Have a look at Section 4 Hall of Fame Class of 2019
Staff Report — Published 9:29 a.m. ET Feb. 21, 2019
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Inductees will be recognized at their choice of basketball-championship venues on March 2.
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Nora McGrail a 2000 graduate of Stamford Central School was best known for her achievements on the basketball court. Nora played four years of varsity basketball, during her tenure the team was 86-8, her teams won 4 Delaware League titles, 3 Delaware League Cross-over Championships, 2 Sectional Class D Championships and played in 2 State Tournaments. Nora finished her basketball career at Stamford scoring 1117 points and 1047 rebounds.
Nora also starred on the soccer field playing four years of Varsity soccer. Nora was voted Most Improved Player on the team her freshman-Junior years and was voted MVP her senior year. Nora was an honorable mention all-star her sophomore year and a 1st team Delaware League All- star her junior and senior years.
Nora also played softball for three years. Voted most improved her freshman year, voted MVP her sophomore and senior year. A 2nd team Delaware League all-star her freshman and sophomore years and a 1st team all-star her senior year.
Once out of High School Nora played Bronx Irish soccer in a league in Manhattan and also played NY Ladies Gaelic football playing for two teams Mayo and Na Fianna. Her teams won numerous championships with these two teams and voted a league all-star numerous times.
Nora is a graduate of Manhattan College in 2004 with an Accounting degree. But after assisting her mother with a long term illness decided to go back to school and perused a degree in nursing at Mildred-Elley. Nora now works as a nurse at Triboro Rehabilitation and Nursing Home in the Bronx. Nora continues to live in Yonkers to this day.
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McGrail, Nora [MC2004]
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