Windsor Athletics Director Steve Risser announced the inductees of Windsor High School's Athletics Hall of Fame's inaugural class Saturday.
The announcement came with many of the inductees returning to Sage Park Road for the ceremony of introduction.
Inductees of the Hall of Fame's Class of 2012 include:
Richard L. Teed - Class of 1944 - Teed played professional baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers, managed for the Phillies organization and was a scout for the Phillies and Dodgers.
James Burton - Class of 1975 - Burton was a first-team all-state and all-conference (CVC) selection in hockey, all-conference in football, and all-state and all-district in baseball. He was an all-american baseball player at Marietta College, where he was inducted into the college's athletic hall of fame, before playing professional baseball for the Dodgers and Padres organizations.
Maryellen Champlin - Class of 1977 - Champlin was an all-conference (CVC) performer in field hockey, basketball and softball. She went on to play field hockey at Ithaca College, where her team appeared in the final four.
Judith M. Urban - Class of 1981 - Urban was an all-conferencer (CVC) performer in field hockey, basketball and softball. She was also first-team all-state in basketball on her way to leading that state in rebounds during the 1980-81 season.
Gerald M. Joseph - Class of 1983 - Joseph was an all conference performer (CVC) and all-state performer in basketball and in track. He scored 1,000 points in his basketball career before heading to the Univeristy of Bridgeport.
Barry Chasen - Coach - Chasen was a Windsor High School coach from 1975-2003. In that time he coached state titles in 1979 and 1991, and won Connecticut State Baseball Coach of the Year in 1986. In 1980, Chasen coached the girls basketball team to a second-place finish in the state championship. He also coached as an assistant on the football team, and was inducted into the Connecticut Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2002.
Randy Lee - Teacher/Volunteer - Lee was a volunteer assistant coach on the girls soccer team that won the 1991 state championship. Since 1971, he as been an athletic site director, public address announcer, educator and strong supporter of Windsor High sports.
1979 Baseball Team - The team won the state championship, going undefeated in CVC play on its way to an overall 20-2 record. The squad was ranked No. 1 in Connecticut, No. 1 in the North East and No. 3 in Collegiate Baseball's High School Poll.
In the coming months, fundraisers sponsored by the Windsor High School Hall of Fame will be held, including a golf tournament on May 5, and the Hall of Fame Induction Gala on May 19.