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Ron Necciai was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame as the 19th Mid Mon Valley chapter inductee. Proceedings were held for the 52nd Annual State Induction Ceremony Saturday, November 8 at the Woodlands Inn and Resort Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

Pictured are (l-r): Steve Russell, Mid Mon Valley chapter general chairman; Ron Necciai; and Dr. Steve George, president of the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.

Necciai was among 11 inductees including: Deborah Black, Bucks County chapter for basketball; Joseph Bressi, Ed Romance chapter as a basketball coach; John Cartright, Delaware County chapter for football; Myron S. Cope, Western chapter for sportswriter-broadcaster; Bob Donato, Delaware County chapter as a basketball official; Harry M. Kalas deceased, Delaware County chapter for baseball broadcasting; George Karver, Bucks County chapter for track and field; John M. McDonald, Allen-Rogowicz chapter for football and track; Dr. Robert Mlkvy, Carbon County Area chapter for basketball; Lance Rautzhan, Allen-Rogowicz chapter for baseball.




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