Roundup: Naperville Central to induct 11 into hall of fame
FROM STAFF REPORTS January 29, 2013 7:22PM
Updated: January 30, 2013 4:37PM
Central to induct 11 into Sports Hall of Fame
Naperville Central High School will induct nine former athletes and two former coaches into its inaugural class of the school’s Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday, Feb. 8.
The ceremony will take place between the sophomore and varsity boys basketball games against Glenbard North. Approximate time of the induction ceremony will be 6 p.m. in the main gymnasium.
Following are the inductees, listed alphabetically:
Bud Berger, track and cross country coach, 1951-1985
Steve Bogdalek, football and track, Class of 1982
Ryan Clifford, football and baseball, Class of 2000
Roger Dornburg, football and basketball, Class of 1950
Elizabeth Lumpkin, tennis, Class of 2004
Kelly McNichols, swimming, Class of 2006
Anthony Parker, basketball, Class of 1993
Candace Parker, basketball, Class of 2004
Dick Smith, football, basketball and baseball coach, 1950-1984
Bob Waropay, football and baseball, Class of 1975
John Zedrow, track and football, Class of 1941
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD
NCC’s Geraghty earns CCIW honor — North Central’s Peter Geraghty was selected Tuesday as the College Conference of Illinois & Wisconsin Field Athlete of the Week for the second straight time. Geraghty earns the honor after placing first in the pole vault at the Carthage College Tadd Metzger Invitational on Friday. The senior, who has won the last two NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championships in the event, cleared 17 feet, 3/4 inch in Friday’s meet. His mark is a foot higher than any other vaulter in Division III thus far this season.
The third-ranked Cardinals return to the track on Friday when they head to the Squig Converse Invitational at Wisconsin-Whitewater. Field events will begin at 5 p.m., with running events to get under way at 5:30.
Neuqua grad Player of Week — Carthage College outside hitter Jon Storm, a sophomore from Neuqua Valley, was named American Volleyball Coaches Association/Sports Imports NCAA Division III Player of the Week on Tuesday. Storm helped lead the Red Men to a perfect 4-0 record last week at the Thiel College Tournament, with all of them being sweeps of their opponents. In their first of three matches over the weekend, Storm had 13 kills and a .545 hitting percentage, adding another four digs. In the Red Men’s doubleheader the next day against Penn State Altoona and Eastern Mennonite, he finished with a combined 19 kills, hitting .600 and .611, respectively. For the weekend, Storm averaged 3.55 kills and 1.22 digs per set with a .580 hitting percentage.