Multiple Teams · Rimmer, Meibers, Tuck, and Glenn Inducted in to the Hall of Fame

Congratulations to the 2020 Hall of Fame Inductees.  Here is a brief biography of their accomplishments and contributions.

Dave Rimmer (1966): State Champion in Pole Vault, first Owl to win a State Championship.  Holds the Pole Vault record.  Went undefeated in Ohio competitions his senior year.  Earned track scholarship to Indiana University.  Set the Indiana University pole vault record.

Ken Meibers (Coach): 50 years of coaching cross country, basketball and track.  Won a Cross Country State Title (1978).  Coached 4 girls who competed in the Olympic trials.  Coached 18 Mt. Healthy students who participated in state track meet.  Coached 1,000 career basketball games.

Tina Tuck (Coach/Athletic Director): Under her direction, football teams went to 12 state playoff and teams earned 48 conference championships.  All facilities were either replaced or upgraded under her direction.  Two conference championships, two sectional runner ups, district championship, and a regional runner up (basketball).  Three-time Conference Coach of the Year.  Inducted into the OHSAA Hall of Fame.

Kenny Glenn (2014): Male Track Athlete of the Year (2014), All SWOC, All-City, and All-State Honors in long jump and high jump.  Earned the US Army Reserve National Scholar Athlete Award.  Three-time NCAA 1st Round Qualifier.  Finished 5th in USATF Indoor Championships (2019).  Mid American Conference Runner Up (2019).  Bronze Medalists at Penn Relays (2019).  Member of Board of Education (2020).


Kenny Glenn, Ken Meibers, Tina Tuck

The athletic department continues to accept applications for the Hall of Fame through October 1st.  Thank you to those who have submitted nominations.  Any nomination that has been submitted remains on file, and will be voted on again the following year.