There isn’t always a story of adversity or excelling beyond capabilities that make for good Hall of Fame stories. Sometimes, working hard, making the right decisions and having a good solid foundation and support behind you propels one to excellence. This is the case with former Satellite Scorpion and West Point graduate Jim Gentile.
DEVON HUGHES, or as you may have known him, D-Von Dudley, Reverend D’Von, Brother D’Von or just Devon, beat the odds and became one-half of one of the greatest tag-teams in the history of professional wrestling.
During Alex Powers’ junior year at Florida State, she was selected as an NFCA All-American as she batted an astounding .396 with 16 home runs, 63 RBIs, 62 runs, and 32 walks. She also went 8 for 14 during the College World Series and earned a spot on the WCWS All-Tournament Team. She was also selected All-ACC First Team, NFCA All-Region First Team and ACC Player of the Year.
AS A MEMBER OF THE USA National Sled Hockey Team, Greg Shaw of Merritt Island earned a gold medal at the Paralympics games in Vancouver, Canada, in 2010, as well as in 2014 in Sochi, Russia. Shaw also skated off with two gold medals at the World Sled Hockey Championships in 2008 and 2012.
The Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame selection committee announced an impressive array of outstanding individuals to be inducted into the 2018 Class of the Hall of Fame.