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Six outstanding athletes and one team are the latest addition to the Springside School and Chestnut Hill Academy Athletic Halls of Fame

Every three years the Springside School and Chestnut Hill Academy Athletic Halls of Fame come together to recognize the contributions and achievements of exceptional athletes, teams, and coaches with a lasting tribute. 
The 2019 Induction Ceremony of the Athletic Halls of Fame took place on Thursday, October 10 with friends, families, and coaches in attendance. The inductees—many of whom were distinguished in multiple sports—were honored for their distinguished athletic careers and contributions to the school. Nominated by their peers and elected by committee, honorees will have a permanent home in the school’s two Halls of Fame. 
 
The 2019 Inductees are:
 
Springside School
  • Margaret Elias Garety ’98 | Squash
  • Katie Rutan ’09 | Basketball
 
Chestnut Hill Academy
  • Michael Brown ’00 | Basketball | Baseball
  • Rick Knox ’92 | Football | Wrestling | Baseball
  • Michael Mattei ’08 | Football | Basketball | Baseball
  • E.J. Murphy ’95 | Soccer | Baseball
  • 1998 Varsity Men’s Crew team | Chris Greenleaf ’99, Frank O’Neill ’98, Tom Paradiso ’98, and Tucker Schade ’98
 
In 2017, the Springside Class of 1967 helped facilitate the makeover of the Springside Lois Fernley McNeil Athletic Hall of Fame in memory of Anne Wieland Spaeth ’54. It can be found on the second floor of the Vare Field House. This year, Chestnut Hill Academy’s Athletic Hall of Fame, in the Athletic Complex, will be refurbished in memory of Jack Plunkett H’92, a beloved teacher, coach, mentor and honorary alumnus.  
 
SCH Academy is proud to be a member of the nation’s oldest interscholastic league with an athletic program and rich sports heritage that dates back to the 1860s.  

Photo:
(Seated) Margaret Elias Garety ’98 and Katie Rutan '09; (standing) Tucker Schade '98, Frank O'Neill '98, Chris Greenleaf '99, and Tom Paradiso '98, Michael Brown '00, Rick Knox '92, Mike Mattei '08, E.J. Murphy '95.
 
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