TICONDEROGA - Homecoming at Ticonderoga High School will be highlighted by the induction of four members into the school booster club's hall of fame.
Kristin Bianchine Thompson, Sherry (Ott) Marcum, Joel D. Dolbeck and Brittan Huntington-Bardol will be inducted along with the 1984 Sentinel football team.
The honorees will be cited at a dinner Friday, Oct. 8, at 5 p.m. at the Ticonderoga Knights of Columbus. They will be recognized again during halftime of that night's homecoming football game against St. Lawrence. Game time is 7:30 p.m.
Huntington-Bardol is a 2000 graduate of Ticonderoga. In her high school career she lettered in soccer, basketball and softball.
As a pitcher in softball she posted a 62-11 record with 771 strikeouts in 492 innings. She threw 18 shutouts and eight no-hitters. She was a three-time Champlain Valley Athletic Conference all star in softball. In 1999 and 2000 she was second-team all state.
During her senior year the Sentinel softball team was ranked #1 by the New York State Sports Writers Association for three consecutive weeks.
Huntington-Bardol was a four-year participant in the New York Summer Empire State Games where she was a two time medalist in the javelin throw. She also played for the Adirondack Magic softball team for three seasons.
She was awarded a full scholarship to play softball for Franklin Pierce College in New Hampshire. During her debut as a freshman pitcher, she threw a complete game shutout. She finished her freshman college year with a 10 - 5 record. She played two years of college ball.
Huntington-Bardol graduated from Framingham College in 2006 with a degree in elementary education and a minor in liberal arts.
She is married and resides near Boston where she and her husband, Mike, own and operate MB Concrete & Floors Inc. They are the parents of a daughter, Molly.