2003 HOF

TERRI BENNET
PLAYER 1969-1972
  • 16 Varsity Letters – 4 Volleyball, 4 Basketball, 4 Softball, 4 Track
  • Basketball – 4 Year Letterman and Starter; Started every varsity game all four years of high school; Played Forward; Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior; Averaged 18 points per game    
  • Softball -4 Year Letterman and Starter; Played shortstop and pitcher; Hit 3 homeruns in a game; Most Valuable Player as a senior
  • Track – 4 Year Letterman; Threw discus and ran 440 yard relay and 880 yard relay; One time school record holder in 440 yard relay at 47.8 seconds; One time school record holder in the discus at 81’ 3”
  • Volleyball- 4 year Letterman and 4 year Starter; Most Valuable Player as a junior


WILBUR ”BUD” HOLP
PLAYER 1948-1951
  • 11 Varsity Letters – 4 Basketball, 4 Baseball, 3 Track
  • Basketball – 4 Year Letterman and 3 Year Starter; Played guard, forward, and center; All County Team as a junior and senior; Journal Herald Team as a junior and senior; Captain as a senior; Most Valuable Senior Player in Montgomery County 
  • Baseball -4 Year Letterman and Starter; Played First Base
  • Track – 3 Year Letterman; Threw the shot put and discus;1st Place in discus as a senior in Montgomery County
  • College – played basketball and ran track at Miami University; Graduated from University of Cincinnati as Magna Cum Laude
STAN OLWINE
PLAYER 1964-1967
  • 7 Varsity Letters – 3 Basketball, 3 Baseball, 1 Football
  • Basketball – 3 Year Letterman and Starter; 1965-66, 1966-67 All Dayton Suburban League; 1966-67 Dayton Suburban League Player Year, Southwest District 1st Team, All Greater Dayton, 2nd Team All Ohio; Member of 1966 Class AA State Championship Team; 1965-66 Most Valuable Player – State Tournament; Averaged 25.8 Points per Game  
  • Baseball -3 Year Letterman and Starter; Played Shortstop and Third Base; 1966, 1967 All Dayton Suburban League; 1967 Led team in Batting Average
  • Football – One Year Letterman and Starter at Defensive Back
  • Track – Ran 100M, 200M, and High Jump as a Freshman
  • College – Attended Lindsey-Wilson Junior College in 1969 on  a Full Athletic Scholarship for Basketball
GARY SEELY
PLAYER 1961-1964
  • 6 Varsity Letters- 3 in basketball and 3 in baseball
  • Basketball- 3 year letterman; 1st Team All-League 1963-1964; Top 15 All- Area 1963-1964 (Only player from Class “A” to make the Top 15; Member of the 1964 Varsity team inducted into the Dixie Athletic Hall-of-Fame
  • Baseball- 3 year letterman; Starting outfielder and pitcher 1962-1964; 19-7 career pitching record; 9-1 during senior year (1964); Lost in the State Semi-Finals in 1964