Francis Scott Key is bringing back its Athletic Hall of Fame after a seven-year absence.
The Class of 2019 includes three members — Robbie Green, Leo Totten, and Herb Weller. An induction ceremony is set for Feb. 1 during halftime of FSK’s boys basketball game against South Carroll.
Green played soccer, basketball, and baseball at Key from 1993-96. He earned Times Boys Soccer Player of the Year in 1995, and also made an all-state team.
Green also earned all-state honors in baseball and was FSK’s team MVP in 1996. He played baseball and soccer at Frederick Community College from 1996-98, and baseball at Catawba College from 1998-2000.
He earned National Junior College All-American honors in both sports at FCC.
Totten spent parts of four decades at Francis Scott Key (1975-2006) as a coach, teacher, and administrator. He was athletic director from 1996-2006, and he was the Maryland State Athletic Directors Association District 5 AD of the Year in 2003.
He coached volleyball, wrestling, tennis, track, and gymnastics at FSK, and led the Eagles to a volleyball state championship in 1996.
As a weightlifting teacher and instructor, Totten taught countless Key students and athletes both in the classroom and after school, and he’s credited with changing the conditioning culture at Francis Scott Key.
Totten, a Carroll Sports Hall of Famer, also spent time as a USA Weightlifting Coach. He was a 2018 USA Weightlifting HOF inductee.
Weller played soccer, basketball, and track from 1959-61. He was the county’s scoring leader in soccer in 1959 and 1960. Weller led Carroll in scoring in basketball in 1961, and was a two-time all-county selection.
He took second in the low hurdles at the state track championships in 1961.
In the early 1970s helped develop and implement the Union Bridge Recreation Council, and worked as an officer/administrator for many recreation leagues in various sports. Weller coached multiple years of soccer, basketball, and softball travel teams for the Union Bridge Rec.
He dedicated nearly three decades of volunteerism to the Union Bridge Rec. Council, and helped initiate various county sports leagues for Carroll County Parks & Recreation.