STONINGTON – The inauguration of the Athletic Hall of Fame at Stonington High School will take place on April 30 at 4:00 PM in the school cafeteria.
Tickets are for $ 25. For information, call Susan Weber at the school number (860-599-5781) between 8:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., or send a check to the SHS Athletic Hall of Fame, c / o Stonington High School, 176 South Broad St., Pawcatuck, with a note who will attend and which received guests you will honor there.
The office will be closed during the school holidays from 15 to 22 April.
These are this year’s releases:
Heather McGugan Donahue,
class of 1981
Donahue participated in field hockey, basketball and athletics.
As a member of the field hockey team, she was appointed to the All-ECC as a junior and senior and the All-State as a senior when she worked as a co-captain.
As a junior, she was a member of the undefeated girls’ basketball team of the 1980 M-Class Champion and was a co-captain as a senior when the Bears had an undefeated regular season. She excelled on the track and won the state championship for three years in a row as a member of the 4×100 relay team.
She has coached basketball at many levels, including the Stonington Como Youth League, the Mystic Middle School and the AAU.
class of 1999
Parkinson participated in football, basketball, indoor and outdoor tracks.
In 1998 and 1999, he was a member of the M-Class State Championships on the outer track, completed several school records and won the All-ECC six times and the All-State three times.
He also earned the All-ECC award in football. He is a graduate of the University of Connecticut, where he was a member of the racing team and in 2000 received the All-New England Award.
He has taught and trained at Plainfield High and Stonington and is currently Assistant Director at Griswold Middle.
class of 2002
Doug Warner has participated in football, basketball, indoor and outdoor.
He has been named an All-ECC three times as a member of the football team, and as a senior he also received All-State honors when he was captain of the team.
In the second year he was a member of the ECC championship team on the 4×200 indoor track and in senior age he was the captain of the basketball team when he was appointed to the tournament team at the WCCU Holiday Basketball Tournament. He was also a member of the championship team on the M-Class outer track in 1999 and was captain as a senior.
He attended Norwich University and played football, winning the GNAC All-Rookie Team first and later playing semi-professionally for several teams. He also coached boys’ football in Stonington and helped launch the Unified Sports school program. He also coached football in St. Petersburg. Bernard and for four years led basketball and football programs at the Stonington Community Center. He is the owner and director of Prestige Physical Therapy & Rehab in Brownsville, Texas.
class of 2007
Lindsey Trubia participated in football and tennis. Although she could not play as a senior due to injury, as a freshman, sophomore and junior, she was declared an All-ECC and All-State in football, with the Bears setting a three-year record of 42-12-1.
As a freshman, she scored 28 goals, setting a school record of one season and 64 for her career, which was a record at the time. She was a member of the Connecticut Olympic Development Program, including a national team of ODP finalists in 2004.
As a high school student, she continued with honors at Providence College, where she began four years as a defensive midfielder. She is the founder and CEO of Peak Flow, based in Encinitas, California.
class of the year 2008
Kevin Donahue excelled in basketball, finishing his career with 1,714 points, second place in boys’ history. He was the team captain as a junior and senior and won the All-ECC award three times. He was a national team in 2007 and 2008 when he helped lead the Bears into the M-Class semifinals.
He continued his basketball career at Assumption College and received numerous awards, scoring 1,242 points and helping bring Assumption to the 2009 Northeast 10 Conference Championship.
He played five seasons in Europe, and also coached women’s and youth teams in Denmark and Germany. He has also coached at Mystic Middle School, Stonington Recreation Youth League and Northfield Mount Hermon School in Massachusetts. He is the son of co-star Heather McGugan Donahue.
Haley Gilles Randall,
class of the year 2008
Haley Randall was involved in softball and gymnastics. She won national awards in both sports and was awarded the Cup for Success in Athletics as the best athlete in the senior class.
In her junior year, she received an honorary All-ECC recognition in gymnastics, then earned a Class S All-State for her floor routine at a state meeting with a score of 8.8. For four years, she was the initial catcher of the softball team and batted 0.437 in her career.
As a junior, she was awarded as an All-ECC and team co-MVP. As a senior, she had six doubles, five threes, and four home run attempts, scored 27, had 29 RBIs, and 0.903 percent slugging. She was again the team co-owner, All-ECC and the first All-State. The bears had a balance of 20-3, won the ECC division title and reached the M-class quarterfinals.
She continued her fishing at Temple University, where she was a student on the dean’s list. He currently leads a scholarship to Georgetown University.
class of 2009
Kevin Agnello has competed in cross country, indoor and outdoor, earned 12 letters and served as captain in nine seasons. Each of his four years of cross country has earned an All-ECC award, and in 2008 he brought the Bears to the ECC Championship when he also won the All-State Award.
In 2008, he received All-ECC Indoor Track recognition as a member of the ECC 4×800 Championship Relay Team, helping to set a school record. He also earned an All-ECC award on the outer track, twice at 3,200 meters and twice for the 4×800 relay. He also earned national awards in 1600 and 3200.
He was a member of the National Honor Society and Student Government and was vice president of the class in 2009. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and a master’s degree in curriculum and teaching and educational psychology from the University of Connecticut, where he holds a doctoral degree. He works for Frontline Education Technologies and is a member of the Stonington Board of Education.
Woodrow J. Douville,
Woody Douville has been a longtime football coach in Stonington and has contributed to athletics in the city in many ways. From 1949 to 1963 he was a football coach; the bears won the ECC Championships in 1955, 1960 and 1961 and were awarded the CIAC Prize for Merit in 1955 and 1960. He received the Retired Coaches Award from the Southeast Chapter of the National Football Foundation and the Hall of Fame.
From 1963 to 1988 he was Stonington Recreation Director, led basketball and baseball programs in elementary school for many years, and was a board member of the Pawcatuck Little League, President of the Stonington Youth Football League, President of the Stonington High Athletic Council. and an advisor to the “S” club.
He graduated from the Holy Cross and served in the United States Coast Guard during World War II and taught mathematics in Stonington for 35 years after beginning his career in his hometown of Northbridge, Massachusetts, where he is a member of Northbridge High School. Hall of Fame.