The 2018 Class of the Penn Yan Academy Hall of Fame was inducted Friday, Oct. 5 at Penn Yan Academy.

Honored were:

• The late King Brennan, a 1948 graduate of Penn Yan Academy who played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track. He was a member of the 1944 football team that was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2011. He was presented by his son-in-law, Keith Prather, and the honor was accepted by his daughter, Sally Brennan Prather, and several members of the Brennan family.

• Karen Folts Dunham, a 2006 graduate of PYA, who was a multi-sport athlete, playing soccer, basketball, and softball. She also competed on the Marcus Whitman girls swim team during rehabilitation for a knee injury. He was presented by former softball coach Marty Kubli.

• Kiki Seago, a 1989 PYA graduate, who played basketball, soccer, and competed on the track & field team. She was a key player on the basketball team. She was presented by former coach Bob Church.

• Steve Trombley, a 1974 PYA graduate, who was honored as a contributor. Trombley, who was presented by Dan Yonts, was recognized for his contributions to youth sports programs and Penn Yan Academy athletics.

• The 1991 Softball Team, whose members included Stacey Emerson Barden, Kim Simmons Lefko, Rebecca Andrus, Becky Masters Mella, Carrie Graves Boyd, Dennise Doyle Peagler, Debbie Bergeron, Kelly Sackett Dallos, Christie Enos Sutton, Kelly Chambers, Lorie McPherson Parsons, Christine Peck-Ross, Allison Maggart Drewno, Marietta Calder Hollister, and Jennifer Rios-Raner. John Manley was the coach. The team was presented by Mary Andrus, and Allison Maggart Drewno spoke on the team's behalf.

• The 1998 Boys Basketball Team, whose members included Steve McGuire, Rob Wilson, Mike Tones, Steve Legg, Scott Jensen, Kris Wilber, Chris Koek, George Woodruff, Joel Balthaser, Scott Nielsen, Matt Mitchell, Dean French, Chris Corey, Dan Christensen, and Brian Lickert. Student managers were A. J. Ingelsby and Dawn Ferguson. Coached were Rob Grattan, Norm Koek, Chuck Roach, and Don D'Amico. The team was presented by Grattan.

The inductees were also recognized during halftime activities at the Oct. 6 Homecoming Football game against Wayne.

The program for the evening's event also included a tribute to the late Gary Pinneo, who died Sept. 30. Pinneo was one of the founders of the Hall of Fame committee.