1996 Dixie Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

 


DEAN McCLOUD
PLAYER 1960 - 1961
  • Football- Dean was a punishing runner and tackler.  A dislocated shoulder cut short his football career and cost him a scholarship to Indiana University.
  • Basketball- Dean was an excellent rebounder and jump shooter.  Dean was one of the main reasons the Hounds reached the Regional Tournament in 1961.




DOUG JONES
PLAYER 1959 - 1963
  • 8 Varsity Letters – 3 Track, 2 Basketball, 3 Football
  • Track – 2 Year Varsity Letterman in the Shot Put and Discus 
  • Basketball – Member of 1962 State Championship Team, 1963 – 1st  Team All Little Buckeye League, 1963 – Team Captain and Leading Rebounder
  • Football – 3 Year Starter at Linebacker and Tackle, 1960,1961,1962 – 1st Team All League, 1962 – Dayton Daily News All Greater Dayton Team, Journal Herald All Area Team, Team MVP and Co-Captain, Offensive and Defensive Team Little Buckeye, 1961, 1962 Team Leading Tackler
  • College – Accepted a Full Scholarship to the University of Dayton to play football, where he was a 3 year letterman and starter at Linebacker and Center



TONI ALLEN
PLAYER 1977 - 1981
  • 9 Varsity Letters
  • Volleyball – 3 Year Starter and Letterman, 1978-1979 Varsity Top Scorer – 101 Points, 1979-1980 Varsity Top Scorer – 211 Points, 1980-1981 1st All League, Team MVP
  • Basketball – 3 Year Letterman, 1978-1979 Varsity Leading Scorer – 191 Points, 1978-1979 All League Honor Mention, 1979-1980 Varsity Leading Score – 228 Points, 1980-1981 Varsity Leading Scorer – 362 Points, 1980-1981 1st Team All League, Team MVP, 1981 School Record 41 Points
  • Softball – 1979 All League Honorable Mention, 1980, 1981 1st Team All League, 1980-1981 Team MVP
  • Jim Anderson Award 1981 –Most Outstanding Female Athlete
  • Played Volleyball and Softball at Wilmington College

MARC SMITH
PLAYER 1964 - 1968
  • 8 Varsity Letters – 3 Football, 3 Basketball, 1 Track, 1 Baseball
  • Basketball - 1966 State Champions, 1967, 1968 All League, 1967-68 All City, All Southwest Ohio, All State
  • Football - 1966, 1967 All league, 1967 All City, All Southwest Ohio, All State, 1967 Team Ranked in Top 10 in Ohio, Miami University – 1968-1972, 3 Year Starting Linebacker, 1970, 1971 1st Team MAC, 1970, 1971 Honorable Mention All-American
  • Professional Football - Denver Broncos – 1972, Green Bay Packers – 1973, Youngstown Hardhats – 1973-1975



CINDY STOUT
PLAYER 1974 - 1978
  • 11 Varsity Letters
  • Volleyball – All League Honors 1975-1977, Team MVP 1976, 1977, Serving Percentage Award 1977
  • Basketball – All League Honors 1976-1977, 1977-1978, Top Team Scorer 1976-1977, 1977-1978, High Single Game 38 Points, Free Throw Percentage Award 1977-1978
  • Softball -  All League Honors 1976,1977,1978, 1978 Team Fielding Percentage Award, Batting Average Award, Slugging Percentage Award
  • Cheerleader and Dixie Mascot 2 years
  • 1994 Wilmington College Athletic Hall of Fame Inductee for Volleyball and Softball




TED SIZEMORE
PLAYER 1965 - 1969

  • 9 Varsity Letters

  • Football - Most Valuable Offensive Lineman, Co-Captain 1968

  • Baseball - 3 yeat starter at catcher, 1967 League and District Champions, 1969 All Dayton Suburban League

  • Team Co-Captain Basketball - 1967, 1968, 1969 League Champions, District Champions, Regional Runner-up 1968

  • Team leading Scorer, Team MVP 1968-69, All Dayton Suburban League 1968-69, Player of he Year 1969, All Southwest District Player of the Year1969, Journal Herald An-Area Team 1968-1969,

  • Dayton Daily News All Greater Dayton Team 1969 (only class "A" player chosen), District 15 Class "A" Player of the Year 1969, First Team all Ohio 1969, Honorable Mention All-American1969

  • 1,205 Career Points

  • Received a Scholarship to the University of Dayton - 1970 Varsity Letterman-Led Freshman in scoring