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On Saturday, February 3 the Logan Elm Athletic Department will induct 4 into the Logan Elm Athletic Hall of Fame.
Dave Smith – Class of 1957 – Pickaway Twp. High School
Dave Smith was an outstanding all-around athlete earning 10 Varsity Letters in football (3), basketball (4), baseball (2), and track (1). Mr. Smith was all-Pickaway County in 7-man football, pitched a no hitter in baseball, and was most known in the area for his basketball skills. On March 1, 1957, Paul Smallwood, Sports Editor for The Circleville Herald wrote, “Primarily it was Smith’s ability to dunk the basketball through the hoop which put him number one in the eyes of the coaches and fans. Although the Pickaway ace was a scoring wizard, he also proved to be an all-around good basketball player.” In basketball, Dave Smith was All-Pickaway County his Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years. At the conclusion of his Senior year, Smith was awarded the Bob Bowsher Award which is awarded to Pickaway County’s outstanding senior boys basketball player. He finished his high school career with 1157 points.
Dave is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force. He is retired from E.I. DuPont. In his spare time, Dave has kamagra online been very supportive of local veteran organizations and has spent many years as an AMVETS honor guard. He and his wife Debbie still reside in the Circleville area. Dave has been blessed with four children and many grandchildren.
Roger Clarke – Logan Elm Class of lesbian videos 1962
While at Logan Elm, Roger Clarke earned 14 Varsity Letters in football (4), basketball (4), track (4), and baseball (2). An all-around athlete, Roger earned All-League honors in football, basketball, and track. In football, Roger was honorable mention All-League his Freshman year, 1st Team his Sophomore, Junior and Senior years and was also named League MVP his Junior year. In basketball, Clarke was Honorable Mention his Sophomore year and 2nd Team All-League his Junior Year. During his Senior year, Roger was a member of Logan Elm's first basketball team to reach the Regional Finals. The team finished with a 20-4 record. In track and field, Clarke was a League Champion in the 180 yard hurdles, the broad jump, and the 220 yard dash. During his Junior year, Roger led his track team to its first League Championship season.
Roger Clarke was also active in student government, serving as Student Council Treasurer his iphone porn Junior year and Student Council President his Senior year. Clarke was also a Class officer his Junior and Senior years.
Roger retired from Kenworth Truck Company in 2005 after 30 and a half years. He currently runs a lawn service. He enjoys spending time with his family and friends and online pharmacy watching high school sports.
Roger is married to Diana hentai porn (Pontius), his wife of 54 years. Together they have three children Kevin, Kim (Kenny) Speakman, and Chris (Crystal). They also have 3 grandchildren, Kara (Chad) Ebert, Kendal (Levi) Ellerman, and Justin (Tara) Clarke, and 6 Great-Grandchildren, Kyle, Levi Jr., Lylah, Coen, Connor and Colin.
Eric Holbrook cartoon porn videos - Logan Elm Class of 2007
During his time at Logan Elm, Eric earned 12 Varsity Letters in cross country (4), basketball (3), track and field (4) and soccer (1). In basketball, Eric was a member of the Mid phone porn State League Championship Team in 2004-2005, and the Southeast District Championship Team in 2005-2006. In cross country, Holbrook was a stand-out runner earning 1st Team All-Mid State League in 2004, 2005, and 2006. Eric was 2nd Team All-Mid State League in 2003. He was 1st Team Southeast District in Cross Country in 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006. Eric was a State Qualifier in 2004 when his team finished 11th in the State, and in 2005 when his team finished 15th. He also set the Freshman Record in cross country with a time of 17:44.
In track and field, Eric was Mid State League Runner-up as part of the 4x800 Meter Relay team his Freshman year, celebrity nude in the 1600 Meter his Sophomore year, the 800 Meter Run his Junior year, and as part of the 4x100 Relay team his Senior year. Holbrook was a Mid State League Champion as a member of the 4x800 Relay team his Sophomore year and in the 800 Meter Run his Senior year. Eric was also honored as the Mid State League Most Valuable Athlete his Senior season. Holbrook was All- Southeast District as a member of the 4x100 Relay team. Eris was a three-time State Qualifier qualifying in the 4x800 relay team in 2005, finishing 12th; in the 4x100 Relay in 2007, finishing 15th; and in the 800 Meter Run, placing 11th in the State. Eric was a State Finalist for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Trophy in 2007 as one of the top 10 student athletes in Ohio.
Eric ran cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track for Heidelberg University from 2007-2009. He was part of the 2007 and 2008 NCAA Division III National Qualifying cross country teams at Heidelberg University. He also received 1st team All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors in the 4x800 Meter Relay during the 2007-2008 indoor track season. In 2009, Eric was part of the Heidelberg 4x800 Meter Relay team that finished 3rd at the Ohio Athletic Conference Meet setting the school record. Eric finished buy cialis his career at Shawnee State University where he ran cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track from 2009-2011. Eric was a part of the 2009 and 2010 cross country teams that won the Mid-South Conference Meets and finished 4th in Nation. Eric also set school records in the 4x800 Meter Relay and the 800 Meter Run while at Shawnee State University. Eric graduated Cum Laude from Shawnee State University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Minor in Criminology. Eric is a member of the Circleville Heritage Nazarene Church and is currently employed as a State Trooper at the Circleville Highway Patrol Post. Eric is married to his wife Kimberly and has three children: Roslynn, Lydia, and Adriene. Eric is the son of Rusty and Susan Holbrook.
Daniel Cooper- Award of Merit - Logan Elm Class of 1969
Coach Daniel Cooper has been a devoted and dedicated coach to the Logan Elm Track and Field program. Cooper was the assistant track and field coach for 29 years, from 1976 to 2005. Cooper specialized in coaching the shot put and discus. Cooper ended his coaching career on a high note in 2005 coaching Logan Elm High School’s first state champion in any sport. Dan coached his daughter Tara to a First Place Division II State Championship in Shot Put and State Runner-up in the Discus. Coach Cooper, over his coaching career, helped lead many athletes to success. He coached numerous athletes to Mid-State League, District, Regional, and State Championships. Cooper proudly coached several individuals to state championship competition, where the highest awards were; three seconds and one first place. Prior to coaching, Daniel was a Logan Elm High School athlete and record holder. He held the Logan Elm High School discus record from 1968-1979. One of his proudest coaching moments was coaching one of his athletes to break his record in 1979. Daniel believes one of his greatest coaching successes was helping athletes gain confidence in themselves and creating good work habits for their future lives. Cooper was a graduate of Logan Elm in 1969 and he dedicated his 35 year teaching career to the Logan Elm School District. He began his career at Laurelville Elementary in 1976 and moved to Logan Elm High School in 1977. He taught Special Education in both of those buildings. Daniel has been married to his wife Mary for 35 years. They have one daughter Tara. Dan retired in 2011 and enjoyed following his daughter’s college track and field career while she was in college. He now enjoys gardening and doing whatever he wants to do. Daniel is honored to join his daughter and fellow coaches and athletes in the Logan Elm High School Athletic Hall of Fame.