Published: Aug 11, 2012 06:00 PM
Modified: Aug 10, 2012 04:40 PM
The Cary High Sports Hall of Fame will induct three new members during the Sept. 21 home football game against Middle Creek.
This year’s inductees are Dr. Douglas Martini, Megan Armstrong and Justin Mauney, and all three are still involved with Cary High School.
This fall, Martini will begin his 20th year of service as the athletic program’s head team physician.
Armstrong (’01), now a counselor at the school, was a four-time conference girls swimmer of the year while also being a two-time all-state selection in soccer.
Mauney (’00), an assistant coach on the JV boys’ basketball team, was the N.C. High School Athletic Association’s male scholar athlete of the year his senior year while competing in soccer, basketball and track. Centennial celebration:
The N.C. High School Athletic Association is planning a centennial celebration next year and wants you to help select the top players, coaches and administrators of the past 100 years.
The association, which oversees high school athletics in North Carolina public schools, got its start in 1912 when the University of North Carolina provided $200 through its extension service.
Among the things planned for the centennial are selecting the top 100 male athletes, the top 100 female athletes, the top 100 coaches and the top 100 administrators.
The public can make nominations by going to http://nchsaa.org and clicking on “School Central,” which is on the top right hand side of the home page. The tab links to a nomination form.