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Henry T. "Hen" Bream

A true Adams County legend, he became an institution at Gettysburg College. Born in York Springs in 1899, earned 12 varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball at Gettysburg High School; was three-sport, four-sport letterman at Gettysburg College; played with several greats in Blue Eastern titles, basketball 298-187, sex titles, baseball 46-24-2, overall coaching record for 29 years )448-280-14 .615). Athletic Director 1953-1969 guided construction of physical education building and 6,200-seat stadium. Inducted PA State Hall of Fame.

Ray R. Reider

The Middletown High athlete displayed ability and versatility, winning ten letters in four sports; football, basketball, baseball, and track. Matriculating to Gettysburg College, he started as guard in football and catcher in baseball. A three-time letterman in each sport, he achieved All-Little Three honors on the gridiron. Following military duty in Korea, he joined the Middletown High staff. After three years as assistant and head football coach, he returned to his Alma Mater and served for 25 years as football, baseball, and head wrestling coach. In five years he produced six conference wrestling champions, two national champs, and a 10th place team finish in the NCAA championship in 1966. 

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