The Montgomery County Sports Hall of Fame (MCSHF) today named six local sports figures to be inducted as the 2020 class. The six inductees will be honored in a virtual ceremony on Sunday October 18th at 7pm.
Terrapin broadcaster Johnny Holliday (Kensington resident) will be joined by MLB player Curtis Pride (Kennedy HS), field hockey coach Amy Wood (B-CC), three-time NFL champion and ex-Washington Senator Tom Brown (Blair HS) local tennis great Jeri Ingram (Springbrook HS) and the late high school football coach Roy Lester (Richard Montgomery, Paint Branch, and Magruder).
“These men and women have brought recognition and honor to our community in their respective fields,” says MCSHF Board Chair Trish Heffelfinger. “It is indeed a stellar group. And in keeping with the COVID19 pandemic, the induction ceremony will be virtual, and we will hear from all of our inductees.”