The 2008 class inducted to the North Augusta Sports Hall of Fame comprises the following: retired pro football players Charlie Waters and Craig Baynham; former Furman University athletic director and N.C. State football coach Dick Sheridan; retired North Augusta High School principal and three-sport coach Ed Stillwell; and city councilwoman and longtime city recreation department volunteer coach Pat Carpenter.
The sports commission will hold a banquet and induction ceremony Jan. 26 at Grace United Methodist Church.
Sports Commission chairman John Felak said the board was "thrilled" by its third class of inductees.
"Collectively, these inductees continue our tradition of honoring successful people who call North Augusta home," Felak said. "They continue to inspire our community, and we are anxious to thank them for their efforts."
The dinner begins at 6 p.m., with the ceremony following at 7:15 p.m. Tickets are $15.
Tickets are available through the Greater North Augusta Chamber of Commerce and the Sno-Cap Drive-In. For more information, or to buy tickets by phone, call (803) 215-6056.
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North Augusta Sports Hall of Fame inductees:
Charlie Waters: Former Dallas Cowboys' strong safety (1970-1982); three-time Pro Bowl player; two Super Bowl championships; former standout at Clemson
Craig Baynham: Former Dallas Cowboys, Chicago Bears and St. Louis Cardinals running back (1967-1971); former standout at Georgia Tech; member of the 1961 state championship North Augusta High team
Dick Sheridan: Former head football coach at N.C. State University (1986-1993); Former assistant head football coach, head coach and athletic director at Furman University (1973-1985); 1959 North Augusta High graduate
Ed Stillwell: North Augusta High principal and coach of basketball, baseball and football teams (1945-1977)
Pat Carpenter: Long-time volunteer coach in North Augusta recreation sports; has coached boys and girls in baseball, softball, basketball in recreation leagues and cheerleading at the high school level