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Hall of Fame

1974 1983 1990 2003
T. Carlton Lewellyn Bernie Wilson Jeffrey K. Spielberger John Walter Michaels
  Dock F. Yates Ollie M. McCray Senator Curry Carter
1975 Ernest R. Prillman Ronald L. Fadoul Rueben Swipe Weaver
Otto B. Mangrum George M. Spady   Betty Roop Young
Dennis K. Wickline Gordon W. Landes 1994 Glenn Patterson
  Jesse L. Smith Bennie Lacks Edwin Martin
1976 Leo A. Yates Harold Forestal Phillip Bottoms
Jerold M. Grizzle Olin L. Creasy Harvey N. Cunningham Tonia Saunders
  Ray S. Parks, Jr. James M. Searls Billy Elliott
1977 Richard K. Hammock Lewis S. Harper Keith Minnis
Frank Mutter Ryland R. Thomas Robert A. Mawyer, Jr.  
Nat Waldron Thomas R. Harmon Ronald D. Noel 2006
Roy Farmer Thomas W. Sullivan Steve O. Shrum Janice Ellen Couch
Stephen C. Jones   Terry W. Crisman Mazie Helen Crews
William Brizendine 1984 Winfrey E. Arnold Freda Christine Norman
  Conley H. Dishon   Jane Norman
1978 Donald A. Hess 1996 Shirley Ann Zimmerman
Elmer Ralph Kiser Douglas W. Kidd David Inabinett Linwood Canada
Flae Calvin Shook Homer B. Spears Grady Spence Jeff Foster Jefferson
Granville Currier Jack H. Yates Job Turner Ervin Calvin Neighbors
  Schede Wynn Merritt Belew Dave Norman Tester
1979 Virgil E. Hankins Montana Houchins Andrew King
Oliver W. McInturff      
Richard Barley 1985 1997 2010
  James Dilettoso Elizabeth Harper Donald Blankenship
1980 Preston T. Newton Joe Shinpaugh, Jr. Bill Webb
Bernard W. Moore Rodney E. Quillen Leora Ottaway Hinnant Victor Haynes
James B. Walton William Ramos Mary Scott Bass Kenneth Potter
Lewis J. Roop   Robert Aumon Bass Findlay Loving
Obie A. Nunn 1986   James Dunkley
  Arthur G. Allen 1998 Daphne Cox
1981 Chester W. Moyers, Jr. Ronnie Blaylock Mel Carter
Albert L. Fletcher Edmond T. Abbott Edward Carney Bob Daniels
Charles K. Lockridge Fred P. Yates, Jr. Clifton Lockridge  
Clyde L. Cook   Anthony Panella 2013
Glenn O. Coffey 1987 Ruby Ann Foster Sebrell Mike Albis
R. Morris Layton Durston M. Winesburg Ross Shoop Tommy Cook
  Johnny L. Olinger   Tracy Parham
1982 W. Leroy Christian 2000 Dawayne Werner
Cecil R. Prillman Rocco J. DeVito Bryan McGee Bill Sager
Charles H. Dawson   Carol Harper  
J. Edward Howell 1988 Charles Keen  
Frank T. Anderson, Jr. George Wayne Heppert Gina Tester  
Harold V. Taylor James E. Burnette Jimmy Dickens  
Marshall J. Garrett John Abner Caudle, Jr. Jimmy Kiser  
Otis B. Snead, Jr.   Kim Tyree  
Paul V. Powers 1989 Mary Ann Lawson  
Warren C. Blackwell Allie W. Powell, Jr. Patti Ferebee  
William Brightwell Gordon Mack Harris Randy Wheeler  
Wyatt W. Martin Ronnie D. Kiser Richard Koch  
T. Vernon Cherry, Jr. Thomas Lee Rea Stanley Byers  

 

The players listed below were selected for the Hall of Fame during the special Football Reunion held at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind September 25, 2004 for their outstanding performance during the 1939, 1954 and 1969 seasons during which the teams were undefeated.
 

1939 1954 Melvin Ebron Neal Clapp
Harry Moore Randolph Wilson Charles Alexander Bennie Lacks
John Atwood John Rusnak Carl Sargent Steve Burton
Harry Knicely Edward McGann Edward Holcomb Kenneth Potter
William Brizendine Homer Spears Richard Fogle Terry Crisman
Marshall Garrette Ryland Thomas T. C. Lewellyn Mike Albis
Junior Cherry Donald Hess Jim Dilettoso Charles Harris
Harold Taylor Gordon Landes   Billy Elliott
Melvin Crews Virgil Hankins 1969 Kelly Short
Charles Dawson Ray Parks Edward Arnold Findlay Loving
Leonard Conley Billy Ramos Jimmy Dickens Paul Shifflett
Warren Blackwell Jesse Smith Johnny Olinger Mike Yance
Paul Powers Wade Webb Steve Shrum William Whiteside
Frank Anderson Conley Dishon Durston Winesburg Steve Deavers
Edward Howell Allen Williams Sherman Harper David Inabinett
Billy Brightwell Billy Taylor Ronald Noel Jimmy Dunkley
Morris Layton Wesley Kidd Jack Cornette Ken Crockett
Otis Snead Ray Humphrey Benny Warden Rusty Craft
Schede Wynn Charles Hall Bobby Mawyer Rocco DeVito
Ralph Kiser Jack Yates Matthew Searls Glenn Patterson
T. C. Lewellyn Charles Gill Charles Keen  
LeRoy Ridings Garland Robinson Roger Petty  

 

The players listed below were selected for the Hall of Fame during the special Basketball Reunion held at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind October 13, 2006 for their outstanding performance during the 1959, 1964 and 1970 seasons during which the teams were Mason-Dixon Basketball Tournament Champions.
 

1959 1964 1970
Charles Tolley Chester Myers Johnny Olinger
Harry Taylor Wayne Heppert Durston Winesburg
Tom Sullivan Richard Dooley Ronald Noel
Chester Moyers Howard Reid Bobby Mawyer
Wallace Currier Ronnie Kiser Steve Shrum
Phillip Shortt Donald Drinkard Steve Burton
Carroll Thomas John Caudle David Inabinett
Marvin Payne Mack Harris Jack Cornette
Ollie McCray Calvin Glass Roger Petty
Billy Bowman Chick Crawford Edward Arnold
Charles Alexander Jim Pedersen Rocco DeVito
Jim Dilettoso    

 

The cheerleaders listed below were selected for the Hall of Fame during the Alumni Reunion held at the Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind October 9, 2010 for their outstanding performance during the 1969-1970 season.
 

1969-1970 Cheerleaders

Diane Haynes Vicki (Hall) Milford Penny Cecil
Linda (Collins) Blehm Christine (Hiller) Barnett Peggy (Barbour) Lefors
Gloria (Hite) Shrum Cecil Moore Ruth (Freeman) Rowan
Coach Shirley (Roop) Werner    

 

The cheerleaders listed below were selected for the Hall of Fame during the Hall of Fame Luncheon held at Fishersville United Methodist Church January 26, 2013 for their outstanding performance during the 1981-1982 season during which they were selected as the best cheerleading team during the 1982 Mason-Dixon Tournament.
 

1981-1982 Cheerleaders

Brenda (Ridgeway) Bourne Tammy Giovannetti Elizabeth "Buffie" Forbes-Hatfield
Rhonda Jennings Ted Jones Michele (Paoni) VanBoxlaere
Cheryl (Gochenour) Rader-Zaso Roberta "Bobbie" Dietz  


 


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