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    Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
    Posted on 02/09/2018
    A collection of photos of the inductees

    2018 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

    Seattle Public Schools’ Athletic Department is pleased to announce its second year of the SPS Athletic Hall of Fame honoring outstanding high school student-athletes, coaches, administrators and athletic community members.

    The 2018 Induction Ceremony is Thurs., Feb. 15, 2018, 5:30 p.m.



    2018 Inductees:

    • Don Coryell, Lincoln ‛43
    • Sammy White, Lincoln ‛45
    • Bill Wright, Franklin ‛54
    • Billy North, ‛66
    • George Irvine, Ballard ‛66
    • Terry Metcalf, Franklin ‛69
    • Carl Ervin, Cleveland ‛76
    • Bruce Harrell, Garfield ‛76
    • Debbie Armstrong, Garfield ‛81
    • Mario Bailey, Franklin ‛88
    • Tara Davis, Rainier Beach ‛90
    • Corey Dillon, Franklin ‛93
    • Sheila Lambert, Chief Sealth ‛98
    • Jamal Crawford, Rainier Beach ‛99

    For the second induction class, Athletic Hall of Fame committee members researched and reviewed 139 years of SPS athletics and selected 14 names. These distinguished inductees are remarkable because of their athletic prowess and their leadership on and off the field or court. This year’s class represents many of the district’s 10 high schools and former high school, Lincoln.

    The list of inductees and information about the event can be found on the Athletic Hall of Fame website and on the Athletics social media channels Instagram: @SPSAthletics206 and Twitter: @SPSAthletics206.

    In addition, the Athletic Hall of Fame has created the “Seattle 500” program to help streamline athletic funding. Open to the public, this donation program ensures no student athlete needs to pay to play. More information, including how to join, is available on the Athletic Hall of Fame website.

    All funding for the Seattle Public Schools Athletic Hall of Fame comes from district athletics partners, like the Washington Athletic Club and 101 Club and many more. A full list of contributors can be found on the Athletic Hall of Fame website. Their donations will lead to a future, physical hall of fame building. Generosity from these groups is integral to the funding of athletic programs for students across the district, and continuing the legacy of Seattle Public Schools’ athletics.