Loudoun County to hold inaugural Hall of Fame ceremony Sept. 5
The induction ceremony will be followed by the inaugural Hall of Fame game at 7 p.m. as the Raider varsity football team hosts Freedom.
Admission is free to the ceremony and is $6 for the game. Here is a look at the 2014 Hall of Fame class:
-Joe Breinig, Sr (coach and administrator) Served as LCHS athletic director from 1976-2004; 40 years overall service to LCPS.
-Frank “Sonny” Pearson (athlete, coach and administrator) LCHS Class of 1965; lettered in 3 sports; coached football, track, baseball, tennis and volleyball in LCPS.
-Willie Washington (coach) Varsity boys basketball, varsity girls basketball, track; first African-American head coach at LCHS.
-Jenica Brown (volleyball coach) Six-time VHSL state champions (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013) most in VHSL volleyball history; Eight consecutive region titles; two-time All-Met Coach of the Year.
-Daniel “Danny” Furr (Class of 1967) Earned 10 varsity letters in four varsity sports (football, basketball, baseball and track).
-Ricky Donaldson (Class of 1968) Lettered in basketball and baseball; twice drafted by Major League Baseball (out of high school and college).
-Sylvester Robinson (Class of 1973) Three-time state champion in track (Long jump, 220 dash and 330 dash).
-Dulaney Washington (Class of 1975) Three-time state champion in track (100, 220, 440 dash); All-District first team football; 1,000-yard rusher.
-Julie Skinner (Class of 1982) Lettered in softball and basketball; three-time All-District in softball; two-time All-District in basketball; played basketball at Campbell University (still holds seven individual records).
-Jim Marshall (Class of 1986) Earned eight letters in track and football; All-State OL/DL as senior; All-State in shot put and discus; football and track letterman at Northeastern University.
-Angela Dolby (Class of 1988) Earned 10 letters at LCHS (basketball, track and softball); All-State in track and basketball; fifth in shot put all-time at Clemson University.
-Jill Pearson (Class of 1998) Earned 12 varsity letters (basketball, volleyball and softball); four-year starter in all three sports; currently head volleyball coach at Robinson H.S.
-Tara Kidwell (Class of 2001) Earned eight letters in basketball and girls soccer; scored school-record 71 goals in soccer; four-year starter at University of Alabama-Birmningham.
-Blakeley Griffith (Class of 2003) Girls tennis; three-time state singles champion; member of 2003 state championship team; four-year letter winner at University of Tennessee.
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