Two former NFL players, a bronze medalist from the 1948 Olympics and a former WNBA player head the second class of inductees to the Pittsburgh City League Hall of Fame.
A total of 23 individuals will be inducted at a banquet Oct. 17 at the Wyndham Pittsburgh University Center. They include Larry Brown, a Schenley graduate who played running back for eight years (1969-76) with the Washington Redskins and played in one Super Bowl.
Also inducted will be Tony Liscio, a Westinghouse graduate who was a lineman for the Dallas Cowboys from 1963-71; Herb Douglass, an Allderdice graduate who finished third in the long jump at the 1948 Olympics in London; and Edna Campbell, an Allderdice graduate who played in the WNBA.
Other inductees are: Larry Anderson (South Hills), Katelyn Brown (Schenley), Carmen Bruce (Schenley), Ricky Cannon (Perry), Henri Chatman (Carrick), Bill Clark (Fifth Avenue), Keith Crosby (Carrick), Wesley Garnett (Westinghouse), John Giordano (Westinghouse), Lynn Harris (South), Curtis Hefflin (Westinghouse), Renee Henderson (Peabody), Mark Hogan (Brashear), Hosea Holder (Westinghouse), Clarence Hopson (Schenley), Carlita Jones-Evans (Peabody), Rod Rutherford (Perry), Ahmad Shareef (Westinghouse) and Arnie Sowell (Schenley