Chester County Sports Hall of Fame

CHESTER COUNTY SPORTS HALL OF FAMERS - 2014

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PHIL DONLEY: Athletic Trainer
Class of 2014

Phil Donley graduated from West Virginia University in 1956 and from the D.T. Watson Therapy School in 1957 and earned a Masters Degree from West Virginia University in 1965. He is a retired Colonel U.S. Army Reserve and has served as Consultant to the Philadelphia Phillies for 10 years and the Philadelphia Eagles for 5 years. LEARN MORE ABOUT PHIL DONLEY...

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CARL GERSBACH: Football
Class of 2014

Carl Gersbach is being nominated for his excellence in football on both the collegiate and professional levels. Carl started his collegiate football career as a scholarship player at Duke University before transferring to West Chester University. Carl was a star performer for the 1968 and 1969 WCU football teams. LEARN MORE ABOUT CARL GERSBACH...

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THERESA SHANK GRENTZ: Basketball
Class of 2014

Theresa Shank Grentz is one of Chester County’s greatest women’s basketball players. While an undergraduate at Immaculata College she led the Mighty Macs to an unprecedented three consecutive AIAW national championships, and the first undefeated season, including post-season play, by a college team. LEARN MORE ABOUT THERESA GRENTZ...

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JACKIE HUFNELL: Field Hockey & Lacrosse
Class of 2014

Jackie Hufnell attended West Chester State College, now West Chester University, where she was a three sport letter winner in field hockey, basketball and softball. She was inducted into West Chester University’s Athletic Hall of Fame. She’s also in the Pennsylvania and National Lacrosse Halls of Fame. LEARN MORE ABOUT JACKIE HUFNELL...


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KATHLEEN KRANNEBITTER: Field Hockey and Lacrosse
Class of 2014

Kathleen Krannebitter won a National Championship in both field hockey and lacrosse at West Chester University as a college athlete. Since then, she has had an amazing career as a college coach over the past 32 years at the Division I, II, and III levels in both field hockey and lacrosse. LEARN MORE ABOUT KATHLEEN KRANNEBITTER...


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HUBERT MARSHALL: Basketball
Class of 2014

A graduate of Coatesville High School, Hubie was a tremendous basketball player. He was the all-time leading scorer in Red Raider history scoring 1243 points in only two full seasons as a varsity starter. Marshall led Coatesville High to its only undefeated regular season in the school’s basketball history during the 1962-1963 school year. LEARN MORE ABOUT HUBERT MARSHALL...


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JOE NAGY SR.: Bowling
Class of 2014

Joe Nagy Sr. is one of the greatest bowlers in the Chester County area. In 1993, at age 75, he compiled a bowling average of 202. In 1996 he and his son Joe Jr. rolled a 1368 scratch total and he holds championships in various tournaments all over Eastern and Central Pennsylvania. LEARN MORE ABOUT JOE NAGY...

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TED TRAVIS-BEY: Football
Class of 2014

Eubank “Ted” Travis-Bey, Jr. is a Phoenixville native who graduated from Phoenixville Area High School in 1961. Ted starred in football as the quarterback for 3 years and point gaurd in basketball, winning Ches-Mont championships and All Ches-Mont honors in both sports. LEARN MORE ABOUT TED TRAVIS-BEY...

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DON WEBSTER: Track
Class of 2014

Don Webster, considered to be one of the great quarter-milers in the early 1960’s, was a phenom from Kennett Square High School. He was the first Kennett Square High School athlete to win a State Championship. As a sophomore, Webster won the 440 yard dash. LEARN MORE ABOUT DON WEBSTER...

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JUDITH SMILEY WOLSTENHOLME: Field Hockey/Lacrosse
Class of 2014

Judith Smiley Wolstenholme has been honored with induction into four Halls of Fame: the Ursinus College Athletic Hall of Fame, the Pennsylvania State Athletic Hall of Fame, the United States Lacrosse Hall of Fame and the Phoenixville Area High School Athletic Hall of Fame. LEARN MORE ABOUT JUDITH SMILEY WOLSTENHOLME...




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