Shen Announces Hall of Fame Class
An all-star in the school’s early years, and an all-time coaching wins leader at the school, are among the Shenendehowa Athletic Hall of Fame’s newest inductees.
Walter “Butch” Titterington, who excelled in soccer and baseball from 1957-60, and Pat Seligman, who amassed a 216-24-2 record with the school’s swim teams from 1996-2009, will be honored with R.A. LeBel (1982), Michael O’Toole (86), Mike Serbalik (89), Todd Duval (90), Paul Wilders (92), Amy Salamon-Waite (94) and Lorna McPhee-Murphy (96) Oct. 13 at the Hilton Garden in Clifton Park.
Titterington led the Capital District in scoring during the 1958 and 1959 soccer seasons and carried the Plainsmen to district and tri-county championships. His baseball accomplishments include the school’s first no-hitter.
Seligman led her girls and boys teams to a combined to seven undefeated seasons, eight Section II championships and 10 Suburban Council titles. Away from the pool she founded, developed and chaired the Section II Girls’ Swimming and Diving Committee in a three-decade run through 2009.
BULLDOG PRODE HOF
Sarah (Craft) Kill, a four-sport star at South Glens Falls, will be among five inductees into the Bulldog Pride Hall of Fame Oct. 29 at the Queensbury Hotel.
Kill, a 1999 graduate, scored a SGF-record 1,650 points in her career.
Former South Glens Falls boys' basketball coach Bob Sheahan (1971-79) will also be inducted. He coached such standouts as Eddie Potter, Jake Knapp and Billy Lennox.