Brett Novosel, of the Andrew Class of 1990, poses for a photo with one of the posters of him that lined the Andrew gym Sept. 25 for the Andrew Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Novosel, who was a standout in football, swimming and track, was one of three inductees. He still holds the record for 100-yard butterfly in swimming. Photos by Tim Carroll/22nd Century Media
Nate Everhart’s parents, Denise (left) and Tyrone, give a speech on their son’s behalf during the induction ceremony. Everhart wrestled and played football and baseball. He went on to place second in wrestling in the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships as a heavyweight, and he now wrestles in the WWE under the name Jason Jordan.
Attendees raise their hands to show their agreement that Sue Kramer, a former cross country and track coach for 40 seasons, deserves her new position in the hall of fame. Joe Mortimer, who accepted the induction on Kramer’s behalf, spent a short time convincing attendees. Among her other accomplishments, Kramer is second in all-time wins and the only woman in the Top 10 for victories in Illinois High School Association history.