1992 Inductees

Delaware Sports Hall of Fame

Harry Anderson

Harry, nicknamed Harry the Horse,  a graduate of West Nottingham Academy in North East, Maryland, began his Delaware baseball career

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Joe Campbell

From Salesianum, Joe went on to earn All-American honors as a defensive tackle at the University of Maryland. Campbell played

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Gary Hayman

Speedster Hayman captained three sports at Newark High School (late 1960s) when Newark was 33-0 in football under Bob Hoffman.

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Howard Wills

Howard Wills was a much-beloved and highly successful coach of basketball and baseball at Wilmington High School from 1936 to

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