East Hampton Inducts New Hall of Fame Class - 27 East

East Hampton Inducts New Hall of Fame Class

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Sandra Vorpahl with her plaque that will go up on the wall behind her.    JIM STEWART

Sandra Vorpahl with her plaque that will go up on the wall behind her. JIM STEWART

Randi Cherril introduces inductee Brandon West.    JIM STEWART

Randi Cherril introduces inductee Brandon West. JIM STEWART

Ralph Naglieri introduces inductee Claude Beudert.    JIM STEWART

Ralph Naglieri introduces inductee Claude Beudert. JIM STEWART

Former athletic director Joe Vasile-Cozzo introduces Jim Stewart.    JIM STEWART

Former athletic director Joe Vasile-Cozzo introduces Jim Stewart. JIM STEWART

Jim Nicoletti introduces the late Kevin Somers.    JIM STEWART

Jim Nicoletti introduces the late Kevin Somers. JIM STEWART

Former athletic director Dick Cooney, a hall of famer himself, introduces his former secretary Sandra Vorpahl, one of this year's inductees.   JIM STEWART

Former athletic director Dick Cooney, a hall of famer himself, introduces his former secretary Sandra Vorpahl, one of this year's inductees. JIM STEWART

Kevin Barry, who is still the varsity boys cross country head coach, speaks about his 2002 team which was inducted on Saturday.   JIM STEWART

Kevin Barry, who is still the varsity boys cross country head coach, speaks about his 2002 team which was inducted on Saturday. JIM STEWART

The 2002 boys cross country team was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame on Saturday.    JIM STEWART

The 2002 boys cross country team was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame on Saturday. JIM STEWART

The 2002 boys cross country team was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame on Saturday.    JIM STEWART

The 2002 boys cross country team was inducted into the school's Hall of Fame on Saturday. JIM STEWART

Jim Nicoletti hands over a plaque to Joe Vasile-Cozzo recognizing him for helping create East Hampton's Athletic Hall of Fame.    JIM STEWART

Jim Nicoletti hands over a plaque to Joe Vasile-Cozzo recognizing him for helping create East Hampton's Athletic Hall of Fame. JIM STEWART

ormer athletic director Joe Vasile-Cozzo introduces Jim Stewart.    JIM STEWART

ormer athletic director Joe Vasile-Cozzo introduces Jim Stewart. JIM STEWART

Peter DiGate introduces inductee Michael Graham. JIM STEWART

Peter DiGate introduces inductee Michael Graham. JIM STEWART

Jim Stewart is congratulated by his father, Walt Stewart, a former wrestling coach for Riverhead and a Long Island Chapter National Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee. JIM STEWART

Jim Stewart is congratulated by his father, Walt Stewart, a former wrestling coach for Riverhead and a Long Island Chapter National Wrestling Hall of Fame inductee. JIM STEWART

Desirée Keegan on Sep 22, 2022
Six former athletes, coaches and office personnel, as well as a cross country team, have been inducted into the East Hampton Athletic Hall of Fame. The Class of 2022 includes... more

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