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Chapel Hill-Lincoln High Schools Hall Of Fame Class Announced

 

         CHAPEL HILL—The induction class for the 2014 Chapel Hill-Lincoln High School Hall of Fame has been announced, according to a press release from Chapel Hill High School.

      The class includes six athletes and two Coaches.  The induction ceremony will be held April 12, 2014 at 6pm in the Chapel Hill High School Cafeteria.  Tickets are $25 and include dinner (space is limited) contact Charlie Webb/CHHS-Lincoln Hall of Fame. 1709 High School Rd, Chapel Hill, NC 27516 for Information.

         The inductees include Neil Alderman in tennis, Jack Bolas in cross country, Edwin Caldwell in tennis, Meredith Green in swimming, Ryan Horton in football, three-sport standout Tom Maulsby in football, basketball and baseball, coach Tripp Price in wrestling and coach John William “Bill” Grice, who coached football, basketball, baseball, and served as athletic director.

         Among the coaches, Price is a graduate of Chapel Hill Highn who has had two stints as head wrestling coach, 1988-98 and 2011 to present. He has coached 14 state champions  Grice guided Chapel Hill teams from 1948 before going to coach and be an athletic director at the collegiate level.

         Alderman and Caldwell teamed to win the NCHSAA state doubles championship in 1979 and led the team to the state championship. Both went on to play collegiately and Alderman now is the Chapel Hill tennis coach.

         Bolas won NCHSAA titles in both track and cross country and was a four-time all-Big Ten runner at Wisconsin, from which he graduated in 2010.

Green won NCHSAA state championships in the 200 intermediate medley and the 500 free and went on to an excellent career at Florida, where she was a three-time all-American.

         Horton is Chapel Hill’s all-time leading passer in football and went on to play four years at UNC-Pembroke. Maultsby earned 12 varsity letters at Chapel Hill, including all-state designations in baseball before graduating in 1952, and played football and baseball at the University of North Carolina.