Hall of Fame 2009 Inaugural Class

Inaugural Class 2009

ATHLETES:  (1944 – 1969)

 

  • 1)     Ernie Broglio  – 1953              Baseball, Basketball

  • 2)     Les Cain – 1966                       Baseball, Basketball

  • 3)     Winters Calvin – 1950             Baseball, Basketball, Football

  • 4)     Harvey Dougan – 1951            Baseball, Basketball, Football

  • 5)     John Flavin – 1959                  Baseball, Basketball, Football

  • 6)     Gerry Giaramita – 1957           Baseball

  • 7)     Cornell Green – 1957              Basketball, Football

  • 8)     Elijah “Pumpsie” Green 1952     Baseball, Basketball

  • 9)     Burl Grinols – 1953                 Football, Track

  • 10) Lou Guida – 1957                    Football

  • 11) Phil “Bo” Hart – 1958             Basketball

  • 12) Bob Kinnard – 1947                Baseball, Basketball, Football

  • 13) Jack Kinnard   – 1953              Baseball, Basketball, Football

  • 14) Roddy Lee – 1967                   Track, Football

  • 15) Dave Masters – 1967               Track

  • 16) Bill Nelson – 1966                  Football, Basketball, Track

  • 17) David “Lefty” Peeler- 1955    Football, Baseball

  • 18) Larry Plantz – 1964                 Football, Track

  • 19) Don Pryde – 1952                    Basketball, Baseball

  • 20) Willie Reed – 1950                 Baseball, Basketball

  • 21) John Thomas – 1953                Football, Basketball

  • 22) Floyd Woods – 1956               Football, Baseball

COACHES:

1)     Frank Milo                              Coach Football: Athletic Director

2)     John Nules                               Coach Football: Track, Athletic Director

3)     Larry Quirico                          Coach Baseball, Football: Athletic Director

4)     Hale Roach                             Coach Track & Field, Football: Athletic Director

SPECIAL CATEGORY:

(1)  Sandy Berman                         Teacher, Commissioner, “Voice of ECHS”

TEAM:

1951 Varsity Baseball:

ACAL Co-Champions (1st ECHS Championship

Coach: Dick Lovette

Player Honors: Harvey Dougan – SS – All ACAL: Pumpsie Green – C- All ACAL

Don Pryde – OF All ACAL

Team Members: Rich Biagi (1B), Grover Blackshear (P), Dale Brown (P), Ernie Broglio (P), Willie Calvin (P),   Harvey Dougan (SS), Pumpsie Green ©, George Handy (2B) (3B), Mel Johnson (2B), R.B. King (LF), Bob Orutt © , Don Pryde (RF), Redell Randle (CF), Bob Sparks (P), Nathan Willis (3B)

1956 Varsity Basketball:

Coach Ed Collins

31-1 Record     14-0 League Record

#1 Ranked Team State of California

Champions TOC, Gridley

Player Honors:

Cornell Green – All ACAL, All Nor-Cal, All TOC

Bill Farr – All ACAL – All TOC

Team Members: Eurell Bell, Bill Farr, Cornell Green, Travis Green, Jim Handy, Bill Merit, Hank Narasaki, Johnny Perkins, Mike Purcell, L.D. Roberson,

  • FAMILY:
  • Mr. and Mrs. __________  Green
  • 1952:
  • Elijah “Pumpsie” Green:
  • 1949, 1950, 1951 Basketball
  • 1949, 1950, 1951 Baseball
  • 1950,1951 All ACAL Baseball
  • 1951 Baseball Co Champs
  • First ECHS Championship Team
  • 1951 Baseball East vs. West All-Star Game
  • 1963 Baseball – Major Leagues
  • First African-American to play for Boston Red Sox
  • 1959-1962 Boston
  • 1963 New York Mets
  • 1953:
  • Credell Green
  • 1951, 1952 – Football
  • 1952 – All ACAL Football
  • 1952 -1320 Yards, Scored 114 points
  • 1953,1954 All Big 7-Contra Costa College
  • 1954 All Northern California Junior College
  • 1954 Second Team Junior College
  • All American Football
  • University of Washington
  • Drafted Green Bay Packers
  • 1956:
  • Travis Green
  • 1955, 1956 Baseball
  • 1956 Baseball League Champions
  • 1956 Basketball League Champs
  • 1956 Basketball #1 Team in Stat
  • 1957
  • Cornell Green
  • 1956 Football
  • Basketball
  • 1955, 1956, 1957 Basketball
  • 1956-1957 – All ACAL
  • 1956-1957 All Northern California
  • 1957 – All State
  • League Record Total Points (368)
  • 1956 – All Tourney – TOC
  • 1956 – All Tourney – Gridley
  • 1958 All State – Contra Costa College
  • 1961 – 3rd Team All America – Utah State
  • Football
  • 1962-1974 – NFL Dallas Cowboys
  • 1966-1967 – All NFL
  • 1971 – All Pro

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