Hall of Fame
Shane Gifford – Class of 2009
Sport: Track and Field - Number of letters: 2
Wrestling – Number of Letters: 4
- 1st Team Wrestling 2008 and 2009
- Mid State League Most Valuable Wrestler 2009
- 2002- Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
- 2003- Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
- 2004- Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
- 2005- Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
- Southeast District Wrestler of the Year 2009
- Two Rime Sectional Champion
- Four Time District All-Star Qualifier
- District Runner Up 2009
- Three Time State Qualifier ( Only One in School History )
- 7th Place 2007 – Logan Elm’s First State Placer
- 3rd Place 2009 – Logan Elm’s First State Placer
- Most Career Wins 154 ( not including forfeits )
- Most Wins in a Season 46
- Most Consecutive Wins 41
- Record for Wins in a Season for Freshman. Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Season’s
- Career Record 154-20
- Peter Jonathan Pharr Award Winner 2009
Shane was by far the most dedicated wrestler I have ever coached. His accomplishments speak for themselves, he is the only person to qualify to the State Tournament three times in school history. Add to that, he was a State Alternate as a freshman. He was a State Placer his sophomore and Senior seasons, and I truly believe he would have placed as a junior had he not suffered a serious hand injury. The injury was severe enough that several times at the District and State Tournaments the matches were stopped to reduce dislocations. Shane had surgery the Monday after the State Tournament.
Shane was also a tremendous leader for the wrestling program. He pushed himself and his teammates to their best.
Shane Gifford is the son of Patty and Craig Gifford. Graduated from Ohio University with a nursing degree. Shane is employed at UPS. Shane will be getting married in July to Miranda Hall
Tim Congrove – Class of 2009
Sport: Basketball – Number of Letters 3
Baseball – Number of Letters 2
Golf – Number of Letters
LEAGUE AWARDS - Basketball
- Mid-State League Buckeye Division Player of the Year- 2009
- Mid-State League First Team - 2009
- Mid-State League First Team - 2008
- Mid-State League First Team - 2007
- Mid-State League Boys Scholar Athlete of the Year- 2008
DISTRICT AWARDS - Basketball
- District 14 Player of the Year - 2009
- District 14 First Team - 2009
- District 14 First Team - 2008
- District 14 Second Team - 2007
- AP Southeast District First Team - 2009
- AP Southeast District First Team - 2008
- AP Southeast District First Team - 2007
- Selected to play in North-South All-Star Game 2009
ALL-STATE AWARDS - Basketball
- All-Ohio Third Team - 2009
- All-Ohio Third Team-2008
- All-Ohio Special Mention - mobile porn 2007
- Final Four All-Tournament Team - Second Team-2009
- Columbus Dispatch All-Metro Team - Second Team-2009
- OHSBCA Top 100 Showcase - 2008
- OHSBCA Top 100 Showcase - cartoon porn videos 2007
- Selected to play in Ohio-Kentucky All-Star Game - 2009
- State Records - 2009 - Basketball
- 5th in State of Ohio for Highest 3-pt. Percentage, Career (43.8%)
- Currently, still ranked porn cartoon 8th in State of Ohio for Highest 3-pt. Percentage, Career (43.8%)
- 19th in State of Ohio for 3-pt. Field Goals Made, Career (229)
Logan Elm Records - Basketball
- Tim Congrove currently holds the Logan Elm Basketball Records for:
- 1st - Most 3-pt. Field Goals for one game (8)
- 1st - Most 3-pt. Field Goals for one season (86)
- 1st - porn cartoon Most 3-pt. Field Goals for career (229)
- 2nd All-Time Free Throw Average for one season (85.4%)
- 2nd All-Time Most Points scored for one game (38 pts.)
- 3rd All-Time Most Points scored for career (1,287 pts.)
- 5th All-Time Most Field Goals made career (420)
- Bob porno gay Bowsher Award - Top Pickaway County Senior Basketball Player -2009
- Mike Spangler Award - 2009 - All-Sport. Tim played golf, basketball, and baseball.
- Wendy's Player of the Year-2007 - Basketball
- All-Pickaway County First Team Basketball -2009
- All-Pickaway gay porn pics County First Team Basketball -2008
- All-Pickaway County First Team Basketball -2007
- Member of 2009 Final Four Basketball Team
- Agonis Club of Columbus Scholar Athlete of the Year - 2009
- Wheeling Shootout All-Tournament Team
- Zane Trace Tip-Off Classic MVP Basketball Award 2006 nude celebrities and 2007
- Outstanding Sportsmanship, Ethics, and Integrity Award - Golf- 2007
- Participated in Reebok Summer Championships in Las Vegas, Nevada -2007 and 2008
COLLEGE celebrity news CAREER and HONORS
Walsh University 2009-10 and 2010-11
- Tim played 2 years at NAIA Division II Walsh University. Walsh was ranked No. 1 in NAIA during his two seasons there.
- 2009-10 Tim received the Walsh University Men's Basketball Academic Award (Freshman year of college) for 4.0 GPA
- AMC Champions 2009-10 and 2010-11
- National Runner-Up 2009-10
- Tim received two Championship rings from Walsh.
Capital University 2011-12 and 2012-13
- Played at Capital University 2011-12 and 2012-13. Tim helped lead the Capital Crusaders to back-to-back Ohio Athletic Conference regular season championships (received another Championship ring).
- Received Honorable Mention ALL-OAC Conference 2012-13.
- Two-Time porn cartoon NABC (National Association of Basketball Coaches) Academic Honors Court Selection in 2011-12 and 2012-13.
- Led the team as a Senior in 3-pt shooting percentage and ranked 2nd in Ohio Athletic Conference in 3-pt. shooting percentage (48.6%). Also shot 88.6% from free throw line.
- Tim scored six three-pointers in his final regular season game for the Capital Crusaders.
I would like to nominate Tim Congrove for the athletic Hall of Fame because he received numerous awards from Mid-State, District, and All-State during his high school career. He was captain of the basketball team his Junior and Senior years and was a role model to many area youth. Tim excelled in sports at L.E. while maintaining a 4.10 hentai videos G.P.A. He was a member of the National Honor Society and graduated with Highest Honors in 2009.
Jan Hurd – Award of Merit
Jan Hurd graduated from Unioto High School in 1972. While in high school he participated in football, track and field, summer baseball and several other school activities. Following graduation he enrolled at Ohio University and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education in 1976. He began his teaching career in August of 1976 here at Logan Elm teaching seventh grade science. He also taught American History, Ohio History, Geography and Health at McDowell Exchange School. Jan earned his Masters Degree in Sport Science from Ashland University.
His coaching career started in the fall of 1976 and continued until retirement. He was an assistant varsity football coach under Bill Frost and Rod Smith until 2000. During this time Logan Elm won three Mid State League Championships and two of his defensive linemen were named Mid State League Lineman of the Year. Jan was a junior high football coach from 2002 to 2008 and they won two Mid State League titles.
Jan served as junior varsity baseball coach in 1977 and 1978. In 1979 he became a member of the McDowell Exchange School track staff; a position he held through 2011. During this time the McDowell boys and girls teams won numerous Mid State League championships.
During the 1986-87 school Rod Smith hired him to be the junior varsity wrestling coach; he held that position until the 1996-97 season ended and he took the position as head wrestling coach. He remained the head coach until the end of the 2011 season. During this time at Logan Elm eleven wrestlers earned fifteen Mid State League weight class championships, with two of his wrestlers earning league Wrestler of the Year honors. Jan coached the schools only four time league champion and had one District Champion. Logan Elm sent six wrestlers to nine State Tournaments which included the first wrestler to advance to the podium at the tournament, a feat Shane Gifford achieved twice. Jan is also the only head coach to take more than one wrestler to a single state tournament. Jan was also instrumental in convincing the Logan Elm Athletic Booster to construct the new Athletic Building. He also served as Junior High Athletic Director from 1999 to 2003 and again from 2005 to 2011. He was inducted into the Mid State League Hall of Fame in 2014.
Jan was also active in the Circleville community serving as a volunteer member of Circleville Emergency Medical Service for eighteen years. He held the positions of President and was twice elected to the office of Operations Chief. He also served one term as Logan Elm Classroom Teachers Association Co-president, and started the McDowell school trips to Washington D.C. and Williamsburg, Virginia, organizing and leading the trip for eighteen years.
Jan is married to wife Debbie; they have two children Janna (Mark) Sailor and Andy (Diane) Hurd and have four grandsons; Jacob and Jason Sailor and Isaac and Logan Hurd.