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Hall of Fame

2004 Inductees

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Lisa Eveland - Class of 1981

Lisa graduated from Logan Elm as one of our outstanding athletes. She earned nine Varsity letters while participating in Softball, Basketball and Volleyball. Lisa was
named Mid State League porn cartoon Player of the Year for Softball in 1981.

LEAGUE AWARDS:

Basketball
Three-year letter winner

Softball
Four-year letter winner
Freshman Year:
Sectional short term loans and District Champions
Junior Year:
Sectional Champions
Mid State League Champions
1st Team All Mid-State League
Most Valuable Player
Senior Year:
Mid State League Champions
1st Team All Mid-State League
Most Valuable Player
Mid State League Player of the Year

Volleyball
Two-year letter winner
Honorable Mention – Gazette All Area Team

COACHING:
1998 7th Grade All Mid-State League Champions
1998 Mid-State League Tournament Champions
1999 8th Grade All Mid-State League Champions

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Science in Education from Bowling Green State University Masters Degree in the Art of Education from Marygrove University

CURRENTLY:
Lisa is a Physical Education teacher at Logan Elm High School. In addition, she coaches the following teams: Varsity Volleyball, Varsity Softball and Junior Varsity Basketball.

FAMILY:
Husband: Richard Eveland
Daughters: Danielle and Deanna Eveland
Son: Kyle Amateur Porn Eveland
Parent: Shirley Rife


Charles Pritchard - Class of 1956

Chuck graduated from Laurelville High School. He earned three Varsity letters while participating in Basketball. Chuck began his coaching career at Logan Elm in 1967. He also held the position of Athletic Director, Assistant Football diflucan online Coach and Assistant Baseball Coach. In addition, Chuck was Principal of Saltcreek Elementary for eight years and of Washington Elementary for ten years.

LEAGUE AWARDS:

Basketball
Three-year letter winner
Leading Scorer in the County – average of 26.3 points per game
Team Most Valuable Player
All-county Bill Sauer Sportsmanship Award
All-county Most Valuable Player in 1956

COLLEGE AWARDS:
Wilmington College of Ohio 1956-1960
Basketball Team Most Valuable Player his Senior Year
Who’s Who in Small College Sports
Ranked 3rd in the Nation for Free Throw Percentage with 87.3%

EDUCATION:
B.S. in Education from Wilmington College
Masters Degree in Administration from Xavier University

EMPLOYMENT:
Teacher and Principal in the Logan Elm School District for 25 years
Retired with 32 years of service in Education
Former Pickaway County Commissioner

COACHING:
Logan Elm School District
Varsity Boys Basketball Coach 1967-1972
SVC League Title for two years
SVC Coach of the Year for two years
Sectional Champions
Attained 100th Basketball Coaching Victory in 1970
Coordinated the first 5th and 6th Grade Basketball Program
7th Grade Girls Basketball Coach
Assistant Football Coach
Assistant Baseball Coach

Huntington High School
Varsity Boys Basketball Coach 1963-1966
Co-Coach of the Year in the Ross County League in 1965
Unofficially made 256 consecutive foul shots

Corning High School
Varsity Boys Basketball Coach 1960-1962
18-5 Record his first season as Head Coach
District Semi-Finals in Athens

CURRENTLY:
Chuck is a volunteer coach for the church youth basketball team and is enjoying his Retirement.

FAMILY:
Wife of 43 years: Sharon Pritchard
Son: Matthew Pritchard
Daughter: Lori Pritchard Clark
Grandchildren: Alyvia, Cole, Carly, Colin and Claire

 

Lynn Strehle - Class of 1978

Lynn graduated from Logan Elm as one of our outstanding athletes. He earned five Varsity letters while participating in Football and Baseball. Lynn holds current Baseball School Records for Career Batting Average of .454 and Strikeouts in a Single Game with (18 for 7 Innings) 25 total.

LEAGUE AWARDS:

Baseball
Three-year letter winner
Junior Year:
All Mid-State League Champions
Team Records:
Tied - Most Hits in a Single Game
Tied - Doubles in a Single Game
Tied - Most Home Runs in a Single Game
Most Doubles for the Season with 7
Most Hits for the Season with 34
Highest Batting Average with .430
School Record:
Most Runs Batted In with 31
Senior Year:
First Team All Mid-State League
Selected to play in the All Ohio All Star Game
Sectional and District Champions
Regional Runners-up
1st Team from Pickaway County in Baseball Regional Finals
Team Records:
Tied - Most Home Runs for Season
Tied - Most Runs Batted In for a Single Game
Tied - Most Doubles in a Single Game
Tied - Most Home Runs in a Single Game
Highest Earned Run Average of 2.05
Team Most Valuable Pitcher
School Record:
Most Runs Batted In with 33

COACHING:
Lynn coached Baseball and Football at Zane Trace High School for 16 years.
For 3 years Lynn held the position of Head Football Coach at Zane Trace.

OFFICIATING:
Lynn has officiated High School Basketball for 20 years. During that time,
he cartoon porn was selected and officiated at:
64 Sectional Tournament Games
28 District Tournament Games
11 Regional nude celebrities Tournament Games
5 black girl porn State Tournament Games
1 Boys All Ohio All Star Game

CURRENTLY:
Lynn has been employed at DuPont in Circleville for 25 years. He and his wife Beth have resided in the Kingston area for lesbian porn 23 years.

FAMILY:
Wife: Beth Strehle
Father: William Strehle
Sister: Angie Malone


Eric Maxson - Award of Merit

LOGAN ELM HALL OF FAME
2004 AWARD OF MERIT

The Award of Merit was established to recognize individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to benefit Logan Elm Athletics. Mr. Eric Maxson is the recipient for 2004. Eric graduated from Logan Elm High School in 1977. He was a four-year member of the basketball team and a one-year member of the baseball team. Eric served as President of the Logan Elm Booster Club for 6 years. He would like to thank the officers, friends, coaches, family and parents for all of their support with the booster club. He would like to send special thanks to the coaches who worked concessions every week at bingo, worked the bingo floor and also for their cooperation in allowing the boosters to work on larger facility projects. Without those many people, he could not have achieved the outstanding goals that were set. All of that hard work and commitment resulted in: Three sets of Bleachers at the football stadium, Press Box, All-Weather Track, Track Equipment, Equipment Building, New Uniforms for All Sports Teams, Soccer Equipment, Weight Room Equipment, New Trophy Cases at McDowell, Athletic Banners in McDowell Gym, National Cheerleading Competition in Florida and Awards for the High School Academic Renaissance Program. In addition, Eric helped Laurelville PTO raise $25,000 to install new playground equipment by coordinating the basketball shoot each summer at the Laurelville Carnival. Eric also has been scorekeeper/clock keeper at several freshman games. Eric accepts this award on behalf of the booster officers, coaches, friends, family and parents who helped him to achieve these accomplishments.

The Logan Elm Athletic Department is very pleased to take this opportunity to honor Mr. Eric Maxson with this Award of Merit. Please take a moment after the ceremony to congratulate him for a job WELL DONE!

CURRENTLY:
Eric is owner of Laurelville Grain & Mill Company since 1988. It is a family owned business for 50 years, serving the gay porn agriculture needs for the farming community.

FAMILY:
Lovely Wife of 25 years: Diane Maxson
Daughters: Makiah and celebrity nude Erica Maxson