2012 Inductees

Delaware Sports Hall of Fame

Mike Clark

Mike Clark earned the nickname “Iron Mike” through his dedication, competitive spirit and excellence in triathlons, marathon running and cycling.

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Terri Dendy

Terri Dendy dominated the quarter-mile at all levels, as a three-time state champion at Concord High School, All-American at George

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Albert Horne

An integration pioneer, Albert Horne attended Bridgeville High in 1965 rather than all black Jason High, where he had been

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Lori Van Sickle

To say that Lori Van Sickle is a dynamic, multi-talented athlete would be an understatement. Lori’s diverse athletic talents were

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John Walsh

A successful coach in six sports over four decades at Archmere Academy and Concord High School, John Walsh is believed

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Every inductee into the Delaware Sports Hall of Fame since our inaugural year in 1976 is represented on our website. Honoring the athletic excellence of these men and women is an integral part of Delaware sports history.


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