New HOF class announced

New HOF class announced

The 2017 inductees in the McIntosh High School Hall of Fame have been announced in advance of the seventh annual induction weekend, scheduled for Oct. 13-14.

This year’s Distinguished Alumni is Brycen Counts (1992) — Jr. Olympian during high school in gymnastics; member of Cal Berkeley’s 1996 NCAA runner-up men’s gymnastics team; currently working in Hollywood as a stunt performer with more than 40 film credits.

Athlete inductees include:

Harold Baro (1989) — varsity letters in football and baseball; played wide receiver & defensive back; set MHS record and led region in interceptions; member of 1990 Georgia Tech national championship football team.

Tracy Furr (1989) — varsity letters in softball, basketball and soccer; first MHS softball player ever to be named to All-State team; two region championships, state runner-up and state third place.

Katie Schulz (2005) — two-time high school All-American and three-time All State in soccer; at Vanderbilt, two-time first team All-SEC, SEC All-Freshman team; three-year team captain.

Dion Stokes (1999) — varsity letters in football and track; led region with 1,652 all purpose yards as MHS running back; rushed for 946 yds in 1998; county offensive player of the year; third in state for long jump; ranked as one of the better defensive backs in Georgia Southern history.

The 1995 state champion girls soccer team will also be recognized during the Hall of fame weekend.