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Athletic Halls of Fame
CHA Athletic Hall of Fame

2003 Inductees

Mark A. Burke '86

Mark was an outstanding athlete at CHA, winning 12 letters and the prestigious Patterson Cup. In basketball, he was a two-time captain, winner of the Markward Award, and twice winner of the Landreth Award as the Most Valuable Basketball Player. He was also the captain of the football team, winner of the Maxwell Award, named to the All-Independence League team, as well as a winner of CHA’s Kleinfelder Award and the Edward B. Lawless Award. At Moravian College, he was the captain of the basketball team, winning four letters and setting school records for number of assists and the highest shooting percentage for single-season and career three-point shots. Mark continued his interest in basketball as a successful intercollegiate coach.

John D. Baizley '66

Christopher Brassell '89

At CHA Chris excelled in football, basketball, and baseball, captaining the football and basketball teams. He was named the Most Valuable Player in all three sports and made the All-Inter-Ac teams in basketball and baseball. In football, he won All-Independence League honors, was an All-City defensive back, and was captain and Most Valuable Player in the Daily News City All-Star game. In basketball, Chris won the Markward Award and was selected to the Keystone State Games team. Winner of CHA’s Patterson Cup, he was a finalist for the Daily News City Athlete of the Year and a finalist for the WIP Scholar-Athlete of the Year. At the University of Pennsylvania, Chris was an outstanding two-year All-Ivy League wide receiver; he won the Maxwell Award as Collegiate Player of the Month and led his team to an Ivy-League Championship.

Lawrence H. Haas '71

Larry, a Pop Warner Football All-American, won twelve letters in Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track at CHA. He co-captained the Football and Baseball teams. In Football, he set the CHA single-season rushing record, earned First Team All-Inter-Ac and All-City honors, the Bernie Dallas MVP Award, as well as started in the Philadelphia vs. Suburban All-Star Classic Football game. In Baseball, Larry started four years at shortstop, leading the team in batting for three years. While at CHA he was named the Lawrence Mallery Scholar Athlete and the Philadelphia Bulletin Scholar-Athlete winner. At Trinity College, Larry earned six letters as a three-year standout on the Football and Baseball teams.

James A. Hauze '32

Jim was a four-sport athlete at CHA, playing football, basketball, baseball, and track. He excelled in football and earned All-Inter-Ac honors as a center. He was the leading scorer on an Inter-Ac co-championship basketball team. Jim captained the Notre Dame freshman football team before transferring to the University of Pennsylvania where he was an outstanding football and baseball player. In 1935, he won the Varsity Football Award for excellence and made the Associated Press All-Eastern Football team. In 1936, he was named to the All-American Football team. As a shortstop on the University of Pennsylvania baseball team, he initiated the first triple play ever in the history of the Eastern Intercollegiate League. In 1946, Jim was named to the American Bowling Congress Hall of Fame.

Thomas J. Hogan III '65

Tom was an outstanding athlete and leader at CHA. He won twelve letters in Football, Basketball, and Baseball. His leadership capabilities were recognized when he won the coveted Silver Medal in his junior year. In Football, he captained the team and was named to the All-Inter-Ac Football team. In Basketball he was a two-time Captain and in his senior year named to the All-Inter-Ac Basketball team. In Baseball, he captained the team and won two CHA batting championships and was again named to the All-Inter-Ac team. Tom’s high school career was capped with the winning of The Crowell Award as the best all-around athlete in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

Alan T. Hom '88

Alan was an exceptional soccer player and athlete at CHA. He captained the soccer team for two years and was named Inter-Ac Most Valuable Player. He also distinguished himself by being named to the following teams: All-Inter-Ac for four years, All-City for two years, All-State for two years, and All-Region for two years. He captained CHA’s baseball team and was named to the Philadelphia Phillies Carpenter Cup team for two years. He earned 11 varsity letters in soccer, basketball, and baseball and was awarded the Patterson Cup. At Carnegie Mellon University, Alan was named Most Valuable UAA Player of the Year. He won All-University Athletic Association (UAA) honors for four years, All-Region for two years, All-American, and was named to the NCAA Pennsylvania All-Star team. After college, Alan played professional soccer for the Pittsburgh Stingers in the Continental Indoor Soccer League.

W. G. Howard '92

Gerald was an outstanding Track and Field athlete at CHA. He still holds CHA records in the 100 Meter, 200 Meter, and High Jump. He was the Inter-Ac Champion in the Long Jump, three-time 100 Meter and High Jump Champion, and four-time 200 Meter Champion, as well as a three-time winner of the George Greenwood Award for scoring the most points in the Inter-Ac Championship Meet. At the University of Virginia, he was a three-time Captain of the Track and Field team and named Most Valuable Player in 1995. Gerald placed in numerous 100 Meter and 200 Meter I.C.4.A., ACC and NCAA Championships. He was named to the First-Team All-ACC. He still holds University of Virginia’s records in the indoor and outdoor 100 Meter and 200 Meters.

G. Clayton Kyle Jr. '70

Clayton was an outstanding athlete and leader at CHA. He was the captain of three sports and earned nine letters in football, hockey, and baseball. In his senior year, he was recognized as the Most Valuable Player on the football team, earning All-Inter-Ac honors and was named to the All-City All-Star Team, as well as named the Most Valuable Player on the hockey team. Clayton was awarded the Patterson Cup as the outstanding athlete in his class, as well as the prestigious Alumni Gold and Silver Medals. At Princeton, Clayton played hockey all four years, his first on the freshman team as mandated by the NCAA and three on the varsity. He captained the team his senior year and won the Richard Vaughn Cup for dedication to hockey.

David C. Miller '92

David was an outstanding Basketball and Baseball star at CHA. A Patterson Cup winner, he was the Captain and named Most Valuable Player on an Inter-Ac Championship Basketball team. He captained the Baseball team, was named Most Valuable Player, and made the All-Inter-Ac Baseball Team. He won the Markward Award; the Jimmy Rooney Award for Leadership, Scholarship, and Sportsmanship; and the Jerry Rullo Sportsmanship Award for the Inter-Ac League. At Clemson University, David was granted a scholarship and starred on the Baseball team. He was named All-Atlantic Coast Conference, five-time All-American, and Smith finalist for the College Player of the Year. David was a first-round draft pick of the Cleveland Indians. During his professional career, he has played first base and the outfield in the organizations of the Indians, the Atlanta Braves, and the Cincinnati Reds.

Harold C. Parchini '33

At CHA, Hal won nine letters playing football, basketball, and baseball. He captained the basketball team for two years, during which CHA was the co-champion of the Inter-Ac League. He won the Gold Medal and is one of only four individuals in CHA’s history to win the Silver Medal twice. Hal was the captain of the Dartmouth basketball team in 1937 before returning to CHA to coach the football, basketball, and baseball teams. He coached the undefeated 1941 football team, also inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame this year. He was the Director of Athletics until 1960. In 2002, Hal was recognized for his outstanding qualities as an “Educator, Leader, and Motivator” as the first recipient of the Chestnut Hill Academy Alumni Association Special Recognition Award.

Richard A. Sheppard '77

Rich is an outstanding squash player and athlete. At CHA, he was named to the All-Inter-Ac squash team and led CHA’s squash team to the Inter-Ac Championship. As a goalie on the soccer team, he had 11 shutouts in 17 games in his senior year. He also participated on the varsity tennis, baseball, and wrestling teams. Rich has won numerous major squash titles, including the United States National Doubles (Open Division) in 1987, 1988, and 1991, the World Doubles (35 and Over) in 1996, the United States National Doubles (40 and Over) in 2001 and 2002, the United States National Mixed Doubles (40 and Over) in 2002, the Philadelphia Doubles Championships (Open Division) eight times, and the Philadelphia Doubles Championships (40 and Over) in 2001, 2002, and 2003.

William E. Shuttleworth H'38

Bill was at CHA from 1926 to 1938, during which time he served as the Dean of Science and Athletics, Head of the Science Department, Athletic Director, and Varsity Coach of Football, Basketball, and Baseball. His teams, although small, frequently undermanned, and competing in the tough Inter-Ac League, had tremendous successes. CHA’s coveted award for outstanding teaching, “The Shuttleworth Award,” is named in his honor. Presented annually, it is awarded by students in the class who graduated ten years before to the teacher who had the most beneficial and lasting influence on them. In 1974, CHA’s baseball field was dedicated in honor of William E. Shuttleworth. At the ceremony, Bill was praised as “the kind of guy who could lead by example…. He was the kind of guy who understood boys as nobody else did. He was a thoughtful man and a tremendous gentleman.”

John D. Talbot II '90

John, a nine-letter winner in soccer, squash, and tennis, also punted for the football team his senior year. In soccer, he played on three Inter-Ac League championship teams and was named captain and Most Valuable Player. He was named to the All-Inter-Ac and All-State soccer team and was honored as All-Inter-Ac Most Valuable Player. In tennis, he was the captain, played number-one singles, and earned Most Valuable Player on an undefeated Inter-Ac championship team, and was named to the All-Inter-Ac tennis team. He won the Patterson Cup as the best athlete in his class. At Princeton, John started on the soccer team for three years and led the team in scoring. He scored the goal that put Princeton in the NCAA Final Four for the first time in its history. He also lettered in squash for two years on a team that won the National Intercollegiate Championship title.

1973 Varsity Soccer Team

Inter-Ac Champions
Undefeated – Record 14-0-2

Germantown Friends School 2-0
Valley Forge Military Academy 3-1
George School 6-2
Hill School 1-0
Friends Select 5-0
Haverford School 2-0
Germantown Academy 3-1
Penn Charter 5-0
Episcopal Academy 1-1
Friends Select 6-1
Friends Central 3-0
Haverford School 5-0
Harrington High School 3-3
Germantown Academy 3-1
Penn Charter 1-0
Episcopal Academy 2-1
 
Points
CHA 51 Opponents 11
Inter-Ac Champions

Head Coach: James M. Talbot II H’81
Captains: Louis J. Dollarton III ’74
David N. Rhoda ’74

1941 Football Team

Undefeated – Record 5-0

St. Andrew’s School 25-13
Frankford High School Reserve 18-0
Archmere Academy 26-13
Sanford Preparatory School 13-0
Germantown Friends School 12-0

Points
CHA 94 Opponents 26
First Undefeated Football Team since 1910

Head Coach: Harold C. Parachini ’33
Assistant Coach: Frank Laverell
Captain: Bryce Blynn Jr. ’42
 
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