Edwin B. Miller
~ 1997 ~
Ed was a high school and college all star. His high school team won the Section One Championship and he was awarded All-County Honors his junior and senior years at NRHS for his rebounding prowess, shot making ability and teamwork philosophy. At Syracuse University, Miller was once again a star, being named Captain and leading his team to national prominence with their selection to the prestigious NIT Tournament. Ed’s outstanding play led to his selection as a member of the East-West All-Star team.
The NBA Baltimore Bullets drafted Ed and he played for several years, leading the team to the playoffs. This outstanding athlete earned his place with the sport legends of New Rochelle.
~ 1997 ~
George was a gifted athlete, starring in three sports while at NRHS. As a member of the basketball team his rebounding skills and his driving ability were key components in the success the team had. As co-captain and quarterback of the football team, George was selected to the All-County team and voted MVP of the Thanksgiving Bowl. Murphy was also a starter on the baseball team and his hitting skills afforded him the opportunity to play other positions when he wasn’t pitching.
While at Fordham University he was a mainstay on the football field and baseball diamond. He played QB and tight end and set a record with 90 receptions in a season.
~ 1997 ~
Paul was a star football player while at Springfield College, with unanimous selection to the All-New England squad. His playing abilities were mirrored through his efforts as a coach at NRHS. His football team won the NYS Championship and Paul was honored with Coach of the Year selection. As basketball coach, the Huguenots were Sect. One champions and Ryan was again selected as Coach of the Year. Paul was also the golf coach with his team again winning the Sect. One Championship and him being named Coach of the Year.
Paul dedicated many years of service to the Boys & Girls Club, and served as President for 10 years and as a member of the Board of Trustees for 25 years. His service was honored with his selection of the Man of the Year Award by the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle.
~ 1997 ~
~ 1993 ~
Stan graduated from the University of Rhode Island. He was selected to the All-America Basketball team 3 consecutive years. Upon graduation Stutz became a member of the “orginal” Baltimore Bullets. He was also a member of the New York Knicks and held the NBA playoff scoring record.
Stan began his teaching and coaching career in New Rochelle at Isaac Young High School. His teams were quickly noticed throughout Westchester County for their fiery running offense and tenacious defense. This outstanding teacher and athlete has earned his place with the sports legends of New Rochelle.
Fred played on the varsity basketball, baseball and soccer teams. He led the baseball team to the Westchester County Championship, while winning the batting title. Todora was a member of the Feeney Park Boys’ Club “Big 5”, New Rochelle basketball champions four years in a row and Westchester County Champions 3 years in a row. An outstanding golfer, Fred captured the City Golf Championship 11 consecutive years.
He worked for the New Rochelle Recreation Commission and was cited by the Westchester County Dept. of Recreation for distinguished service. Fred was honored by the New Rochelle Board Of Recreation and inducted into the Boys’ Club Inspiration Hall of Fame.