Rogers High School 
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2020 Rogers High School Athletic Hall of Fame

APRIL 2021 -- After a seven year break,the RHSAHOF inducted 10 new honorees. First year chairman, Steve Hyder, '79 (401 835-2500) and the committee announced the ten winners after receiving 37 nominations. Our congratulations go out to:

George Triplett, '55: “Flash” was a member the track, basketball, football and chess teams. He attended URI on a track scholarship and also played on the basketball team. In April 2019, George was inducted into the RI Basketball Officials Hall of Fame.

Ronald Eckert, '58: All State defensive lineman. He was named Newport County's MVP in 1957. He played in the High School All-American game in Pennsylvania.

Stan Moody, '65: He was first inducted into the RHSAHOF in 2011 as part of the 1963 boys basketball team. He was only a sophomore then, but, went on to score a school record 1,296 points which lasted for 12 years

Donald Gray, '66: He was an All-State baseball and basketball player.

Kevin Humphries, '75: He was an All-State football back and a State Champion sprinter in track.

John Toppa, Jr., '75: He QB'd the '73 and '74 State football Champions. He also played basketball, baseball and did track.

Arthur Bell, '79: He helped win three consecutive State football Championships. He has coached football for many years with the past nine years at Middletown High School.

James Psaras, '82: He spent 26 years as the RHS boy's basketball coach earning 3 state championships and 12 times winning the division's Coach of the Year Award.

Softball Team, '85: The slow pitch girls team, coached by Ray Fullerton, went 12-2 for the season. In the championship games, paced by pitcher Sue Shea (Dugan), they swept the series to claim their first and only state title.

Nicole Leber (Kwasniewski), '96: She earned Varsity letters in track, softball and tennis. She made first team All-State in tennis for two years.

Maintained by Joe Ruggeri, Class of '78.