Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Walsh, Fenerty highlight GA Hall of Fame Inductions

Longtime boys' basketball coach Jim Fenerty and former standout guard Matt Walsh will be inducted into the Germantown Academy Hall of Fame on Friday night.

Walsh, Fenerty highlight GA Hall of Fame Inductions

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Longtime boys' basketball coach Jim Fenerty and former standout guard Matt Walsh will be inducted into the Germantown Academy Hall of Fame on Friday night.

Fenerty has coached the Patriots for 23 seasons and last year he recorded his 500th career win. He's captured 12 Inter-Ac League titles and is also the athletic director.

Walsh was a three-time All-Inter-Ac selection and 2002 Inquirer Southeastern Pa. Boys' Basketball player of the year before heading to Florida. Now 29 years old, Walsh went undrafted in 2005 but spent some time with the Miami Heat. He's since played in Europe and this summer signed with a Belgian team.

Also going into the Hall of Fame: Sean Grieve, baseball; Alex Haynie, lacrosse and soccer; Laura Kurz, basketball; Caitlin McKinney, lacrosse and soccer; Lee Melchionni, basketball and soccer; Caroline Stanislawski, tennis; Tom Tracey, swimming and water polo; Rick Welsh, baseball; 1990 boys' lacrosse team; 1952 football team.

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