LANCASTER - Gordon Crowe not only has a National Indoor Football League championship to his credit, but he now also has been selected for induction into the Garrard County High School Football Hall of Fame.
Crowe helped the Lexington Horsemen win the NIFL championship a week ago. On Aug. 27, he'll go into the Garrard hall of fame along with two other former Garrard players and one former Lancaster standout during halftime of the Garrard-Harrison County game.
This year's hall of fame class was picked by the Lion Pride Football Alumni Association, which started the Hall of Fame last year.
Also elected to the hall were Jeff Hester, Ronnie Daly and Marshall Johnson.
Crowe, a 1996 Garrard graduate, was the Kentucky Class A Player of the Year in 1995 when he earned first-team All-State honors as well as a berth on the Kentucky all-star team. He finished his prep career as Garrard's all-time leading tackler with 361 tackles.