Carter Paysinger will be receiving the McCarthy Lifetime Achievement Award
Tony Behrstock was an all-everything golfer at Beverly and was named the Ocean League MVP in 1985. He continued playing at San Diego State and Cal State Northridge. He has played in two U.S. Amateur Championships, won 13 club championships at Hillcrest Country Club where he holds the course record (62). Tony has also won many local amateur events, including the Kelly Cup (Lakeside Golf Club), Macbeth (Wilshire Country Club) and SCGA Tournament of Club Champions (2000). Tony lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Julie, and their three children.
Robert Countryman was a three sport varsity athlete at Beverly, and he has been the quarterbacks coach for the Normans since 1991 He was all-league in basketball his sophomore, junior and senior years, all-westside in basketball his junior and senior years, all-league and all-westside quarterback his senior year, all-league defensive back as a junior and senior, and all-CIF and all-state in track where he was 2nd in the CIF 3A division in the triple jump and 9th in the state as a junior and senior. Robert attended USC where he played football and ran track. After graduation, he began a career in television. Robbie, his wife, Dawna, and their two children live in Los Angeles.
Stacy Margolin Potter was a tennis star at Beverly. She played tennis at USC and won the NCAA title as a freshman and NCAA team title her sophomore year. Stacy turned pro after her sophomore year at USC with a world ranking of 18. Stacy played on the professional tour for seven years. After retiring from the tour, Stacy received a degree in Sociology from UCLA and a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology from Pepperdine University. She lives in Ojai with her husband, Ian. Her brother, Mike, is the boy’s tennis coach at Beverly.
Chris Williams was an all-star football and baseball player for the Normans. He was all-league in football his junior and senior years and 1st Team all-CIF as a sophomore, junior and senior, as well as being named the L.A. Times Westside Player of the Year his senior year and receiving the Scholar Athlete Award. He initially went to Harvard where he played freshman football. He transferred to UC Berkeley where he went on to play all four years for the Cal rugby team. During his first season, they won the National Championship, and he was recognized as the Most Valuable Player of the championship tournament. He captained the rugby team his senior year and then went on to play rugby for the United States Rugby Team. Chris continued on to law school and currently practices law in southern California where he resides with his wife, Vania.
Brad Turell was a two sport varsity athlete while at Beverly. He was all-CIF in basketball, all-league in basketball for two years and all-league in baseball for one year as a pitcher. Brad attended UC Santa Barbara where he played four years on a basketball scholarship. He was also a pitcher on the baseball team until he dislocated his shoulder sophomore year against the Australian National Basketball team. Brad has been working in the entertainment industry for the past 20 years. He and his wife and three children live in Los Angeles.
BHAAA is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing funding for the athletic department at Beverly Hills High School. BHAAA has raised close to $1 million which have been used to purchase new uniforms for every team at the high school as well as new baseball dugouts and bleachers, new scoreboards for Nickoll Field and the swim gym, and new baskets and backboards for the outdoor basketball courts (in conjunction with the Beverly Hills Basketball League). BHAAA has also purchased equipment for many Beverly teams, including wrestling, cheerleading, softball, football and water polo. For more information on BHAAA, visit www.bhaaa.org or e-mail email@example.com.