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The DSMHOF Class of 2019 includes:
George Alderman: Over a 49-year competitive career, was one of America’s most successful sports car racing drivers, racing in Sportscar Club of America and International Motor Sports Association events.
Dexter Boney: All-time leading scorer in Delaware high school basketball history at Brandywine HS before embarking on an outstanding collegiate career at UNLV and a stint in the National Basketball Association.
Bruce Frederick: A fixture in the gymnastics world for over 50 years as an athlete, coach, official and historian, he was inducted into the National Gymnastics Hall of Fame in 1990. He will be inducted posthumously.
Marianna Freeman: Standout basketball player at Smyrna HS who went on to an outstanding playing career at Cheyney (Pa.) State before a successful stint as a Division I women’s head coach, leading Syracuse to the NCAA Tournament.
Montell Owens: Outstanding high school gridder at Concord HS who went on to an impressive career at the University of Maine and enjoyed an nine-year Pro Bowl career in the NFL primarily with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Dan Rincon: Former Dover Air Force Base HS cross country and distance state champion who went on to an All-American career at University of Maryland where he also later coached. He held the state marathon record for over 40 years.
Anne Marie Igo Rizzo: Standout basketball player at St. Elizabeth HS and later at the University of Delaware, where she is a member of the UD Athletics Hall of Fame. She has gone on to enjoy a national-calibre career in the sports of basketball and tennis at the National Senior Olympics.
Ian Snell: Two-time Caesar Rodney HS All-State pitcher who went on to pitch in the Major Leagues for seven years, primarily with the Pittsburgh Pirates, winning 14 games in 2006.
Margaret Varner Bloss: An ace on many different courts, she was a world-class performer in tennis, squash, and badminton for three decades, remains the only Delawarean to compete internationally in three racquet sports, and is a member of five halls of fame.
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