Three-time NBA all-star, former University of Maryland and Blair High School star Steve Francis and ESPN baseball analyst and Walter Johnson High School alum Tim Kurkjian are part of the 2022 class of the Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame. They will be inducted along with legendary Landon lacrosse coach Rob Bordley, 12-time All-Met track star at Walter Johnson Sally Glynn Hauser, Rockville native Clarence “Pint” Isreal (posthumously), a member of the Negro League World Series champion Newark Eagles in 1946 and 12-year major league pitcher and two-sport star at Blair, Sonny Jackson, in a ceremony at the Silver Spring Civic Center on Sunday, Dec. 4 at 3 p.m.
Tickets for the event are free, You can register at mcshf.org or get tickets at the door.
Join us Sunday at 3pm. Food, beverages, fun, entertainment and meet some of the best athletes from @MontgomeryCoMD. And it's all free. We'll also recognize the MoCo High School Athletes of the Week. https://t.co/GVpaQaGbbK @MCPSAthletics @landonlacross @WJWildcats @BlairAthletics pic.twitter.com/ksooRudlKv
— Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame (@MoCoSHF) November 28, 2022
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— Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame (@MoCoSHF) November 24, 2022
MCM Director of Content Joe Yasharoff tales to Kurkjian on the eve of his being honored with the BBWWAA Career Excellence Award at the induction ceremonies for the Baseball Hall of Fame.