Steeves, Vi Stewart and Lorie Timberman Mulhern.
1966-1983 Tony's Wahzoos Women's Slowpitch Team: Judy Alexander, Jan Chase (coach), Julie Christensen, Nancy Craig (Player/Coach), Karen (Hanson) Pelton (Player/Coach), Margaret Heinrick (Player/Coach), Gail (Adler) Carlson, Leslie Albert, Michelle (Armstrong) Foran, Lynda (Butt) Hodgkiss, Dar Cartwright, Meredith (Fry) Doran, Nancy Goodwin, Mary Hause, Sandy (Hanson) Lucich, Gayle Hazen, Shannon Heinrick, Paulette Hoover, Nancy Jerkovich, Laurie Jones, Kris Kade, Gretchen Kade, Teresa Kade, Patti Knight, Barb Kuni, JoAnne McCaffrey, Sheila Samuelson, Stephanie (Stiltner) Pinard, Lynette Tallman, Vicky Thompson, Sandy Turnley, Terry Veitz, Debbie Viafore, Patti (Vogel) Moffett, and Fran Wax.
Class of 2009
Fastpitch: Tom Kenyon and Ron Vandegrift
Slowpitch: Kay Bentley, Joe Kilby (dec), Art Mclarney, Steve Shackett (coach), and Margaret Steeves
Umpires: Clarence Dean & Rick Fox
Sports Writer: Tom Page (former Suburban Times Sports Editor 1972-78)
Sponsor: Jim Bartle (aka Beetle) & The Haven Pub
Teams: 1991 People's Church USSSA Men's Church A World Champions -
Ron Coder, Tim Cutter, Dave Glenn, Jerry Henderson, Ivy Iverson, Dave Nusser, Owen Shackett, Steve Shackett (coach), Darrell Shively, Mike Stevens, Scott Stoltzenberg, Dan Valentine, Ralph Van Dyk, Rich Van Dyk, Kurtis Wells, and Doug Weston.
1949 K Street City League Championship Team -
Earl Birnel, Frank Bonaro, Frank Cey, Jim Hardy, Vic Martineau, Pete Mello, Dave Minnitti, Frank Morrone, Al Otto, Gus Paine (Mgr), Joe Paine (batboy), Larry Rask, Gene Reiber, Fred Rickert, Pete Sabutis, Dick Salatino, Joe Salatino, Cliff Schiesz, Hal Schimling, Hank Semmern, Ed Yusko, and Art Viafore.
Class of 2008
Sponsor: 1958-1988 St. Rita's Church and Sons of Italy Slowpitch Teams Teams: Wilson High School (1977) State Championship Baseball Team -
Bob Lightfoot (head coach), Hank Jarvits (Assist. Coach), Henry Bender, Mike Cheesman, Howard Kimura, Jim Koenig, Ken Lamb, Tab Lively, Mike Maxwell, Fred Minniti, Don Pratt, Dennis Randall, Rich Rhoads, Allen Stoops, Mike Wiese, Greg Wooldridge, and Kari Rein (statistician).
Class of 2007
Sponsor: Ron Irwin and B&I Sports
Teams: Lakes High School (1974) State Championship Baseball Team -
Ed Hardenbrook (coach), Steve Anderson, Joe Betzendorfer, Scott Brunick, Jim Carberry, Jim Charboneau, Larry Corbin, Richard Hassan, Richard Hendrickson, John Higginbotham, George Hilbish, Tom Mann, Richard Martin, Jeff Mitchell, Gary Olson, Mike Reffner, Richard Rodewald, Bruce Roth, and Mike Wholey.
Manke & Sons (1974) Men's Fastpitch Team -
Lowell Nelson (mgr), Jim Manke (sponsor), Keith Bauer, Jay Beach, Bill Boyer, John Collins, Lloyd Glasoe, George Hunter, Hank Jarvits, Tom Marshall, Darron Nelson, Gene "Chico" Thayer, Ken Thomas, Tommy Thomas, Ron Vandergrift.
Class of 2006
Sponsor: Don & Rita Kitchen and The Schooner Tavern
Teams: 1972-74 McKnights Foods Women's Slowpitch Team
Class of 2005
Baseball: Harold Adams, Roy Archer, Merle Hagbo, Ed Hardenbrook, Al Manter Larry Marshall, Roger Peck, Duane Rossman, Ken Schultz, Don Semmern, and Hank Semmern Fastpitch: Betty Rowan (Bland Hart), Bill Boyer, Esther Deuel, George Roket, Marian Ricono (Dubois Stahl), Tommy Thomas and Cleon Tungsvik Slowpitch: Bill Fleener, Cal Goings, Whit Hemion Jr., Sandy Molzan, Jim Petersen, Darleen Peterson and Sue Vincent Umpires: Steve Liptrap and Chuck Ruth Sportswriters/Broadcasters: Elliott Metcalf
Sponsor: Frank Baskett and Baskett Lumber Company
Teams: 1964 Tucci & Sons Men's Slowpitch Team 1948-1952 Parkland Mutual Fuels Women's Fastpitch Team
These photos were taken during the 2005 annual Baseball-Softball Oldtimers Banquet.
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Class of 2004
Baseball: Dick Browse, Gene Clough, Ron Gee, Harold Larson, and Bruce Nichols Fastpitch: Hal Blumke, Kermit Lynch, Peggy (Moran) Ruehle, Larry Slovek, Joyce (Jones) Wolf,
Phil Yant, Larry "Cot" Zehnder, Margaret Zepeda, Delores "Dee" Sagmiller and
Pat (Strachan) Stavig
Slowpitch: Earl Birnel, Joe Kreger, Butch Pasquale, and Bill Wheeler Umpires:Bob Corbin, John Heinrick, Bob Heugel, and Dave Minnitti Sponsor: Harry Esborg-Hollywood Boat & Motor and Len Manke & Cloverleaf Tavern Broadcasters/ Sportswriters: Art Thiel
Class of 2003
Baseball: Ron Billings, Frank Bonaro, Luther Carr, Dick Colombini, Maury Galbraith, Bill Geppert,
Andy Helling, Glenn Huffman, Rod Keogh, Frank McCabe, and Stan Naccarato Fastpitch: Don Anderle, Merle "Butch" Corbin, Fran Luhtala, Woodrow Red, and Dick Yohn Slowpitch: Dave Benedict, Dave Bishop, Ken Laase, Terry Trowbridge, and Dick Zierman Umpires: Joe Bailey, Hal Berndt, and Rick Lewis Meritorious: Tony Anderson
Sponsor: Ben B. Cheney, Tacoma Elks Club, Alden Woodworth
Teams: 1946 Sportsman Club Baseball Team
FLEA Club ( FLEAS 1, FLEAS 2, and The Harkness Boys)
Class of 2002
Baseball: Tony Banaszak, Jr., Jess Brooks, Arley Kangas, Don Paul, Jim Pelander, Fred Rickert, Rance Rolfe, and Russ Wilkerson Fastpitch: Lou Rickenbacker and Gordy Bendick Slowpitch: Dick Halleen and Kathy Hemion Umpires: Joey Johns, Lornie Merkle, Frank Morrone and Clarence Stave Sportswriters/Broadcasters: None
Sponsor: Ples Irwin
Teams: 1947-1952 Edgewood, K Street and Olde Pilsner Baseball Teams
Class of 2001
Baseball: Rick Austin, Jack Bratlie, Mel Manley, Dave Mathews, Ron Staples and Pat Weber Fastpitch: Roger McDonald Slowpitch: Ken DeForrest and Dave Wilsie Umpires: John Holliday, Dave Kerrone, Gerald Redburg and Dave Van Hulle Sportswriters/Broadcasters: None
Teams: 1940s-50s Spanaway Baseball Teams
Class of 2000
Baseball: Ron Cey, Dale Bloom, Bill Ralston, Rick Lewis, Al Libke, Jr., Jim Neeley and Ocky Larsen Sr. Fastpitch: Jay Beach, Lloyd Glasoe, Dan Oliver and Ken Stancato Slowpitch: Lynn Larson and Dick O'Brien Umpires: Jim Oleole Sportswriters/Broadcasters: Rod Belcher
Sponsor: Darold Billings & Billings Electric
Class of 1999
Baseball: Ray Brammer, Dave Hall, Andy Ketter, Jack McStott, Carl "Kak" Wasmund and Ed Yusko Fastpitch: Hank Jarvits and Don Zurfluh Slowpitch: Maggie Heinrick, Jan Chase and Joe Stortini Umpires: Ted Lopat Sportswriters/Broadcasters: Bob Robertson
Teams: 1946 Sportsman Club Baseball Team and The Cage Tavern Slowpitch Team
Class of 1998
Baseball: Primo Artoe, Bob Fredricks, Bob Lightfoot, Vic Martineau, Harry Nygard, Morry Taylor and Ray Wing Teams: 1950 Midland Baseball Team--Valley & Sunset League Champions No inductees in: Fastpitch, Slowpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories
Class of 1997
Baseball: Ozzie Edwards, George Grant, Garry Hersey, Harry Mansfield, Cliff Schiesz and Otto Smith Fastpitch: Darron Nelson
Slowpitch: Bill Winter No inductees in: Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, Sponsor, and Team categories.
Class of 1996
Baseball: Howard Davis, Larry Loughlin, Dick Palamidessi, Wes Stock, Ron Storaasli, and Dick Schlosstein Slowpitch: Jim Lane, Marco Malich, Ken Schulz, Jerry Thacker and Bob Young No inductees in: Fastpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, Sponsor, and Team categories.
Class of 1995
Baseball: Jim Gallwas, Holly Gee, Phil Misley, Bill Murphy, Cap Peterson, Aaron Pointer, Elmer Thiel, Steve Whitaker and Mike White Fastpitch: Louise "Chris" Mazzuca Team: 1948 Pacific Lutheran College Baseball Team No inductees in: Slowpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1994
Baseball: Otto Balmer, Mike Dillon, Ron Goerger, Gordy Hersey, and Barney McFadden Fastpitch: Don Maitland, Bud Thomsen, Gertrude Wilhelmsen, and Bob Zurfluh Sportswriters/Broadcasters: Jerry Geehan Teams: 1954 Ben's Truck Parts Fastpitch Team 1969 Tacoma Cubs Pacific Coast League Champions No inductees in: Slowpitch, Umpires, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1993
Baseball: Les Faulk, Bob Kohout, and Floyd Marcusson Fastpitch: Art Lewis and Bill Ruehle Slowpitch: Gordy Pfeifer Teams: 1957-1958 Woodworth Contractors Baseball Team1965-71 Heidelberg Men's Slowpitch Team
No inductees in: Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1992
Baseball: Cy Ball, Vern Kohout, Chuck Loete, Bob McGuire, Art Viafore, Chuck Viafore, and Heinie Vogel Fastpitch: Doug Adam, Wally Brebner, Alex Watt and Dick Webster Team: 1937 Johnson Paint Baseball Team 1952 Irwin-Jones Dodgers Fastpitch Team No inductees in: Slowpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1991
Baseball: Bob Dawson Sr., Cliff Ellingson, Bill Funk, Jack Johnson, Bryce Lilly, Al Maul, Frank Morrone, Lornie Merkle, Ford Mullen and John Pregenzer Fastpitch: Glen Collins, Bill Dunham, Dean Pitsch, Harry Rush, and Ed Sabol Team: 1956 Stanley Shoeman AABC National Champions Baseball Team No inductees in: Slowpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1990
Baseball: Joe Hemel, Ron Herbel, Earl Hyder, Vic Krause, Doug McArthur, Joe Mlachnik, Ernie Ruffo, and Bob Snodgrass Fastpitch: Frank Davies, Les Holtmeyer, Paul Larsen, Earl Mahnkey, Leonard Thomas, and Tom Zurfluh Team: 1945 Todd-Pacific Stores Machinists State and NW Region Fastpitch Champions 1961 Tacoma Giants Pacific Coast League Champions No inductees in: Slowpitch, Umpires, Sportswriters/Broadcasters, and Sponsor categories.
Class of 1989
Baseball: Morry Abbott, Earl Birnel, Les Bishop, Vern Champagne, Fred "Buzz" Doane, Jim Ennis, Dick Greco, John Heinrick, Floyd "Lefty" Isekite, Earl Kuper, Tony Lavorato, Bob Maguinez, Pete Mello, Dave Minnitti, Bill Moe, Dave Molitor, Al Pentecost, "Sleepy" Jim Robinson, Pat Rooney, Frank Ruffo, Joe Salatino, Ray Spurgeon, Rudy Tollefson, Stan Wallace, and George Wise. Fastpitch: George Karpach, LaVerne Martineau, and Gene "Chico" Thayer.
Class of 1988
Baseball: Gordy Brunswick, Bob Houston, Vern From, John Milroy, Marion Oppelt, Gilly Portmann, and Jack Tanner. Fastpitch: Bob Frankosky.
Class of 1987
Baseball: Sonny Bailey, Cy Greenlaw, Pete Sabutis, Hal Schimling, Marv Scott, and Erling Tollefson. Fastpitch: Jack Hermsen and John Rockway.
Class of 1986
Baseball: Jimmy Claxton, Neil Mazza, Bill Mullen, Clyde Olson, Joe Spadafore, and Paul "Doc" Wotton. Fastpitch: Lloyd Blanusa.
Class of 1985
Baseball: Frank Borozovich, Ed McCoy, Vern Morris, and Billy Sewell. Fastpitch:
Sportswriter: Ed Honeywell.
Other Inductees-Year Unknown:Baseball: Lou Balsano, Al Greco Sr., Rick Johnson, and Marv Ricket. Fastpitch: