•  Class of 2005

    Induction Class of 2005

    CHARLES A. Repp, Jr.


    Class of 1963

                Charles “Chick”Repp, Jr. played right guard on the Bulldog football team under Coach Jim Doyle during his junior and senior years at Glassboro High School.  The two year All-State and All Olympic Conference player was name Most Outstanding Lineman by his teammates in his senior year. He lettered in football as well as in baseball, where he played first base during his junior year.  Repp was president of his junior and senior classes and participated in Hall patrol, yearbook, gymnastics and drama.  His combined athletic and academic abilities earned him a scholarship to the University of Delaware, which he declined.  He earned his bachelor’s degree from Pfeiffer College in North Carolina in 1967, followed by a master’s degree from the American University in 1969.  He served in the U.S. Army from 1968-69.  Repp worked as a teacher, counselor and school psychologist in New Jersey and Virginia, and also owned his own real Estate firm.  He currently lives in Lavonia Ga.
    Class of 1973

                Robin Glazer played right wing for the varsity Glassboro women’s field hockey team for four years under Coach Jean Bower.  She represents the 1972 team which won the state championship and finished the season undefeated with an incredible 18-0 record.  The team also captured the Olympic Conference title in 1970, 1971 and 1972.  Glazer also excelled on the basketball squad as a guard, helping the team to the Olympic conference championships in 1971 and 1972.  In addition, she was the catcher for the softball team, helping win the Olympic Conference title in 1971 and 1973.  She earned the MVP title in 1973 as a senior.  After graduation, Glazer played field hockey, basketball and softball at Drexel University.  There she earned her business degree in 1982.  She currently works for the American Red Cross and lives in Philadelphia.



    Class of 1988

                 Sam Laspata, Jr. ranks third in victories at Glassboro High School with a career record of 94-12-3.  The 1988 graduate was undefeated as a senior, finishing 34-0-0, and was named All District 29, 1st Region 8, 1st State at 140 and 1st Team All-South Jersey.  An All-Tri-County Conference selection for all four years, he helped the Bulldogs reach a 50-23 record from 1984-1988.  Laspata won his 109th and final high school match in a 4-3 decision over Rob Meehan of Paramus to win the state title in March, 1988.

                 Stellar ability and accomplishment followed Laspata to George Mason University where he competed for three years, finishing with a collegiate record of 35-13-1.  In his junior year, Laspata was named Connection Newspapers/GMU Athlete of the Week for winning all four matches in the 1991 Navy Classic wrestling tournament in Annapolis, Md.  He helped GMU to a fifth place overall finish in the tournament, and became the first George Mason wrestler to win a championship in the event.  As a GMU freshman, he finished first place and was named MVP at the Freshman Virginia Military Institute Tournament.  He was the first freshman from Mason to place first in the Millersville Tournament.

                 Laspata graduated from George Mason in 1993 with a degree in physical education.  He currently lives in Carrollton, Mo. With his two year old daughter and fiancée.



    Class of 1994

                 Mark Sahm is the winningest wrestler in Glassboro High School history with a career record 106-15-1.  The 1994 graduate was undefeated District Regional Champion in 1994 and ranked 3rd in States.  He was team MVP from 1991-94 and All-Tri-County for the same period under Coach Ron Ferraro.  He was named to the All-South Jersey Second Team in 1994 and was an Honorable Mention in 1991-93.  His accomplishments earned him the AAU Outstanding High School Wrestler Award in 1993.  He was team captain in 1994 when he was also named a Scholar Athlete.

                 While at GHS, Sahm also played soccer for three years and ran cross country for one year.  He was president of his freshman, sophomore and senior classes and participated in national Honor Society, Art Honor Society, literary journal, student government and science club.

                 Sahm went on to Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, where he wrestled for a little over two years. There he beat four Division I All-Americans as well as the all-time winningest wrestlers from Vermont and New York.

                 Sahm is engaged to be married in November and lives in New York State.



    Class of 1981


                Basketball standout Kevin Timbers has the distinction of being the only Glassboro High School graduate to hold a New Jersey State championship as a player and as a coach.  As a player he was named to the All-Olympic Conference and excelled in Track and Cross Country in addition to basketball.

                Timbers returned to his alma mater in 1991, ten years after graduation, to become the Bulldog head men’s Basketball coach.  From 1991-97 his teams garnered a 104-47 record.  He led the team to a state championship in 1994 and earned the Philadelphia Inquirer Coach of the Year award following that season.  His team also won the Conference title in 1994 and 1995.

                As the GHS coach of Cross Country, Timbers helped his tam achieve a 9-0 record in 1993.  The team won the conference championship that season and became the only undefeated Cross Country team in the history of Glassboro High School.

                Timbers also coached track at Glassboro, and his team was the 1994 Group I Champion of the Woodbury Relays.

                “I am honored to follow the footsteps of my coach Steve Crispin,” said Timbers, who lives in Glassboro.


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