1999 Dixie Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

 
 

STATE BOYS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
TEAM 1961 - 1962
  • Season Record 27-1, League, District, Regional, and State Champions
  • Averaged 68 Points in Tournament Games, with all 5 Seniors scoring double digits in Championship Game
  • Beyond the statistics, the 1962 season points to a time when Dixie was King of Basketball, a time where coaches, players and community all worked together with an exciting energy.
  • TEAM MEMBERS: Roger Crabtree, Mark Hess, Doug Jones, Jerry Marshall, Ron Petry, Gary Seely, Bob Stump, Doug Windham
  • SENIORS: Al Peters, Gary Peffly, Milburn Kincaid, Ron Keener, Byron Hull, Don Brunk
  • COACHES: HEAD –Columbus Hines; ASSISTANT–John Ellis 
  • MANAGERS: Wayne Fisher, Ralph Neth, Ron Carter Jr.
  • CHEERLEADERS: Juanita Booso Stringfellow, Wanda Miller, Pat Henry Kock, Pam Hoops McCallister



HOWARD JENKINS
COACH 1967 - 1990
  • Varsity Wrestling Coach
  • Started Wrestling Program at Dixie in 1967
  • Dual Meet Record of 144-78
  • Invitational Record: 7 Championships, 12 Runner Ups, 5 Third Place Finishes
  • SWBL Runner – Up 5 Years
  • Coached Wrestlers in the State Tournament in 4 decades 1960’s – 1970’s – 1980’s – 1990’s
  • 4 State Quarterfinalists
  • 15 State Qualifiers
  • 4 Regional Champions
  • 138 Regional Qualifiers 
  • 28 Regional Placers
  • 37 District Champions 
  • Dixie Wrestling was ranked in the top 10 Dayton Daily News Area Poll 15 Years.
  • 1977 – Dixie Wrestling had 11 out 13 Wrestlers qualify for Regional Tournament


JAMIE BROWN
PLAYER 1972 - 1976
  • 5 Varsity Letters 4–Football, 1-Track
  • Football – 4 Year Starter at Linebacker and Fullback; 1973 – All League Honorable Mention; 1974 – 1st Team All League, 1st Team All Southwest District, 3rd Team All Ohio, Team Most Valuable Defensive Back; 1975 – 1st Team All League, 1st Team All Southwest District, 1st Team All Greater Dayton, 2nd Team All Ohio, Team Most Valuable Defensive and Offensive Back, Team Most Valuable Player
  • Track – Set School Freshman Record in Shot Put and 4x100 Relay
  • College – Accepted a full ride scholarship to Ball State University to play football and was a two year letterman playing Linebacker and Defensive Line.










KEN BRANCH
PLAYER 1984 - 1987
  • 6 Varsity Letters – 3- Basketball, 3- Track
  • Basketball – 3 Year Starter and Letterman; 1984-85 – 2nd Team All League; 1985-86 – 1st Team All League, 1st Team All Southwest; District, Dayton Daily News All Area Team; 1986-87 – 1st Team All League, SWBL Player of the Year, 1st Team All Southwest District, District 15 All Star, Dayton Daily News All Area, 2nd Team All State, Ohio North/South All Star Team – 25-1 Record Regional Runner Up Ranked 2nd in the Final State Poll.
  • Track – 3 Year Letterman; 2 Time State Qualifier in 800M Run; 1986 – 8th Place Finish, 1987 – 2nd Place Finish; School Record in 800M 1:54.2; 1987 – State Placer in Long Jump 4th – 22’4”; 3 Time SWBL Champion in 800M, 2 Time SWBL Champion in Long Jump and 3200M Relay
  • College – Accepted a Full Scholarship to the University of Dayton to play Basketball.