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2012 Hall of Fame: Win Green and Demone Maxwell

October 8, 2012

From Central Dauphin East High School:

Win was a top linebacker at East High in the mid-1970’s, graduating in 1975. East had a combined 31-7-2 record in his 4 seasons playing for Hall of Fame Coach Neil Hickoff’s Panthers. The 1973 and 1974 teams won the Central Penn League Championship and East went 9-1 in both his junior and senior years. East beat Harrisburg 7-0 in 1973 and 21-7 in 1974 and tied the Cougars 7-7 in 1972. Win wore #13 and was selected to play in the Big 33 game in 1975. Win took his playing career to the US Naval Academy before transferring to Yale. Win was elected to the East High Hall of Fame in 2008. He and his family currently reside in New Cumberland and he is the Pastor at Bachman Memorial United Methodist Church in New Cumberland.

From Harrisburg High School- Demone Maxwell:

Demone was a 1st team Midd-Penn Conference, 1st team District III and District III Player of the Year. He was the first basketball player in the history of Harrisburg HS to be named 1st team All-State. He averaged 18 points per game to go with 7 rebounds, 3 assists and 1.7 steals per game. Demone led the Cougars to a 32-1 record as they captured the first PIAA, AAAA state basketball championship.

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