Kevin W. Harkleroad
Bedford Area School District
   Kevin graduated from Bedford High School in 1990. He was a wide receiver on the 1989 unbeaten football team and in track won a state fourth place medal in the 1600 relay. Kevin has been the public address announcer (PA) for Bedford varsity football for the past 10 years. He has also been the PA for JV and Jr High football, track. volleyball, basketball, and wrestling for over 20 years. He has been a big help with the Thomas Wrestling Tournament
   He has helped with the installation and maintance of the football, soccer, baseball, and gymnasium scoreboards and sound systems. If there is a problem, just call Kevin.

Jeff Byers
Chestnut Ridge School District
   Thank you Jeff for all the countless hours you have spent over the years at the Pleasantville Ball Fields. Your efforts in taking care of the fields are greatly appreciated.

B. Frank Dunkle Jr.
Everett Area School District
   Dunkle had a major role in the forming the Hobby Auto Racing Association in 1955. Frank was a stock car owner and driver and a big promoter of the South Penn Speedway  in Everett.
   He promoted the return of the Karns Kar and served for 50+years in Everett Borough as tax collector, borough secretary and councilman/president.
   He was organizer and first president of the Everett Jaycees. Dunkle was active in the Rotary Club, Everett Bank as a board member, Director of B.C.M. Hospital Board, Bedford County Air Authority, Everett Fire Company, Everett United Methodist Church, promoted Tenley Park (pavilion is named for him), Everett Businessman/NASCAR Museum and Exchange Student Host.

Everett “Coach” McVicker
Hyndman Area School District
   A native of Johnstown Coach McVicker came to the Hyndman faculty in 1934 from Shippensburg State Teachers where he was a basketball star and president of his senior class.
   Hyndman had a football team in the 1930's known as the "Bulldogs". McVicker became the head coach in 1934. He remained the Bulldog's head coach until the program was disbanded following the 1940 season.
   McVicker also coached many of the outstanding Hyndman baseball teams throughout the 1940's and early 1950's, gaining local legendary status during that "Golden Age" of Hyndman baseball. Especially noteworthy were the McVicker led squads from 1946-1949, culminating with their Bi-State Championship Team of 1949 which was inducted into the Bedford County Sports Hall of Fame on June 27, 2015.

Bill Reed
8/12/1937 to 2/18/2014
Northern Bedford County School District
Assistant Varsity Football Coach - 1965-1979
Junior High Football Head Coach - 1987-1996
Assistant Junior High Football Coach - 1962-1963
Assistant Varsity Basketball - 1961-1966
Assistant Coach on NBC 's first ever District Championship Team - 1966
33 years as a History instructor - 1960-1993

Randy Lucas
Tussey Mountain School District
   Randy has been helping with youth baseball for approximately 30 years. He started by selling soda and chips at the Little League games. Eventually he became a coach with the Broad Top team, where he has become an icon with the Broad Top Cubs.
    Several years ago, the team chose the name Cubs in honor of Randy, who is a loyal Chicago Cubs fan. Randy is respected by all players and coaches and is a positive influence for our youth in the Broad Top area.
   Coach Randy - Thanks for all that you do.

Bedford County Sports Hall of Fame
Special Recognition Award
Bedford County Sports Hall of Fame
Bedford County, Pennsylvania