Cape Coral High Announces Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Cape Coral High Announces Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Posted on 10/09/2023
Cape Coral High Announces Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Cape Coral High School is proud to announce the members of the 2024 Cape Coral High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The second class adds a total of seven coaches and players to join the principal, athletic director, State Championship team, three contributors, coach and thirteen student-athletes inducted in last year’s inaugural class.

“This year’s class is exceptional,” says Cape Coral High School Principal Ryan Jackson. “Three student athletes that played professional sports and four stand out coaches are being honored. Beyond their exceptional accomplishments, the one thing that binds them together is their love of Cape Coral High School and being a Seahawk.”

The 2024 Hall of Fame Class includes:

Larry Gary, Current football coach, 2nd most wins in school history, First African American High School Football Coach in Lee County.

James Hale, Football Coach from 1990-2000, Most overall wins, 1993 record of 12-1, ranked 6th in state. Started the SWFL Football recruiting fair.

Dianne Kimble, Current swim coach, 5 State Championship Swimmers, 15 District Titles, 15 Lee County Athletic Conference Championships.

Adam Masino, Class of 2000, Florida Gulf Coast University baseball, Minnesota Twins minor league baseball player. CCHS baseball, football and basketball player.

Shane McClanahan, Class of 2015, University of South Florida baseball, drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays.

Glenn McCombs, Class of 1981: University of Central Florida Football Player, Former Pittsburgh Steeler.

Aldo Nardiello, Soccer Coach from 2006-2017: 2011 State Champion, 5 District Titles, 2 LCAC Championships, 2011 National Coach of the Year.

The inductees will be honored at halftime of Cape Coral High School’s football game against Island Coast High School on Friday, October 13th. The game starts at 7:30 and tickets are available for purchase at