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2020 Inductee - Carolyn Mountjoy

Carolyn Mountjoy

Builder – Ringette

Carolyn Mountjoy is a lifelong resident of Whitby and a graduate of Anderson Collegiate and the University of Western Ontario. She was raised in a family that loved sports, and credits that influence for the enthusiasm she retains today, particularly for the sport of ringette.

2020 Inductee - Shawn Williams

Shawn Williams

Athlete – Lacrosse

Born in Scarborough and a current resident of Oshawa, Shawn Williams developed a love for the sport of lacrosse at a young age, following in the footsteps of his father, Greg, who had previously played with the Brooklin Redmen; along with his fondness for the game, Shawn’s remarkable talent on arena floors and playing fields led to one of the most illustrious careers in the history of the sport.

2020 Inductee - Gil Niewendyk

Gil Nieuwendyk

Athlete – Lacrosse

A native of Whitby, Gil Nieuwendyk was introduced to the sport of lacrosse at the age of six when he was registered by his father to play in the Whitby Minor Lacrosse Association. And it did not take very long for Gil to demonstrate his exceptional talents on a lacrosse floor; by age 15, Gil was playing Junior B lacrosse in Ajax before returning to play for his hometown Whitby Warriors Junior A team from 1979 to 1982.

Brooklin Concretes

Team – Softball

Founded in 1963 when remaining members of the Brooklin Stevenson Motors softball team blended with players from a team in Mount Zion, the Brooklin Concretes joined the Oshawa City and District Softball League and quickly established a reputation for on-field excellence. In just their second season, the Concretes advanced to the league semi-finals, a significant result in its own right for a team from a small community that was competing against some of the most elite players and teams of that era.

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