STEWART, Ohio -Federal Hocking High School recently inducted five members into its Athletic Hall of Fame.
Members of the 15th class are Tyler Chadwell, Jerry Weaver, Cody Hornsby, Tracy Dye and Adam Tate.
At Federal Hocking, he earned 11 varsity letters in football, baseball and basketball, participating on eight Tri Valley Conference championship teams. He was a member of the National Honor Society, salutatorian of the Class of 2007, a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee and received the US Army National Scholar Award.
The newest members of the Federal Hocking High School Athletic Hall of Fame are, from left, Tyler Chadwell, Cody Hornsby, Tracy Dye, Adam Tate and Jerry Weaver.
He was a two-time baseball MVP of the Tri Valley Conference, participating on three league champion squads, and earned first team all-Ohio honors. He was a two-time all-TVC football player who participated on two league champion teams and earned special mention all-Ohio. In basketball, he was a member of three TVC championships and earned second team all-league honors.
After graduating from Federal Hocking, he attended Ohio University, then returned to Federal Hocking to begin a 35-year teaching career that ended with his retirement in 2009.
He served as the school's head girls track coach for 25 seasons, leading the Lancers to 13 TVC championships, making him the league's all-time winningest coach. His track athletes set 108 school records, earning him Southeast Ohio District Track Coach of the Year four times. He also received a special award from the Ohio High School Athletic Association for his long-time attendance at Federal Hocking basketball games.
During his track career at Federal, he was a member of the school record-setting 4 by 200 and shuttle hurdle relay teams and a state qualifier in the 800 his senior season. He also was a two-time district qualifier in golf.
She also participated in volleyball and rodeo, and was selected as the Ohio High School Rodeo Queen her junior season, when she was a Wrangler All-Star, a state finals qualifier and a national finals qualifier. She also qualified for state and nationals her senior year.
She graduated in 2010 from Morehead State University, where her athletic career was cut short due to a shoulder injury. She earned a master's degree from Ohio State in agricultural and extension education.
In basketball, he was an all-TVC Hocking Division selection, twice earned the Lancer Sixth Man Award and was named Player of the Game at the annual Hoops Invitational at Ohio University's Convocation Center.
A track standout, he advanced to the regionals his senior year in the shot put.