2004/2005

Larry “Reds” Cardonick

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Larry “Reds” Cardonick is considered to be one of the great high school football players to come out of the city of Philadelphia. He was the only player in Olney High School’s history and only Philadelphian honored for the 1950 All-State First Team (All-Pennsylvania-Scholastic). He also played for Germantown Academy as a guard. Larry was… Read more »

Don Cohan

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The first Jew to be a member of the United States Olympic Team in Sailing and first one to win an Olympic medal, Don Cohan picked up sailing in 1967 at age 37. Within three years, Cohan was competing in top Soling and Dragon-class regattas from Sweden to Tasmania; within five, he was reveling in… Read more »

Marilyn & Edward Fernberger

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Marilyn and Edward Fernberger are thought of often as the “dynamic duo” to the world of tennis. With a shared love for the game, the Fernbergers became involved with the United States Tennis Association (USTA) through the local Philadelphia district and Middle States section. Together, Marilyn and Edward have conducted and promoted numerous youth and… Read more »

Mel Greenberg

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Mel Greenberg is a January, 1965, graduate of Northeast High who grew up in that section of the city and still resides there. He has been on the staff of The Philadelphia Inquirer for 35 years and is best known for his national and local coverage of women’s basketball. Using knowledgeable coaches of the day,… Read more »

Louis Moyerman

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Louis Moyerman was raised in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia. He joined the Nerim Judo club at the age of 12 where he was taught by Mrs. Helen Foos – one of the first women black belts in the USA. Lou went on the train under Mr. Ishikawa, a 9th degree black belt from Japan…. Read more »

Harold “Hotsy” Reinfeld

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A household name to many in Philadelphia, Harold “Hotsy” Reinfeld began his basketball career at Frankford High School as a starting member of the basketball team. During his high school days, he played in the Jewish Basketball League – and received “Rookie of the Year” honors- He also played in the Philadelphia Suburban Baseball League…. Read more »

Marty Stern

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Marty Stern was born and raised in West Philadelphia. Fondly referred to by his peers as “Uncle” Marty, Stern began running track competitively for Upper Darby High School before graduating in 1954. Marty attended West Chester State University and graduated in 1959 with a B.S. in Health, Physical Education and Recreation. At West Chester State,… Read more »