Monday, August 21, 2000

Moore heads inductees for N.Ky. hall




Enquirer staff, wire reports

        Cleveland Browns linebacker Marty Moore and five area coaches headline the 2000 class of inductees for the Northern Kentucky Athletic Directors Association Hall of Fame.

        Moore, who played at Highlands, is in his seventh season in the NFL.

        Notre Dame's Kim Gunning (volleyball) and Cheryl Darpel (girls basketball), Newport Central Catholic's Ron Dawn (boys basketball), Bishop Brossart's Mel Webster (softball) and Silver Grove's Christy Greis (girls basketball) are the coaches being honored, though all are also being recognized for their athletic exploits.

        The other inductees: Celeste Hill, Holmes; Bill Topmiller, Covington Catholic; Robbie Clarkston, Conner; Cheryl Jones, Notre Dame; Sue Dickman, Holy Cross; and John Voskuhl, Dixie Heights.

        The induction banquet will be held Sept. 27 at the Embassy Suites in Covington. For tickets ($40) or info, call (859) 655-9545, ext. 6362.

       



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