ASHLAND, Ky. – Inductees for the fourth annual Ashland Baseball CP-1 Hall of Fame are in for an extra treat.
The Ashland Tomcats are inviting the 2018 class to be their guests when the Tomcats open the high school football season against Harlan County on Saturday night in Putnam Stadium.
The 2018 CP-1 HOF class will be introduced to the crowd at halftime of the game, according to Ashland Athletic Director Mark Swift.
The CP-1 Hall of Fame ceremony takes place at 1 p.m. in Central Park and the Ashland-Harlan County game kicks off at 7:30.
All 14 of the inductees either played baseball for the Tomcats or attended school there.
Six members of the class were part of Ashland’s three-peat state championship baseball reign from 1966 to 1968.
The 14-member class includes:
David Patton, Larry Castle and H.F. Dixon from the 1950s era.
Ernie Daniels, Don Lentz, David Staten, Fred Leibee, Mike Tackett, Larry Stevens and John Sieweke from the 1960s era.
Greg Swift, Donnie Allen, Rick Reeves and the late Frank Wagner from the 1970s era.
This year’s class brings the total inducted to 50 with 50 more still to be selected in the next five years.