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14 new inductees added to the Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame

 

by Ed Weaver - April 3, 2018

The Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame inducted 14 new members on Saturday, March 31 at their 33rd annual banquet held out at the Tioga County Fairgrounds.

Former athletes from Wellsboro, Mansfield, North Penn, Liberty, Cowanesque Valley, Williamson, and Elkland gathered and shared stories about their playing days and their favorite memories. Tim Frazier started the event, then recognized the newly deceased Hall of Fame members, an introduction of Tioga County High School honorees, and the induction of the Class of 2018.

The 2018 Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame Class includes:

Rob Brant – Mansfield (baseball)
Afton Brugger Heyler – Cowanesque Valley (softball)
Mark Burfield – Elkland (baseball)
Blaine Bush – Wellsboro (football)
TJ Howe – Elkland (golf)
Tesia Kaczynski – Mansfield (basketball)
Cindy Kendrick – Williamson (gymnastics)
Erin Litzleman – Liberty (coach/contributor)
Michael Makowiec – North Penn (baseball)
Dawn Pierce – North Penn (basketball)
Victoria Preston Hyde – Williamson (volleyball)
Renee Sayles – Cowanesque Valley (basketball)
Kimberly Sayre Williams – Wellsboro (track & field)
Mike Schall – Elkland (golf)

The Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame also honors outstanding high school senior athletes each year in recognition of their contribution to the sports life of the respective schools during the past four years. Being honored in 2018 include:

Amaya Walker – Cowanesque Valley
Caleb Hurd – Cowanesque Valley

Alyssa Remley – Liberty
Riley Walker – Liberty

Alaina McKee – Mansfield
Justin Kriner – Mansfield

Lizzie Poirier – Wellsboro
Dalton Prough – Wellsboro

Hannah Deacon – Williamson
Madden Doud – Williamson

For more information about the Tioga County Sports Hall of Fame, and to learn more about all the inductees, be sure to visit www.tiogacountysportshof.com from Circle W Sports.

Credits:

Idea/Concept: Ed Weaver

Videography: Andrew Moore, Tim Crane, Ed Weaver

Video Editing: Andrew Moore

Writing: Ed Weaver

Anchor: Ed Weaver

Correspondent: Ed Weaver

 

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