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The South Carroll Athletic Department is proud to announce the selection of the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019.  Thousands of student-athletes and hundreds of coaches, administrators, and others have participated, or played a role in the school’s athletic program since its inception in 1967.  There are, however, those special people who have stood above the rest in their achievements and contributions to the South Carroll Athletic program.  We are proud to welcome Debbie Barnes Eaton, James Costley, Anthony "Pee Wee" Norris, Kendra Pulis and Emily Wolfing to the South Carroll Hall of Fame. Congratulations to these individuals.  

Photo of Hall of Fame inductee Debbie Barnes Eaton.

Debbie Barnes Eaton

  • Played volleyball, field hockey, basketball and softball (1972 – 1976)
  • Came back to South Carroll as a teacher and coach starting in 1980
  • Coached JV girls’ basketball from 1980 - 1988
  • Coached JV softball from 1985 - 1987
  • Coached Varsity softball from 1988 - 2000
  • Coached tennis from 2001 – 2013
  • Won five county championships and four MVAL conference championships
  • Coached JV volleyball from 1982 - 1986
  • Coached Varsity volleyball from 1987 - 2006
  • Won three county championships, three CMC championships and two regional championships
  • Reached the state finals in 1986 and 1994
Photo of Hall of Fame inductee James Costley.

James Costley

  • Played football, basketball and lacrosse (1977 – 1981)
  • Three-year starter in football at tight end, defensive end and fullback
  • Led the team with nine sacks and two fumble recoveries (1980)
  • Earned All County and All Tri-State first team honors (1980)
  • Led team to Carroll County Championship, Tri-State Championship and the State Semi-Finals (1980)
  • Earned a football scholarship to Shepherd College
  • Played basketball for four years and earned two letters
  • Two-year letter winner in lacrosse
  • Two time All County first team (1980 – 1981)
  • Baltimore Metro Honorable Mention in lacrosse (1981)
Photo of Hall of Fame Anthony "Pee Wee" Norris.

Anthony “Pee Wee” Norris

  • Played soccer, basketball and baseball (1973 – 1977)
  • Two time All-County in soccer (1975 – 1976)
  • All Tri-State in soccer (1976)
  • Soccer team captain as a senior and led the team to Carroll County Championship (1976)
  • Two-time letter winner in basketball (1975 – 1977)
  • Two-time letter winner in baseball
  • Batted .383 as a sophomore and .400 as a senior
  • Scored 30 runs in 31 career games
  • All County and All Tri-State as a senior
  • Helped lead team to Carroll County Championship as a senior
  • Known for his tremendous speed and all around hustle in all three sports
Photo of Hall of Fame inductee Kendra Pulis.

Kendra Pulis

  • Played soccer and softball (1991 – 1995)
  • Two-year letter winner in softball.  As an outfielder, she led the team in steals both years.
  • Started every game over her career
  • Selected to the all-county team twice
  • Four-year starting goalie in varsity soccer
  • Four-time All-County and All-CMC first team player
  • Two-time first team All-State Soccer Player
  • Recorded 22 career shut-outs
  • Team recorded 44 victories in her four years as the starting goalie
  • Helped to lead the team to two Carroll County, three CMC and one regional championship
  • Led team to the state semi-finals in 1993
Photo of Hall of Fame inductee Emily Wolfing.

Emily Wolfing

  • Played volleyball and softball (1997 – 2001)
  • Three-time starter and letter winner in volleyball
  • Three time All-County (1998 – 2000)
  • Two time All-CMC (1999 – 2000)
  • Led team in kills, blocks, and serves and helped lead the team to two Carroll County Championships
  • Four-year starter and letter winner in softball
  • Two time All-County (2000 – 2001)
  • Two time All-CMC (2000 – 2001)
  • Earned All-American honors in volleyball at Washington and Lee University
  • Inducted into the Washington and Lee Athletic Hall of Fame in 2018