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Hall of Fame

2017 Hall of Fame


Carl Justice—Class of 1948 Salt Creek Twp. High School

Carl Justice has always taken great pride in his Track and Field accomplishments as well as his Military Service in the United States Navy.  Both of which have provided many stories for his children and grandchildren. 

Carl Justice attended Salt Creek Township High School from 1944-1948.  During this time, Carl earned si6 varsity letters—3 in Basketball and 3 in Track and Field.  From 1946-1948, Mr. Justice was one of iphone porn the Ohio most outstanding runners in the 440 Yard Dash and the 880 Yard Run.  In the 440 Yard Dash, Carl was the Pickaway County Champion in 1946, 1947, and 1948, District Champion in 1946, District Runner-up in 1947, and a State Qualifier in 1946 and 1947.

In the 880 Yard Run, Carl was the Pickaway County Champion in 1946, 1947, and 1948; District Champion in 1946, 1947, and 1948; and a State Qualifier in 1946, 1947, and 1948.  In 1946, Carl tied for 2nd in the State Track meet but was awarded 3rd place after losing a coin toss to determine place.  In 1947, Carl Justice didn’t let a coin toss determine his place as he earned his spot in Ohio High School Track and Field History by winning the State Championship.  Carl qualified for the State Track meet in 1947 to defend his State Title.  He was unable to earn a place on the podium his Senior year due to his sister cooking him a big meal before his meet causing him to cramp up during his race.

After High School, Carl joined the United States Navy and served his country proudly during the Korean War.  Upon returning home, Carl worked for DuPont in Circleville for 30 years as an Electrician and Supervisor.  After retirement, Carl and his wife Mary Ann raised their two grandsons Nate Reynolds and Ryan Justice.  He has four Children—Faith, Tim, Jay, and Hope. 

Carl could not be here tonight.  Here to accept the award for Carl are his grandsons Nate Reynolds and Ryan Justice. 

William Evans—Class of 1953 Pickaway Twp. High School  

Bill Evans earned 13 Varsity letters while attending Pickaway Township High School, 4 in Baseball, 4 in Track and Field, 1 in Football, and 4 in Basketball.  In 1953, Mr. Evans was awarded the Bob Bowsher Trophy which is given to the outstanding boys basketball player in Pickaway County.  Bill was also a member of the All-Pickaway County Football team.  After high school, Mr. Evans continued his education at Ohio University-Athens where he played Freshman Basketball.  Bill was also a member of the Ohio University Track and Field team his Sophomore, Junior, and Senior years throwing the shot put and discus.  Bill graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor of Science in Education Degree majoring in Industrial Arts. 

After college, Mr. Evans served his country in the United States Army as an Armored Tank Operator from 1957 to 1959. 

Bill is a retired Electrician and a talented wood carver.  He has been married to his wife Mary (Boldoser) for 56 years. They are the parents of Robin (Chris) Smith and Eric (Heather) Evans. They are the proud grandparents of Ethan, Nick and Maddie Smith and Holden and Brock Evans.

Emily Robinson—Class of 2011

Emily Robinson porn cartoon earned 10 Varsity Letters while attending Logan Elm High School, 4 in Golf, 4 in Basketball, 1 in Softball, and 1 in Track and Field.

In Softball, Emily was a starter for the Mid State League, Southeast District Championship teams and first in school softball history Regional Runner-Up team in 2011 where she had a .365 Batting Average and a .943 Fielding Average.

In Golf, Emily was captain and member of the Mid State League Championship teams in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010 and Pickaway County Championship team in 2008, 2009 and 2010.  She was a member of the Southeast Sectional Championship team 2009 and 2010, Southeast District Championship team in 2009 and the State Qualifying team of 2009.  Emily was 1st Team All-Mid State League in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.  She was Honorable Mention All Southeast District in 2007 and 2010, 2nd Team All-Southeast District in 2008, 1st Team gay porn All-Southeast District and 2nd Team All Sectional in 2009.  Emily is second in the record books for lowest nine hole score for shooting a 38 at Cooks Creek Golf Course and buy xanax online holds a 75-1 Mid State League record.  Emily was Academic All-Ohio, awarded the Todd Pontius Outstanding Golfer Scholarship and named Pickaway County Player of the Year in 2010.

In Basketball, Emily was captain and a 4-year starter at Logan Elm High School where the team was Pickaway Country Champions in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011.  Emily was Pickaway County’s leading scorer in 2011 and was 7th in scoring in Central Ohio with 357 points in 2011.  Emily was 1st Team All-Pickaway County in 2008, 2009, and 2011, 2nd team in 2010.  She was 2nd Team All-Mid State League in 2008 gay sex and 1st Team All-Mid State League in 2009, 2010, and 2011.  Robinson was 2nd Team All-Southeast District in 2008 and 2009, 3rd Team All Southeast 2010 and 1st Team All-Southeast District in 2011.  She was Honorable Mention All District 14 in 2008 and 2009, 2nd Team All-District 14 in 2010, and 1st Team All-District 14 in 2011.   In 2008 and 2009, Emily was awarded Honorable Mention All-Ohio and was Special Mention All-Ohio in 2011.  In hot gay porn 2011, Emily Robinson was awarded Special Mention on the Columbus Dispatch All-Metro Team, was the Circleville Herald Player of the week three times and named the Columbus Dispatch Player of the week. Emily was Academic All Ohio, Pickaway County Player of the Year and Mid State League Player of the Year in 2011.

Emily Robinson still holds five individual Logan Elm High School records:

Three Pointers in a Game – 6
Three Pointers in a Season – 55
Three Pointers in a Career – 177

Career Free Throw Percentage – 77%
Season Free Throw Percentage – 84%

In 2011, Emily was the Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete of the Year Runner-Up and was a Wendy’s Heisman Top-10 Finalist (only 3 in school history).  Emily is ranked third All-Time at Logan Elm in career points with 1124 points and graduated from Logan Elm with a 4.1 GPA and was Salutatorian of her class. 

Emily Robinson continued her basketball career at NCAA Division II Wheeling Jesuit University.  Emily was a four-year Team Captain (first time in school history) and was a 4-year starter. In 2012 Emily led her team in assists with 107, three pointers with 59, was second in scoring with 354 points, led the conference in minutes played, and received All-West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Team honors.  Emily was the Wheeling Jesuit University Homecoming Queen in 2014, was the Wheeling Jesuit University Scholar Athlete of the Year recipient in 2015, and received the Mary Woomer Medal for being named the Outstanding Wheeling Jesuit University Student from the Class of 2015.  While at Wheeling Jesuit, Emily also participated on the golf team her Senior year and was a Varsity Starter.     

Emily Graduated from Wheeling Jesuit University Sigma Cum Laude with a 3.99 GPA and received her Bachelor’s of Science in Psychology.  Emily will graduate in May with a Master’s of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation and Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.  She is currently completing her internship as a Research Assistant at the VA Medical Center in Durham, North Carolina.  Emily is the daughter of Kelly and Debby Robinson and the sister of Katie (Michael) Eisman. 

 Alyvia Clark—Class of 2010

Alyvia Clark earned 11 Varsity Letters while at Logan Elm, 3 in Volleyball, 4 in Basketball, and 4 in Track and Field.

 In Volleyball, Alyvia was All-Mid State League Honorable Mention in 2007, 2nd Team All-MSL in 2008, and 1st Team All-MSL in 2009.  She was 1st Team All-District 14 in 2008 and 2009.  Alyvia was a member of the back-to-back District Championship Teams in 2008 and 2009 and as a Team Captain, Clark helped lead the Lady Braves Volleyball Team to it first ever Regional Championship and State Final Four appearance in 2009.

In celebrity nude Basketball, Alyvia was on the All-Pickaway County Team in 2008, 2009, and 2010.  In 2010, Clark was named the Circleville Herald Girls Basketball Player of the Year.  Alyvia was 2nd Team All-Mid State League in 2008 and 2009 and was 1st Team All-Mid State League in 2010.  She was 3rd Team All-Southeast District and 2nd Team All-District 14 in 2008, All-Southeast District Honorable Mention in 2009, and 1st Team All-Southeast District and 1st Team All-District 14 in 2010.  Clark was Honorable Mention Columbus Dispatch All-Metro Team and All-Ohio Special Mention in 2010.

In Track and Field, Alyvia Clark was a Mid State League Champion six times.   She was a member of the Championship 4x100 meter relay team in 2009, the 4x800 meter relay in 2008 and 2010, the 4x400 meter relay in 2010, and she was the Mid State League Champion in the 800 meter run in 2009 and 2010.  Alyvia was a five-time Southeast District Champion—4x400 Meter Relay in 2007, 2008, 2010; 4x 800 Meter Relay in 2008, 2010; and was the Southeast District Runner-up in the 800 Meter run in 2009 and 2010.  Alyvia was an 11-time Regional Qualifier in the 800 Meter Run, 4x400 Meter Relay, 4x800 Meter Relay, 4x100 Meter Relay, 100 Meter Dash, and the 4x200 Meter Relay.  Alyvia was the Regional Champion in the 800 Meter Run in 2009.

Alyvia Clark qualified for the State Track Meet in the 4x400 Meter Relay in 2008, the 4x800 Meter Relay in 2010, and in the 800 Meter Run in 2009 and 2010.  Alyvia was a 2-time All-Ohio runner placing 5th in the 800 Meter Run in 2009 and placing 4th in the 800 Meter Run in 2010.

Alyvia held or still holds four Logan Elm High School records including the following:
4x400 Meter Relay – 4:07.49
4x800 Meter Relay – 9:42.73
Sprint Medley Relay – 1:54.08
1600 Meter Run – 5:16.20 ( Currently 2nd

Her time of 2:16.38 in the 800 Meter Run ranks her 2nd All-Time get cash now at Logan Elm. 

Alyvia held the Mid State League record in the 800 Meter Run with a time of 2:20.74 and her 4x800 Meter Relay team still holds the Mid State League Record with a time of 9:45.62.  Alyvia’s 4x800 team also holds the Southeast District Record with a time of 9:50.21.

In 2010, Alyvia the Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete of the Year, a Wendy’s Heisman Top-10 Finalist (only 3 in school history), and was the female recipient of the National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association Award.  Alyvia graduated from Logan Elm with a 4.25 GPA and was Valedictorian of her class.

Alyvia continued her running career at NCAA Division I Loyola University-Chicago and was a     4-year member of the Cross Country and Track teams.  In 2012, Alyvia placed 2nd in the Horizon League Cross Country Championships and animated porn was a 1st team All-Horizon League selection.  In 2013, Loyola’s debut season in the Missouri Valley Conference, Alyvia was a member of the All- Conference team in Cross Country.  In 2013, she was the first female track athlete in Loyola history to earn a Missouri Valley Conference title by winning both the mile run and the 3000 meter run in the Indoor Conference Meet.  Alyvia followed up her strong indoor season with runner-up performances in the 1500 meter and 5000 meter runs at the Missouri Valley Conference Outdoor Meet.  Following her Senior year, Alyvia was named Loyola’s Outstanding Female Middle Distance Runner and received her 2nd USTFCCA Academic All-American Award.                     

Alyvia appears on Loyola’s a All-Time Top 10 list in 8 events, holding school records in the Distance Medley, 4x800 Relay, and the 4x1600 Relay.  She is ranked #2 in school history in the Indoor Mile, 1500 Meter Run, and the 3000 Meter run.  She ranks 4th in the 800 Meter Run.  Alyvia is a 3-time NCAA Midwest Division I Regional Qualifier, earning two berths in the 1500 Meter and one in the 3000 Meter.  She ran a personal best of 4:23.41 in the 1500 meter, and qualified for the Regional Finals at the University of Arkansas in 2014. 

Alyvia graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Accounting and a minor in Marketing.  She continued her education at Loyola University-Chicago where she earned an Master’s of Business Administration while serving as an assistant coach for the Cross Country and Track and Field teams.  She currently works at the NDH Accounting Firm in Chicago and continues to enjoy running.  She has run in the last two Chicago Marathons and has qualified to run in the Boston Marathon in April.

Alyvia is the daughter of Lori Pritchard Hardin and Jerry Clark.  She is the sister of Cole and Colin Clark.

Lora Beavers Wagner—Award of Merit  

Lora Beavers Wagner graduated from Logan Elm High School in 1976.  Lora began working at Logan Elm High School as the Principal’s Secretary in January of 1988.  She began coaching Girls Golf  at Logan Elm in 2006 with her husband Tim as her assistant coach.  With Coach Wagner at the charge, the Lady Braves won six straight Mid State League Titles and was named Mid State League Coach of the Year from 2007-2012.  Coach Wagner’s teams were Pickaway County Champions in 2008, porn cartoon 2009, 2010, and 2011.  They were Sectional Champion in 2009, 2011, and 2012, Southeast District Champions and State Qualifiers in 2009, 2011, and 2012.

In 2010, Mrs. Wagner was the Southeast District Coach of the Year.  Also in 2010, Lora was awarded the Ohio High School Golf Coaches Sportsmanship Award. 

In seven years as the Girls Golf Coach at Logan Elm, Lora had a 138-3 record in Mid State League play and an overall coaching record of 306-76-1.      

Mrs. Wagner retired form Logan Elm in 2013.  She and her husband moved to Cadiz, Kentucky in February of this year. They enjoy Lake Barkley State Park facilities where she has been working as a volunteer at the golf course.

Lora has been married to her husband Tim for 35 years.  They have two sons and their families, Casey Wagner and his wife Becky and their daughter Alyvia; and Jordy Wagner and his wife Nicole and their daughters Ada and Elsie.