Eminence to induct six in Hall of Fame this weekend

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By Tommie Kendall

Sports editor

The fifth class of the Eminence High School Hall of Fame will be honored when the high school’s football team takes on Gallatin County this Friday and officially inducted the following night inside the EHS cafeteria at 6 p.m.

This year’s inductees will join the first four classes. The inaugural class in 2005 included Eric Bachelor, Claude “Skip” Berry, Troy Cook, Levi Gordon, Jim Green, Ray Henderson, Harold Lindsey, Chrissy Roberts, J.T. Stinson, Mark McCoy Tarry and Martha Tarry. The second class in 2006 included Brad Bates, Woody Joe Barwick, Claude Berry, Eddie Gordon, Jack Johnson, Joe Rucker, Joyce Winburn, Donnie Young, Mont Sleets, Jackie Purvis and Greg Lawson. The third class in 2007 included J.S. Robertson, Harvey Marcum, Wallace Lowrey, Harold Frazier, Daisy Stinson-Sneed, Wayne Gunnell, Don VanMeter, Gino Kirchner, Vance Blade, Jim Willhite and Keith Blackburn. And the fourth class in 2008 included Carolyn Adcock, David Baird, Buddy Berry, Ben Coomes, Jim Edwards, Steve Frommeyer, Andy Johnson and Mary Land.

The fifth class, which will join the first four this weekend, includes Ed Berry, Sr., Bill Brammell, Dewayne Douglas, Kent Floyd, William Leslie Land and Jim McAlister. The Hall of Fame is not just for athletes, but for those that contributed the most to EHS.

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