1997 Dixie Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees





DON ETTER
PLAYER 1943 - 1947
  • 8 Varsity Letters – 4 Basketball, 4 Baseball
  • Basketball – 3 Year Varsity Starter; 1946-47 Montgomery County League 1 st Team; Averaged Double Figures Scoring 1946-47; 1946-47 Montgomery County League Champions
  • Baseball - 4 Year Starter; Played First Base and Pitcher
  • College - Attended Miami University, University of Dayton











SUSIE ALBRECHT
PLAYER 1963 - 1967
  • Member of the Girls Athletic Association (GAA) for four years.
  • Actively involved in basketball and softball
  • Tremendous shooter in basketball
  • Played 1st base in softball
  • Consistently led team in home runs
  • In 1966 led her softball team to the Montgomery Co. Championship
  • Attended Ohio University
  • Played basketball and softball for 3 years
  • Played Center in basketball and First Base in softball
  • Played basketball overseas in Salzburg, Austria









MARK SIZEMORE
PLAYER 1965 - 1969

  • Nine Varsity Letters

  • Football - 3 Year two way starter - Split End and Safety 3 Year record of 21 Wins - 5 Loses - I Tie

  • 1966-1967 Led Team in Receptions

  • 1967 Most Valuable Team Offensive Lineman

  • 1967 School Record 25 yards per reception

  • 1967-1968 First Team All-League Basketball - 3 Year starter Point Guard

  • 3 Year Record 53 Wins - 14 Loses

  • 1967-68 and 1968-69 Team Most Defensive Player, Most Steals and Assists

  • 1968-69 First Team All-League, Team Co-Captain, Dayton Daily News Player of the Week, Special Mention All Greater Dayton, Dayton Dailyand Journal Herald

  • Baseball - 3 Year starter 1969 Team Most Valuable Player

  • Leading Hitter.457 Avg. College - University of Dayton

  • Full Scholarship Started on Freshman Team Lettered as a sophomore on an NIT team



RON COMER
PLAYER 1962 - 1966
  • 9 Varsity Letters (4-Football, 2-Basketball, 3-Track)
  • Football- two-way starter for 4 years; All League Defense as a sophomore; All League Offense and Defense as a junior and senior; Most Valuable Player 3 times; All-State as a senior; Rushed for over 3,000 career yards; Named to Greater Dayton 1st Team as a junior and senior; Set a school record with a 93 yard kick-off return
  • Basketball- member of 1966 State Championship Team; Earned two varsity letters; Played Forward and Center
  • Track- 3 year member of the track team
  • College- 4 year member of the Bowling Green Football Program; Accepted a full scholarship to BGSU; Earned a Bachelor Degree in 1970



GARY PEFFLY
PLAYER 1958 - 1962
COACH 1974 - 1997
  • 10 Varsity Letter (2-Football,3-Basketball,3-Baseball,1-Track)
  • Football- two year starter, 1961 MVP, Captain 1961 season
  • Basketball- member of 1962 Sate Championship Team; All Tournament Team: District, Regional, State in 1962; Leading scorer in Regional and State Finals (21 and 24 pts.); Montgomery County League Champions in ’59-’60, ’60-’61, ’61-‘62; 1st Team All League in 1962; 67 career victories
  • Baseball- three year starter (shortstop & centerfield); Montgomery County League Champions all three years; 3 District titles
  • Track and Field- ran the 110 & 220 yard dashes, high jump, And anchored the 880 relay
  • College- Otterbein College: BS in Education, played basketball and baseball
  • Coaching -28 years as a head basketball coach (23 at Dixie); 9 years as head golf coach at Dixie; Coached baseball (5years), track (4 years), football (5 years)
  • Honors- 6 League titles, 5 District titles, 2 Regional runner-up, 1 Regional title, 1 State runner-up, 7 Holiday titles, 330 career victories (275 at Dixie High School); Numerous state level awards and All-Star game appearances; OHSBCA Hall-of-Fame honoree for 300 victories; Awarded the “Bob Arnzen Longevity Award” from OHSAA