1st annual OHS Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet
The Oakwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame Committee would like to invite the public to the First Annual Oakwood Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet to be held Thursday, Aug. 21 at the Dayton Country Club (jacket/no denim) beginning at 6 p.m. Cost for the event is $30 for adults and $12 for children 12 and under. Social hours begins at 6 p.m. with heavy hor’devours; program begins at 7:15 pm.
To purchase tickets for the event, please send a check made payable to Oakwood Athletic Boosters, and mail to Oakwood Athletic Hall of Fame, 1200 Far Hills Avenue, Dayton, OH 45419 by Aug. 1, 2008. Attendees will not receive a ticket in the mail; check in begins at 5: 45 p.m. at the Dayton Country Club.
For more information, please contact Mark Hughes, Chairman, Hall of Fame Committee, at (937) 297-5342.
The following individuals will be inducted at the banquet at the Dayton Country Club on Thursday, August 21, 2008.
Dr. Roger Beardmore, Class of 1969
Kate Burton, Class of 1981
Edward Cook, Coach
Bess Hayner, Coach
Dan Howell, Class of 1973
J. Mack Hummon, Coach
Barry MacKay, Class of 1953
Joe (Buzz) Pierce, Class of 1964
John Sauer, Class of 1943
Marisa Tuzzi Maher, Class of 1995
State Championship Track Teams of 1929, 1930, & 1931
The Committee is trying to locate the family members of Dan Howell, Bess Hayner and the 1929-1931 State Championship Track Teams. If you know of any information that would help us, please call the Oakwood Athletic Department at
Oakwood United U12 places 2nd
The Oakwood United U12 Gold soccer team finished second place in their division this spring. Here are the team members holding their trophies. Front row: Brooke Preston, Rachel Bloom, Emily Perry, Victoria Ordeman, Selina Williams, Kayla Marrero, Erin Kennedy. Back row: Rachel Neff, Jamie Lauterbach, Annie Stuckey, Sylvie Debrosse, Kayley Radcilffe, Megan Cleary, Kristen Ramey, Anna Shewell.
Dayton Wings garner All-Ohio & All-Region Honors
Seven Dayton Wings players received All-Ohio & All-Region recognition by the Ohio State Lacrosse Association. The Dayton Wings high school team is a Division III lacrosse team comprised of Dayton-area student athletes. The Wings compiled an 11-5 record en route to a third place finish in the Division III state high school playoffs.
Alex Coe, Attackman, Senior, Fairmont HS
Zack Kauth, Midfielder, Senior, Chaminade Julienne HS
Chas Fralick, Midfielder, Senior, Springfield
Bob Ferdelman, Defensemen, Junior, Miamisburg HS
Mike O’Neal, Attackman, Sophomore, New Knoxville HS
Nolan Kronbergs, Midfielder, Junior, Oakwood HS
Jake Ritzenthaler, Midfielder, Junior, Tecumseh HS
Oakwood rowers win 1st at Governors’ Cup
Dayton Boat Club rowers brought home medals from the Midwest Junior Rowing Championship held in Cincinnati May 17-18 and at the Governor’s Cup regatta held at Griggs Reservoir in Columbus April 26.
At the Midwest Championships, the girls’ first varsity 4+ boat rowed by Molly Bruggeman (Oakwood, CJ sophomore), Annie Haley (Oakwood, CJ junior), Katie Holtvogt (Centerville HS senior), Abby Meyers (Dayton, CJ junior), and Moriah Pendergrass (Dayton, Dominion Academy junior) won second-place honors in a field of 16 boats from throughout the region. At the Governors’ Cup, this boat won first place in a field of 24 boats.
The boys’ 2x boat rowed by Patrick Murphy (Oakwood HS senior) and A.J. Montesano (Oakwood HS junior) earned fourth place honors at Midwests. At the Governors’ Cup, Murphy and Montesano won first place in a field of 18 boats.
Both the girls’ first varsity 4+ and the boys’ 2x qualified for Youth Nationals because of their placement at the Midwest regatta. Said head coach Mike Miles, “This is the most successful trip we have had to the Midwests. We have built on past successes and look forward to a good showing at Nationals in June.”
Two other DBC girls’ boats medaled at the Midwest Championships.
The girls’ second varsity 4+ boat won third-place honors. Its crew consisted of Nicole Campbell (Huber Heights, CJ junior), Julie Wittman (Oakwood, CJ sophomore), Laken Ethun (Huber Heights, CJ sophomore), Sydney Lawler (Centerville HS senior), and Ally Flynn (Vandalia, CJ sophomore).
The girls’ third varsity 4+ boat also won third-place honors. DBC members in this boat included Julia Philips-Roth (Oakwood, CJ junior), Kathleen Begley (Oakwood, CJ senior), Emily Wall (Kettering, Alter senior), Hannah Keener (Centerville HS junior), and Erin Mooney (Oakwood HS senior).
The DBC lightweight 4+ boat won second-place honors at the Governor’s Cup. The boat’s crew consisted of Jen Morris (Oakwood HS senior), Becky Anthony (Kettering, CJ sophomore), Kelly Kinsey (Centerville, CJ junior), Patty Arnold (Dayton, CJ junior), and Laken Ethun (Huber Heights, CJ sophomore).
Also at the Governors’ Cup, the novice 4+ boat won second place. Crew members included Oakwood High School freshmen Halle Edwards, Jami Montesano, and Natasha Wahl; Katie Pschesang (Kettering, Fairmont freshman); and Courtney Schock (Centerville, Watts Middle School eighth grade).
Sam Klonz, coach of the novice boat, said “I am incredibly pleased with our speed this spring season. The (novice) girls have shown incredible passion and commitment to this sport. The Mileses have developed a program here in the Dayton area that allows us to be competitive with the other top, national programs.”
Dayton Boat Club will run summer learn-to-row camps; visit the club website at www.daytonboatclub.org for more information.
OHS Spring Sports Awards 2008