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SGF Hall of Fame to induct five new members on Oct. 26

September 24, 2019

SGF LogoThe South High Bulldog Pride Hall of Fame will welcome five new members at the 13th annual induction ceremonies at the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 6 p.m. A reception begins at 6 p.m. and the induction ceremony starts at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $30 each and are available at the school’s administrative center at 6 Bluebird Road. For more information, contact committee chairman Rob Fitzgerald at 518-361-0878.

This year’s inductees are:

  • Nathan Brown, ’02, killed in action in Iraq on April 11, 2004, as a member of the Glens Falls-based Army National Guard, Second Battalion. He was posthumously awarded a Purple Heart, a Bronze Star and a New York State Medal of Valor.
  • Amanda Morin, ’02, a state title-winning softball pitcher who went on to an award-winning college career, and is now a chemical engineer at the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Philadelphia.
  • Paul Snyder, ’73, a standout soccer player and later coach, a mentor to hundreds of students and a friend to hundreds more. Mr. Snyder passed away last year, leaving a legacy of kindness.
  • Cardo Urso, ’77, a standout wrestler and football player who went on to a distinguished 24-year career in the Marine Corps, retiring as Master Gunnery Sergeant with a Legion of Merit Award. He is now an elite MMA judge, regularly scoring championship fights for the UFC.
  • Tom Utter, who coached the girls’ basketball team for 18 seasons, recording a 294-137 record while winning seven Foothills Council championships, three Section II titles and at one point 88 consecutive Foothills Council games.

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