ATTENTION KINGSTON ATHLETICS 2020 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES, FAMILY AND FRIENDS...
We will get to view the newly renovated Field House, new Turf field, and new Kingston High School buildings. As well as our Brick display supporting the HOF, and immortalizing the names of athletes, coaches and friends who have purchased a brick. If you would like to purchase a brick, you may go to the Hall of Fame website and download a BRICK form and return with $100.00 with a completed form.
The date will be Friday May 20, 2022 at a time TBD.
We are also planning to honor G. Warren Kias as we unveil the plaque naming the main court at the Kate Walton Field House to Coach Kias, who is considered “the Father of Kingston High School Athletics."
The HOF Committee is currently opening up induction nominations for people to suggest members for the next Class of Inductees. Find the nomination forms on this website.
Glen Maisch and Mike Rienzo
The Kingston High School Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes and honors individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Tiger athletic program and, in some cases, at the college, professional, and Olympic levels, through their participation as athletes, coaches, or administrators. Honorees will be inducted bi-annually at an Induction Dinner Celebration.
Support the Hall of Fame
If you are interested in supporting the Kingston High School Athletics Hall of Fame by purchasing an Induction Dinner program advertisement, please return this form, ad copy and payment by August 1, 2020.
Another way of showing support is through the Kingston High School Athletics Hall of Fame Engraved Brick Campaign. Community members may purchase personalized engraved bricks to be prominently displayed at the Kate Walton Field House at Kingston High School. To learn more or to donate an engraved brick, see form here.
Please call the KCSD Athletic Department with questions, 845-943-3736.
Hall of Fame Committee
The responsibility of the selection committee is to evaluate the credentials of all nominees and to screen and review all nominations. The committee will be the “caretakers” of the Hall of Fame with the primary responsibilities being the sustainability and ensuring the integrity of the selection process. All nominations will be kept on file and will automatically roll into the following year’s review. The goal for the annual induction will not exceed ten each year.
Glen Maisch, Chairman
Mike Rienzo, Secretary
Stephen Hack, Treasurer
HOF Eligibility Requirements
- Athlete must have graduated from Kington High School.
- Athlete must have attended Kingston High School for at least the last two years prior to graduation.
- Athletes will become eligible for nomination ten years after graduation date.
- Athlete must have contributed significantly to the image of Kingston athletics in an extremely positive fashion.
- A person who was not an athlete or a graduate of Kingston can be nominated if, over a significant period of time, that person has contributed greatly to Kingston athletics in an extremely positive fashion. This would include coaches, administrators, and supporters.
- Coaches, administrators, and supporters will become eligible for nomination five years after they end their service to the school.*
- A whole team can be nominated after 15 years. The team will be listed on one plaque as a single selection for that Hall of Fame year.*
- Nominations that are submitted after this year's induction will be carried over and considered for the next induction.
* This may be changed at the discretion of the Hall of Fame Committee.