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´╗┐Hightstown High School Athletic Hall of Fame inducts seven new members The Hightstown High School Athletic Hall of Fame will welcome seven new members at its 23rd Annual induction luncheon, which takes place on Friday, Oct. at the Holiday Inn in East Windsor. This year inductees include Charlotte Wright Damasco (Class of 1983), Alan Meyers (1987), Randall Hunt (2005), Daniel Indellicati (2006), Tara Miluszewski (2008), Gary Bushelli (athletic director) and the 1975 softball team. Tickets for the luncheon are $40 per person and can be purchased by calling Athletic Director Jim Peto at 609 443 7738, ext. 1156. Cost includes a buffet lunch, which will be served prior to the acceptance speeches. Reservations are accepted until Sep. 15, and the official induction takes place that night at halftime of the Hightstown nike internship Hamilton West football game. An outstanding three sport athlete, Charlotte Wright played four years of varsity soccer and basketball and three years of varsity softball. She earned All Conference recognition in all three sports, and captained each team her senior year while leading softball to CVC championships in 1981 and 1982. Charlotte was second team All County as a soccer midfielder and honorable mention CVC as a basketball guard. In softball, the three year starting outfielder was first team All CVC as a junior and senior, and batted .354 with 16 RBI her senior season. Wright played basketball for Mercer County Community College and helped the Vikings to the 1985 Garden State Athletic Conference championship. In softball, she was first team All Region 19 and Mercer won the region and district titles while becoming the first MCCC softball team to reach the college world series. A dual sport threat in high school, Al Meyers was an outstanding soccer goalkeeper and hard hitting first baseman/outfielder. He had a 0.7 goals per game average in helping Hightstown to the NJSIAA Group IV title game and a No. 5 state ranking, and earned first team All County and Group IV All State honors. In baseball, Meyers hit .382 as a senior, ranking second in the county in doubles, fourth in runs scored and sixth in RBI. He continued to play baseball at the University of Pennsylvania, finishing with a career .330 batting average. His teams won three straight EIBL championships and Meyer was Penn Freshman of the Year in 1988 and a co captain as a senior. Randall Hunt is one of many great football players to graduate from Hightstown, but he is the only one to play in the Rose Bowl, the East West Shrine Game, and for an NFL team. At the University of Illinois, Hunt played on the 2007 Rose Bowl team that lost to Illinois but was ranked No. 13 in the country. He captained the Illini as a senior and played in the East West game, before signing with the St. Louis Rams and playing in the preseason until the final cut. At Hightstown, Hunt led the Rams to CVC Patriot Division crowns as a junior and senior. During his senior year he played offensive and defensive line and was named first team All CVC and All Area, second team Associated Press All State and third team All State Group III. As a senior on offense, he was the key blocker for Hall of Famer Zaire Kitchen and on defense he recorded 54 tackles and four sacks. Hunt was also the CVC indoor shot put champion as a senior. The 2006 Male Athlete of the Year, Daniel Indellicati excelled at wrestling but also starred in both soccer and track field. Indellicati holds the school record for most wrestling wins in a season, became the first Ram to record 100 takedowns in a season and had 255 career takedowns, which is second best in school history. As a senior he was the Mercer County Tournament champion at 152 pounds, finishing second in districts and third in Region 7 before going 2 2 and recording a Top 12 finish in the states. Daniel went 37 6 that season and finished his career with a 99 31 record, the third most wins in school history. He medalled all four years in the MCT. As good as he was in wrestling, Indellicati was just as strong in soccer and played 43 games on the pitch with Iona College. He helped the Gaels to a MAAC title and No. 22 national ranking during his senior year. Tara Miluszewski is just the second track field inductee to have specialized in field events, and she was indeed, special. Tara also played four years of basketball and was part of six conference championship teams in soccer and track. She was the Rams Female Athlete of the Year as a senior. Miluszewski set records for points in a season (251) and career (769) while throwing the shot, discus and javelin. She won the Group III and Meet of Champions gold medal in javelin as a junior, throwing a school record 134 2. She took 12th in the Nike Outdoor Nationals in javelin and eighth in the Penn Relays, while also taking fourth in the MOC as a senior and sixth as a sophomore. Miluszewski was All CVC in track all four years, and was a first team All CVC soccer goalkeeper as a junior and senior. She was named to nike shoes 3000 range the All Mercer 33, All Area and NJGSCA All State teams as a senior. At the University of Maryland, Miluszewski had the second best throw in school history of 137 2, giving her sixth at the ACC Outdoor Championships. She also placed sixth at the Florida Relays, and second at the Mason Invitational before a torn ligament ended her career after two reconstructive surgeries. After retiring in 2015 with 29 years of service, Gary Bushelli enters the HOF as the longest tenured athletic director in school history and one of the most popular figures to ever grace the Mercer County athletic scene. As AD, Bushelli served as president of the Colonial Valley Conference, was founder of the CVC Basketball Association, and founder and coordinator of the Foundation Tip Off Cancer Program, which has raised over $200,000 for cancer research. As director of the Mercer County Basketball and Baseball tournaments, he secured Arm and Hammer Park, the Sun Bank Arena, Rider University and Mercer County Community College for MCT championship games. Bushelli combined his AD duties along with teaching social studies and coaching girls basketball before becoming the full time AD in 2004. He and Frank Hampton were the founding members of the Hightstown Hall of Fame the first HOF in Mercer County. also worked closely with the NJSIAA, serving on the Eligibility and Eligibility Appeals Committee as well as the Executive Committee, and the baseball, basketball and ice hockey seeding committees. He is a member of the Directors of Athletics Association of NJ (DAANJ), serves on their Hall of Fame Committee and nike outlet qatar received their Sectional Award of Merit in 2007. Bushelli was also honored by the Trenton Select Committee as its Man of the Year in 2013; the MCT Championship Award is named in his honor, as is an award for a deserving HHS student, and he received a lifetime achievement award from the CVC in 2009. Prior to coming to Hightstown in 1985, Bushelli graduated from Rider and served as head basketball and softball coach at McCorristin (now Trenton Catholic). Coached by Hall of Famer Gwen Atwell, this marks the first softball team to be inducted to the HHS Hall of Fame. The squad went 12 1 to win the Mercer County Conference title, outscoring opponents 186 50 and hitting .460 as a team. Of the 14 team members, Donna Lacy, Nancy Greczyn, Wendy Greczyn, Linda Dey and Barbara Muse are already in the HHS HOF as individuals. Lacy was a standout pitcher, earning post season honors along with the Greczyn sisters, Dey, Chris Sigle and Cheryl Martin. Rounding out the team were Diane Breder, Ellen Davison, Darlene Duchai, Karen Fuchs, Laurie Knutson, Donna Stella, and Pam Weisel. The manager was Helen Freer, while Claudia Bloom and Nick Chomicki were assistant coaches.