Charlottetown’s Chris Annett has won more than 1,000 games, coached more than 300 athletes and won more than 50 provincial titles.
Tonight, he will take his spot on the Colonel Gray High School’s Wall of Fame along with three of the teams he coached.
Annett started coaching at the Charlottetown school in 1975.
He has run hockey, football, cross-country running, track and field, soccer and basketball teams to championships.
As coach of the women’s soccer team from 1988 to 2006, Annett’s team captured 16 of 19 provincial titles.
His basketball teams captured 20 P.E.I. championships with many of the teams going undefeated in league play.
The teams being inducted are the 1975-76 men’s basketball team (captains Paul Ellsworth and David (Smiley) McLeod), the 1996-97 women’s basketball team (captains Kate Ellis and Joselyn Cheverie) and the 1999-2000 women’s soccer team (captain Amy Connolly).
There are currently 21 individuals and two teams on the wall of fame.
The ceremony is taking place at the Culinary
Institute of Canada in Charlottetown with funds raised going to the school’s wellness centre and Wall of Fame display area.