Prince George Sports Hall of Fame

2005-2007

  • Amanda Asay, Baseball
  • Mackenzie Cupp, Judo
  • Tim Hempsall, Speedskating
  • Ryan Howse, Hockey
  • Christine Kennedy, Basketball
  • Kenny Lally, Boxing
  • Kyle McMahon, Swimming
  • Leif Paulson, Lacrosse
  • Katie Spencer, Soccer
  • Megan Tandy, Biathlon
  • Alyx Treasure, Track and Field
  • Stefan Zwiers, Judo

2003-04

  • Graham Allard, Baseball, Volleyball
  • Nick Drazenovic, Hockey
  • Leigh Dreher, Volleyball
  • Anthony Gador, Karate
  • Robert Lanenga, Volleyball
  • Marina Mavros, Boxing
  • Rob Negrin, Track and Field
  • Vicky Richards, Volleyball
  • Garrett Simm, Freestyle Skiing
  • Ryan Thibault, Volleyball

2001-02

  • Andrew Thompson, Karate
  • Geoff Martinson, Track and Field
  • Cameron Swift, Track and Field
  • Johanna Hamblin, Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Ashley Matte, Swimming
  • Nicole Schnapp, Swimming
  • Becky Pegues, Boxing
  • Amanda Ribeiro, Figure Skating
  • Jeff Dinelle, Figure Skating
  • Karien Lanenga, Volleyball

2000

  • Curtis Berg, Boxing
  • Matt Buxton, Archery
  • Becky Dreher, Volleyball, Softball
  • Darrin Dunn, Volleyball
  • Gary Gladue, Hockey
  • Tannis McCubbin, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Katie Van Buren, Figure Skating
  • Jason Goldsmith, Figure Skating
  • Kaitlyn Woodhouse, Judo
  • Jordan Yu, Basketball, Volleyball

1999

  • Brendon Abercrombie, Squash
  • Ashley Buchanan, Wrestling
  • Lisa Buchanan, Wrestling
  • Tara Carkner, Swimming
  • Keenan Hopson, Golf
  • Kim McNally, Soccer
  • Jennifer Simm, Freestyle Skiing
  • Brian Verigin, Swimming
  • Chris Wong, Freestyle Skiing
  • Tara Wong, Martial Arts

1998

  • Donna Bell, Golf
  • Jacqui Benson, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Geoff Duck, Cross-Country Skiing
  • Ian Hogan, Basketball
  • Kristy Johnson, Archery
  • Jeremy King, Volleyball
  • Farrah Kohorst, Track and Field
  • Eric Roze, Track and Field
  • Andrew Sweet, Swimming
  • Michael Thompson, Track and Field

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Recent News

Asay, Lally, Tandy, Rea and Stitt selected for induction into Prince George Sports Hall of Fame

Feb 25, 2024

The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame and its Board of Directors are pleased to announce the following individuals as inductees for the years 2019 to 2023. In the athlete category, we are recognizing Amanda Asay (baseball), Kenny Lally (boxing) and Megan Tandy (biathlon). In the coach/builder category, we are recognizing Joe Rea (wheelchair curling) and Edna Stitt (baseball, softball, hockey). We had a total of 16 nominations from which to choose. The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame now has 82 Alumni in our Hall. A big thank you goes out to the community for the many top quality nominations. This year’s banquet will be held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel on Saturday, April 6th, 2024. Details of the banquet time, and ticket information, will be confirmed soon. On this same evening we will be recognizing a number of deserving youth athletes in the Rising Star category.

PGSHOF resuming activities

Apr 26, 2023

The Prince George Sports Hall of Fame is resuming activities following the COVID-19 pandemic. Stay tuned for further updates.

PGSHOF putting induction process on hold

Nov 30, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Prince George Sports Hall of Fame has suspended all activities related to a 2020-21 induction ceremony. No new nominations are currently being accepted. All current nominations will be retained until the induction process resumes.

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