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Bucks County Sports Hall of Fame

2014 Bucks County Sports HOF Induction Banquet See more at http://www.buckscountysportshof.com ... See MoreSee Less

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Among those honored last night: Dave Frederick – Bishop Egan High School Football and Basketball Player – Dave is the only athlete to be named the MVP of the Philadelphia Catholic League in both football and basketball. Dave was First Team All-Catholic in both sports and was given the Outstanding Player Award by the Philadelphia Sports Writer’s Association in 1964. In football, Dave was named First Team on the Blue Cross/Blue Shield All-Scholastic Team, First Team Eastern Pennsylvania, and First Team Daily News All-City Team. He attended Temple University on a football scholarship where he started at right guard in his sophomore season. A knee injury ended his career after that season. After college, Dave became the Head Track Coach at Cape Henelopen High in Delaware where his teams won 5 state titles. ... See MoreSee Less

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2014 Inductee: Ed DiRugeris – Bensalem High School and St. Joseph’s University Basketball Player – Ed was an outstanding basketball player at Bensalem from 1973 to 1975. In ’75, Ed was All-Lower Bucks First Team, Courier Times Player of the Year, Pennsylvania All-State, MVP of the of the US All-Star team in the Cleveland Capital Classic, MVP of the Donofrio Classic, and a selection to the Top 100 USA Team of the All American Coaches and Athlete Magazine. After Bensalem, Ed attended the University of South Carolina on a scholarship where he played his freshman year; he left USC for St Joseph’s University in ’77 where he finished his collegiate career. In ’79, his senior season, Ed captained the Hawk’s team. ... See MoreSee Less

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Another 2014 Inductee: Tyrone Crews – Bensalem High School and Kansas State University Football Player – Tyrone was an All-Everything Football and Basketball Player at Bensalem from 1972 to 1975. After high school, he accepted a football scholarship to Kansas State University where he captained the team for 2 years, graduating in 1980. He signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as a free-agent and made it to the final cut. Tyrone then played for the British Columbia Lions of the CFL for 6 seasons where his team captured the Grey Cup in 1985. Tyrone was awarded the Tom Pate Award from the CFL for community service. In 1995, he became Head Coach of the Vancouver Trojans Amateur Football team where he coached for 6 seasons. In 1997, Tyrone was named British Columbia Football Conference Coach of the Year and won the Gord Currie Canadian Junior Football Coach of the Year Award. In 2010, he was inducted into the British Columbia Lions Wall of Fame. ... See MoreSee Less

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