1970 Catawba Alumnus and Legendary Williamstown High School Athlete to Be Inducted Into Gloucester County Hall of Fame
Former Williamstown high school athlete Mike Reynolds '70 will be among the 13 new inductees to the Gloucester County Sports Hall of Fame during the 32nd Annual Induction Banquet on March 27 at Auletto's Caterers in Almonesson, the Hall's Executive Committee has announced.
Reynolds was a multi-sport star at Williamstown who graduated in 1966 who starred in baseball, basketball and football for the Braves. His brightest moment was helping the Braves to a state championship appearance in basketball in Spring 1966.
He was a four-year starter on Catawba College's football team through the 1970 season as a defensive back, earning an All-District selection as a senior, and was also a four-year starter as a catcher on the college's baseball team, earning an All-Conference First Team honor.
Reynolds was drafted into Major League Baseball and played four seasons in the Chicago White Sox farm system, earning All-Star status in two of those seasons.
Also to be inducted in the Class of 2012 will be Michael Pensabene (Pitman), Al Radano (Gloucester Catholic), Bernard Bunn (Glassboro), Cindy Ogbin (Deptford), John Cobb (West Deptford), Frank Zini (Clayton), Sean Silver (Deptford Twp.), John Jengehino (Williamstown), Arnita Green-Stanford (Delsea), Joe Alexander (Delsea) and Paulette Reilley-Cwik (Paulsboro).For ticket information, contact Gus Ostrum at (856) 435-3367 or visit the Hall of Fame's web site at: http://gchalloffame.webs.com.