A new group of Berkeley High School sports standouts will have their legacies cemented into the school's hall of fame.
The school's Hall of Fame committee released the names of it's six inductees for the 2018 class: Walter M. Bonner, Sr., Buck Wofford, Deborah Scott, Brent Stone, Doug Langenfeld and Amanda Hill James.
This is the school's seventh hall of fame class and the inductees' tenures spread across several decades and sports. They will be honored at a banquet on Thurs., Sep. 13 at the school as well as during halftime of the Berkeley and Fort Dorchester football game on Fri., Sep. 14.
"Much the same as last year, we're inducting a class that spreads over several decades and a number of different sports," said HOF Committee Chair Craig Mims. "We decided to induct six this year, going back to the pre-1950's 'legends' time period to induct Walter M Bonner. If the football stadium at Berkeley was named in your honor, it's safe to say you should be in the Hall of Fame."
The committee will host its annual hall of fame golf tournament fundraiser on April 26 at 10 a.m. at Berkeley Country Club. Hole sponsorships are $100. Proceeds go towards scholarship funds. The committee has awarded more $20,000 worth of scholarships in the past four years.
See a list of the 2018 honorees:
Walter M Bonner - Longtime Moncks Corner Area Superintendent who served from 1928 to 1966; his staunch support of BHS Athletics laid the groundwork for the Stags' success during the 1950's and 1960's. The football stadium at BHS is named in his honor.
Buck Wofford - Four-sport Stag athlete in football, baseball, basketball, track; longtime teacher, assistant football and head boys track coach at BHS; football state champion both as a player (1960) and as a coach (1981); coached a number of individual state champions in track
Deborah Scott - Three-year letter winner in both basketball and track for the Stags in the early 1970's; top scorer and team MVP in basketball; played basketball at SC State for one season
Brent Stone - 1980's standout in baseball and basketball; three-year letter winner in basketball; region champion in 1987; four-year letter winner in baseball; named all-region, all-lowcountry, and all-state as a senior; played baseball at Coastal Carolina and earned four letters; at BHS, was a teacher, coached multiple sports, and later served as assistant principal
Doug Langenfeld - three-sport Stag athlete - football, basketball and track; standout in football, played multiple positions; played on 1996 state championship football team; 1998 North-South All-star game selection; member of Reedley Junior College national championship team and named 3rd team all-american in 2002; inducted into Reedley's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2012; transferred to Auburn University and was starting defensive end on the Tigers' SEC Championship team that finished with a final ranking of No. 2 in 2004
Amanda Hill James - Standout volleyball player for BHS; played varsity as a 7th grader, earning 6 letters; led the team in kills, serving percentage and aces for four years; team MVP for 3 years; led the girls Stags to a region championship in 2006; played college ball at Charleston Southern University, earning numerous honors; inducted into CSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2017; played professionally for two years in Sweden.