South Carroll High School will induct the first four members of the school's Athletic Hall of Fame Jan. 31 during halftime of the boy's varsity basketball game.
Inductees include Fred Baker, Amber Clutter Hunter, Joey Goodwin, and Bryan Hamper.
Baker was a basketball coach at South Carroll for 28 years and the school's first athletic director until 1997. He is credited with building the school's athletic program, implementing Title IX initiatives, and creating the Central Maryland Conference Athletic League.
Hunter, class of 1994, played soccer, basketball, and tennis, while at South Carroll. She was the soccer player of the year twice and selected as an All-American her senior year. She still holds all of the soccer scoring records for the school.
Hunter was also named tennis player of the year and Baltimore Metro Athlete of the Year.
Goodwin, class of 1992, played football, basketball, and baseball at South Carroll. After attending George Mason University to play baseball, he played professionally, drafted by the Baltimore Orioles and Texas Rangers.
Hamper, class of 2001, played football and wrestled at South Carroll. He was a two-time state champion in wrestling and wrestled in college at Western Maryland College, now McDaniel College.
Hamper has since returned to South Carroll as the school's wrestling coach.
South Carroll is expected to announce new inductees to the hall of fame annually.
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