Boyd-Buchanan In Planning Stages For Athletics Hall Of Fame

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

According to school officials, Boyd-Buchanan is planning on creating an athletics hall of fame.

“Boyd Buchanan School has a long history of success when it comes to high school athletics and school officials are planning to honor some of the Buccaneers outstanding athletes with the formation of a Boyd Buchanan Athletics Hall of Fame,” said Bucs' Director of Athletics Tommy Brown, "We have put together an impressive selection committee consisting of outstanding Buccaneer alumni."

As such a committee has been formed to review nominations for its first class of inductions.

The committee includes, Tim Dreaden (BBS 1991), Susan Beck Davis (BBS 1990), Will Hodge (BBS 2010) and Morgan Peterman (BBS 2012).

The criteria for nominations of student athletes include, superior accomplishments as an athlete at Boyd Buchanan, graduation from Boyd Buchanan at least five years prior to nomination, continued excellence at the collegiate, amateur or professional levels, clear exemplified characteristics of sportsmanship before and after graduation and academic and post college career accomplishments.

Former coaches, administrators and community leaders are also open for nomination. They must be retired from the position they once held at the school and made significant contributions to the overall athletic program including longevity, overall record and championships.

The nomination period will be open until February 14th, 2020 and nominations can be made by sending an e-mail to: Tommy Brown at tbrown@bbschool.org . The nominations should include as many details as possible including, stats and awards. The nominations can come from anyone and the inaugural class will consist of three people.

The induction ceremony will be held in conjunction with the Boyd Buchanan auction on April 13th, 2020 at Council Fire.


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