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The FCIAC will be inducting six new members into its Hall of Fame when the conference holds its year-end ceremony on June 18 at the Norwalk Inn.

The Hall of Fame Class of 2020 will include wrestling coaches Charles Anderson of Trumbull and Jason Shaughnessy of Warde, Wilton baseball coach Tim Eagan, Norwalk field hockey coach Kyle Seaburg, Ludlowe girls tennis coach John Reisert, and Greenwich administrator Ralph Mayo.

The FCIAC will also be honoring Trumbull’s Jerry McDougall with the Ralph King Award, and New Canaan’s Vin Iovino with the John Kuczo Award.

The Ralph King Award is given to a distinguished coach and “recognizes someone who has made substantial contributions to the FCIAC in their career.”

The John Kuczo Award is given to a “professional educator and recognizes someone who has made significant contributions to high school athletics while exhibiting the qualities of leadership, integrity and professionalism which are synonymous with the man to whom this award is named.”

david.stewart@hearstmediact.com; @dstewartsports