Chester County Sports Hall of Fame


1994 Coatesville Girls Basketball Team
1994 Coatesville Girls Basketball Team: State Champions
Special Recognition 2016

The 1994 Coatesville Girls Basketball team opened their season with a 90 to 22 drubbing of Norristown and never looked back on their way to a 29 and 1 record and the first State Basketball championship in school history.. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TEAM...

Kenneth Glah
KENNETH GLAH: Triathlete
Class of 2016

Kenneth Glah is the 12th child in a family of 13. He is the youngest brother. Four of Ken's older brothers were runners, 3 serious runners. In the 6th grade, Ken competed with his older sister Rose in his first Jr. only National Championship in Houston, Texas, wearing a pair of jeans with running shorts and Chuck Taylor converse high top sneakers. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE KENNETH GLAH...

Danny Hale
DANNY HALE: Football
Class of 2016

Danny Hale was an exceptional player at West Chester University and one of the most successful coaches in all of NCAA Division II history.  Danny was the Head Coach of football at West Chester University for five years and for 20 years at Bloomsburg University. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DANNY HALE...

Catherine Walsh Hay
Class of 2016

Catherine (Cathy) Walsh Hay is one of Chester County’s most successful high school women’s swimming coaches. As an undergraduate at West Chester State College (now West Chester University) Cathy was the captain of the Women’s Varsity Swimming team for three years, leading the squad to undefeated seasons in every season. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CATHERINE HAY...

Kim Jackson
KIM A. JACKSON: Lacrosse
Class of 2016

Kim still holds an NCAA Lacrosse goalie saves record today! While at University of Delaware, Kim was selected to NCAA Lacrosse tournament team, All-Region Team, All- East Coast Conference Team and the U.S. Women’s Lacrosse Squad. Kim starting teaching and coaching at B. Reed Henderson High School in 1986. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE KIM JACKSON...

Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins
Class of 2016

Bill Jenkins began drag racing in a 1955 Chevrolet convertible at Berwyn, Pa. before going off to college at Cornell University for engineering. He became nationally known after helping to build 30 cars that set national records. He became known in national circles as the engine builder for Dave Strickler in the early 1960’s. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BILL JENKINS...

Dr. Ronn Jenkins
Class of 2016

Dr. Ronn Jenkins West Chester University Swimming And Diving Coach, Ronn Jenkins not only excelled as a champion diver himself, but he was able to empower his athletes to become champion divers by his coaching expertise. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RONN JENKINS...

Dierdre Kane
DEIRDRE KANE: Basketball
Class of 2016

Kane is the winningest basketball coach in the long history of West Chester University basketball (men and women), amassing 447 wins during her 27 year career as head coach of the women’s basketball program. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE DEIRDRE KANE...

Jen O'Donnell
JEN O'DONNELL: Officiating
Class of 2016

Jen O'Donnell, a graduate of Upper Perkiomen HS and West Chester University (1983), she has spent the last 33 years (1983) officiating lacrosse. An All-American scholastic player at Upper Perkiomen, she played Field Hockey, Basketball, and Lacrosse. She graduated from West Chester in 1983 and immediately dove into Officiating. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE JEN O'DONNELL...

Jonathan Sheppard
Class of 2016

Jonathan Sheppard is a Hall of Fame trainer in American Thoroughbred horse racing. He is the all-time leading steeplechase trainer in America, with over 1,000 wins and over $20,000,000 in earnings. He has won the yearly earnings title twenty-four times. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE JONATHAN SHEPPARD...

Ramzee Stanton
Class of 2016

Ramzee Stanton is nominated for his outstanding career as a basketball player at Coatesville High School, West Chester University, and in the professional ranks while playing in Argentina for both Ben Hur and Regatas. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RAMZEE STANTON...

Amanda Brown Streeter
Class of 2016

Amanda Brown Streeter is being nominated for her outstanding accomplishments in basketball at both the high school and college levels. Amanda, a 2003 graduate of Unionville High School, is the current all-time school scoring leader, scoring 2,266 points during her career. She holds the school single game scoring record with 44 points and is the free throw percentage record holder at 81%. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE AMANDA BROWN STREETER...

Tora Suber
TORA SUBER: Basketball
Class of 2016

Suber had an outstanding career playing basketball player at Downingtown High School, University of Virginia, and Charlotte Sting and Orlando Miracle of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). Suber was a four-year starter on the Downingtown High School girls basketball team that won four District 1 and two AAAA State Championships. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TORA SUBER...

Renee Talley
Class of 2016

During her 17 seasons as head coach, Renee Talley led the Lady Raiders to a record 322 wins vs. only 102 losses. Her teams were remarkably successful, winning five Ches-Mont League championships and two District titles, her success culminating in leading her team to the PIAA State Championship in 1994. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE RENEE TALLEY...

Elinor Zimmerman Taylor
Class of 2016

Elinor Zimmerman Taylor was a 1939 graduate of West Chester High School. In 1943 she graduated from West Chester State College and in 1958 she earned a Master's Degree in Education form Temple University. She started her career as an educator in the Ridley Park, Delaware County school system. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ELINOR Z. TAYLOR...

Edward Torrance
Class of 2016

Edward "Ted" Torrance was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania. As a young man, he would often spend summers with relatives in West Chester. He was a graduated of West Catholic High School for Boys, class of 1949. Ted's father was a doctor and Ted went to Notre Dame as a pre-med student. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE EDWARD TORRANCE...

Maria Whitehead
Class of 2016

Maria Whitehead enjoyed a high school career in field hockey and lacrosse at West Chester East that was capped off by being named the 1998 Chester County Player of the Year, and the WC East High School female athlete of the year. A two sport, 4 year letter winner in both sports, Whitehead captained both teams her senior year. She was named team MVP in field hockey. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MARIA WHITEHEAD...

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