Three area graduates and another who went to play for Hartwick College are among the 24-member class that will be inducted into the Section Four Hall of Fame on March 2.
Stamford and Oneonta State graduate Brooke Davis (Trotta), South Kortright graduate Ashlei Kenchen, Sidney graduate Greg Davie and former Hartwick College football lineman Tom Stoddard are in the 2013 class.
They’ll be joined by Candor graduates Wayne Aman, Brandy Ferris and Bonnie Jackson; Norwich graduates Barry Benjamin, Nick Brunick, Jason Morris and Josh Morris; Johnson City’s Pete Capone and Tony Cleary; Greene’s Brad Henneman and Sue Carlin; Elmira Heights’ Brandon, Christopher and Michelle Mallette; Windsor’s Dan Hodack and Kyle Meeker; Lansing’s Lindsey Dean; Union-Endicott’s Jim Johnson; Tioga’s Brent Rider; and Moravia’s Nicholas Rowe.
The inductions will be held between the first and second sectional basketball finals at the Broome County Arena on March 2.
The following is a closer look at the area selections:
Brooke Davis (Trotta)
Davis, a 2001 graduate, starred in three sports for the Indians.
She was a four-time Delaware League all-star in soccer and basketball as well as a Class D First Team all-state pick on both sports. In track, Davis qualified for three state meets.
She finished with 1,313 points in basketball. Her eight three-pointers in a game is among the most in state history.
Davis went to play soccer and trun track at Oneonta State. When the Red Dragons won the NCAA Division III national soccer title in 2003, Davis was named the tournament’s top offensive player.
She’s a teacher in the Shenendehowa School District and lives with husband Mike Trotta in Saratoga Springs.
A 2002 graduate, Kenchen stood out in basketball and soccer for the Rams.
During her senior season, Kenchen led the Rams to their first sectional title since 1980. She averaged close to 17 points that season and finished with 1,327 varsity points.