Athletic HOF Inductees 1992


Field Hockey. Tennis. Basketball- Hockey coach '47-'79 with record of 211-20-21; 13 undefeated seasons, 14 Central League titles; Basketball coach '47-'69; Member Delco Hall of Fame.

DAVE BATTON - CLass of 1974

Basketball - AII-Delco, All-State, 3rd team All-American, career scoring record; Notre Dame 4 year starter, senior captain, senior All-American, MVP of Final Four Team '78; played professionally in Italy and Switzerland 4 years, NBA 2 years.

DUANE BEACHER - Class of 1962

Wrestling. Cross Country. Tennis - Wrestling Sectional Champ 4 years, District Champ 3 years, Regional Champ 1 year (runner-up 2 years), Outstanding Male Athlete; Lehigh University wrestling 2 years, Mid-Atlantic AAU runner-up '66.

GEOFF PETRIE - Class of 1966

Football. Basketball. Baseball - All-Delco in 3 sports; Baseball pro contract offered; Chose Princeton basketball, All-Ivy League, All East; Rookie of the Year in NBA '71; Played with Portland Trailblazers; Vice-president of Operations for Portland Trailblazers. GM of Sacramento Kings. Daily Times Player of the Millennium.

BUD WRIGHT - Class of 1945

Football. Basketball Track - Football and Basketball All-Delco, All Suburban; Temple University basketball; Inducted into the Army.


Field Hockey. Basketball. Lacrosse -Lebanon Valley College field hockey; 2nd team U.S. Field Hockey; Outstanding Female Athlete.

MIKE SCIOSCIA - Class of 1976

Football. Basketball. Baseball- Baseball catcher; one of two in history to hit .400; signed with L.A. Dodgers out of SHS; 4 years in the minors; catcher for Dodgers starting in '8O. World Series champion. Manager of Los Angeles Angels.

MIKE CARLIN - Class of 1972

Soccer. Baseball. Basketball- Outstanding Male Athlete; one of only two .400 hitters in school baseball history; Outstanding soccer player. West Chester State University All-American Soccer.

JOHN DUSSLING - Class of 1961

Football. Wrestling - Wrestling Sectional, District and State Champion; First wrestler in SHS history to win States. Syracuse University wrestling.


Field Hockey. Basketball. Lacrosse - .Outstanding Female Athlete;" Represented Undefeated, Untied, Unscored Upon hockey team in 1967 .Sports Illustrated." West Chester State University hockey and lacrosse; U.S. Hockey Squad '76; U.S. Lacrosse Team 8 years (1st team 6 years); U.S. Touring Team '75 (undefeated – vice-captain); U.S. Touring Team '79; Asst Coach '80. National Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

DICK HAZARD - CLass of 1948

Football. Track - Broad Jump State Champ 3 years; won 10 Open Championships; Best Jump in U.S. in 1948; "Look Magazine" AII American '48; Javelin 5 Open Championships; 100 yard dash 2 Open Championships; all time high individual score of 14 points in State Meet. Arkansas track best freshman in broad jump and javelin. USAF Olympics Training Camp '56.


Basketball. Football - 29 years at SHS; Basketball District Championship.

DOROTHY MOFFETT - Class of 1941

Field Hockey. Basketball- 3 years of basketball and hockey. Beaver College field hockey, basketball, lacrosse, tennis and golf; All-College Hockey Team 3 years; U.S. Hockey Team 8 years; U.S. Lacrosse 9 years.

CHUCK HALL - CLass of 1967

Football. Basketball. Track. Baseball - Football All-Delco 2 years. University of Delaware football All-MAC 2 years; All-East 3 years; Honorable Mention All-American; holds Delaware rushing record, rushed for 1,000+ yards 3 years; little All-American '70; American Football Coaches Association 2nd team. Signed with Baltimore Colts '71.

TED CRARY - Class of 1963

Cross-country Basketball. Track - Basketball first 1,000 point scorer, AII-Delco 2 years, 4th team AII-State; Track 880 in state meet 2 years, 880 and high hurdle record. Michigan State basketball Most Improved Player with field goal % record, Sportsman Award 2 years. Played AAU in Seattle.

BILL CARPENTER - Class of 1955

Football. Basketball. Track - AII-Delco in all 3 sports; All-State in football and track; football and basketball co-captain; Varsity Club 3 years. U.S. Military Academy football, track and lacrosse; football "Lonesome End" wide receiver and defensive end; All-American '59; Track sprints, hurdles and long jump; Lacrosse All-American '60; NCAA "Outstanding Defensive Player”; National Football Hall of Fame; National Football Hall of Fame Gold Medal Award; Walter Camp Award; NCAA Award Jaycee 10. Outstanding Young Men Award. Army Sports Hall of Fame. Retired Army, Three-Star General.

BILL BETTS - Class of 1963

Football. Wrestling. Track - Football All-League, All-Scholastic, Honorable Mention All-State, Back of the Year; Wrestling Sectional Champ, undefeated in dual meets '63; Track high jump champ in League, ,County & State, record holder in high jump; Outstanding Male Athlete. Maryland University high jump and triple jump, Penn Relays champ '66.

TOM HALL - Class of 1951

Football, Basketball - All-Delco 2 years. Indiana University guard and linebacker; 2nd team All Big Ten; North-South Shrine game. Delco Hall of Fame.


Field Hockey. Basketball. Lacrosse -"Outstanding Female Athlete; high scorer in hockey and lacrosse; West Chester State University hockey, track, lacrosse; U.S. Women's Lacrosse Team for 9 years, 3 tours abroad, captain of first World Cup Championship Team, named to All-World Team.


Football. Wrestling. Tennis - At SHS '54-'83; Athletic Director until retirement; Pennsylvania Wrestling Hall of Fame; District I Hall of Fame.

MIKE MULLAN - Class of 1967

Tennis - State Champion '66 and '67. University of California tennis 4 years. Pro-circuit '72-'76 including U.S. Open.

SKIP RODERICK - Class of 1970

Soccer. Track. Football- Track All-Delco; Soccer All-Delco, AII League, All-District. Elizabethtown College soccer All-MAC and AII American; professional soccer '74-'81. Head soccer coach at Elizabethtown.


Field Hockey. Basketball. Tennis - Outstanding Female Athlete; Hockey undefeated 3 years, captain senior year; Basketball 3 years; Tennis 3 years, co-captain senior year; Varsity Club 3 years, vice-president senior year. College of William & Mary hockey and basketball; Hockey captain, Tidewater Tournament, Southeastern Tournament, U.S. National Tournament.