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6 athletes among inductees to county Hall of Fame
The list includes former Olympians, notable pros, college stars and outstanding coaches, plus two of the areas alltime greatest high school teams.
They are the 2013 class of inductees into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame and they are, like their three preceding classes, some of the best and brightest in the countys sports history. This years class is comprised of six athletes, three coaches, two teams and one contributor.
Year in and year out, you always wonder if next years class can be as stellar as the previous year, said Frank Foster, chair of the 28member Hall of Fame committee. And each year the answer is yes. national junior boxing champion, a world junior boxing champion and a twotime Olympian 1980, 1984 before beginning a pro career.
The three coaches being inducted are:
Karen Blair, a former Meadowdale High School player who guided the schools girls basketball program for 11 seasons, compiling a 25539 record while advancing to the state tournament 10 times including eight in a row and winning state titles in 2000 and 2004;
Tom Campbell, the longtime cross country coach at Edmonds High School later EdmondsWoodway High School beginning in the late 1960s, who led teams to seven boys and five girls state championships, for which he was later inducted into the Washington State Cross Country Coaches Hall of Fame and the WIAA Hall of Fame, and;
Dick Erickson, an Arlington native who rowed at the University of Washington and later guided the program to national titles and international prominence.
The sports contributor is:
Cliff Gillies, an educator who worked in the Monroe, Snohomish and Mukilteo school districts, and was a member of the WIAA executive board and later served as the associations executive director before being inducted into the WIAA Hall of Fame.
Lastly, the two teams being inducted are:
The 200304 Meadowdale High School girls basketball team, coached by Blair, which finished with a 261 record and was the Class 3A state champion, and;
The 1972 Sultan High School football team, which went 90 in an era before the state high school playoffs, outscoring its opponents 39344 with four shutouts.
According to Foster, the Hall of Fame committee gathered nominations, including those submitted by the public, beginning in January and then pared the list before voting to determine this years class of inductees.