The Vienna High School Sports Hall of Fame will add three more members to its ranks when it has its induction ceremony Tuesday night before the varsity boys basketball game between Vienna and Century.
Joining the Hall will be Charles N. Crews (Class of 1963), Garrett Davis (Class of 2006) and Derek Trovillion (Class of 2008).
Biographical information for the three new inductees are listed below.
Charles N. Crews
Class of 1963
Led team in scoring and rebounding
MVP in basketball for 1962 and 1963 seasons while becoming only player in VHS history to record 30-30 game — 30 points and 30 rebounds vs. Mounds City
Holds top four single-game rebound totals with two 30-rebound games
Had 39-point, 25-rebound vs. Carterville
Scored 972 points and had 735 rebounds fourth all time) during high school career
Holds single-season rebound record with 396 in 1963
Named to All-State Team in 1963
Received scholarship to Mississippi State University where he started a majority of their games his sophomore, junior and senior years
Class of 2006
Three-year varsity letter winner in basketball and four-year letter winner in baseball
Becomes first father-son duo to enter Hall of Fame with his father, Brad Davis
Outstanding shooter in basketball — he hit 49 percent from the field his senior year and scored 482 points
Scored 1,128 points in his career, including 103 3-pointers
Helped lead team to basketball regional title in 2005 and baseball regional titles in 2006
Hit .479 his senior year and had a four-year career batting average of .362 with 112 hits
Named school’s Most Valuable Athlete in 2005-06
Class of 2008
Four-year varsity letterman in baseball and basketball. School’s Most Valuable Athlete in 2006-07
Major contributor in team winning two regionals in basketball and two in baseball
Scored 924 points with 158 3-pointers (most all time) and 324 rebounds during basketball career
One of top hitters in VHS history, hitting .407 and .438 in back-to-back seasons, 2006 and 2007
Has four-year batting average of. 404 with 29 HR and 149 RBIs
As a pitcher, recorded a 29-13 record with 311 strikeouts in 257 innings
Received scholarships to play in college at John A. Logan and Southern Illinois University.