The Eleventh Blue Streak Wall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held on April 16, 2016 at The Belvidere Manor, 689 Water Street Belvidere, New Jersey. Social hour from 4:00-5:00 p.m.  Dinner begins at 5:00 p.m.  Please check back for ticket information as the time draws closer. 

September 30, 2015 is the deadline for applications for induction into the Wall of Fame in 2016.  Please send applications to:  Warren Hills Wall of Fame Committee, c/o Warren Hills Regional H.S., 41 Jackson Valley Road, Washington, NJ 07882
Teams and individuals inducted in April 2016:
Amber DeHass
Joan Duryea
Ralph Fiore Jr.
Ralph Fiore Sr.
Joe Heverin 
Laurie Kerr 
Robert Lockhart
Michael Nemeth
 Ben Oberly
James Rush
Taylor Rush 
Michael (Mick) Torre
 1975 Baseball
2005 Baseball
2006 Boy's Tennis 
2014 Field Hockey
Blue Streak "Wall of Fame"

The"Blue Streak Wall of Fame" was established to recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals from Washington and Warren Hills Regional High Schools for their athletic accomplishments and contributions. 

The concept of the Blue Streak Wall of Fame was introduced to the Warren Hills Administration and Board of Education in March of 1998 by the district's Athletic Director, Nick Holgash. Under his direction, a committee of eleven community members was selected to help develop a Wall of Fame Constitution and to then serve as the selection committee.The Board of Education supported and approved the athletic director's Wall of Fame concept and provided the selection committee the opportunity to develop guidelines for the selection process.  After numerous meetings, the committee was able to develop a constitution.   The first formal induction ceremony was held on March 26, 2000. 

It is the hope of the Warren Hills athletic community that friends and family of any deserving and qualifying candidate will take the time in the near future to submit an application for consideration into this elite group. Ultimately, the Blue Streak Wall of Fame will become an important tradition of both the community and school.

The Warren Hills Regional School District challenges and empowers a dynamic, diverse student body in a supportive learning environment
by providing academic and co-curricular opportunities to become successful, productive members of the global community.