2005 Hall of Fame Bios

William H. Cramp - Bill, a 1951 graduate, earned letters in football and baseball each of 2 years.  He was a top-notch pitcher who always seemed in
charge on the mound.  He received All Bux-Mont 1st team honors in baseball in 1950 and Quakertown won the championship.  He was 7-0.  Bill has stayed in baseball ever since as a coach for Palisades High School (8 years and a championship), as a coach for Quakertown Little League, and as an umpire for Little League and Connie Mack for 41 years.  He is still active.  Bill was honored as an umpire to be invited to Cooperstown to work the Cooperstown Dream Games for 3 years.

Joan Koehler Kollo – Joan was a truly outstanding field hockey, basketball and baseball player.  She played each sport for 4 years and was co-captain of the basketball team for 2 years.  During her senior year, 1951, the teams did very well in large part due to her competitiveness and hustle.  All the teams were champs or co-champs and the hockey team was undefeated and untied.  Joan worked briefly for Bethlehem Steel and then for Moore Business Forms for 25 years.

Frank Krystyniak – Graduated from Scranton Central High in 1953.  He lettered in football, baseball and swimming.  He was captain of the school swim team and a member of the Football All Scholastic Scranton Dream Team in 1952.  Frank graduated from East Stroudsburg State College where he lettered in swimming, football and baseball.  He taught 36 years at Pennridge.  He coached football 31 years,, seven of which were as head coach.  He also established the first gymnastics program at Pennridge and coached for 14 years.  During summer vacation he coached swim teams at local pools.  He has served as a PIAA swimming official for 28 years.  In 2004 he was inducted into the East Stroudsburg University Athletic Hall of Fame as a member of the East Stroudsburg championship team of 1955.

Robert Lewis – An outstanding 3 sport athlete at QHS; a record holder in 3 sports;  football, basketball and baseball and an All Bux-Mont honoree in all 3 sports.  Bob held the passing record in ’61 for total yards, attempts, and completions.  He still holds the record for the longest completion with Gary Dimmig of 93 yards, a Wisneski brainstorm.  He was All Bux-Mont guard in basketball, starting 3 years and scoring 33 points against Souderton.  He played baseball, leading the team in batting average and steals which resulted in being All Bux-Mont.  He captained each of the 3 sports, and was named Outstanding All Around Athlete his junior year.  He and Dimmig were again together at the Naval Academy playing lightweight football.  Bob was captain of an undefeated team and became an All-American in 1965.  He spent some time at sea as a Naval Officer and then returned to the Academy as a coach of lightweight football.  He presently owns and operates a McDonalds in Virginia, and enjoys a very slow game of golf.

James R. Moyer – Graduated from Hilltown High in 1953 where he participated in soccer, baseball and basketball.  He was a member of the championship basketball team in the Tri-County League in 1953.  Jim played for the Perkasie American Junior League team, which won the Bucks County Championship for two years.  He graduated from West Chester State College in 1957 where he played soccer.  His community baseball involvement was with the Sellersville Red Birds and also he played softball in the Souderton Church League.  He was a teacher at Pennridge for 35 years where he was a junior high soccer and basketball coach, as well as varsity soccer coach at Pennridge High.  He was a soccer referee for 17 years both in interscholastic and collegiate level competition.  Jim has also been involved in coaching Connie Mack and American Junior Legion baseball in the Southern Lehigh area.

Charles Romanoski – Graduated from Sell-Perk in 1932.  He lettered in football and baseball.  He played 11 years for the Sell-Perk Greenjackets.  In 1946 he helped organize the Big Six Football League.  He was a coach and player for seven years and was instrumental in the development of the Souderton Midget Football Association where he coached for over 25 years.  He played baseball for various community league teams in the Perkasie and North Penn area.  In 1946 he helped organize the Perky Valley Twilight League.  Charlie coached and sponsored the Souderton Warriors for the past 32 years.  He was chairman of the Bux-Mont Junior Legion Baseball League for 30 years.  He helped start the Souderton Midget Baseball League in 1948.  In 1980 Charlie was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame.  In 2004 he was also inducted into the Montgomery County Community Coaches Honor Roll.

Kathryn “Kitty” Shaw – One of Quakertown’s most talented field hockey players, she played the sport for 4 years and was captain for one year.  Kitty was on the basketball court for 4 years as well, and the softball diamond for 3 years.  She lettered in each of those years for a total of 11 letters.  Her other activities as an undergrad were the TAC club and Tri-Hi-Y.  After high school, Kitty played basketball while a student nurse as the University of Pennsylvania and received the Voiture Trophy for the individual high scorer of the season.  She can often be seen jogging around town.

Robert Wolfinger – Bob is a 1964 Pennridge High graduate and starred in basketball where he was co-captain.  He also played in church softball leagues.  He played in 5 decades for the Trinity Lutheran team that won numerous local and state tournaments. He pitched 5 no-hitters and a perfect game.  He also played in the Penn Valley Industrial League and went to Nationals in 1990.  Bob served as District Commissioner for K.A.S.A. softball from 1970-’76.  He also served as a P.I.A.A. basketball official.  He has coached many teams, such as Pennridge High School JV baseball.  Pennridge Legion, Deep Run girls’ basketball, Summer League basketball at Perkasie Playground, instructor at basketball Camp P.A.C.E. and currently Pennridge Central M.S. head girls’ basketball coach and Pennridge High School assistant varsity girls’ softball coach.