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In establishing any new tradition, it takes resources to make it a success. The Sherwood community has responded with enthusiasm by providing hours of volunteer service, in-kind donations of goods and services and money. Thanks to these generous donors, the Athletic Hall of Fame is continuing with solid support.
Jim Meehan Jim Webb
Lou & Eleni Altobelli Buck Bartley
Argyle Country Club (Congratulations to Brian Willson and Jim Webb)
Marshall & Jana Dauberman Mike & Sherry Hogue
Mel Laughner Warren Crutchfield
Phil Seraphin David Morris
Deangelo Wil da Silva Perry Pepper
To view the Class of 2017 inductee photos, bios, and power point presentation, go to the Sherwood High School website, click on ATHLETICS and then HALL OF FAME.
Saturday, September 23, 2017
From the Founders
The Athletic Hall of Fame (AHOF) was established to honor and preserve the legacy of athletes, coaches, teams, and “friends” of Warrior athletics who have excelled in the past and inspired others to achieve greatness in their own future. Myself and others envisioned creating the AHOF in the fall of 2008. A year later, the AHOF was on its way to being created when it was enthusiastically endorsed by Sherwood’s Warrior Club. At its inception, a committee was formed to develop by-laws and an operational framework to begin a call for nominations. Thanks to the efforts of Warren Crutchfield, Marshall Dauberman, Lou Altobelli, Steve Bolen, Ronnie Estrain, Bart Popeck, Laura Rhode, David Septoff, and myself, our inaugural class was selected in June 2010. It is a privilege to honor the dedication, teamwork, support, and achievement of these and future inductees who have set the foundation for success and tradition of Sherwood athletics.
Gene Orndorff, Founder Athletic Hall of Fame
Athletic Hall of Fame Luncheon
Saturday, September 23, 2017 Ten Oaks Ballroom, Clarksville, MD
12:00 Social Gathering
12:30 Introduction and Acknowledgements Marc Thomas
Blessing Warren Crutchfield
1:30 Welcome Gene Boteler
Guest Speaker Lannie Seymour
Awards Presentation Marc Thomas, Mary Boteler, and Jana Dauberman
Closing Remarks Gene Boteler
Sherwood High School Warrior Club
Sherwood’s all-sport booster club, the Warrior Club, in concert with the school’s administration, is proud to help establish the Athletic Hall of Fame. The Warrior Club appreciates the important contributions that have been made by this group of inductees. We have you and many fine athletes, coaches and community members to thank for establishing Sherwood as one of the most highly regarded high school athletic programs in the state of Maryland. The Warrior Club’s mission is to raise money through a range of activities to benefit Sherwood High School athletic programs and to fund student-athlete scholarships. Because the Warrior Club is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation, your financial contributions are tax deductible. Speak to one of the Warrior Club officers if you would like to get more involved or make a financial contribution. Thank you for joining us for this celebration of Sherwood’s homegrown legends. We hope you enjoy this Warrior Club tradition. Ted De Vers said, “Opportunities don't always come along where you can create cherished memories for people that will last a lifetime.”
Acknowledgements Special thanks to: Marc Thomas and the Athletic Hall of Fame Committee
Jeannie Laeng, the Sherwood Cheerleaders and Poms for Hospitality Michael Dauberman for formatting the Hall of Fame Program and Power Point Bell Nursery for providing table centerpieces and potted floor plants
Condolences from the Sherwood High School Community to the
families of Carter Willson, Jr., Walter Hardy, and Bill Harrison.
May your memories give you peace and comfort.
1972 Football Team
The 1972 Football team with a 9-1 record was the first Sherwood football team to win a Montgomery County championship. It was Coach Tony Caruso’s first and only county title. The final game of the season was played at Sherwood. Both Sherwood and Magruder had identical 8-1 records. The scene was a standing room only setting in which the Warriors prevailed 20-8 to win the county championship.
The team included one All-Suburban, three All-County, and seven all-Grey League players. Seven members of the team played at least one year of collegiate football and four played for four years. Another member of the team became a junior college All-American. The team was led by a defense that allowed an average of seven points per game including three shutouts. Five individual members of the team are in the SHS Athletic Hall of Fame along with the three coaches: Tony Caruso, Bob Stroup, and Mike Hogue.
Roster: Alan Winters Bob Bardelman Brad Jones Brian Willson Carter Willson Buddy Crutchfield Don Eury Donald Miles Frank Day
Geoff Casey Gene Ellison Grant Piegari Greg Jones Jackie Schriver Jim Webb Kevin Callahan Kirk Piegeri Steve Kendall
Larry Dent Larry Ritter Lyle Hearn Mark Childs Matt Kelleher Paul Fernandes Perry Pepper Phil Seraphin Ernie Thornton
Reginald Smith Ken Conrad Tom Cotton Donald Johnson William Lee Dave Morris Charlie Overly Steve Ganassa Wes Albright
Steve Wilkenson Richard Leonard Richard Ranshaw Robert Smith Robin Davis Robin Dubendorf Ronnie Connelly Shane Stroup Steve Walker
Thomas Johnson Tom Williams Walt Kennedy Wayne Lampe William Woodward Coach: Tony Caruso Asst. Coach: Mike Hogue Asst. Coach: Bob Stroup
1980 Field Hockey Team
The 1980 Field Hockey team finished the regular season with a 10-2 record including five shutouts. The squad went on to four more victories in the playoffs to earn the State Class B championship. In the championship final, Sherwood defeated Atholton 3-1 on penalty strokes after scoreless regulation and overtime periods. The key to victory was the use of the “Marron Flick” named after Coach Kathy Marron. Kristine Kubose, Katie Jenkins, Cindy Bass, and Jean Flaherty were named to the All-Courier Field Hockey team. Eleven underclassmen returned in 1981 to finish the season undefeated.
Roster: Barbara Dove Kathy Cole Angela Romano Cathi Tracy Anne McGirr Paulette Caron Kathleen Morris Lynn Marraffa
Cindy Bass Jean Flaherty Kristine Kubose Julie Kent Kathleen Connor Michelle Caron Katie Jenkins Coach: Kathy Marron
2010 Hall of Fame Inductees
Richie Anderson (Football) Jack Bentley (Baseball) Katie Jenkins (Basketball, Track & Field) Oguchi Onyewu (Soccer) Nina Roffey (Gymnastics) Charles “Pickles” Smith (Baseball) Mike Smith (Football, Track & Field) Bobby Truby (Wrestling) Takisha Williams (Basketball, Track & Field) Coach Tony Caruso (Football) Coach Warren Crutchfield (Basketball, Cross Country, Track & Field) Coach Marshall Dauberman (Wrestling) Art Fennington (Community Achievement) 1977 Soccer Team
2015 Hall of Fame Inductees
Willard “Billy” Bond (Baseball, Soccer, Basketball, Track) Tim Connor (Football, Basketball, Baseball) Frank Bready (Baseball, Football, Basketball) Steve White (Basketball, Baseball) Paul Johnson (Basketball, Baseball) Richard “Dickie” Hill (Football, Track, Basketball) Tommy Davis (Baseball, Basketball, Football, Track) James Thomas (Basketball) Dave Bratt (Football, Baseball) Monica Merkel (Rogers) (Basketball, Field Hockey, Softball) Jeffrey L. Smith (Basketball, Track, Football) Carter Willson (Football, Wrestling, Baseball) Gordon Butler (Basketball) Andrea Burton (Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, Track, Softball) Tom Wheeler (Wrestling, Football, Baseball) Ginny Hanlon (Track) Mike Truby (Wrestling) Coach Bob Stroup (Football) Coach Mike Hogue (Football, Softball, Wrestling) Coach Basil “Bill” Harrison (Baseball, Tennis, Football) Coach Mel Laughner (Basketball, Football, Baseball) Coach Kathy Marron (Field Hockey) Gene Boteler (Contributor) 1972 Baseball Team 1974 Girls Basketball Team 1979 Boys Basketball Team
Donald Hobbs, Jr. (Football & Basketball)