J. Holland and Anita Rannells
"Made the Rannells Sports Complex a reality"
Donated the first and largest amount for the HHS stadium that bears their name
Purchased the first lights for the football field
At the forefront in building the baseball diamond.
Ralph "Bud" Nealis
RHS Class of 1937
"Most loyal fan of Hampshire County Athletics"
4-year starter on the Pioneer Football team
1936 All-Potomac Valley & Honorable Mention WV All-State Team
As owner of the Romney Rexall gave milkshakes to athletes
Always "predicted" the scores of the football games in favor of Hampshire County teams
Died following a HHS football game at Keyser in 1984
Romney Loyal Order of the Moose #1371
"Supporter of Hampshire County athletic
and individual awards & funding since 1944"
Dr. Harold (Butch) C. Carl II
RHS Class of 1953
"Active advocate for athletics and education in Hampshire County"
Hampshire County Superintendent of Schools (1972-1983)
Outstanding athlete at RHS: Football Basketball Baseball Track
Athlete at Shepherd College: Football Baseball
Coach: John S. Mosby Academy (Football) Stonewall Jackson HS (Football Track)
Author of a book "They're With You Win or Tie"
HHS Class of 1966
"His firm, Howard Cannon Excavation Company, donated $50,000 of work in one week to build the Trojans baseball diamond - then considered one of the nicest fields in the Eastern Panhandle"
(included workers: Terry Shingleton Norman Wilson Glen Pyles Eric Tingler)
RHS Class of 1959
"Coached in Hampshire County Little League for more than 40 years"
His Cubs teams had 4 undefeated Little League seasons
Long-time champion bowler
Placed 7th in the ABC National Tournament in Reno out of 104,000 bowlers - 1977
Won Gold Medal (and led all bowlers - 1,717 pins in 8 games) with Team USA in the Pan-American Games - 1977
HHS Class of 1988
"Loyal fan, supporter and announcer since graduation"
Now the “Voice of the Trojans” on radio for every football game since 2011
Attended every football game for 17 years in a row
Before moving to the radio, announced football and basketball games live at HHS
Coached Biddy Buddy for many years
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