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7 sports stars

Len Rauch - Bishop Ludden High-School and LeMoyne College basketball and baseball standout

- Nini Sgroi - Outstanding bowler who distinguished himself during the 1960's with a composite average of 203

- Larry Hart - Outstanding multi-sport high school coach for both boys and girls sports at Tully, West Genesee and Homer

- Frank DiChristina - Long-time varsity baseball coach at Chittenango and key administrator for Section 3 for 52 years

- Chuck Bisesi - High-school basketball star at St. Lucy's and later very successful coach

- Joan Skiff - (Deceased) - Top Central New York skier and golfer

- William Dennis "Doc" Scanlan - Major League baseball career ran from 1903 to 1911

Six men and one woman will be inducted into the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame Oct. 18, at Drumlins Country Club.

The Class of 2010 was announced June 21 at the organization's exhibit location at Driver's Village in North Syracuse.

The 24th Class of the Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame includes Chuck Bisesi, a high school basketball star at St. Lucy's and later a successful coach; Frank DiChristina, longtime varsity baseball coach at Chittenango and key administrator for Section 3 for 52 years; Larry Hart, a multi-sport high school coach for both boys' and girls' sports at Tully, West Genesee and Homer; Len Rauch, Bishop Ludden High School and Le Moyne College basketball and baseball star; Nini Sgroi, outstanding bowler who compiled a composite average of 203 during the 1960s; and the late Joan Skiff, a top Central New York skier and golfer.

The 2010 Old-Timer's Inductee is William Dennis "Doc" Scanlan, who pitched with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Pittsburgh Pirates. Having been raised on Turtle Street, Scanlan attended Sacred Heart Academy before going pro.

His major-league career ran from 1903 to 1911, in which he completed an astounding 102 of 149 starts, had 15 shutouts and a sparkling career earned-run average of 3.00. Scanlan died in 1949 at the age of 68.

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