NC Sports Hall of Fame Inducts Class of 2014
Nine new North Carolina Sports Legends will be inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame on May 9th in Raleigh.
The Hall of Fame includes 300 men and women and is housed in the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh.
The inductees for 2014 are Eddie Biedenbach star basketball player for NC State A. J. Carr, veteran sportswriter in Raleigh; and Bob Colvin, who led Robbinsville High School football teams to 11 state championships.
Other Hall of Famers are Randy Denton, Duke University all-star basketball player; Lee Gliarmis, who coached youth sports in his hometown of Wilson and Marshall Happer, two-time state champion junior tennis player from Kinston.
Rounding out the class of 2014 are Wake Forest Basketball standout Rodney Rogers, the late Bob Waters, who led the Western Carolina Catamounts; and the late Frank Weedon, longtime sports information director at NC State.
- Raleigh, NC