Pete George

Official ⋅ Class of 1982

Fenton High School

Pete George started his coaching career at Glenbard East High School. He organized the wrestling program in 1961 where he was the head wrestling coach and assistant in football. His high school teams compiled a record of 58-25-3 for the next seven years at the relatively new high school. He later moved to MacMurray College where he coached seven more years, compiling an outstanding record of 68-22-0. His wrestlers won over 50 individual titles while capturing 11 team championships. His first season at MacMurray, he was nominated for the “Rookie College Wrestling Coach of the Year. His combine record for coaching 14 years is 126-47-3. In 1975 Pete was NAIA District 20 Coach of the Year.

Pete has been very active in officiating, especially on the college level. He has worked the midlands tournament for over 10 years and was selected as the head official at the NCAA Division III tournament in 1978. He also worked Division III this year. He has worked the Big 10; the Midwest Regional; NCAA Division II; The NAIA This year and of course he has worked the ultimate in officiating, the NCAA Division I tournament. Pete has worked this tournament 4 times, including this year.

Pete is a native of Washing ton; Pennsylvania. He is currently the Athletic Director Fenton High School.

Grand Marshal 1986

Cannonsburg, Penn

Hall of Fame 1993

National Junior College

Hall of Fame 1993

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