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Chapin High Athletic Hall Of Fame To Induct 6 Sept. 5

Posted on Monday, June 29th, 2015 at 1:59 pm. Posted to Education, Sports.

On Saturday, Sept. 5, the Chapin High School Athletic Hall of fame will induct six new members as part of a ceremony to be held in the Chapin High Cafeteria.

The new inductees will be: Pam Bostain Shear, Jerry Bowers, Mike Slice, Andy “Beef” Williams, Roger Woolbright, and Coach Paul Shealy. The 1972-73 State Champion Girls’ Basketball team and the 1982 State Champion Baseball team will also be honored at the ceremony.

The Hall of Fame inductees will also be honored at halftime at the previous evening’s football game vs. Swansea.


Pam Bostain
• 6 year letterman in girls basketball
• Career 2,053 points scored
• All State as a junior and senior
• All Conference as a freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior. Conference MVP as senior.
• Girls Basketball – Conference Champions in 1969-1970, 1971-72, 1972-73
• Girls Basketball – State Champions 1972-73
• Girls Basketball record during Sophomore, Junior and Senior years was 64-7 (19-4 sophomore year, 20-2 as junior, and 25-1 as senior).
• Girls Track 1969-1970
• Girls Volleyball 1972-73
• Attended Winthrop University on basketball scholarship, but played and lettered in volleyball and softball.
o Lettered 4 years in basketball
o Lettered 4 years in volleyball
o Lettered 1 year in softball (73-74)


Roger Woolbright
• Football
o State Champs in football in 1973
o 1973 Shrine Bowl
o Prep All- American in football in 1973-74
o Saw action starting at quarterback as a freshman in 1970
o 1971 Conference Champions in football and 10-0 in regular season
o 1973 Conference Champions in football
o All State DB in 1971 and 1972 as a sophomore and junior
o All State DB and QB in 1973 in senior season
o AA State Back of the Year in 1973
o 5 year letterman in football
• Basketball
o All Conference in basketball 4 years as freshman through senior years
o Lettered 4 years
o Leading scorer in Columbia area in 1972-73 and 1973-74
o Boys Basketball Conference Champs in 1972-73 and 1973-74
• Track
o Lettered 5 years
o Boys Track 1972 – conference champs
• One of top 5 high school athletes in the Carolinas
• Attended University of South Carolina on football scholarship and lettered 3 years

Paul Shealy
• Head Boys Track Coach for 15 seasons (1978-1992)
• Girls Basketball Head Coach for 1 season (1977-1978)
• Football
o B Team coach for 2 seasons (1977 and 1978)
o JV team coach for 2 seasons (1979 and 1980)
o Varsity Assistant/Offensive Line Coach for 11 seasons (1981-1991)

Jerry Bowers
• Football
o Lettered 5 years
o State Champs in 1974
o All Conference 1974 and 1975 (1974 as a defensive lineman)
o Columbia Area Leading scorer in 1975 with 26 touchdowns and 5 two point conversions (Coach Cecil did not believe in kicking PATs)
o Rushed 215 times for 1,104 yards for a 5.1 yard per carry average as a junior in 1975
o Leading receiver on 1975 team with 479 yards receiving and 9 TDs
o One of top tacklers with 78 total tackles in 1975
o 25-1 record in 1974 and 1975
o Attended Indiana University on football scholarship
• Basketball
o Lettered in 1974 and 1975
• Track
o Lettered 5 years

Andy “Beef” Williams
• Basketball
o Played in North-South All Star Game
o All Conference 1977-78, 1978-79, and 1979-80
o All State 1978-79 and 1979-80
o All Midlands Team as Junior
o Career average of 23 points and 17 rebounds
• Played for USC – Aiken
o 3 Time NAIA District 6 Player of the Week
o All District 6 NAIA Team
o USC – Aiken Team MVP 1985
o Averaged 18.1 points and 12.2 rebounds for career
• Played professionally in Europe 1985-1987

Mike Slice
• Football
o 6 year letterman in football
o State Champs in football in 1973 and 1974
• Track
o 6 year letterman in track
o All Conference in 1974 880 and Mile Relays
• Basketball
o 5 year letterman in basketball
o All Conference in 1975 and 1976
• Baseball
o 4 year letterman in baseball
o All Conference in 1975 Pitcher and 1st Baseman
• ICRC Coach from 1988 to 2006 in Baseball, Basketball, and Football
o 1997 Dixie Youth Boys League Champs
o 2000 Dixie Youth Boys District Champs

Chapin High Has Two Athletes Sign Letters Of Intent

Posted on Thursday, April 16th, 2015 at 8:59 pm. Posted to Education, Sports.

Chapin High School’s Savanna Fuller and Matt Bickley made it official Wednesday, April 15, 2015 by signing their National Letter of Intent to play tennis and track and field.Savanna Fuller

Savanna has made a deep impact on the court for the Eagles. She has an overall record of 87-19, a five time All Region selection, three time Region Player of the Year, five time All Area, three time All Area Player of the Year, All State, and 2014 Chapin High School Captain Award. Savanna will be taking her talents to Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. The Tars are a coached by Beverly Buckley and they are members of the Sunshine State Conference of The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II. “Savanna is one of the most talented young ladies we have ever had. She is a true team player that will be missed dearly,” said Chapin head tennis coach John Rodgers. “We are all excited for her and look forward to seeing her compete at the next level.”Bickley

Bickley, an outstanding two sport athlete and leader (football/track) for the Eagles will be taking his talents to the track at The Citadel. The Bulldogs are coached by Jody Huddleston and are members of the Southern Conference of The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I.”Matt worked hard under Coach Bowers and had a great State Meet as a junior. His knee injury this year has limited him, but he has dedicated himself to rehabilitation and will be a great asset to The Citadel track program,” said Chapin head track coach Jack LeGrand.

Chapin’s Eddie Muldrow in SCAA Hall of Fame

Posted on Tuesday, February 10th, 2015 at 11:32 am. Posted to Sports.

Former Chapin High School head football coach and athletic director Eddie Muldrow will be part of this year’s class of the South Carolina Athletic Administrators Hall of Fame.muldrow

Muldrow was CHS head football coach and athletic director 1981-2006, and five time Region Champion. He was Head Coach in the 2001 North/South All Star Game; and two-time Columbia Touchdown Club Coach of the Year. He compiled an overall record of 169-119. He was 2003 Athletic Director of the Year.

He was part of the first class of inductees in the Chapin Athletics Hall of Fame in 2014.

Muldrow is part of this year’s seven-member class that includes former South Florence director Mike Watts, Easley’s Larry Bagwell, Carolina Forest’s Leroy Rainbow, Myrtle Beach’s Doug Shaw, Greenville’s Bill Utsey and SCAA vendor coordinator Janet Utsey.

Inductions are slated for 1 p.m. March 15 at the Charleston Marriott Hotel.

Athletics Hall Of Fame Committee Calls For Nominations

Posted on Saturday, January 31st, 2015 at 3:25 pm. Posted to Sports.

By Justin Cannon
Chapin News Sports Editor

The Chapin High School Athletics Hall Of Fame Selection Committee will soon begin the process of electing members to its 2015 class. Along with reviewing the list of previous nominees, the committee is asking for nominations to be submitted b the Chapin community. Nominations will be accepted until May 1.

According to the committee bylaws, former athletes are eligible for induction 10 years after graduation. Former coaches are eligible for induction 5 years after retirement from coaching. Anyone else who has helped with the athletic department (i.e. athletic secretaries, PA announcers, etc.) may also be nominated and will be considered without any required time away from their job/role.


Pack The Gym Tonight, Eagles

Posted on Friday, January 23rd, 2015 at 1:48 pm. Posted to Sports.

The Chapin Girls and Boys Basketball Teams both WON HUGE games Tuesday Night against Camden. CHAPIN Girls WIN 35-30 & CHAPIN Boys WIN 59-47.  AND the Chapin Student Section has been voted the BEST in the STATE!!!  ONLY 3 home games remain.

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