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The Washington-Greene Co. Chapter of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame has moved its 2021 induction banquet to Sunday, Sept. 26, 3 p.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn in Southpointe.

The banquet was moved from its original date of June 13 because of concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.

The decision to move the banquet was made after consultation with the hotel and a meeting of the hall of fame’s officers and committee chairs. The hope is to be able allow for more attendees on the new date.

The Class of 2021 includes:

  • Patrick Aigner (football); Dr. Anthony Canterna (youth service); Curtis Ellis (wrestling); Justin Evans (Athlete of Distinction, soccer); Justin Gregula (baseball and football); Howard Hackley (football); Mark Kern (football); Joe Maize (baseball); Jonathan Miles (football); Mary Mosley (basketball and volleyball); Wade Timmerson (basketball); Jon Vallina (coach and athletic director) and Frank Zebrasky (football and baseball).

The 1998 Washington High School baseball team will be inducted as the Team of Yesteryear.

Special Honorees are: George Alvin (Al) Helfer (broadcaster); Harry Harvey (harness racing trainer, driver and farm manager); and the 1958 California State Teachers College football.

Award Honorees will be: Courage Award to James C. (Jimmy) Montecalvo and Luke Blanock; Hall of Fame Moment to P.J. Hughes and Joe Gregula.

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