Millbrook Hall of Fame
Neil Green (second, from far left), a football, track and basketball star at the Millbrook High School, graduated in 1974. Green later went on to play for Boston College as well as professionally as a running back free agent for the Oakland Raiders and New York Jets. Next to Green, Michael Eades class of 1971, was a successful basketball player at Millbrook High School. Eades was honored as most valuable player for four years in a row and when he played on the team they won the Bi Valley Championship by one point. Both are members of the first class of inductees for the Millbrook Athletic Hall of Fame. During half time they stood on the court with a variety of administrators for the district to unreel the banner honoring their Athletic Hall of Fame class.
MILLBROOK — The first Millbrook Athletic Hall of Fame inductees were invited to the boys varsity basketball game on Friday, Jan.13, for a continuation of the Hall of Fame ceremony that took place in October.
A banner was unveiled during halftime that had all the names of those inductees whom have already been honored. Neil Green and Michael Eades were two of the five people in the first class of inductees who were able to attend the game.
The inductees who were not present at the game but were honored include Coach Gene Ferrio (1972-73), Philip Strother and the late Bobby Reed. The inductees represent some of Millbrook Central School District’s finest athletes and coaches in its history.