Annemarie Treadway Dloniak
When Annemarie played a sport, she played it well, starring in basketball, softball and tennis at Grimsley. She played shortstop and hit cleanup on a state playoff softball team and made the state tennis playoffs in doubles. She was most recognized in basketball, being named the North Carolina High School Athletic Association's Player of the Year in 1983 when she was also an All-American and was named as one of the top 50 players in the country. She continued her basketball career at NC State and played on the Wolfpack's ACC championship teams in 1985 and '87. As a senior, she averaged 35 minutes, 18 points, five rebounds and three assists a game. She stayed involved in the game as a highly respected women's basketball official from 1996-2004. When she wasn't playing sports, Annemarie was first chair violin in the Grimsley orchestra and played in the Greensboro Youth Symphony Orchestra. She now is a vice president at BB&T Bank.