Inductees Stonebock, one of the most respected baseball coaches in Illinois history, coached three Manual High School teams to Illinois State Titles.
Stonebock, a former minor league star and semi-pro catcher, was a stern taskmaster and a brilliant teacher of fundamentals who made Manual a state power year after year.
Taking over the baseball reins in the late 1940's, he won 448 games while losing 174, winning his first state championship when his Rams won all 25 games it played in 1950. He came back to win a second state title in 1965 and followed this up with a third in 1968.
During his long career at Manual, his teams won 14 district, ten regional, and seven sectional championships.
Stonebock, one of the most respected baseball coaches in Illinois history, coached three Manual High School teams to Illinois State Titles.
|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.