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Lindbergh to honor Sports Hall of Fame inductees


The Lindbergh High School Athletic Department and the L-Club will sponsor a reception and dinner to honor the 2004 Sports Hall of Fame Inductees.

The ceremony will be conducted at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 18, in the Lindbergh High School Library, 4900 S. Lindbergh Blvd.

The 2004 inductees are: Rob Droege — 1999 Wrestling State Champion, two-time All-State, Track three-time All-State, Football All State, All-America; Charles Harter — 1969 Water Polo All-Metro, All-American; Erin Maurer — 1998 Soccer First-Team All-State; Jamie Thompson — 2000 Soccer 1st Team All-State; Stephanie Cepicky — 2000 Soccer First-Team All-State; Emily Pugh — 2000 Track/Cross Country eight-time All-State Track; Moris White 2000 Track/Football seven-time All-State Track; Coach Charles Gately 1999 Baseball; Coach Don Bee 2000 Basketball/Track/Baseball.

Anyone wishing to attend the ceremony and dinner should send $10 per person to: Lindbergh High School, Attention: Mike Slyman, 4900 S. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, Mo. 63126.

Make checks payable to the L-Club.

Contact the Lindbergh Athletic Office at 729-2410, Ext. 1700 for additional information.

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