The process is complete and the results are in.
January 9, 2012
Three new members of the Hall of Fame will be inducted January 20, and they’re three very worthy enshrine-es indeed.
Entering the Hall during a ceremony between varsity basketball games on January 20 at BHS will be Bob Woodruff, a three-sport standout who excelled in football; his twin brother Dick Woodruff, whose athletic accomplishments matched his brother’s stride for stride; and All-State basketball star Monica Badger North, one of the best basketball players Beaverton ever produced.
“It’s a terrific group of inductees, and the committee had no reservations – all these folks belong in the Hall,” said committee member Scott Govitz. “It’s always important to the Hall of Fame that its honorees are as good as citizens off the playing field as they were athletes on it, and this group holds up well in that regard.”
Govitz said enshrinement ceremonies will occur between the varsity girls’ and boys’ contests on January 20 at approximately 7:30 pm. Before that, a public reception will be held in the school cafeteria beginning at 6:00 pm for honorees, their families and any well-wishers who would like to attend. Existing members of the Hall in particular are encouraged to take part.
“This is our fourth year for the Hall of Fame, and each induction ceremony has provided some special moments,” he said. “Legends Night at BHS is a great portrait of the Beaverton community at its best. It’s always a thrill to gather all these local sports legends in one room for an evening, and we expect this induction to meet that standard.”