1996 Hall of Fame Bios

J. Henry “Hank” Eisenhart – Graduated from Sell-Perk in 1940 where he played football, basketball, track and baseball.  He was a member of the ’40 baseball championship team.  He played Legion baseball.  He attended Juniata College where he played football, baseball and basketball.  In basketball he was the captain in his senior year.  In 1944 he pitched for the Cincinnati Reds.  In 1945-’46 he pitched for the Trenton A’s.  He coached football, basketball and baseball while teaching at Bordentown and Pennsbury, 1946-’82.  He was a PIAA official in football, basketball and baseball 1953-1980.  He was inducted into the Juniata College Sports Hall of Fame in 1995.

John “Johnie” Moyer – Graduated from Quakertown in 1953.  He was a four letter man earning All Bux-Mont in football, basketball and baseball.  He earned medals in the broad jump and relays.  He played defense in football at Lehigh University.  He was very active in community affairs.
Dale Neiman – For almost 40 years he has been involved in youth baseball in Quakertown.  In 1979 he coached the Connie Mack baseball team to the State Championship.  His Connie Mack coaching record is 135-27-6.  His American Legion coaching record is 115-80.  He organized an adult recreation league.  Dale was inducted into the Pa. American Legion Hall of Fame in 1991.

James “Nonny” Nonnemaker – Started as a freshman in football and basketball.  He won ten varsity letters.  He quarterbacked Pennridge to the Bux-Mont Championship in 1953 and 1955.  He pitched Pennridge to the 1956 Bux-Mont Championship.  He coached Pennridge Knee-Hi baseball.  He lettered in football and baseball at Muhlenberg and later coached football and baseball at Palmerton High School.

Joseph “Joe” Parker – He graduated from Sell-Perk in 1950 and played football, basketball and baseball.  He played baseball for Perkasie Legion and the Sell-Perk Redbirds.  He played football for the Sell-Perk Greenjackets.  He also played basketball in the Big 9.  He played softball for Trinity Lutheran for eleven years and won MVP awards in Church State Tournaments and MVP in Class A Men’s Fast Pitch State Tournament.  He was a Pennridge Little League coach and director.  He coached in the Connie Mack League winning championships in 1974 and 1984.  He taught in a youth basketball clinic.

James “Jim” Rosch – was the voice of Quakertown High School football games for twenty-six years.  He has forty-five years of involvement in local sports as a manager, photographer, sports writer, statistician, umpire and program editor.  He is currently active with the Quakertown Blazers baseball program.

James “Snit” Snyder – graduated from Sell-Perk in 1953.  He played football, basketball and baseball.  He has a no-hit game to his credit.  He pitched for the Perkasie Legion and Sell-Perk Redbirds.  He was the batting runner-up in 1954 in the Bucks County Amateur League.  He pitched softball for seven teams over a 23 year period including pitching Trinity Lutheran to eight KASA State Championships and six runners-up.  In softball, he pitched seven no-hit games, two were perfect and two were in the state playoffs.

Robert “Bob” Strunk – Graduated from Quakertown High in ’34 where he played football and baseball.  He then played baseball for the Quakertown Scholastics and Richland AA among others.  He was associated with Quakertown Little League from its start in 1958 where he served as president, vice-president, player agent, umpire-in-chief and field manager over a period of 25 years.  He also umpired in the Connie Mack League, Church League and Community League baseball.