Inductees During Booth's career at Peoria Manual, he helped the school to Class AA basketball tournaments in 1986, 1987 and 1988. He was all-tourney in `88.
It should be noted that he was a star on the `87 team that finished 26-0 and number one in the state going into tournament play. That team was 61-59 upset victim at the hands of Quincy in overtime. The Rams came back to capture 3rd place in 1988.
Had his career ended there, David Booth would be a sports icon in this town. He was the leader in bringing the 4-on-4 tournament to town where it has played since the 1980's.
David continued his education and his career at DePaul University where he became the Blue Demon's 2nd highest career scorer. He also ranks among DePaul's all time leaders in career rebounds, steals and blocked shots.
After his playing days, David's basketball acumen afforded him the opportunity to become a scout for the NBA's Memphis Grizzlies.
During Booth's career at Peoria Manual, he helped the school to Class AA basketball tournaments in 1986, 1987 and 1988. He was all-tourney in `88.
|1983 Outstanding Tri-County Sports Figure|
MARY KAY HUNGATE
Richwoods High School 1984 girls varsity basketball team, coached by Mary Kay Hungate, has been ranked first in the nation by USA Today. Their record thus far for 1984 is 9 wins and no losses. In 1983 the Richwoods Lady Knights won the Class AA State Championship and ended a perfect season at 32-0. They were ranked second in the nation in 1983 by USA Today.