Warwick Hall opens doors for 2017 Class

By on September 13, 2017

Six inductees have received the call from the Warwick Athletic Hall of Fame for 2017.

This year’s class will include:

  • 2010 grad Antonio Giorgio, a three-time State medalist in wrestling who broke the school record for wins;
  • 1992 grad Dena Gockley (Cascarino), who won L-L League titles in field hockey and basketball, earning All-Star accolades in both sports, as well as softball;
  • 1982 grad Brian Johnson, who ranks second all-time in Warwick boys basketball program history with 1,359 points, in addition to competing in football and baseball;
  • 1944 Lititz High School graduate Bobby Kline, a three-sport star in football, basketball, and baseball;
  • 2003 grad Kyle Narkiewicz, a District Three champ and PIAA State runner-up in wrestling, who also starred in football, tennis and rugby.
  • Legendary football coach Mark Snyder, who led the Warriors to three straight L-L League Section Two championships from 1977-79.

With the selection of the 2017 Class, there are now 28 members in the Hall, which was created four years ago.

Induction ceremonies for Warwick’s fourth class will be held on Friday, Oct. 6 prior to the Warrior football team hosting Hempfield. Doors will open at Warwick Middle School shortly before 5 p.m., with food available until 5:40 p.m. After moving to the auditorium at 5:45, the ceremony — to be emceed by Warwick Athletic Director Ryan Landis — will consist of each inductee speaking for two to three minutes, allowing the program to finish by 6:30 p.m.

Kickoff for Warwick’s football game against the Black Knights is set for 7 p.m. All members of the Hall of Fame are invited to join the inductees.

The pre-game reception is open to the public at a cost of $5.

See full story in the Sept. 21 issue of the Lititz Record Express.

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