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Dozen named to 2014 class of Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame

Alvin Moore.JPGAlvin Moore, the longtime boys basketball coach at Carver High of Birmingham, was one of 12 persons selected for induction to the Alabama High School Sports Hall of Fame. (Mark Almond/malmond@al.com)

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Twelve major contributors to prep athletics in
Alabama have were selected to the 24th class of the Alabama High
School Sports Hall of Fame.

The 2014 class, which will be inducted at a March 17, 2014, banquet at the Renaissance
Hotel at the Convention
Center in Montgomery, includes coaches, administrators, a contributor and an
“old timer”.

Selected were football coaches Mike Battles and Larry Morris, administrators
Richard “Dickie” Brown and James “Jim” Garner, girls basketball coaches Donnie
Roberts and Mike Smith, boys basketball coaches Major Lane, Alvin Moore and
Tony Stallworth, volleyball coach Nancy Shoquist, and contributor Dr. James
“Jimmy” Robinson. Selected in the “Old Timer” category was Clifford Weatherly.

The 18-member Hall of Fame Committee made the
selections from the 46 nominations on the Hall of Fame ballot. The Hall of Fame
is located at the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) office in
Montgomery. 

Sponsors of the Hall of Fame program are the Alabama High School Athletic
Directors Coaches Association (AHSADCA) and the AHSAA, along with a host of corporate sponsors.

To order tickets, mail requests along with check
or money order (payable to AHSADCA) to: Alabama High School Athletic Directors
Coaches Association, P.O. Box 242367, Montgomery, AL 36124. Additional
information is available at (334) 263-6994.

Solomon Crenshaw Jr. was on the selection committee for the high school sports hall of fame.

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