by Mike Magers
The New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame, formerly known as the Albuquerque Sports Hall of Fame, inducted 7 individuals into its 2014 class, including Vicente Francisco “Rocky” Arroyo, Trent Dimas, Ralph Neely, Pete Shock, Bill Bridges, George Young and the late Ralph Kiner. In the coming weeks, we will profile those who have not yet been already been discussed here in the blog.
The 2015 New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame banquet is scheduled for March 1, 2015 at Sandia Resort & Casino. Tickets for the banquet may be purchased through the NMSHOF website.
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[…] Shock is one of seven 2014 inductees to New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame. He was a native of Cliff in Grant County and graduated from Cliff High School in 1968. He was […]
[…] the National Distance Running Hall of Fame in 2003. He was honored in 2014 by being named to the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame. His biography was penned in 1975 by author Frank Dolson in his book “Always Young,” […]
[…] also founded other varied businesses in the Albuquerque area. Rocky Arroyo was inducted into the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame in its 2014 class. Now retired, Arroyo resides in […]
[…] Kiner was a 2014 inductee into the New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame. Ralph’s sole connection to New Mexico is that he was born in 1922 in Santa Rita, now a […]
how to vote on 2017 nominees?
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David, I think the public nominates the candidates. Here’s a link to the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/New-Mexico-Sports-Hall-of-Fame-204409943090018/
Here is a link to the website. A button takes you to the page where you register to vote for your one favorite candidate. You can select one from the list, or nominate your own person. Hope this helps: http://nmshof.com/