Hall of Fame Welcomes "Best of Times" Athletes and Teams (Cross Country Girls Home Page, Football Home Page, Volleyball Girls Home Page, Basketball Boys Home Page, Soccer Boys Home Page, Soccer Girls Home Page, Wrestling Home Page, Baseball Home Page, Gymnastics Home Page, Track & Field Girls Home Page)
By: Joe Schram
Posted May 2
"It was the best of times....." to borrow a portion of the quote from Charles Dickens, the era of Saint Francis athletic history that is the 1992-93 school year. In its greatest athletic year, Saint Francis won a record seven Central Coast Section championships plus six league championships in the West Catholic Athletic league and 10 in the De Anza Athletic league. "A remarkable achievement," related then Athletic Director Steve DeMaestri. Many team and individual records were established in the 1992-93 school year, some by those that were honored at the Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on April 28. The Saint Francis hall of Fame dates back to 1971 and with the current inductees now has 183 members. The Team Hall of Fame now includes 43 teams.
Hall of Fame Inductees
Bonny Brunst '93, Volleyball, Joe Cannon '93, Soccer, James Duncan '93, Basketball, Lynn Guevara '93, Volleyball, Joe Hensley '89, Baseball, Lynn Horiye, Special Category, Marquis Jessie, '93, Football, Al Morton II '92, Basketball, Joey Oliveira '93, All-Around, Karin Silvestri '94, Gymnastics, Bobby Tarantino '93, All-Around, Tilla Torrens '93, Cross Country, Nicodemus Watts '93, Football, Ira White '84, Baseball.
1992 Football, 1993 Boys Basketball, 1992 Wrestling, 1993 Wrestling, 1993 Boys Soccer, 1993 Girls Soccer, 1992 Gymnastics, 1993 Girls Track.