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first_imgKevin Sinclair Seven outstanding athletes from the Class of 2017, along with the entire 1996 OCHS football team, to be honored at October 22 Induction CeremonyThe Ocean City High School (OCHS) Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is pleased to announce the selection of seven individuals and one team for induction into the OCHS Athletic Hall of Fame. Induction will take place on Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 12 p.m. in the Hughes Performing Arts Center. The public is invited to attend the induction and celebratory luncheon to follow. Tickets for the luncheon are $20, and available at upcoming football games and at the OCHS Main Office.Jen BlizzardThe Hall of Fame class of 2017 will consist of:Phil BirbaumJen BlizzardLeon BrownRalph CarsonMike NaplesKevin SinclairAbbey Woolley“I am so proud of these young athletes and their pursuit of excellence both on and off the field,” said OCHS Athletic Director Vince Leavey, “This is a great way to honor the outstanding athletes who have helped to build our Red Raiders legacy of excellence.”Leon BrownThis year’s Athletic Hall of Fame Induction also includes the players and coaches of the history-making 1996 OCHS football team, a club that earned a perfect 11-0 season and won the South Jersey Group 4 championship. The 1996 team was ranked No. 1 in South Jersey, No. 3 in the state and No. 8 in the East.Honorees from the 1996 OCHS football team include: Head Coach Gary Degenhardt; Assistant Coach Mark Impaliazzo; Assistant Coach Skip Angelo and the following players:Adam MartinAndrew HansenAndrew ZuzulockAndy LaneAustin MartinBill CarewBill MarksBrian ComeforoBryan DiDonatoDan StillwellDane SitemanDennis SingletonEd PearceErnie NelsonEvan WhelanGreg LefeverJ.L. ClarksonJared ToscanoJason ClarksonJeff YachmetzJim TownJohn KlebaurJosh CaseJustin MoffitJustin PryorKevin JenningsKevin McCannKevin SinclairMalachi FinchMatt ChilaMatt DearingMatt HansenMatt LeFeverMike PlaffMike PondMike TolsonNick BaileyPat DennisonPete SimonRob BraddockRob WarrenRay RogersScott LipfordStacy McCrayVito Constantine“While OCHS has a long and proud history of successful athletic teams, the 1996 OCHS football team stands out as one of the school’s all-time best. We want to have as many of these exceptional coaches and players at the induction ceremony as possible, and are relying on the community to help us spread the word,” Leavey continued.Players and coaches from the 1996 Football team are asked to contact Vince Leavey at the OCHS Athletic Office at (609)814-8733 or [email protected] check out our Facebook page to view more pictures of inductees…last_img read more

first_img Charles Leclercferrariformula onelewis hamilton First Published: October 25, 2019, 11:09 PM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Mexico City: Lewis Hamilton made a strong start to his bid for a sixth world title on Friday when he topped the times for Mercedes in the opening free practice session at the Mexican Grand Prix.The 34-year-old clocked a best lap time in one minute and 17.327 seconds to outpace nearest rival Charles Leclerc of Ferrari by 1.684 seconds with last year’s winner Max Verstappen third ahead of his Red Bull team-mate Alex Albon. Hamilton’s only remaining rival for the drivers’ championship, Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas was down in fifth ahead of four-time champion Sebastian Vettel in the second Ferrari.Carlos Sainz was seventh for McLaren ahead of the two Toro Rossos of Pierre Gasly and Daniil Kvyat with Antonio Giovinazzi 10th for Alfa Romeo.On an overcast day in Mexico City, Lando Norris was the first man to venture out for McLaren ahead of the rest as Hamilton arrived at Mercedes’ garage followed by a crowd of cameramen.By the time he joined the fray, on track, 25 minutes later, Bottas was on top of the times.Hamilton soon took over, to be outpaced immediately by Vettel and then again by Bottas, illustrating immediately how competitive this weekend’s contest is likely to be.In riposte, the champion lapped in 1:19.004 to go quickest again.By this stage, it was clear that Turn One was causing problems and had caught out Kimi Raikkonen’s Alfa Romeo, Bottas and Vettel, all running off before re-joining via a grass run-off area while Leclerc, one-tenth quicker than Hamilton, took top spot at half-time.Albon, with a set of soft-compound tyres on his Red Bull, went quickest with 37 minutes remaining shortly before the session was red flagged when Racing Point’s Lance Stroll hit the barriers at the exit of the stadium section.The left side of his car was damaged, but he was unhurt and able to drive away and return to the pits.Twelve minutes later, with 20 remaining, the action resumed and prompted a frantic finale as Hamilton, on softs, went top again in 1:17.327 ahead of an improving Leclerc, on mediums. last_img read more

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