History with Chuck: CHS softball pitcher Kim Weindorfer’s no-hitter in ’93 | ’03 CHS grad Judge Sandher swears in as family court judge

Cheltenham High School senior softball pitcher Kim Weindorfer (now known as Kimberly Small) etched her name into the school record books with a 3-1 no-hit victory against Souderton High on Tuesday, April 13, 1993.

According to local historian Chuck Langerman, her performance marked the first no-hitter in Cheltenham High softball history since the late social studies teacher George Reim started the Panthers’ program in 1977.

Kim, who struck out three and walked three, gave up 15 ground balls in her pitching masterpiece.

She is now a science educator in the Upper Dublin Township School District. For more on her teaching career, you can click here.

In related business, Judge Regindapaul Sandher, a 2003 Cheltenham High School graduate, was sworn in as a family court judge in Philadelphia on February 29.

According to Langerman, Sandher played football at both Cheltenham High and Albright University.

He has been a family court lawyer for the last ten years.

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