East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame Inducts Its 2021 Class - 27 East

East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame Inducts Its 2021 Class

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East Hampton Athletic Director Joe Vasile-Cozzo opens the East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday morning.

East Hampton Athletic Director Joe Vasile-Cozzo opens the East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame induction ceremony on Saturday morning.

Richard Schneider, East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame president.

Richard Schneider, East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame president. DREW BUDD

Richard Schneider hands Dickinson Baker his Hall Of Fame plaque.

Richard Schneider hands Dickinson Baker his Hall Of Fame plaque. DREW BUDD

Dickinson Baker was the first inductee on Saturday morning.

Dickinson Baker was the first inductee on Saturday morning. DREW BUDD

East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame Vice President Randi Cherill hands Matthew Rubenstein his plaque.

East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame Vice President Randi Cherill hands Matthew Rubenstein his plaque. DREW BUDD

Matthew Rubenstein was inducted into East Hampton's Hall of Fame on Saturday morning.

Matthew Rubenstein was inducted into East Hampton's Hall of Fame on Saturday morning. DREW BUDD

Jim Stewart speaks about Frank

Jim Stewart speaks about Frank "Sprig" Gardner, one of the inductees on Saturday morning. DREW BUDD

Dave Cheney speaks about Frank

Dave Cheney speaks about Frank "Sprig" Gardner. DREW BUDD

Sarah Topping, left, and Courtney Wingate introduce the 2009 girls volleyball team, one of two teams which were inducted this past weekend.

Sarah Topping, left, and Courtney Wingate introduce the 2009 girls volleyball team, one of two teams which were inducted this past weekend. DREW BUDD

Members of the 2009 girls volleyball watch a message from their head coach Kathy McGeehan, who could not attend the ceremony.

Members of the 2009 girls volleyball watch a message from their head coach Kathy McGeehan, who could not attend the ceremony. DREW BUDD

East Hampton's 2009 girls volleyball team, which reached the New York State Final Four, the furthest any team in program history has gone, was inducted into the hall of fame this past weekend.

East Hampton's 2009 girls volleyball team, which reached the New York State Final Four, the furthest any team in program history has gone, was inducted into the hall of fame this past weekend. DREW BUDD

Jim Stewart introduces members of the 1966 wrestling team, which was inducted this past weekend.

Jim Stewart introduces members of the 1966 wrestling team, which was inducted this past weekend. DREW BUDD

John   speaks about the 1966 wrestling, which he was a part of.

John speaks about the 1966 wrestling, which he was a part of. DREW BUDD

Members of the 1966 wrestling team which was inducted this past weekend.

Members of the 1966 wrestling team which was inducted this past weekend. DREW BUDD

Joe Vasile-Cozzo, Annemarie Brown and other members of the East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame committee unveil the newly minted plaques on the wall that faces the entrance to East Hampton High School's gym.

Joe Vasile-Cozzo, Annemarie Brown and other members of the East Hampton Athletic Hall Of Fame committee unveil the newly minted plaques on the wall that faces the entrance to East Hampton High School's gym. DREW BUDD

Matthew Rubenstein's plaque.

Matthew Rubenstein's plaque. DREW BUDD

The 2009 girls volleyball team's plaque.

The 2009 girls volleyball team's plaque. DREW BUDD

The 1966 wrestling team's plaque.

The 1966 wrestling team's plaque. DREW BUDD

Thomas McGintee's plaque.

Thomas McGintee's plaque. DREW BUDD

Frank

Frank "Sprig" Gardner plaque. DREW BUDD

Dickinson Baker's plaque.

Dickinson Baker's plaque. DREW BUDD

Drew Budd on Oct 19, 2021
After a year off due to the pandemic, the East Hampton Athletic Hall of Fame committee got back to work, inducting several former players and teams on Saturday as part... more

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