Kenny Bell

Ken Bell. GHS Football, Boston College University, Denver Broncos 1987 – 1989 played in 3 Super Bowls.

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Former Cleveland Browns head coach Sam Rutigliano has Greenwich ties, as he served as head coach of the Greenwich Cardinals until 1962.

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Greenwich High School graduate Ceci Hopp St. Geme, attended Stanford University, who broke four FCIAC and two state records during her cross country and track and field career at Greenwich High, gained national prominence when she won the Foot Locker National Cross Country Championship in 1980. The standout runner, who won the NCAA title in the 3,000-meter run as a junior at Stanford University.

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Donald Ward

All State Running Back – Selected By Penn State
Directly Recruited by Joe Paterno

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Mike Ornato spent 25 years on the Greenwich sidelines as head coach for the Cardinals. During that time he posted a 210-50-7 record and won four state championships and 11 regional titles.

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Sandy Pendergast has been a cheer leading adviser and coach for Football and Basketball at Greenwich High School for many years throughout the 1970”s and 80’s.

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INDUCTEE 2015 – Kimberly O’Gorman Menges graduated with at least a share of seven William Smith field hockey game, season, and career records. She compiled a then career record 58 goals and 19 assists for a then record 135 points. O’Gorman Menges currently ranks third in career goals, fourth in career points, and 12th in…

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Tony Deluca

Anthony (To To) DeLuca was born June 19, 1936, to Anthony and Vivian Urso DeLuca. In 1955, he graduated from Greenwich High School, where he was a varsity football player from his freshmen year though his senior year. He received all-state awards all four years.

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