The North Cowichan-Duncan Sports Wall of Fame inducted five new members this weekend.
Former Cowichan Valley Capitals’ star Matt Ellison is among the group inducted.
After 43 games in the National Hockey League with the Chicago Blackhawks and Philadelphia Flyers, Ellison is now playing professionally in the Kontinental Hockey League with Magnitogorsk.
Ellison is ranked seventh all-time in KHL all-time scoring.
During the 2001-02 season, Ellison had 42 goals and 117 points with the Capitals in his third season with the team.
Also honoured was former Canadian Football League offensive lineman Gerry Hornett.
Hornett started playing football with the Cowichan Timbermen in 1975 and would go on to have nine seasons in the CFL with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Calgary Stampeders and the Ottawa Rough Riders.
Archer Shona (Armand) Shadlock also earned recognition.
Shadlock won the 1989 Canadian Championship and BC Summer Games Gold in 1990 for field archery.
In 1990, Shadlock captured gold in Australia to became the first Canadian ever to win a World’s Junior Girls Recurved Bare Bow Championship.
Shadlock also excelled in softball, figure skating, basketball and field hockey.
Multi-sport athlete Glen Martin was recognized for his ability on the golf course and soccer pitch.
Martin was a junior champion four times at the Cowichan Golf and Country Club and was also named to the Winspear Cup team to represent Vancouver Island three times.
Martin is touted as a top soccer player and coach, guiding the Cowichan Football Club Division 1 Senior Team to four Vancouver Island titles.
North-Cowichan Duncan Sports Wall of Fame also welcomed long-time hockey and baseball coach Jack Rochon.
Rochon led a high-powered Pee Wee Capitals team to 130 wins, with only nine losses, from 1982 to 1984.
The team won a provincial championship in 1984, played in front of 1600-fans at Cowichan Arena.