Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame Inductees Named

The Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame will induct seven new members at its 40th Anniversary Induction Dinner April 27.

The Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame confirmed the list of new inductees for 2013.

They will be honored at a special 40th Anniversary Induction Dinner Celebration Apirl 27 at the Pearl River Elks Club in Nanuet.

According to former Pearl River Athletic Director Tom Doherty, the 2013 inductees are:

  • Keith Bulluck, Clarkstown North Class of 1995, football and basketball. Played college football at Syracuse and in the NFL with the Tennessee Titans and New York Giants
  • Jodi Schlesinger Salsberg, Clarkstown South 1999, triple jump and long jump. Seven-time state champion and three-time national champion
  • Khyl Farrison, Suffern 1999, all-state football, baseball and wrestling
  • Ed Wanamaker, Nyack 1972, all-county soccer, hockey and baseball
  • Mike Rotundo, Tappan Zee 1954, basketball, baseball, track and cross country
  • Gary Gray, Nyack boys basketball coach. Won 432 games, second most in Rockland County history. 
  • Bud Kast (posthumous), Pearl River 1938, All-county football, basketball and baseball. Football standout at Dartmouth

The Joseph Holland Lifetime Achievement Award will go to the Deer Head Inn and Dear Head Softball Tournament; Vic Alfieri, Sr., Ernie Capobianco and Vic Alfieri, Jr.

Editor's note: Article was corrected to reflect Bulluck going to Clarkstown North.

Charles W. Samoylo February 26, 2013 at 02:19 AM
congrats to all the new members of the 2013 Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame
Debbie Maidman February 26, 2013 at 12:00 PM
Congratulations Eddie and Gary! Nyackers that will never be forgotten!
Kim Raso Stewart February 26, 2013 at 02:01 PM
So happy for Gary Gray from Nyack - so well deserved and to Vic Alfieri Jr. and his family at the Deer Head Inn,
JMom February 26, 2013 at 07:31 PM
The article was initially wrong. They've fixed it since I posted that comment.
Ryan Buncher March 01, 2013 at 05:13 PM
Which is acknowledged in the editor's note, JMom.


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