Five former athletes, coaches and administrators were inducted into the Liberty High School Hall of Fame during a ceremonies Friday and Saturday.
Members of this year’s class are: Sheila Branch Turpin, a volleyball, basketball and softball coach from 1981 to 2003; Shirley Bramlett McCabe, a teacher and guidance counselor from 1962 to 1995; Kendall Bartholomew Alvey, a 2004 LHS graduate, who played soccer and volleyball; William “Pat” Overstreet Jr., a 1982 LHS graduate, who played baseball, football and basketball; and Brandon Jamar Sparrow, a 2010 LHS graduate, who played football, basketball and track.
McCabe was inducted posthumously.
The inductees were honored on Friday during a banquet at the school’s cafeteria. John Walker, former LHS principal and professor at the University of Lynchburg, gave the keynote address.
On Saturday, the inductees were presented Hall of Fame medallions between the Liberty and Staunton River boys and girls basketball games at the LHS gym.