WASHINGTON, D.C. – The District of Columbia State Athletic Association High School Hall of Fame on Thursday night inducted 10 new members.
Headlined by basketball star Dave Bing, the induction class also included longtime administrator Frank Bolden; athlete, coach and administrator William G. “Billy” Coward; coach and athletic director Joe Gallagher; athlete and football coach Sylvester “Sal” Hall; athlete and media personality Robert “Glenn” Harris; administrator Edwin B. Henderson; coach and athletic director Joe Kozik; basketball coach and athletic director Anne Renninger; and athlete and administrator Aaron Webster.
Coward, Harris, Renninger and Webster were in attendance for Thursday night’s ceremony at the DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment. Bing was out of the country and was represented by former Spingarn High teammate Donald Hicks. The other five inductees were represented by family members.
The inductees were celebrated by a group that included many of the inductees from the Hall of Fame’s inaugural 2017 class of inductees, including Allen Chin, Mason Clark, Adrian Dixon, Bob Headen, Lucille Hester, Butch McAdams and Wanda Oates.
Renninger, who was a star basketball player and continues to coach girls basketball at Sidwell Friends School, spoke on behalf of the inductees.
“It was awesome to look around the room and see the men and women who have done so much to advance high school athletics in the District,” DCSAA Executive Director Clark Ray said. “We know how much of themselves to people have given to shaping DC’s student-athletes and we salute them. We are humbled to honor such an impressive group.”