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McIntosh Hall of famers meet current athletes

McIntosh High School’s inaugural Hall of Fame inductees with current Chiefs prior to the start of the banquet recently. The current athletes were nominated by their coaches for the honor of serving and interacting with the banquet guests. In the front row, kneeling, from left, are Josh Slepicka (soccer), Brennan Morgan (baseball), Robert Eifert (golf), Rafael Perez (wrestling), Isaac Zaubi (cross country) and Josh Phillips (lacrosse). Second row (standing, L-R) Hall of Fame Inductee Jennifer Rawlings, Erika Barrett (swimming), Anna Beard (lacrosse), Wesleigh Bartels (softball), Nadia Lee (track & field), Gabby Seiler (soccer), Amanda Lindsay (basketball), Brie Sy (competitive cheerleading), Tori Hicks (tennis), Rachel Tierney (cross country), Sarah Catherine Dannelly (volleyball), Hall of Fame Inductee Ginger Harrelson Carr and Hall of Fame Inductee Reverend Dr Jimmy Ellison. Back row (standing, L-R) Hall of Fame Inductee Jeff Sheppard, Alex Ostendorf (football), Matt Cichanski (track & field), Biola Brinson (tennis), Michael Williams (basketball), Katie Sowers (softball) and Hall of Fame Inductee Danny Care. Photo/Sandra McCarthy (Younique Enterprises/Peachtree Portraits).


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