Hall of Fame

2016

2016

 

Rebekha Lucas – Class of 2010 

While at Logan Elm, Rebekha earned 6 Varsity Letters, 2 in Volleyball and 4 in Softball where she was a standout shortstop. 

In Volleyball, Rebekah was a member of the 2007 District Championship and Regional Runner-up team, and the 2008 Logan Elm team that achieved a 27-1 overall record, including a Mid State League Championship, Southeast District Championship, a Regional Title, and a trip to the Ohio High School Athletic Association Final Four.  For her efforts, in 2008, Rebekah earned Honorable Mention All Mid State League and Honorable Mention All-Southeast District honors.      

Although left handed, Rebekha was determined to be the starting shortstop for the Lady Braves Softball Team.  Through hard work, desire, and drive, she accomplished her goal.  Rebekah was 2nd team All Mid State League in 2008 and 1st Team All Mid State League in 2009 and 2010.  She was 1st Team All Southeast District in 2009 and 2010, Southeast District Player of the year in 2010, and was an integral part of back-to-back District Championship teams in 2009 and 2010.  In 2010, Rebekah was Awarded 1st team All Ohio honors.

Rebekha continued her education at Ohio Dominican University and was a 2-year starter for the Lady Panther softball team.  Rebekha graduated in 2013 with a Bachelors of Science in Exercise Science.  She is currently attending Bradford School and will obtain an Associates Degree in Physical Therapy Assistance in February 2016 and plans to pursue a career as a Physical Therapy Assistant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johnnie Brown – Class of 2010  

 

Johnnie Brown earned 5 Varsity Letters while at Logan Elm, 1 in Baseball, 1 in track and field, and 3 in football where he excelled at quarterback starting for two years.  With Johnnie under center, the Logan Elm football team compiled a record of 21-4, captured two Pickaway County Championships, a Mid State League Championship in 2008, qualified for the OHSAA Playoffs in 2008 and 2009, and won three play-off games (the only playoff wins in school history). 

Johnnie was 1st Team Mid State League in 2008 and 2009 and Mid State League Back of the Year in 2008.  In 2009, Johnnie received the McGaffney Award, which is awarded to Pickaway County’s Football Player of the Year.   He was 1st team all Southeast District in 2008 and 2009 and was Southeast District Offensive player of the year in 2009.  Johnnie was Honorable Mention All Ohio in 2008 and in 2009, earned 1st Team All Ohio honors. 

While at Logan Elm, Johnnie broke several school records in football including the following:
Career Passing Yards – 2658 (currently 3rd)

Career Carries – 559 (currently 2nd)

Career Rushing Touchdowns – 31 (currently 2nd)

Career Rushing Yards – 2540 (currently 2nd)

Career All-Purpose Touchdowns – 55 (currently 3rd)

Career All-Purpose Points – 342 (currently 3rd)

Johnnie still holds the Logan Elm High School record for Career All-Purpose Yards with 5676 yards.

Johnnie continued playing football at Ohio Dominican University until his playing career ended due to injury.  Johnnie graduated from The Ohio State University in 2014 with a Bachelors Degree in Financial Math and currently works as an Analyst at Mondi in Lancaster, Ohio 

Emily (Eickholt) Steed – Class of 2008

 

Emily (Eickholt) Steed earned 6 Varsity Letters while at Logan Elm, 2 in Cross Country, 2 in Swimming, and 2 in Track and Field where she finished her high school career as one of the top female 800 Meter runners in Ohio High School Athletic Association Division II history.  In 2007, Emily was the OHSAA Division II State Champion in the 800 Meter Run.  At the time, her winning time of 2:11.96 was the 2nd fastest time in the history of the Ohio Division II State Track Meet.  Today it is the 3rd fastest.  Emily was buy generic diflucan online the Mid State League Champion in the 800 meter and the 400 meter in 2007 and was the Mid State League Champion in the 800 Meter Run and a member of the Mid State League Championship 4x800 Meter Relay team in 2008.  She was the Southeast District Champion in the 800 Meter Run in 2007 and 2008 and was a member of the 4x400 Meter Relay District Championship team in 2007 and 2008.  Emily was the Regional Meet Champion in the 800 Meter Run in 2007 and 2008.  Her winning time of 2:12.57 in 2007 is still the Regional Meet Record.  Emily was the State Champion in the 800 Meter in 2007, and in 2008, with stress fractures in both legs, she finished 3rd in the State Meet-- the only 800 Meter loss of her high school career.   

Emily is the most prolific runner in Logan Elm History.  At one time, she held or tied 7 school records including the following:

100 Meter Dash anime hentai porn – 12.6

200 Meter Dash lesbian videos – 25.9

400 Meter buy generic clomid online Dash – 57.0

800 Meter Run - 2:11.96

1600 Meter Run – 5:25.4 (currently 3rd)

4x400 Meter Relay – 4:07.79

4x800 Meter Relay – 9:50.35 (currently 2nd)

Mid State League Record:

400 Meter Run 57.0

Regional Meet Record:

800 Meter Run 2:12.57 

Emily essay writing continued her running career at the University of Montana where she participated in Cross Country and Track and Field.  In 2010 and 2011, Emily placed 3rd in the Indoor Big Sky Conference  Track Meet in the 800 Meter Run.  In 2012 and 2013, she was a member of the Big Sky Conference Outdoor 4x400 Meter Relay Championship Team.  At Montana, Emily holds Indoor Track School Records in the 600 Meter Sprint, and Distance Medley Relay.  In Outdoor Track, Emily holds School Records in the 4x400 Meter Relay and the 4x800 Relay.

Emily graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Montana in 2014 with a Doctorate of Pharmacy.  She works as a clinical pharmacist at the Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital in Bozeman, Montana.  Emily is married to Taylor Steed (Class of 2009), and they reside in Bozeman Montana. 

Emily could not be short term loan here with us tonight.  Accepting the award for Emily is her father, Dan Eickholt.

Billy Huffman, Jr. – Class of 1965    

Billy Huffman was one of Logan Elm’s most talented all-around athletes earning 9 Varsity Letters, 1 in Baseball, 1in Basketball, 3 in Track and Field, and 4 in Football where he was known as one of the area’s top Defensive Backs and punishing Fullbacks.  Billy was a member of the 1963 Scioto Valley Conference Championship Team and a member the SVC runner-up teams in 1964 and 1965.  In his Senior season, Billy was the team’s leading rusher, rushing for 630 yards in 7 games, and a 4.9 yard per carry average. He also scored 11 touchdowns.  Billy was elected 1st Team All Scioto Valley Conference and was recognized as a Scioto Valley Conference All Star in 1964.  Billy was also honored as Logan Elm’s “Most Valuable Back” for the 1964 season. 

Coach Keith Merrin once referred to Billy animated porn as the “Braves’ fastest back.”  Billy used that speed to earn All-Scioto Valley Conference honors in Track and Field and was recognized as a Scioto Valley Conference All-Star in 1965.  

After graduating from High School, Billy attended Franklin University earning an Associates Degree in Drafting.  In 1971, Billy earned the State of Ohio Firefighting Certification and in 1973, earned his certification as an Ohio Peace Officer.  Billy volunteered as a Little League baseball coach and umpire in the 1970’s, and was an organizer for the Logan Elm High School Alumni Football Games.  The legend of Billy playing Alumni football lives on today.

After a combined 30 years as a Circleville Firefighter and a Pickaway County Sherriff’s Deputy, Billy is now retired.  He enjoys his time with his family and friends while hunting and fishing and riding his Goldwing.  Billy is married to Karen, his wife of 49 years.  Together, they have two sons, Todd (Valorie) and Marcus (Tracy), and three grandchildren Austin, Michaella, and Evan. 

Andy Cupp – Award of Merit  

     

Andy Cupp is a 1970 graduate of Byron High School in Byron, Illinois and a 1974 graduate of Eastern Illinois University.  In 1987, Andy and his family moved to Circleville, and Andy began working at Hummel and Plum Insurance Agency.

Andy is a long-time supporter of Logan Elm and of Logan Elm Athletics.  Andy spent 17 seasons as the Football announcer on Friday nights where he coined the phrase: “No flags-Touchdown!”  He also announced for Peewee, middle school, freshman, and JV football games when black porn his sons, Gavin and Chad were in those programs.

For the past 19 seasons, Andy has kept the scorebook for the Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball teams, as celeb sex tapes well as spending several seasons keeping book for the middle school and freshman teams.  Andy also volunteered to assist his son Chad as an assistant 8th Grade Baseball Coach at Logan Elm.

Two football seasons ago, Andy stepped away from announcing for Logan Elm so he could assist his son Chad and the Berne Union High School Football Team.  However, Andy continues to keep the book for LE Basketball.

Andy would like to thank Rod Smith, Ronnie Stephens and Scott Bartholomew for letting him announce the football games and Kent Wolfe and Doug Stiverson for letting him keep the basketball book; his wife Sherry, for allowing him to spend time doing these things over so many years; and he would also like to thank his sons, who provided Sherry and him with so many good memories during their time playing sports for Logan Elm.

Andy is married to Sherry, his wife of 39 years. Together they have two sons Gavin adult anime (class of 1999) and Chad (class of 2005).  Chad is married to the former Ashley Fausnaugh (class of 2005).