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Four to Be Inducted Into Covington Catholic Sports Hall of Fame

Covington Catholic’s 33rd Annual Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony is scheduled for January 29, 2014. Inductees are alumni Rob Harmon ‘02, Kevin Listerman ’95, Brian Marshall ‘98 and Andy Zerhusen ’95.

The ceremony will take place at The Gardens of Park Hills. Doors open at 6:00 PM with hors d’oeuvres and drinks. A buffet dinner begins at 7:00 PM with the ceremony following. Cost is $30. Reservations can be made online at www.covcath.org or by contacting Athletic Director Mike Guidugli at [email protected] or (513) 448-2240.

Rob Harmon, Class of 2002, was a three-year letterman in baseball. He compiled a career pitching record of 23-3 including a perfect 13-0 mark in his senior year on the State Championship team that went 40-3. In addition to the record setting wins in a single season, he also holds single season records for most strikeouts (144) and most innings (80), as well as career records for most wins (23) and most innings (175). Rob’s performance on the mound earned him numerous All-Star, All-Region and All-State nominations as both a junior and senior. As a senior, he was Tournament MVP at both Regionals and Sectionals. 

Kevin Listerman, Class of 1995, was a three-year varsity starter in basketball where he made his impact immediately with his defensive tenacity. During those three years, the Colonel basketball team had a remarkable 79-18 record. Individually, Kevin set a school record for most steals in a season (124) as a junior, and school career records for most steals (291) and most assists (242). Kevin was named to numerous All-Star teams and was the recipient of the prestigious Dave Cowens Hustle Award in the 9th Region in both his junior and senior seasons. Kevin was also a major contributor to the baseball team that won back-to-back Regional titles in ’94 and ’95.

Brian Marshall, Class of 1998, was an exceptional runner in both cross country and track earning four varsity letters in each. He was a member of seven Regional title teams. As a freshman, Brian was one of the leading runners on the cross country team that won the State Championship in 1994, and as a senior, led the cross country team to a State Runner-Up finish. He won numerous awards including All-State accolades in multiple years and was named Runner of the Year by the Enquirer in cross country. In track, he was a major contributor in distance events on teams that won four consecutive Regional titles.

Andy Zerhusen, Class of 1995, was a two-year starter on the football team where his teams went 25-5 over the two year period and won two State titles. As a senior, he won several awards including 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team Coaches Association All-Stars and 1st Team on both the KY Post and the Enquirer All-Star teams. Andy also had a very successful track career that culminated in his winning the shot put in the State Meet as a senior. He was selected 1st Team All-State and was the recipient of the CCH Most Valuable Field Man award.

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Covington Catholic is a college preparatory high school located at 1600 Dixie Highway in Park Hills, Kentucky. This nationally-recognized Blue Ribbon school has an enrollment of 570 males. Its mission is to embrace the Gospel message of Jesus Christ in order to educate students spiritually, academically, physically, and socially.