Pat Knight

Class of

Inducted

Honored for his administrative and promotional efforts in lower Delaware,  he was a sportscaster and correspondent; and Executive Secretary from 1950 to 1974 for the Henlopen
 Conference. Pat was also Sports Information Director for Wesley College. He started “Little League” baseball in lower Delaware (Dover – 1955) and was largely instrumental in forming 18 Little
League baseball programs. He was once President of Wilmington Sportswriters and Broadcasters Association. Pat won the International “Little League Baseball Service” award in 1973.

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