LOGAN â Patrick Angle, Abbey Jennings and Katie McBroom all have at least one athletic accomplishment in common: they are three of just 15 known Logan High School athletes to have scored at least 1,000 varsity points in their respective LHS basketball careers.
Scratch that. Make that at least two things they have in common: they are all about to become members of the LHS Athletic Hall of Fame.
Both Jennings and McBroom are 2000 LHS graduates while Angle, who was elected to the HOF in his first year of eligibility, is a 2010 LHS alum.
They will thus comprise the first class of LHS Athletic Hall of Famers that wonât include anyone who graduated in the 1900s. The earliest graduate in the HOF graduated in 1916.
The new inductees will be honored at the annual Hall of Fame dinner this evening (6 p.m.) in the LHS cafeteria and will receive their HOF plaques prior to Fridayâs Logan-Teays Valley football game in Logan Chieftain Stadium. The game kicks off at 7 p.m., with the on-field ceremony to begin around 6:50.
Angle will be presented tonight by his football coach, Dale Amyx, while Jennings will be introduced by her basketball coach, Keith Myers, and McBroom will be presented by her softball coach, Jim Huntsberger.
The new class brings the total of enshrines to 162. Athletes and coaches at Logan High School, as well as all of the former high schools that once existed in Hocking County, are eligible for the HOF.
Photos of the previous 159 honorees are located in the hallway of the LHS cafeteria, just outside the schoolâs administrative offices.
A look at the new honorees:
Angle is one of Loganâs most-decorated athletes, particularly in football. He joins both of his parents in the Hall of Fame â his father, Jeff, was inducted last year and his late mother, Debbie, was enshrined in 2005 â and his…