Congratulations to the six former Bexley High School outstanding athletes who were inducted into the BHS Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, October 22. This was the 17th class of inductees to the Hall of Fame which held its first induction event in 1990. The Athletic Hall of Fame is dedicated to the memory of Rebecca Millard Attwood, daughter of former Bexley Coach Gene Millard and his wife, Sally.
This year’s inductees are:
Jule Van Sant, ‘59, the Sports Queen who set the standard for many female athletes to follow
Cheri Papier, ‘64, a multi-talented athlete while in high school who achieved national and international recognition for her prowess in table tennis
G.J. Seckel, ‘74, outstanding tennis player and coach who compiled an outstanding winning record taking his teams to compete in multiple league, district and state championship matches over 24 years.
Michael Stickney, ‘75, a phenomenal swimmer who set numerous school records including the record in the 100 meter backstroke that lasted for 30 years.
Brian Range, ‘90, the basketball and football player who dominated on the field and court and whose record for single game rushing, 377 yards, still stands today.
Daniel Broidy, ‘08, the defensive soccer player and team captain who led his team to the 2005 state championship and 2006 state semi-final.