Pasadena ISD 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet sold out

Pasadena ISD 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet sold out
Posted on 02/17/2020
Pasadena ISD 2020 Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet sold out

Pasadena ISD’s annual Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Banquet is once again a sold out event, organizers announced on Monday, Feb. 17.

Once tickets went on sale back in January, family and friends of the inductees, along with event sponsors and former inductees couldn’t wait to take part in the action, selling over 450 seats in only a month.

Attendees and Pasadena ISD officials will gather for the Hall of Fame on April 4, at 6 p.m. Phillips Field House, 2906 Dabney Road.

Headlining the Hall of Fame banquet this year will be Jason Bristol, anchor, reporter, journalist and Emmy award winner from KHOU-TV in Houston.

The following individuals are slated for induction at this year’s ceremony:

  • Charlie Goehring, Pasadena High School, Coach and Athlete, Class of 1959
  • Wilburn Raby, Rayburn High School, Coach
  • The Snelson Family, including the late Billie Snelson, and her two sons John and Andy
  • Bo Snelson, Memorial High School
  • Ron Schroeder, Rayburn High School, Class of 1975
  • Bryan Willingham, Pasadena High School, Class of 1971
  • Marlen Esparza, Pasadena High School, Class of 2007
  • Bo Snelson, Pasadena Memorial High School, Class of 2009
  • Steve Prentice, South Houston High School, Class of 1970
  • TJ Mills, Pasadena High School, Athlete and Coach, Class of 1972
  • 1993 Dobie High School State Championship Softball Team

A photo and autograph session will follow the banquet.

Businesses and organizations may still sponsor the event. Money raised is used to provide scholarships for student athletes. For more information about the Athletics Hall of Fame, click here.

The Pasadena ISD Athletics Hall of Fame recognizes some of the most celebrated names in athletics at PISD. The inductees are selected for their exemplary athletics and coaching careers, in addition to inspiring the next generation of college and professional athletes and coaches.