Three slated for induction into women's Hall of Fame; Kincaid, Kindbom, Fleming Baldwin to join county's elite athletes


The third annual Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame inductions and alumnae basketball game will be held Saturday at River Hill High School.

The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with the always entertaining alumnae game. The inductions of Ginger Kincaid, Kori Kindbom and Auretha Fleming Baldwin into the Hall of Fame will follow, and the evening will be capped off with a girls varsity basketball game between Howard and River Hill.

Kincaid has been at Glenelg for over 20 years, and currently is coaching field hockey and lacrosse. Kindbom was an outstanding three-sport athlete at Atholton before graduating in 1981, and Fleming, a 1980 Oakland Mills graduate, excelled in two sports.

Shirley Cohee, a former coach at Atholton, and Kelly Storr, the current girls basketball coach at Wilde Lake, will direct the two teams in the alumnae game.

Players from the 1970s, '80s and '90s will participate. Here's the list:

Atholton -- Pat Kaminski, Kori Kindbom, Tammy (McCarthy) Marge; Centennial -- Jenny (Majewski) Dubbs, Debbie Paladino; Glenelg -- Sarah (Jones) Palmer, Lisa (Pope) Putnam; Hammond -- Kacy (Williams) Valentine, Japella (Smith) Outlaw, Robin (Lucas) Broyles; Howard -- Laurie (Governor) Curtis, Diane (Slavotinek) Merson, Emily (Petrlik) Walker; Mount Hebron -- Sue (Becraft) Burris, Nancy (Hutchinson) Carter; Amy Mallon; Oakland Mills -- Auretha (Fleming) Baldwin, Andrea Romich, Angie (Alfano) Zepp; Trinity -- Judy (Miller) Mied; Wilde Lake -- Christy Harper, Denise Rowe.

Lois Norman, Debbie Paladino and Barbara Streaker were inducted into the Hall of Fame last year. The first year's inductees were Rhonda Bates, Betty Lang, Amy Mallon, Donna Neale, Gail Purcell, and Carol Satterwhite.

Pub Date: 1/31/99

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