MORGANTOWN — Morgantown High named five former standouts as the 2014 class of the MHS Athletic Hall of Fame.
The selections for enshrinement Sept. 12 include:

Arthur Camden “Cam” Lewis, a three-year starter in football, basketball and baseball who went on to star at West Point.

James “Jimmy” Parsons, aA track and basketball letterman whose run-and-gun style on the court led to the 1974 Big Ten championship.

Raymond “Ray” Petrisin, a soccer coach whose 30-year career produced nearly 400 high school victories.

Chester L. Brooks, a coach and school administrator who has served MHS for more than 50 years.

Dr. Eleanor Beth Bonner, the greatest runner in the school’s history and holder of the record in the New York City Marathon.

The nominations seek to recognize outstanding athletes, coaches, athletic directors, administrators and auxiliary personnel who have brought positive recognition to themselves and to Morgantown High.
Hall activities: Sept. 12, dinner at 4 p.m. at the Waterfront Place Hotel; recognition at halftime of the football game; wall ceremony (unveiling of the plaques) immediately following the game.
Tickets for the dinner are $40 and available at Morgantown High. Contact Athletic Director Dan Erenrich, 304-291-9269, or stop by the main office.