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CHA Athletic Hall of Fame

2016 Inductees

2016 Inductees

Mike Masland ’91

Mike was a three-sport athlete throughout his high school career at CHA. He earned 11 letters in soccer, squash, and tennis and was captain of all three his senior year. As a junior, he was named Most Outstanding Player in squash and was selected as a First Team All-Inter-Ac player. As a senior, he once again was named Most Outstanding Player as well as being a First Team All-League recipient for the second year in a row. As a senior, he was also named the Lawrence R. Mallery Scholar-Athlete. He attended Harvard University where he was a member of the squash team. He helped lead them to three College Squash Association (CSA) National Championships in 1992, 1994, and 1995 and was named a CSA Second Team All-American as a senior.
 

Chris McInerney ’04

Chris was a three-sport athlete earning All-League Honors in football, basketball, and baseball while a student-athlete at CHA.  As a junior, he was First Team All-Independence League Wide Receiver and Defensive Back as well as All-Inter-Ac Honorable Mention in baseball.  As a senior member of the football team, he was the Independence League Offensive Player of the Year, repeated as First Team All-Independence League Wide Receiver and Defensive Back, was the team captain, and helped the team to an undefeated season and the Independence League Championship. He was Honorable Mention All-Inter-Ac in basketball as well as the team captain. As a senior member of the baseball team, he was selected as one of the captains, named First Team All-Inter-Ac as a catcher, selected for the Daily News Second Team All-City baseball team, and was the recipient of the Patterson Cup, awarded every year to the best athlete in the senior class. At Dickinson College, Chris was a two-sport athlete in both baseball and football and was the first Dickinson student-athlete to receive First Team All-Centennial Conference Honors in both. In football he is still ranked in the top five All-Time in Career categories for receiving yards, punt and kickoff return yards, total punt returns, and career all-purpose yards. He is also ranked in the top five seasonal categories for receptions, reception yards, punt and kickoff return yards, all-purpose yards, and single-game receptions. In 2006, as a kick returner, he was a Don Hansen Football Gazette DIII Honorable Mention All-American and a D3Football.com All South Region Third Team Honoree. As a collegiate baseball player, he was HM All-Centennial Conference in 2006 and First Team All-Conference in 2007. He ended with a career batting average of .316 and was Top Ten All-Time in stolen bases and triples. 
 

Rich Repetto ’01

Rich came to CHA as a sophomore from New Jersey and was a two-sport athlete while attending CHA in both baseball and squash. Rich lettered in baseball as both a junior and senior and was Second Team All-Inter-Ac his senior year in baseball. Squash is where Rich excelled at both CHA and the University of Pennsylvania. At CHA, he was a three-time varsity letter winner in squash, First Team All-Inter-Ac in squash his sophomore, junior, and senior years, First Team MASA and a MASA Champion all three years, and finished the 1999 Junior circuit as the #1 ranked player in the country in the U19 Division. He was the U.S. Squash Junior National Champion in 1999 and 2000 and helped lead the team to three Inter-Ac and MASA Championships while a student-athlete at CHA. At Penn, he was a four-year letter winner, a First Team College Squash Association (CSA) All-American in both 2002 and 2003, and a Second Team CSA All-American in 2004. He also was First Team All-Ivy in 2002 and 2003.
 

Bob Simmons ’81

 At CHA, Bob was a three-sport athlete who excelled in all three. He earned eight varsity letters in cross country, wrestling, and track. As a sophomore, he lettered in wrestling and track and was the Most Improved wrestler. Bob’s senior year was exceptional and one that still serves as one of the most decorated in CHA athletic history. In cross country he was First Team All-Inter-Ac, MVP of the team, and the first CHA runner to win the Inter-Ac Championship in what was at the time a new Belmont Plateau record. In wrestling he was selected captain and selected as the team MVP. In track he was the captain of the team, Most Outstanding, and won both the 1600 and 3200 meter events at the Inter-Ac Championships (called the “Impossible Double,” earning him All-Inter-Ac Honors in track as well. He held the school records for both the 1600 and 3200 meter run until 1988, but still is the record holder of the 1600 meter run (as of 2016). He also was named the Lawrence R. Mallery Scholar-
Athlete his senior year.
 

Tim Whitworth ’99

Tim was a four-year starter and letter winner in basketball while a student-athlete at CHA and is the current (2016) all-time leader in points scored.  As a sophomore he was Second Team All-Inter-Ac. As a junior he was First Team All-Inter-Ac and an Associated Press Small School (AA-A) Fifth Team All-State recipient. His senior year he was First Team All-Inter-Ac and Second Team All-City by the Philadelphia Daily News. At Drexel, Tim scored over 1,000 points in his career and was an All-CAA Conference Second Team recipient as well as a member of the CAA (Colonial Athletic Conference) All-Academic Team in 2004. He was a member of two Drexel teams that went to the NIT tournament and he is still (as of his 2016 induction) on the Drexel all-time three-point list with 142 three-point shots made. He still holds as well the single-season record for three-point field goals made at .513 when he went 61 for 119 in his final season as a Dragon in 2004. He went on to play professionally in Europe from 2004 when he signed with the UBC Mattersburg 49ers (Austria–A League) until the 2012-2013 season when he finished his professional career with the KFUM Jämtland basketball team in the Swedish pro league. 
 

Tom Whitworth ’98

Tom was a four-year starter on the varsity basketball team and was captain of the 1997-1998 Inter-Ac Championship team. As a junior he was Second Team All-Inter-Ac and as a senior he was First Team All-Inter-Ac, Second Team All-City by the Daily News, Associated Press Small School (AA-A) Third Team All-State recipient, and the Markward Award winner for the Inter-Ac. He began his college career at Philadelphia University, but transferred after his freshman year to Holy Family College where he played and started all three years. As a senior at Holy Family, Tom was named a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) First Team selection, the CACC Player of the Year, and an NAIA National All-American. He finished his senior year with 608 points for 19.0 points per game, was the CACC’s most prolific three-point shooter, leading the league with 3.88 treys per game and a .483 percentage (101-209) from beyond the arc. Holy Family went 21-11 his senior year and advanced to the NAIA National Quarterfinals. After playing collegiately, he signed with the Washington Generals, touring and playing against the Harlem Globetrotters for two years.
 

D. Stanley Parker ’68

Stan started at CHA as a 3rd grade student in 1958, graduated in 1968, attended and graduated from Roanoke College in 1972, and returned to CHA in the fall of 1973 to teach history. In his 43 years at CHA, Stan was a teacher, coach, Dean of Students, Athletic Director, and Dean of Faculty but most of all, he was a mentor to hundreds of students and families throughout his years at school.  Stan coached basketball and football, but his true passion was baseball and it is here that he will leave his legacy. He was the head varsity baseball coach for 23 years, amassing 313 wins, an Inter-Ac title in 2007 as well as “Team of the Year” honors from the Philadelphia Inquirer that same year. His teams competed in the Independent School semifinals several times as well as the finals, and he coached over 60 All-Inter-Ac recipients, 30 Daily News All-City Honorees, and had numerous student-athletes play collegiately at both the Division I and III levels. He led hundreds of young men to Florida every spring break to give them the opportunity to experience what has become a baseball tradition for many high school programs throughout the country. They traveled as a team to bond together in Florida, while getting their baseball arms and legs ready for the upcoming season. Florida was an annual trip that Stan, his coaches, the players, and their families looked forward to every spring. Stan’s passion and involvement in baseball were not limited to CHA. He was called a “moving force and major organizer for Philadelphia’s Carpenter Cup,” which is a yearly tournament run by the Philadelphia Phillies that benefits hundreds of area high school players and gives them exposure to college coaches and pro scouts. According to Phillies chairman David Montgomery, “Stan’s a very passionate guy about the game of baseball. He cares so much about other people, something he has demonstrated all those years coaching and teaching.” And as former CHA Headmaster Gerrit M. Keator said, “Stan was the epitome of the independent school faculty member as a teacher and coach and as a trusted adviser to hundreds of students. He was a noble colleague in a noble profession.” 
 
And in the words of Coach Parker: “Early is on time, on time is late, and late is left.”
1992 CHA Soccer Team
Paul Feuer • Gregg Beideman • Dave Donch • Mike Paskey • Matt Brown • Read Goodwin • Ian Gwyn • Will Harries • Bill Zimmerman • Scot Kirkpatrick Mike Bowers • Phil Julien • Tom Kaess • Jon Freeman • Jon Bartlett • Pat Link • Mike Corvasce • Steve Belmonte • EJ Murphy • Brendan Sheehan

Coaches: Jim Talbot H’81 • Bruce Redpath
1999 CHA Track Team
Chris Crawley • Brian Derby • Alan Goykhman • Edson Greenwood • Phil Gulesserian • Jon Henry • Ira Hill • Mike Koumaras • Beau Martin • Anthony Prousi • Dan Spada • Theis Weckesser • Jason White • Brookes Britcher • Bob Buonocristiano • Tom Kenny • Andy Kucer • Dusty Latimer • Toussaint Losier • Peter MacBride • Lou Sigmund • Justin Smith • Derek Wilson • Ross Brindle • Nick Burke • Tris Carver • Will Clattenburg • Ben Edwards • Dan Gargan • Pete Perry • Bob Plunkett • LJ Reed • Ty Weatherby • James Baumberger • Eric Burke • Greg Hampson • Peter Harris • Bryan Hozack • John Ingram • Drew Mowery • Lion Nealy • Rob Williams • Dave Wolfgang • Nick Levine

Coach: Paul Hines H’03
Assistant Coaches: Ron Colston H’99 (posthumously) • Dan Brewer H’10 • Tim Delehaunty • Hugh Derby • Bill Harper ’59 • Chris Conner ’94
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