Quaker Valley hall of fame banquet set for Sunday
Tickets are on sale for the Quaker Valley Sports Hall of Fame banquet that will begin at 11 a.m. Sunday at Sewickley Heights Country Club.
Tickets for the brunch and awards ceremony are $35 and may be purchased in tables of eight or 10. Order forms are available at www.qvsd.org or by calling the athletic department at 412-749-6007. Checks should be made to QVSHOF.
Payment and names of attendees should be sent to: Quaker Valley Sports Hall of Fame, c/o Quaker Valley Athletic Dept., 625 Beaver St., Leetsdale, PA 15056.
The 1972 boys basketball team will be inducted along with coaches Joe Dobrick and Jerry Veshio, and athletes Bill Sadd (class of 1958), Tom Szuba (1985), Ben McKnight (1992) and Andrew Wormsley (1997).
They also will be honored during the Quaker Valley-Steel Valley football game Friday night at Chuck Knox Stadium. Kickoff will be at 7:30 p.m.
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