"Andy" Scott Bostick
Joe Lee Harley
"Curtis" Lynn Hudson
Otis Thomas "Tripp" Kelly
William Charles "Pap" Lewis
Harold "Glenn" McCrary
"Allen" Carpenter Pate
Troy "Webster" Williams

Chick-Fil-A Florence Athletic Hall Of Fame


William Charles "Pap" Lewis

• Graduated Mather Academy High School, Chester, SC Lettered in Football, Basketball, Track and Tennis
• Graduated Hampton University 1950 with B. S. degree in Physical Education and Minor in Science
• Lettered in Football, Basketball, Track, Tennis, and Swimming at Hampton Named to All CIAA team in each sport
• Coached Wilson High School from 1950-55 and won the 3A State Football Championship 1953 and team is a member of the WHS Athletic Hall of Fame. Also coached Track, Basketball and served as Athletic Director.
• Coached Wilson High to 3A State Basketball Runner-up 1953
• Coached Football, Basketball and Track at Booker T Washington (Columbia). Won State Championship in Track 1959 & 1960 and 3A Upper State Football Championship in 1960.
• Coached Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball and was Athletic Director at Barr Street High (Lancaster) and won 4A State Basketball Championship in 1966
• Coached Barr Street High to 4A Upper State Championships in football and basketball and State Championship in baseball in 1967
• Coached Barr Street High to 4A Upper State Football Championship and State Championship in Basketball 1968
• Coached Barr Street to 4A Upper State Football Championship and coached two State Individual Track Champions in 1969
• Coached Lancaster High in Basketball and Tennis. Tennis team won Region Championship in 1973 and had Singles and Doubles State Champion.
• Upper State Tennis Coach of the Year in 1974
• Coached in South Carolina All Star Basketball Game 1975
• Coached Lancaster High Basketball to playoffs in 1975, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1989
• Inducted into South Carolina Coaches Hall of Fame in 2006
• Received the Dedicated Service Award from the Senate of South Carolina in 2004
• Served in the Naval Services from 1944-45 on an attack cargo ship. Was drafted out of Hampton Institute as a bow swain’s mate. Was one of the first African-Americans to enter the Navy at a Seaman’s Class.
• Member, Choir, Deacon, Elder and Treasurer of the Ladson Presbyterian Church in Lancaster. Father was the first football coach at S. C. State College.