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Delaware Basketball Hall of FameTenth Annual InductionMarch 19, 2016

WelcomeThe Delaware Basketball Hall of Fame welcomes you to this tenth annualcelebration of the legacy of basketball accomplishment in this state.Today we honor five new inductees. We welcome their family and friends,and welcome all basketball devotees to this annual opportunity to renewold friendships and create new ones.Each year’s Hall of Fame class consists of five players, at least one of whommust have graduated from high school at least 25 years ago, and at least oneof whom has contributed as a coach, official or friend of the sport.The election process is rigorous. The year’s class joins a select group of 40players and 19 coaches, officials and friends.The Hall was created under the auspices of the Delaware InterscholasticBasketball Coaches Association. If you would like to be part of our missionin the future, let anyone of us know.Delaware Basketball Hall of FameP. O. Box 1776Wilmington, Delaware 19899Board of DirectorsBrian Fahey, PresidentChuck DuranteSteve HamanJerry KobasaBill McLaughlinJim PhillipsLee SibleyMark SillsBen Sirman

THE DELAWARE AFRO-AMERICAN SPORTSHALL of FAME, INCFounded 1996AN ADVOCATE FOROUTSTANDING ATHLETICACCOMPLISHMENTSTHE DELAWARE AFRO-AMERICAN SPORTSHALL OF FAME, INC OFFICERSCharles J. LawsPresidentWendy HannerRecording SecretaryMembership ChairHollis SmackChaplainMichael K. BrownVice-PresidentJohn Oates, Jr.TreasurerMark SillsFinancial SecretaryRenita Roane BrownCorresponding SecretaryHoward SmackAssistant TreasurerClemon JordanParliamentarianBernard PinkettContact

2016 INDUCTEESFrank AielloSt. Elizabeth High School ‘66Coached alma mater to three girls state championshipsLed Vikings to ten state championship gamesEstablished girls program at Goldey Beacom, named NAIA region coach of the yearEric BlackistonMount Pleasant High School ‘92First-team All-State for Mount Pleasant’s state tournament finalists in 1992Twice first-team All-Ivy and MVP at Brown UniversityMember of Brown University Sports Hall of FameRon JohnsonWilmington High School ‘72Delaware Player of the Year for state champion Wilmington High School in 1972Led North Carolina A&T to MEAC title and National Invitation Tournament in 1976Selected in NBA draft by Seattle SupersonicsJay ThomasCheyney State University ‘67Coached Howard High School to state championship in 1973Led Wildcats to 46-game winning streak, named state’s coach of the yearBuilt powerhouse at De La Warr High SchoolTony TuckerWilmington High School ‘83Delaware Player of the Year for state champion Wilmington High School in 1983Team MVP and all-East Coast Conference at University of DelawareNow a coach, scout and skills coach after international playing career

CONGRATULATIONSERIC BLACKISTON!On behalf of the Mount Pleasant All Sports Boosters Association,we would like to congratulate youon this high honor of being inducted into theDELAWARE BASKETBALL HALL OFFAMEYour former teammates, classmates, coaches, teachers, and administratorsall share your pride and joy on this special occasion.This distinguished recognition of your successand achievements has earned you the admiration of allGreen Knight alumni and boosters of Mount Pleasant High School.

UMass Law Schoolproudly celebrates theinduction of its graduateAttorney Eric Blackistoninto theDelaware Basketball Hall of Fame

PAST INDUCTEES2007Ed KoffenbergerP. S. du Pont ‘43, DukeSherman DillardDe La Warr ‘62, Tulsa UniversityVal WhitingUrsuline ‘89, Stanford, WNBA2008Monick FooteSanford ‘08, University of Virginia2009Dexter BoneyBrandywine ‘88, Nevada Las VegasNate CloudConrad ‘59, University of DelawareDelino DeShieldsSeaford ‘87, Major League BaseballSue ManelskiPadua ‘81, James Madison UniversityTerence StansburyNewark ‘80, Temple University,National Basketball Association, Europe

PAST INDUCTEES2010Sarah GauseUrsuline ‘80, Georgetown, DelawareLovett PurnellSeaford ‘91, West Virginia (football)National Football LeagueAlbert HorneBridgeville ‘68, Wesley, GreensboroWesley TownsendIndian River ‘78, Delaware StateLaron ProfitCaesar Rodney ‘96, MarylandNational Basketball AssociationPenny WelshSt. Elizabeth ‘79, University of Pittsburgh2011Doris Callaway FryLaurel ‘51Lower Delaware Bowling Hall of FameLenny BrownWilliam Penn ‘94, XavierJohn LesherClaymont ‘62, West VirginiaA. J. EnglishHoward ‘86, Virginia UnionNational Basketball Association, EuropeCharles RayneIndian River ‘81, TempleJoe DunningMount Pleasant ‘67North Carolina State2012Steve JacksonBrandywine ‘65University of DelawareCharlie SmithConcord 81Virginia CommonwealthLeni WilsonSt. Elizabeth ’89GeorgetownDave SyskoSalesianum ‘60University of Delaware

PAST INDUCTEES2013Ken HynsonHoward ‘74, CheyneyLee SwayzeChristiana ’68Brandywine Junior College,University of DelawareUkee WashingtonDover ‘76, RichmondMaureen DonovanSt. Mark’s ‘83, Virginia TechJohn GordonSt. Mark’s ‘95, Maine, DelawareJimmy AllenCape Henlopen ‘75, New HavenJohn BishopCape Henlopen ‘76North Carolina Central, EuropeLenny Brown, Gary LumpkinJohn IrvingHoward ‘72, Hofstra, EuropeGary LumpkinWilliam Penn ‘95, XavierTony WashamConcord ‘78, West Virginia University

PAST INDUCTEES2015Ralph BlalockSanford ’92, TowsonDick KoffenbergerP.S. du Pont, University of MarylandMike ThomasSalesianum ’74, St. Joseph’sPaul ChadickWilmington High ’36,Beacom, St. Joseph’s, Blue BombersCarmen WallaceTower Hill ’93, Duke

PAST INDUCTEESCOACHES, OFFICIALS AND FRIENDS20102007Pat Dyal Borowski Loretta IanniBuddy ClarkCoachLou MoserCoachOfficialAdministrator2011Jim FordOfficialJim HaganCoach2012Laura CapodannoCoachKaren KohnCoach2013Ben SirmanCoach/Administrator/PlayerGil JacksonCoach/Player2008Ralph BairdJack BalyCoach/PlayerOfficial/Player2009Gene ThompsonCoach2014Jim Doody Len ChasanovCoach2015Al CartwrightJournalist, EditorLou BenderCoachCoach/PlayerBix BushCoachVince FillibenCoach/Official

CongratulationsJay ThomasOn yourInduction into theDelaware Basketball Hall of Fame

Lower Delaware Bowling Hall of Fame Lenny Brown William Penn ‘94, Xavier John Lesher Claymont ‘62, West Virginia Charles Rayne Indian River ‘81, Temple 2012 Joe Dunning Mount Pleasant ‘67 North Carolina State Steve Jackson Brandywine ‘65 University of Delaware Dave Sysko Salesianum ‘60 University of Delaware Charlie Smith Concord 81

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