North Myrtle Beach High School will honor its past by inducting 12 into the school’s athletic hall of fame.
Inductees will be honored at halftime of the Chiefs’ football game the night before against Marlboro County, and then the following night the school will host its second Athletic Hall of Fame class induction ceremony at 6 p.m. in the North Myrtle Beach High School auditorium.
Former student-athletes receiving the hall of fame nod include Al Brown, Tammy Evans, Penny Morton Howell, Jamal Isom, Sharon Jones, Chris Robinson, Matt Roupe and Randy Vereen.
Also being inducted are Harold Dunlap, a former North Myrtle Beach athletic director and football coach; the late Mildred Ward, once a vice principal at the school; and alumni association nominees Richard Jones from Wampee High School and Johnnie Livingston from Chestnut High.
Socastee will also pay homage to its rich athletic history this weekend, with a social gathering at 6 p.m. and ceremony at 7:10 p.m., prior to the Braves’ region opener against Carolina Forest.
Among those being enshrined include former coaches Horace Huggins and Bill Smith; Page Bates Nash, the former tennis standout who finished her career with an unblemished 63-0 record; and Randy Sinclair, a 1994 graduate who still holds a number of season and career school football records.