Harry Ladue, class of 1972, has served for 33 years as the boys varsity basketball coach at Windsor High – his alma mater. His players have won over 406 games, four state titles, and have been to the Final Four in Barre 12 times. Ladue is a great teacher about the game and about skills for life. Many of his former players have gone on to share their love of the game. Ladue has been inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame and the Vermont Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame. He is also a member of the Windsor High School Athletic Wall of Fame. Ladue is respected by coaches, officials and the media throughout Vermont. The former WHS alum was a three-sport standout and serves as the town’s recreation director.
Ryan Hingston, a 2002 graduate, is one of the finest athletes to graduate from Windsor High School, where he was an all-star player in football, basketball and baseball. He was voted to represent Vermont in three so-called Twin State Senior All-Star games, including the annual Shrine Maple Sugar Football Game, where he scored a touchdown. The Burlington Free Press named the 1,029-point career scorer to its all-state basketball team. He batted over .400 as a standout catcher for Windsor, where he is honored on the school’s athletic Wall of Fame. While still in high school, Hingston volunteered his time coaching and refereeing youth programs.