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LCAA’S FINEST: ‘Sticks’ McMullen inducted into Section V Basketball Hall of Fame

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ROCHESTER – Tim ‘Sticks’ McMullen was inducted into the Section V Basketball Hall of Fame Saturday in front of family, friends, colleagues, and former coaches.

McMullen, a legendary multi-sport coach at Letchworth and a graduate of Le Roy High School, was honored at the RIT Inn and Conference Center.

McMullen coached the varsity boys basketball program at Letchworth for 31 years registering 334 career victories.

He earned four Section V Coach of the Year awards including, 1994, 1998, 1999 and 2006.

He guided the Indians to the Section V Class CCC title in 1999.

McMullen joined four other former LCAA coaches in the 300-victory club along with Tom Downey (Livonia). Dave Gillett (Perry), Tom Flood (HF-L) and Dan Dickens (Cal-Mum).

McMullen was inducted into the Section V Football Hall of Fame in 2014. He coached the Indians football team for 12 years winning the NYS Class D title in 2011.

In all, he coached the football program to Section V titles in 2009, 2010, and 2011.

During the ceremony, Sticks was escorted to the podium by Brady Rogers, his long-time assistant who was with him for the first half of his coaching career at Letchworth and helped build the program into one that was well respected. 

His plaque lists several of his accolades. Please let me know if you need or would like anything else.

Other inductees on Sunday included:

Richard Brown – Rush-Henrietta
Rochelle Cherry – Nazareth
Joe DeSain – Official
Allyson DeMagno – Fairport
Dan Harris – Marcus Whitman
Jim Johnson – Greece Athena
Mark Johnson – Greece Arcadia
Neil Kromer – Avoca
CJ Lee – Pittsford Sutherland
Tim Lincoln – Waterloo, Section V
Greg Logins – Sodus
Dan Mueller – Waterloo
Dick O’Toole – Edison Tech
Raegan Ryan – Canisteo-Greenwood
Denny and Joanne Small – Section V
Sandy Swingle – Official
Ashley Zahn – Canandaigua

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