Hall of Fame

2012 Inductees

2012 hof edit2012 Hall of Fame Inductees. Phil Evans - Award of Merit, Tara Cooper, Evan Blake, Phil Peloquin

 

Tara Cooper – Class of 2005                                   

Sport: Track and Field                                                                      
Number of letters: 4

League Awards:
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

District Awards:
2002- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot
2003- 1st Discus, 2nd celebrity porn Shot
2004- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot
2005- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

Regional Awards:
2002- Qualifiers
2003- 2nd Discus
2004- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot
2005- 1st Discus, 1st Shot

All-State Awards:
2003- 8th Discus
2004- 2nd Discus, 4th Shot
2005- 2nd Discus, 1st Shot

Records:
2005- All Ohio Track and Field Athlete of the Year OAT| CCC
2002- Mid State Discus, 127-5
2004- Mid State Discus, 135-2
2005- Mid State Discus, 152-2
2005- Mid State Shot, 42-1 ½
2005- Nike National Indoor Weight Throw Champion, 56’-2”
2005- LEHS Discus Record, 152-2
2005- LEHS Shot Record, 44-9

Additional Comments:
Member of National Honor Society- LEHS
NCAA Weight Throw Champion 2008 & 2009
2005- Broke GLIAC League Record Weight, 65’ 7 ½”
5 Time Division 2 High School (All Time)
5 Time All American Track and Field
10 Time Division 2 College NCAA All American
2004- ADIDAS Outdoor Nationals- 5th Discus, 5th Shot
2005- Nike Outdoor Nationals- 5th Discus, 4th Shot
2005- Nike Indoor Nationals- Weight Throw Champion, 56’ 2”

2002/ H.S Freshman:
1st Place Jesse Owens, Discus, 126’ 6”
Amvets Invitational Field Events MVP
New Mid-State Discus Record, 127’ 5”
Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
1st lesbian porno Place Discus, District, 124’ 0”
2nd Place Shot, District 40’ 9”
Southeastern Ohio All District Discus

2003/ H.S. Sophomore:
Amvets Invitational Field Events MVP
Logan Elm H.S. Track & Field porn cartoon MVP
Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year
1st Place Mid-State Discus, 127’ 3”
1st Place Mid-State Shot 40’ 11 ½”
2nd Place Regional Discus, 131’ 6”
8th Place Shot, Ohio State Track Meet 42’ 10 ¼” (All Ohio Shot)
2nd Place Discus, Ohio State Track Meet 132’ 6” (All Ohio Discus)
2005 All Ohio T&F Athlete of the Year, OAT|CCC
5th Place Discus 142’ 2” Adidas Nationals (Adidas H.S. All American)
5th Place Shot 43’ 6” Adidas Nationals (Adidas H.S. All American)

2005/ H.S. Senior:
Mid-State League Field Events MVP
Mid-State League Track & Field Events MVP
New Mid-State Discus porn cartoon Record 152’ 5” (6th Best Throw in the Nation)
New Mid-State Shot Record 42’ 1 ½”
1st Place Shot Regional 42’ 10”
1st Place Regional Discus 146’ 2”
1st Place Shot Put, Ohio State Track Meet (New LEHS record 44’ 9”)
1st State Winner for LEHS
2nd Place Discus 140’ 6” Ohio State Track Meet (All State Discus)
1st Place Weight Throw 56’ 2” Nike Indoor National Track Meet (Nike H.S. All American) (6th Best Throw of All Time)
New Ohio Weight Throw Record 56’ 2” (1st National Weight Throw Winner from Ohio)
5th Place Discus 139’ 7” Nike Outdoor Nationals (Nike, H.S. All American)
4th Place Shot 44’ 11 3/4” Nike Outdoor Nationals (Nike H.S. All American)

Ashland University:
2006/ Redshirted
2007/ Medical Redshirted

Athletic Freshman Year:
2008 GLIAC Freshman of the Year
2008 GLIAC 1st Team All Conference
2008 Ashland University Track & Field Most Valuable Freshman of the Year
2008 GLIAC League Weight Throw Record 65’ 7 1/2”
2008 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw Champion 62’ 6 ½” (NCAA All American)
2008 NCAA Indoor Shot Put 6th Place 46’ 7 ¼” (NCAA All American)
2008 NCAA Outdoor Hammer 169’ 10” 7th Place (NCAA All American)
2008 GLIAC, All Academic Team Outdoor Track & Field Team

Athletic Sophomore Year:
2009 1st Team GLIAC All Conference
2009 GLIAC Women’s Indoor Most Valuable, Field Events
2009 GLIAC Women’s Most Valuable, Field porn cartoon Events
2009 Ashland University Most Valuable Athlete of the Year
2009 NCAA Indoor Women’s Track & Field Athlete of the Year, Mid-west Region
2009 NCAA Outdoor Women’s Field Athlete of the Year, Mid-West Region
2009 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw Champion 64’ 10 ½” (NCAA All American)
2009 NCAA Indoor, 4th Place team (NCAA All American)
2009 NCAA Outdoor 8th Place Hammer 177’ 2” (NCAA All American)

Junior Athletic Year:
2010 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw 62’ 5 ¼” 2nd Place (NCAA All American)
2010 NCAA Indoor 2nd Place Team (NCAA All American)
2010 NCAA Outdoor hot milfs 6th Place Discus 152’ 1” (NCAA All American)

Senior Athletic Year:
2011 NCAA Indoor 7th Place Weight Throw 61’ 2 ¼” (NCAA All American)

Note- 10 Times Division 2, College Track & Field NCAA All lesbian videos American
5 Times H.S. All American T&F
5 Times Division 2, H.S. All Ohio T&F

Tara graduated in May of 2011 from Ashland University with a degree in Business Administration.  She is presently in a managerial position with the Sherwin Williams Company.  Tara lives in Gahanna and is the daughter of Dan and Mary Cooper.


Evan T. Blake – Class of 2006                                   

Sport:
Basketball 4 Letters
Football 3 Letters

League Awards:

Basketball
2003-04, 2nd Team Mid-State
2004-05, 2nd Team Mid-State
2005-06, 1st Team Mid-State

Football
2004, 1st Team Mid-State
2005, 1st Team Mid State
2005, Mid-State Offensive Player of the Year

District Awards:

Basketball
2003-04, District 14 - Honorable Mention, Associated Press – Honorable Mention
2004-05, District 14 - 2nd Team, Associated Press – 2nd Team
2005-06, District 14 – 1st Team All District, Associated Press – 1st Team All District

All State Awards:

Basketball
2005-06, 2nd Team All Ohio Div. 2

Football
2005, 2nd Team All Ohio Div. 3

H.S. Records

Basketball
Most Assist for One Season, 2nd All Time (149) 2005-06
Most Points Scored for One Season, 4th All Time (477) 2005-06
Most 3-Point Field Goals, 5th All Time (60) 2005-06
Most Assists for One Game, 2nd All Time (13) 2005-06
Most Points, (35) 2005-06

High School Records
Basketball/Career

Most Assists, 3rd All Time (339) 2002-06
Most Points Scored, 4th All Time (1140) 2002-06
Most Field Goals Made, 3rd All Time (446) 2002-06
Most 3-Point Field Goals, 5th All Time (102) 2002-06

High School Records
Football/Careers

Longest Punt Return, 83 Yards vs. Circleville/2005
Receiving TD’s, 3 LE vs. TV (2004)

Individual Records in a Season (Does Not Include Playoffs)
Receptions, 2003-05 (46)
Receiving TD’s (2nd), 2005 (11)
Receiving Yards, 2004 (961)
All Purpose Yards, 7th All Time 2005

Individual Records Over a Career (Includes Playoffs)
Receptions, 2003-05 (81)
Receiving TD’s, 2003-05 (20)
Receiving Yards, 2003-05 (1621)
All Purpose Yards 4th 2003-05

Additional Accomplishments/Comments

Mike Spangler Award, 2006
Chad Beller Award, 2006
Bowsher Awards, 2006/ County Basketball Player of the Year
McGaffey Award, 2005/County porn cartoon Football Player of the Year
Basketball Captain, 2004-05/2005-06
Football Captain, 2005
Dispatch Feature Student, Athlete of the Week 2006
Dispatch Scholar Athlete of the Year 2006 Nominee
Tip-Off Classic MVP/Basketball 2006
Selected to the Ohio High School North/ South All Star Basketball game 2006
Selected to the Dist. 14 All Star Game – 2006
3rd All-Time Pickaway County Athlete to Win both Bowsher/McGaffey Awards

Outstanding Career Performances

2005 – LE vs. Circleville – Football, 4 TD’s 86 Kick-Off Return, 83 Yd. Punt Return 2 Receiving TD’s – 340 Total Yards
2006– LE vs. DeSales–Basketball, 35 Pts In a win over State Power and Final Four Team LE vs. Greenfield – Basketball, 28 Pts In win for the District Semi Final
College Career – Football/Capital University

2009 – All OAC – 2nd Team
2009 – Ohio College Football.com – All Ohio – 3rd Team
2007 – NCAA – Div. 3 – National Offensive Player of the Week
2007 – NCAA Div. 3 – Football.com National Team of the Week
2007 – Sept. 15th vs. Wilmington College – set a Single game receiving record for Capital University – 11 – Receptions – 308 Yards
9th All Time Receiving Yards @ Capital University (1573 Yards)

Records, Stats and Honors at Capital

101 Receptions, 1,573 receiving Yards (15.6 yards per reception), 17 receiving Touchdowns
9th in School History in Career receiving Yards (1,573)
10th in School History in Career Receptions (101)
School Record 304 Receiving Yards at Wilmington on Sep. 15, 2007. 5th Best in Ohio Athletic Conference History
OAC Offensive Player of the Week and Div. 3 National Player of the Week – week ending Sept. 16, 2007
NCAA Division 3 Offensive Player of the week from Football Gazette – Week ending Sept. 16, 2007
D3 football.com National Team of the Week – Week ending Sept. 16, 2007
2007 All OAC Honorable Mention
2009 All OAC Second Team

Evan graduated in 2010 from Capital University with a B.A. in Leadership and Management.  He is currently residing in Bexley and works in the healthcare industry in Columbus.  Evan is the son of Rex and Ann Blake.



Phil Peloquin – Coach 
                                 
Coach Phil Peloquin has been a valuable asset to the Mid State League Track and Field, and Cross Country. He has been the head track coach for Logan Elm High School for 35 years, and started the Logan Elm Cross-Country program and has been the head coach for 32 years.
In Cross-Country, he has won 3 Mid State League titles, 2 District Titles, has taken 3 teams to the State Cross-Country meet and 7 individuals with 3 runners earning All State Honors, and has taken the first team in the history of Logan Elm in all sports to the State Tournament.
His greatest success however has come in Track and Field. He has qualified 68 Athletes to the State Track Meet and has had 13 All State athletes. He has won one Central District Title. Combined in the boys and girls, he has won 12 Mid State League Titles.

His most amazing Stat: From 1985-1993 he went undefeated in the Mid State League Championships winning 9 consecutive boys MSL titles. He has coached over 160 All League Athletes in Track alone. In 1997 Coach Peloquin was inducted into the Mid State League Hall of Fame.
What sets him aside however, is his personality and his love for the sport. He has had 26 members of his track teams over the years go on to become coaches. In fact, his entire coaching staff for the past four years is made up of former athletes of his.

After teaching and coaching at LEHS for 35 years, Phil is now an adjunct Professor in English at Ohio Christian University, teaching in the AIM program.  Married to Sherrie Bumgarner Peloquin for 35 years, have a daughter, Brienne, who is a PTA, and a son, Brandon, who works for the National Weather Service at Dulles Airport.  I have one grandchild, Blake age 7, and another due in February.  My plans are to keep teaching, play a lot with my grandsons, golf and read a lot (along with whatever my wife has for me to do).  I am truly very honored for my selection into the LEHS Hall of Fame, joining my buddies Michael Hartley and Eric Karshner, and so many other people helped make this honor possible.  Logan Elm is a great place to spend 35 years of my life!


Phil Evans – Award of Merit                                       

I have always been a Logan Elm Brave!  I graduated in1980 from LEHS where I participated in the football and basketball programs.  I value my experience from LEHS athletics and enjoyed every aspect of it.  The discipline, competition and success, along with the disappointments, made me a better person.  As an alumnus and father, I love to see kids grow, mature and take pride in themselves, their team and their school.  It is through this belief that has made black porn videos me want to support the athletic programs at Logan Elm. 

Education, Work Experience and Community Service
    ●   Graduated from The Ohio State University in 1983
    ●   Vice President and City Executive for Huntington National Bank, 10 years
    ●   Regional President for Star Bank, 4 years
    ●   Currently the President of Kingston National Bank since 1998
    ●   Served 8 years on the Logan Elm Local School Board, serving on the Athletic Committee
    ●   Served as Parent Sports Representative
    ●   Board Member of Logan Elm Education Foundation

Patronage and Volunteer work for the Logan Elm Athletics
        ▪ Clock operator for Varsity Football, 20 years
        ▪ Sponsorship of the following through Kingston National Bank:
1)    Annual Student Athletic Passes
2)    Scorer’s Table
3)    Trophy Cases and McDowell
4)    celebrity porn tapes Team outing and meals
5)    Team equipment needs

Personal Information

I am married to Nancy (Overman) Evans who was a Class of 1981 Logan Elm Graduate.  We have been married for 29 years and have 3 children who are also graduates of Logan Elm:  Jennifer (Beau) Stidham – LE Class of 2002, Tyler Evans – LE Class of 2005, and Heather Evans – LE Class of 2010.
   




 
   

Tara Cooper – Class of 2005                                                                                                   

 

Sport: Track and Field                                                                      
Number of letters: 4

 

League Awards:

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

 

District Awards:

2002- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

2003- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

2004- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

2005- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

 

Regional Awards:

2002- Qualifiers

2003- 2nd Discus

2004- 1st Discus, 2nd Shot

2005- 1st Discus, 1st Shot

 

All-State Awards:

2003- 8th Discus

2004- 2nd Discus, 4th Shot

2005- 2nd Discus, 1st Shot

 

Records:

2005- All Ohio Track and Field Athlete of the Year OAT| CCC

2002- Mid State Discus, 127-5

2004- Mid State Discus, 135-2

2005- Mid State Discus, 152-2

2005- Mid State Shot, 42-1 ½

2005- Nike National Indoor Weight Throw Champion, 56’-2”

2005- LEHS Discus Record, 152-2

2005- LEHS Shot Record, 44-9

 

Additional Comments:

Member of National Honor Society- LEHS

NCAA Weight Throw Champion 2008 & 2009

2005- Broke GLIAC League Record Weight, 65’ 7 ½”

5 Time Division 2 High School (All Time)

5 Time All American Track and Field

10 Time Division 2 College NCAA All American

2004- ADIDAS Outdoor Nationals- 5th Discus, 5th Shot

2005- Nike Outdoor Nationals- 5th Discus, 4th Shot

2005- Nike Indoor Nationals- Weight Throw Champion, 56’ 2”

 

2002/ H.S Freshman:

1st Place Jesse Owens, Discus, 126’ 6”

Amvets Invitational Field Events MVP

New Mid-State Discus Record, 127’ 5”

Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year

1st Place Discus, District, 124’ 0”

2nd Place Shot, District 40’ 9”

Southeastern Ohio All District Discus

 

2003/ H.S. Sophomore:

Amvets Invitational Field Events MVP

Logan Elm H.S. Track & Field MVP

Mid-State Field Events Player of the Year

1st Place Mid-State Discus, 127’ 3”

1st Place Mid-State Shot 40’ 11 ½”

2nd Place Regional Discus, 131’ 6”

8th Place Shot, Ohio State Track Meet 42’ 10 ¼” (All Ohio Shot)

2nd Place Discus, Ohio State Track Meet 132’ 6” (All Ohio Discus)

2005 All Ohio T&F Athlete of the Year, OAT|CCC

5th Place Discus 142’ 2” Adidas Nationals (Adidas H.S. All American)

5th Place Shot 43’ 6” Adidas Nationals (Adidas H.S. All American)

 

2005/ H.S. Senior:

Mid-State League Field Events MVP

Mid-State League Track & Field Events MVP

New Mid-State Discus Record 152’ 5” (6th Best Throw in the Nation)

New Mid-State Shot Record 42’ 1 ½”

1st Place Shot Regional 42’ 10”

1st Place Regional Discus 146’ 2”

1st Place Shot Put, Ohio State Track Meet (New LEHS record 44’ 9”)

1st State Winner for LEHS

2nd Place Discus 140’ 6” Ohio State Track Meet (All State Discus)

1st Place Weight Throw 56’ 2” Nike Indoor National Track Meet (Nike H.S. All American) (6th Best Throw of All Time)

New Ohio Weight Throw Record 56’ 2” (1st National Weight Throw Winner from Ohio)

5th Place Discus 139’ 7” Nike Outdoor Nationals (Nike, H.S. All American)

4th Place Shot 44’ 11 3/4” Nike Outdoor Nationals (Nike H.S. All American)

 

Ashland University:

2006/ Redshirted

2007/ Medical Redshirted

 

Athletic Freshman Year:

2008 GLIAC Freshman of the Year

2008 GLIAC 1st Team All Conference

2008 Ashland University Track & Field Most Valuable Freshman of the Year

2008 GLIAC League Weight Throw Record 65’ 7 1/2”

2008 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw Champion 62’ 6 ½” (NCAA All American)

2008 NCAA Indoor Shot Put 6th Place 46’ 7 ¼” (NCAA All American)

2008 NCAA Outdoor Hammer 169’ 10” 7th Place (NCAA All American)

2008 GLIAC, All Academic Team Outdoor Track & Field Team

 

Athletic Sophomore Year:

2009 1st Team GLIAC All Conference

2009 GLIAC Women’s Indoor Most Valuable, Field Events

2009 GLIAC Women’s Most Valuable, Field Events

2009 Ashland University Most Valuable Athlete of the Year

2009 NCAA Indoor Women’s Track & Field Athlete of the Year, Mid-west Region

2009 NCAA Outdoor Women’s Field Athlete of the Year, Mid-West Region

2009 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw Champion 64’ 10 ½” (NCAA All American)

2009 NCAA Indoor, 4th Place team (NCAA All American)

2009 NCAA Outdoor 8th Place Hammer 177’ 2” (NCAA All American)

 

Junior Athletic Year:

2010 NCAA Indoor Weight Throw 62’ 5 ¼” 2nd Place (NCAA All American)

2010 NCAA Indoor 2nd Place Team (NCAA All American)

2010 NCAA Outdoor 6th Place Discus 152’ 1” (NCAA All American)

 

Senior Athletic Year:

2011 NCAA Indoor 7th Place Weight Throw 61’ 2 ¼” (NCAA All American)

 

Note- 10 Times Division 2, College Track & Field NCAA All American

            5 Times H.S. All American T&F

            5 Times Division 2, H.S. All Ohio T&F

 

Tara graduated in May of 2011 from Ashland University with a degree in Business Administration.  She is presently in a managerial position with the Sherwin Williams Company.  Tara lives in Gahanna and is the daughter of Dan and Mary Cooper.

 

 

 

 

Evan T. Blake – Class of 2006                                                                                                 

 

Sport:               Number of Letters:

Basketball         4 

Football                        3

 

League Awards:

 

Basketball

2003-04, 2nd Team Mid-State

2004-05, 2nd Team Mid-State

2005-06, 1st Team Mid-State

 

Football

2004, 1st Team Mid-State

2005, 1st Team Mid State

2005, Mid-State Offensive Player of the Year

 

District Awards:

 

Basketball

2003-04, District 14 - Honorable Mention, Associated Press – Honorable Mention

2004-05, District 14 - 2nd Team, Associated Press – 2nd Team

2005-06, District 14 – 1st Team All District, Associated Press – 1st Team All District

 

All State Awards:

 

Basketball

2005-06, 2nd Team All Ohio Div. 2

 

Football

2005, 2nd Team All Ohio Div. 3

 

 

 

H.S. Records

 

Basketball

Most Assist for One Season, 2nd All Time (149) 2005-06

Most Points Scored for One Season, 4th All Time (477) 2005-06

Most 3-Point Field Goals, 5th All Time (60) 2005-06

Most Assists for One Game, 2nd All Time (13) 2005-06

Most Points, (35) 2005-06

 

High School Records

Basketball/Career

 

Most Assists, 3rd All Time (339) 2002-06

Most Points Scored, 4th All Time (1140) 2002-06

Most Field Goals Made, 3rd All Time (446) 2002-06

Most 3-Point Field Goals, 5th All Time (102) 2002-06

 

High School Records

Football/Careers

 

Longest Punt Return, 83 Yards vs. Circleville/2005

Receiving TD’s, 3 LE vs. TV (2004)

 

Individual Records in a Season (Does Not Include Playoffs)
Receptions, 2003-05 (46)

Receiving TD’s (2nd), 2005 (11)

Receiving Yards, 2004 (961)

All Purpose Yards, 7th All Time 2005

 

Individual Records Over a Career (Includes Playoffs)

Receptions, 2003-05 (81)

Receiving TD’s, 2003-05 (20)

Receiving Yards, 2003-05 (1621)

All Purpose Yards 4th 2003-05

 

Additional Accomplishments/Comments

 

Mike Spangler Award, 2006

Chad Beller Award, 2006

Bowsher Awards, 2006/ County Basketball Player of the Year

McGaffey Award, 2005/County Football Player of the Year

Basketball Captain, 2004-05/2005-06

Football Captain, 2005

Dispatch Feature Student, Athlete of the Week 2006

Dispatch Scholar Athlete of the Year 2006 Nominee

Tip-Off Classic MVP/Basketball 2006

Selected to the Ohio High School North/ South All Star Basketball game 2006

Selected to the Dist. 14 All Star Game – 2006

3rd All-Time Pickaway County Athlete to Win both Bowsher/McGaffey Awards

 

Outstanding Career Performances

 

2005 – LE vs. Circleville – Football, 4 TD’s 86 Kick-Off Return, 83 Yd. Punt Return

                                                            2 Receiving TD’s – 340 Total Yards

2006– LE vs. DeSales–Basketball, 35 Pts In a win over State Power and Final Four Team

           LE vs. Greenfield – Basketball, 28 Pts In win for the District Semi Final

College Career – Football/Capital University

 

2009 – All OAC – 2nd Team

2009 – Ohio College Football.com – All Ohio – 3rd Team

2007 – NCAA – Div. 3 – National Offensive Player of the Week

2007 – NCAA Div. 3 – Football.com National Team of the Week

2007 – Sept. 15th vs. Wilmington College – set a Single game receiving record for Capital

            University – 11 – Receptions – 308 Yards

9th All Time Receiving Yards @ Capital University (1573 Yards)

 

Records, Stats and Honors at Capital

 

101 Receptions, 1,573 receiving Yards (15.6 yards per reception), 17 receiving Touchdowns

9th in School History in Career receiving Yards (1,573)

10th in School History in Career Receptions (101)

School Record 304 Receiving Yards at Wilmington on Sep. 15, 2007. 5th Best in Ohio Athletic Conference History

OAC Offensive Player of the Week and Div. 3 National Player of the Week – week ending Sept. 16, 2007

NCAA Division 3 Offensive Player of the week from Football Gazette – Week ending Sept. 16, 2007

D3 football.com National Team of the Week – Week ending Sept. 16, 2007

2007 All OAC Honorable Mention

2009 All OAC Second Team

 

Evan graduated in 2010 from Capital University with a B.A. in Leadership and Management.  He is currently residing in Bexley and works in the healthcare industry in Columbus.  Evan is the son of Rex and Ann Blake.

 

 

 

Phil Peloquin – Coach                                                                                                

Coach Phil Peloquin has been a valuable asset to the Mid State League Track and Field, and Cross Country. He has been the head track coach for Logan Elm High School for 35 years, and started the Logan Elm Cross-Country program and has been the head coach for 32 years.

In Cross-Country, he has won 3 Mid State League titles, 2 District Titles, has taken 3 teams to the State Cross-Country meet and 7 individuals with 3 runners earning All State Honors, and has taken the first team in the history of Logan Elm in all sports to the State Tournament.

His greatest success however has come in Track and Field. He has qualified 68 Athletes to the State Track Meet and has had 13 All State athletes. He has won one Central District Title. Combined in the boys and girls, he has won 12 Mid State League Titles.

His most amazing Stat: From 1985-1993 he went undefeated in the Mid State League Championships winning 9 consecutive boys MSL titles. He has coached over 160 All League Athletes in Track alone. In 1997 Coach Peloquin was inducted into the Mid State League Hall of Fame.

What sets him aside however, is his personality and his love for the sport. He has had 26 members of his track teams over the years go on to become coaches. In fact, his entire coaching staff for the past four years is made up of former athletes of his.

After teaching and coaching at LEHS for 35 years, Phil is now an adjunct Professor in English at Ohio Christian University, teaching in the AIM program.  Married to Sherrie Bumgarner Peloquin for 35 years, have a daughter, Brienne, who is a PTA, and a son, Brandon, who works for the National Weather Service at Dulles Airport.  I have one grandchild, Blake age 7, and another due in February.  My plans are to keep teaching, play a lot with my grandsons, golf and read a lot (along with whatever my wife has for me to do).  I am truly very honored for my selection into the LEHS Hall of Fame, joining my buddies Michael Hartley and Eric Karshner, and so many other people helped make this honor possible.  Logan Elm is a great place to spend 35 years of my life!

 

 

Phil Evans – Award of Merit                                                                                                                

 

I have always been a Logan Elm Brave!  I graduated in1980 from LEHS where I participated in the football and basketball programs.  I value my experience from LEHS athletics and enjoyed every aspect of it.  The discipline, competition and success, along with the disappointments, made me a better person.  As an alumnus and father, I love to see kids grow, mature and take pride in themselves, their team and their school.  It is through this belief that has made me want to support the athletic programs at Logan Elm. 

 

Education, Work Experience and Community Service

               Graduated from The Ohio State University in 1983

               Vice President and City Executive for Huntington National Bank, 10 years

               Regional President for Star Bank, 4 years

               Currently the President of Kingston National Bank since 1998

               Served 8 years on the Logan Elm Local School Board, serving on the Athletic Committee

               Served as Parent Sports Representative

               Board Member of Logan Elm Education Foundation

 

Patronage and Volunteer work for the Logan Elm Athletics

                        ▪ Clock operator for Varsity Football, 20 years

                        ▪ Sponsorship of the following through Kingston National Bank:

1)     Annual Student Athletic Passes

2)     Scorer’s Table

3)     Trophy Cases and McDowell

4)     Team outing and meals

5)     Team equipment needs

 

Personal Information

                       

            I am married to Nancy (Overman) Evans who was a Class of 1981 Logan Elm Graduate.  We have been married for 29 years and have 3 children who are also graduates of Logan Elm:  Jennifer (Beau) Stidham – LE Class of 2002, Tyler Evans – LE Class of 2005, and Heather Evans – LE Class of 2010.