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Hall of Fame

2010 Inductees

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Kristen Tisdale

Kristen is gay sex one of Logan Elm’s outstanding student athletes.  While at Logan Elm, Kristen achieved varsity letters in Track, Softball, Volleyball and Basketball.

In Volleyball,  Kristen was awarded Most Valuable Player for Logan Elm in 2002 and 2003. She was 1st Team MSL in 2001, 2002 and 2003,  and also was named Player of the Year in 2002. Kristen was 2nd team SouthEast District in 2003.

In Basketball, Kristen was Logan Elm’s Most Valuable Player in 2004, 1st Team MSL and First Team SouthEast District.  Kristen still holds basketball records at LE for Most Rebounds in a single game and Most Double/Doubles for points and rebounds in a season.  Kristen was also 3-time Wendy’s Player of the Week, and received the Circleville Herald Award as Pickaway County Outstanding Senior Basketball Player.

Kristen was also the recipient of the Renee Cavender Award as the Outstanding Female Athlete at Logan Elm in 2004.

Kristen graduated from Ohio University Athens in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Admin black girl porn istration.   She is currently employed at Adena Health System.

Her parents are Marlin and Darcy Tisdale.


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Jonathan “Tyler” Jenkins

Tyler is one of Logan Elm’s outstanding student athletes.  While at Logan Elm Tyler achieved varsity letters in football and wrestling.

In Football, Tyler was an integral part of Logan Elm’s first Playoff Team in 2000 and as Captain, a return to the Playoffs in 2001.  Tyler received 1st Team MSL in 2000 and 1st Team MSL in 2001.  He was also Player of the Year in the MSL in 2002.  He was named Wendy’s Player of the Week in 2000 and 2001, and First Team SouthEast District in both 2000 and 2001. Tyler also won the Bill McGaffney Award as the Outstanding Football Player in Pickaway County in 2001.

In Wrestling, Tyler was a District Qualifier in 2000 and 2001.  He was on the SouthEast Ohio Coaches’ Association All Star Team and was a State Tournament Alternate in 2002.  Tyler set records at Logan Elm for most wins in a season with 38 and most pins in a season with 28.  Tyler also won the John Pharr Award as the Outstanding Wrestler in Pickaway County. milf porn He is the only athlete in Pickaway County to win both the Outstanding Football Player and Outstanding Wrestler of the Year Awards.

Tyler graduated from Wittenberg University in 2006 and is employed as the Industry Practice Administrator for National Groundwater Association in Westerville Ohio.

Tyler is the son of  Wendell Jenkins and Greg and Tammy Kuntzman, and the brother of  Kerry Gentry, Wendy Hill and Zach Jenkins.  He is married to Logan Elm graduate, Jenna Goeglein Jenkins. They have a son,  Jonah.


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Tyler Evans

Tyler is one of Logan Elm’s outstanding student athletes. Whenever Logan Elm Basketball is discussed, Tyler’s name is at the forefront.      

Overall Tyler broke 9 school basketball records at Logan Elm, and led his team to 4 County Championships and 2 MSL Titles. He was a 2- time Mid State League Player of the Year, SouthEast District Player of the Year, 3-time First Team MSL, 2 Time First Team SouthEast District, 1st  Team All Ohio and 2nd Team All Ohio.   He won the Bob Bowsher Award as Outstanding Player in the County.   

At The University of Findlay during his junior and senior black porn years, he won the Scholar-Athlete Award and the GLIAC Commissioner’s Award for Academic and Athletic Excellence. He made the Dean’s List every semester and was a Dana Scholar. Tyler was 2- time Free Throw Percentage Leader, and achieved 905 points, 224 rebounds, 138 assists and 79 steals in his career at Findlay.  He holds records at The University of Findlay for a career three-point percentage of 43.5% and Most Games Played in a Career with 130.  Tyler hit the winning 3-point shot with 2.3 seconds left in overtime to give Findlay the NCAA Division II National Championship in 2009.

Tyler is working for the State of Ohio in the Department of Development and pursuing his Masters Degree in Business Management at Ohio Dominican University.

Tyler is the son of Phil and Nancy Evans, and the brother of Jennifer and Heather Evans. 

 

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Dan Fout

Dan is the 2010 recipient of the Logan Elm Athletic Hall of Fame Award of Merit.

Dan is a 1969 graduate of Columbus South High School. Shortly after graduation, he joined the army where he spent two years in Okinawa as a paratrooper.  Dan was honorably discharged in 1972, and  in 1974, was diagnosed with short term loans Multiple Sclerosis, resulting in T-4 paralysis. 

Being able to jump out of planes one day and not being able to jump out of bed the next, meant learning a whole new way of life. With the encouragement of his wife, Carol, and the help of the lifeguards at the Y, Dan learned to swim. He has remained undefeated in the breast stroke at the Veteran Games for the past 25 years. Dan was selected for the 1990 U.S. Wheelchair Team, with whom he competed in Holland. In 1992, he was selected to the Ohio Wheelchair Hall of Fame. Dan was named outstanding swimmer at the Sunshine Games held in Florida in 1994, best athlete of the Ohio Wheelchair Games in 1996, and best male swimmer at the Michigan Wheelchair Games in 1998. He has gone to the Winter Veteran Games in Colorado three times to ski.  He has won over 125 national medals, giving most of them away to students to encourage them to do their best in the celebrity sextapes classroom and on the playing field.

Dan and his wife, Carol have been married for 28 years.  Their son, Jason, is a Logan Elm graduate and a graduate of The Citadel.  Jason currently serves in the U.S. Navy in Haiti as a medic on the USNS Comfort. 

Dan is a most dedicated supporter of Logan Elm Athletics, giving motivational talks to our athletes and occupying a regular seat at most LE athletic contests.


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Alan L. Gabriel 

Alan Gabriel is one of Logan Elm’s outstanding student athletes. While at Logan Elm, Alan received multiple varsity letters in football, basketball and baseball.

While at Logan Elm Alan played football for four years and earned three varsity letters and earned 1st team SVC his Senior Year. Al played defense, offense and special teams in high school which was common in the 1960’s. Al also played basketball three years and earned a varsity letter.  He played baseball four years earning two varsity awards. Al was also a four year member of the band and chorus.  He graduated in 1967 with a 3.98GPA.                                                        

Alan attended Case Western Reserve University where he played football and earned four varsity awards.  He was the first Logan Elm graduate to earn a collegiate varsity award as a freshman and the first to earn four varsity awards in one sport while in college.  He graduated from Case Western in four years with a Bachelor of Science degree with a double major in Natural Sciences and Physical Education.  He also has a Master’s Degree in Education from Urbana University.

Al latest celebrity news an was an assistant varsity football coach in 1971 to help initiate the first Zane Trace High School Football Team. He was also Head Varsity Baseball Coach at ZT in 1972.  Al was Assistant Football Coach from 1972-1974 and Head Baseball Coach from 1973-1975 at Westfall High School. Most recently Alan has coached volleyball, having founded the Roundtowners Volleyball Club in 1997.

Alan served twenty celebrity nude years of active duty in the United States Coast Guard. He is a Desert Storm Veteran and a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Circleville Post.

He nude celebrities is married (33 Years) to Gloria Gerhardt of Atlanta, Ohio.  They mom sex have three children: Angela, Alana and Alfred, all graduates of Logan Elm.