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Three Crusaders Inducted Into Athletic Hall of Honor

Lancaster Catholic High School will induct three new members into the Athletic Hall of Honor on Friday, January 18. Jack Booth, Angela (Haas) DeMarco and Steve Senkowski are the newest members of the Hall of Honor.

The purpose of the Lancaster Catholic High School Athletic Hall of Honor is to recognize and celebrate those individuals who, through their participation, guidance and support have made outstanding contributions to Lancaster Catholic athletics.

Jack Booth (1965-69) served as equipment manager and student trainer for all sports from his sophomore year until his senior year at Catholic High. Since graduating in 1969, Boothy has served as football equipment manager for portions of five decades for a total of 25 years as a volunteer. He has been on the sidelines of many Crusader football games from 1969-71, 1994-01 and from 2007-present. Jack Booth is truly a “Friend of LCHS Athletics.”

Angela (Haas) DeMarco (1988-92) was a star basketball player for the Crusaders, starting for three seasons while helping LCHS claim three PIAA District Titles, two LL League Championships and a pair of LL Section Titles. As a senior, she averaged 22 points and 10 rebounds per game while compiling 1,272 career points. After high school, she attended Elizabethtown College for two years and West Chester University for her final two seasons, amassing more than 1,500 career points. As a freshman, she nabbed MAC Rookie of the Year honors at ETown and led the Rams in scoring as a senior at WCU.

Steve Senkowski (1965-69) starred on the football field and track for Catholic High in the late-60s. He was a defensive back as a sophomore before going under center as the team’s quarterback during his junior and senior seasons, leading the team to a 6-2-2 record while earning First-Team All-Star QB as a senior. On the high school track, Senkowski was a four-year letter-winner while competing in the mile and two-mile relay, the 440-yard run and both hurdles. He helped lead LCHS to four consecutive PA Catholic Interscholastic Athletic Association State Championships.