We are excited to announce this years Class of 2018 Hall of Fame inductees. We will be holding the Induction Ceremony on February 9th, 2018 in the MHS Commons. Inductees will also be presented to the public at halftime of the boys varsity basketball game vs. Lebanon following the ceremony!
Hall of Fame Information/MHS Record Book:
1969-70 OHSAA Men’s State Gymnastics Championship Team
1st – Kettering Invite, Princeton Invite, Regionals and State, Record 13-0, Individual places at the state meet: Jay Butler 2nd Side Horse, 3rd Still Rings (in Hall of Fame), Greg Jones 6th Side Horse, Joe Porter 5th Parrallel Bars, 5th Vault, Rick Runyeon 5th Trampoline, 2nd Tumbling, Tom Schultz 1st Tumbling, 3rd Floor Exercise (in Hall of Fame)
Ron Russo – Basketball Coach
After 16 seasons as the head coach at MHS, Coach Russo is the winningest coach in girls basketball history with a record of 229-122 overall (142-52 in conference play)
2004-05 Perfect 20-0 regular season (AP Div. I state ranking 4th)
3 conference championships (MML – 1996-97, 2004-05 & GWOC South – 2006-07)
Sectional Runner-Ups (1996-97, 1999-00)
Sectional Champs (2004-05, 2009,10)
District Runner-Ups (2004-05, 2009-10)
MML Coach of the Year, All Area Coach of the Year, & AP SW Ohio Coach of the Year in 2005-06
GWOC South Coach of the Year 2007-08
Coached 4 All State Players (Kelli Morris, Shannon Sword, Brittany Wells, and Erica Allenspach)
7 of his players are in the Miamisburg Hall of Fame
20 of his players went on to play at the collegiate level
Jason Roe – Class of 1995 – Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track
Earned a total of 9 varsity letters – 3 in football (92,93,94); 3 in basketball (92,93,94); 2 in baseball (93,94); 1 in track (95) Named Outstanding Senior Athlete in 1995.
Football- Sophomore – Honorable Mention All MML on the 1992 MML Championship team. Junior year named First team All MML. As a senior, he was named First team All MML, Special Mention All Area and Special Mention All SW Ohio. Captain his senior year. Most Valuable Player & Defensive Back; played in the North/South All Star game (6 catches for 121 yards and was named Most Valuable Offensive Player of the game) Record holder for; Most consecutive games with an interception (4); Most multiple interception games in a season (3); highest average per kick return in a game (30.2)
Basketball – junior year led the team in scoring with a 13.5 average; Most Valuable Player; received the Guts Award for most charges taken; named First Team All MML; As a senior led the team in 3pt. shooting; Record Holder for; most 3 point field goals made in sectional play (5); is currently number 20 on All Time Scoring list
Baseball – as a junior named ALL MML & ALL Area Honorable Mention; Record Holder for; most triples in a season (8); most triples per game in a season and career; most stolen bases in a game (3); Jason & his father, Gary (in Hall of Fame), hold the record for most triples by a father/son combination.
Track – 1600 relay team placed first in the MML in 1995; he finished 6th in the long jump and 3rd in the 400 meter at the MML
Jason chose to further his career at Wofford College on a football scholarship where he played 4 years as a free safety. He graduated in 1999 with a degree in chemistry. Married Amber Smith in 2001. They have three children (Garrett, Lily, & Sarah). Jason currently lives in Mobile Alabama where he works as the Production Superintendent for the Olin Corporation.
Ted Morningstar – Class of 1993 – Soccer, Basketball, Baseball
Soccer – 2nd All-time in career goals 37
Tied for 2nd for goals in game 4, 2X
Team MVP 91 and 92, First team MML 91 and 92, Miami Valley All District 91 and 92, All area Dayton South 1st team 91 and 92
Most outstanding male athlete in 1993
Basketball – 2 year letter winner
Baseball – 2 year letter winner, All MML 1992
Ted went on to play 4 years at Wilmington College. Ted came back to Burg and has been a select coach in the area for over ten years and has been a South Stars girls trainer this past year.