Retired Bath Haverling coach Wayne Carroll inducted into Section 5 Football Hall of Fame

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Former Bath Haverling coach Wayne Carroll, with family, friends, coaches and former players, was inducted into the Section 5 Football Hall of Fame on April 4 in Rochester.

Retired Bath Haverling football coach Wayne Carroll was one of 12 people inducted into the Section 5 Football Hall of Fame on April 4.

The ceremony took place at the RIT Inn and Conference Center. This year's inductees were scheduled to be honored in 2020, but the ceremony was delayed because of the pandemic.

Carroll compiled a coaching record of 183-101 over 32 seasons. He coached Haverling from 1992 to 2018, guiding the Rams to six Section 5 championships and 10 league titles. Haverling made it to the state final four in 2001, 2002, 2008 and 2015. The Rams were a state quarterfinalist in 2003.

Former Bath Haverling coach Wayne Carroll was inducted into the Section 5 Football Hall of Fame on April 4 in Rochester.

Carroll coached at Romulus from 1985 to 1989, with his time there highlighted by a sectional title in 1988. Romulus won league titles under Carroll in 1987 and 1988.

This year's other Hall of Fame inductees:

  • John Ahern (Greece Athena lineman).
  • Paul Brigandi (East coach).
  • Tim Campe (Aquinas running back/linebacker).
  • John Cataline (Finger Lakes Chapter of Certified Football Officials).
  • Rob Cerone (Greece Athena coach).
  • Craig Chilton (East coach).
  • Jason Collins (Greece Olympia quarterback).
  • Matt Cutaia (Webster receiver/defensive back).
  • Maurice Jackson (Marshall receiver).
  • Dan McGrath (Webster receiver/defensive back).
  • Ben Woolston (Aquinas offensive lineman).

The Hall of Fame was createdin 1998 and has nearly 270 members.