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The South Carroll Athletic Department is proud to announce the selection of the Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2018.  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 Gene Brown, Bob Huggins, Mike Jenkins, Nicole Spencer and Lindsay Vosloh to the South Carroll Hall of Fame. Congratulations to these individuals.  

Gene Brown was a teacher and coach at South Carroll from 1976 until 2006.  Brown coached football for the Cavaliers from 1976 until 2003.  As head coach from 1992 until 2003 his team won 63 games, captured three Carroll County Championships and one MVAL Championship.  In 2003 his Cavaliers captured the 3A West regional championship and reached the State Semi-Finals.  He was named the Baltimore Ravens Coach of the Year.  Brown also coached the boys’ lacrosse program from 1979 until 1993.  His teams went 139 and 56 during that time.  The team won eight Carroll County championships and two regional titles.  Brown served as South Carroll’s Athletic Director from 1997 until 2000 and was inducted into the Carroll County Hall of Fame in 2012.

Bob Huggins played football, basketball and lacrosse for the Cavaliers from 1985 until 1989.  He was an All-County and All-CMC football player, rushing for over 1,000 yards in 1988.  He led that Cavalier team to a county, league and regional title.  Bob excelled on the lacrosse field, where he was a three year letter winner and three time All-County player.  He led the team to three county championships and two regional titles and finished his career as the Cavalier’s all-time leader in goals and points.  The Carroll County Player of the Year in 1989, Bob earned a lacrosse scholarship to the University of Maryland.  During his four year career with the Terps, Bob earned first team All-ACC and third team All-American honors.

Mike Jenkins played football, basketball and lacrosse for South Carroll from 1996 until 2000.  An All-County, All-CMC, and All-State lineman, Mike was selected to play in the Baltimore Touchdown Club and Super 44 Football All-Star games.  He would attend James Madison University and helped them capture the 1AA National Championship in 2004.  Mike went on to play professionally for the Georgia Force of the Arena Football League before switching to Strong Man competitions in 2007.  In 2010 Mike won the Arnold Amateur World Championship and placed 2nd at the America’s Strongest Man Championships.  In 2012 Mike won the Arnold Classic Professional Division Championship and placed 5th in the World’s Strongest Man Championship.  He would place 4th in that competition in 2013.  Mike passed away that November and will be enshrined posthumously.   

Nicole Spencer played volleyball, basketball and track for the Cavaliers from 1992 – 1996.  In volleyball, Nicole was a two time All-County player.  Her senior year she recorded 219 points and 62 blocks, leading the team to the state finals.  She was first team All-CMC and Baltimore Metro that year.  A four year starter in basketball, Nicole was selected twice as All-County, twice as All-CMC and was twice the Carroll County Player of the Year.  As the leading scorer and rebounder, she led her team to 21 straight victories and the regional finals in 1996.  In track, she competed in high jump, long jump, triple jump and ran in the 4 x 100 meter relay.


Lindsey Vosloh played soccer, basketball and tennis for South Carroll from 1993 – 1997.  In soccer, she was selected first team All-County four times and All-CMC three times.  In her four years, the team compiled a record of 47-7-3 and won three county and three CMC championships.  She finished her career with 49 goals and 13 assists.  In 1996 she was chosen as a first team All-State player.  Lindsey played basketball for four years, three on the varsity.  She was an All-County player for the team that won a record 21 consecutive games.  Lindsey was a two time county and regional champion in tennis and reached the state finals in 1995.  She earned a Division I scholarship to Campbell University to play soccer.