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Parkway Athletics Inducts Three New Members to the Hall of Fame 2017

On Saturday, January 21, 2017 the Parkway Athletic Department inducted three new members into the Parkway Athletic Hall of Fame. The induction took place in between the JV and Varsity games. Thank you to Nikki Fox for the photos and Matt Triplett for the write-ups.

 

Travis Bates - Class of 1986

 

Travis earned three varsity letters in track and two letters in football. He took 9th place in the discus at the State Track Meet his junior year. Travis also placed 12th in the discus at the State Track Meet his senior season. He was the MAC champion in the discus his junior & season seasons. Travis also was the MAC champion in the shot put his senior season. He also earned Honorable Mention MAC in football his senior season. Travis earned four varsity letters in track at Huntington University. He was named the team MVP in 1989 & 1990. He was a four time MCC All Conference honoree. Travis broke the NAIA District 21 record in the discus in 1990. He was the discus champion at the International Meet On Day of Pentecost, held in Bolzano, Italy in 1990. In 2010, Travis was inducted into the Huntington University Hall of Fame.   

 

Brett Roehm - Class of 1991

Brett earned two varsity letters in baseball and one letter in basketball. During his senior season, Brett threw a no-hitter in the district semi-finals. He was also named first team all MAC. Brett was a member of the 1991 State Championship Baseball Team. He attended Ohio Northern University where he earned four varsity letters in baseball. At ONU, Brett set multiple school records including most wins in a season (14), most complete games in a season (12), most strikeouts in a season (134) and most shutouts in a season (5). Brett is also the ONU career leader in wins (31), shutouts (9), innings pitched (320) and strikeouts (392). Brett earned First Team All-American honors during his senior season. He also set an NCAA Division III record with 392 career strikeouts. Brett went on to play two seasons in the Atlanta Braves organization. 

 

 

Kelly (Rutledge) Sutton - Class of 1985

 

Kelly earned four varsity letters in track. She was a member of the 800-meter relay team that won a State Championship in 1982, 1984 & 1985. Kelly is Parkway’s only three-time State Champion. During her career, Kelly qualified for the State Track Meet in 13 events. She qualified for the State Track Meet in four events as a freshman, three events during her sophomore, junior and senior years. Kelly is a two-time Mercer county champion in the 100-meter dash. She is a member of the 800-meter relay team that holds the school record. Kelly is also a member of the 1600-meter relay team that holds the school record.

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BETH (HUNZIKER) BLACK to be Inducted as 4th Recipient on January 24, 2015

 

Beth (Hunziker) Black

Class of 1991

Beth earned four varsity letters in Basketball.  The Girls Basketball program recorded 63 wins during her four year career.  Beth led the 1989-90 and 1990-91 teams to a Sectional Championship in Basketball.  She currently holds many school records in Basketball at Parkway High School.  Beth is currently the All-Time scoring leader with 1,547 points.  She is also the leader in career three point field goals made with 75 and threes made in a season with 47 her freshmen year.  Beth holds the school record for steals in a career with 339.  She recorded 12 steals in a game which is also a record at Parkway.  Beth is currently the career leader in points per game (17.5), offensive rebounds in a career (318), and field goals made in a season (179).   She is the current career leader in free throws made with 228, and free throws attempted with 370.   Beth currently ranks ninth in career scoring in the Midwest Athletic Conference.

 

 

Three New Members Chosen for Parkway Athletic Hall of Fame
THE PARKWAY ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE MET AND HAS ELECTED THREE NEW MEMBERS.  THE HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 2015 INCLUDES MIKE SCHUMM, GALEN SCHUMM, AND ROGER CRAFT.   THE HALL OF FAME CEREMONY WILL TAKE PLACE IN BETWEEN THE JV AND VARSITY BOYS GAME ON JANUARY 24TH, 2015.  PLEASE MARK THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR AND COME TO THE GAME.

 

MIKE SCHUMM
CLASS OF 1973

HEAD BASEBALL COACH OF THE 1987 AND 1991 STATE CHAMPIONS,
COMPILED 407 VICTORIES WHILE COACHING BASEBALL FOR 29 YEARS.


LED FOUR TEAMS TO MIDWEST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS AND FOURTEEN SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS.


NAMED THE MAC BASEBALL COACH OF THE YEAR FOUR TIMES.


INDUCTED INTO THE ACME BASEBALL HALL OF FAME IN 2009 AND THE OHIO HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION HALL OF FAME IN 2010.


SERVED THE PARKWAY COMMUNITY AS ASSISTANT FOOTBALL COACH FOR 10 YEARS, ATHLETIC DIRECTOR FOR 6 YEARS, HEAD BOYS GOLF COACH FOR 7 YEARS, HEAD BOYS BASKETBALL COACH FOR 4 YEARS, AND ASSISTANT BASKETBALL COACH FOR 6 YEARS.


AS AN ATHLETE AT PARKWAY MIKE LETTERED IN BASEBALL AND FOOTBALL FOR FOUR YEARS AND BASKETBALL FOR THREE YEARS.


FIRST TEAM ALL-MERCER COUNTY LEAGUE IN BASEBALL IN 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973.


NAMED PLAYER OF THE YEAR IN BASEBALL IN THE MERCER COUNTY LEAGUE IN 1972 AND 1973.


IN BASEBALL MIKE WAS NAMED BEST OFFENSIVE PLAYER IN 1970, 1971, 1972, AND 1973. HE WAS NAMED MVP IN BASEBALL IN 1972 AND 1973.


IN 1973, MIKE PITCHED IN THE SECTIONAL FINALS STRIKING OUT 13, THE DISTRICT SEMIFINALS STRIKING OUT 14, THE DISTRICT FINALS STRIKING OUT 13 AND THE REGIONAL SEMI-FINALS STRIKING OUT 14.


NAMED UPI SECOND TEAM ALL-STATE AS A QB IN 1972.


EARNED FIRST TEAM ALL TRI- COUNTY LEAGUE IN FOOTBALL IN 1971 AND 1972.


MIKE ATTENDED MARIETTA AND OHIO NORTHERN WHERE HE LETTERED IN BASEBALL.

GALEN SCHUMM
CLASS OF 2002

EARNED FOUR VARSITY LETTERS IN BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, AND FOOTBALL.


NAMED FIRST TEAM ALL-OHIO IN BASEBALL IN 2001 AND 2002.


EARNED FIRST TEAM ALL-MAC IN BASEBALL IN 1999, 2000, 2001, AND 2002.


CAREER BATTING AVERAGE OF .467 WITH 26 HOME RUNS AND 124 RUNS BATTED IN. HAD 125 HITS AND 86 WALKS IN HIS CAREER AT PARKWAY.


IN BASKETBALL, GALEN WAS NAMED FIRST TEAM ALL-MAC AND ALL- DISTRICT HONORABLE MENTION IN 2002.


TIED WITH GREG MORRISON AS THE ALL-TIME CAREER LEADER AT PARKWAY WITH 253 MADE FREE THROWS.


RANKS FOURTH IN CAREER SCORING AND SIXTH IN CAREER FREE THROW PERCENTAGE.


GALEN RANKS SIXTH IN CAREER THREE POINT FIELD GOALS MADE.


NAMED FIRST TEAM ALL-MAC IN FOOTBALL IN 2001 AND 2002.


ATTENDED OLNEY CENTRAL IN 2003 AND 2004 WHERE HE EARNED FIRST TEAM ALL-LEAGUE HONORS. NAMED ALL-REGION IN 2004.


GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON WHERE HE LETTERED IN BASEBALL IN 2005 AND 2006.


EARNED FIRST TEAM ALL-ATLANTIC 10 IN 2005 AND 2006.


HOLDS THE UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON RECORD FOR DOUBLES IN A SEASON WITH 23. RANKS FIFTH WITH A .353 CAREER BATTING AVERAGE AT DAYTON.

 

ROGER CRAFT
CLASS OF 1980

  • EARNED THREE VARSITY LETTERS IN BASKETBALL AND BASEBALL AT PARKWAY HIGH SCHOOL.
  • ALL STATE HONORABLE MENTION IN BOYS’ BASKETBALL DURING HIS SENIOR SEASON.
  • FIRST TEAM ALL MAC IN BOYS BASKETBALL AS A SENIOR.
  • NORTHWEST DISTRICT SECOND TEAM AND DISTRCIT EIGHT SECOND TEAM IN BOYS BASKETBALL AS A SENIOR.
  • HOLDS SCHOOL RECORDS IN BOYS BASKETBALL FOR STEALS IN A SEASON (77), ASSISTS IN A GAME (15), ASSISTS IN A SEASON (191), AND ASSISTS IN A CAREER (352).
  • SCORED 702 POINTS IN HIS CAREER AT PARKWAY WHICH IS 15TH  ON THE ALL TIME LIST.
  • MEMBER OF THE BOYS BASKETBALL SECTIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM IN 1980.
  • FIRST TEAM ALL MAC IN BASEBALL DURING HIS SENIOR SEASON.
  • PARTICIPATED IN THE BOYS BASEBALL MAC ALL STAR GAME DURING HIS SENIOR YEAR.
  • IS CURRENTLY THE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR AND BOYS’ BASKETBALL COACH AT COVINGTON HIGH SCHOOL.

 

 
 

Parkway Alumni Inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame, Year 2013, on February 8

Two former outstanding athletes from Parkway were inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame, on February 8, 2014 during the Parkway game with Perry.

Presenting the  plaques to Shawnette (Byer) Metzger 1990 grad and Neil Shaffner 1987 grad, were their coaches: Todd Henkle and Mike Schumm. These two join the ranks of other superior athletes from Parkway High School who are now honored ~ Congratulations to Shawnette and Neil!

Shawnette (Byer) Metzger graduated from Parkway in 1990.  She was First Team All-State in Volleyball during her senior year and Honorable Mention All-State in Volleyball during her junior year. She earned First Team All-MAC honors in volleyball during her junior and senior years. Shawnette was First Team District 8 as a senior in Volleyball. She was Player of the Year in the Midwest Athletic Conference in Volleyball during her Senior Year. A member of the Volleyball Teams that finished as Regional Runners-up in 1989, she currently hold the school record in Volleyball for aces in a season with 77 and serve reception with 92%. Earning three varsity letters in Volleyball, three varsity letters in Basketball and two Varsity letters in Track, she currently holds the school record in Basketball for most assists in a career with 310 and most assists in a game with 12. Shawnette was a member of the 4 x 200 meter relay team that finished third at the Regional Track Meet. She attended Southwestern Michigan Junior College for two years where she was named First Team All-American in Volleyball. Shawnette then attended Nicholls State University for three years and was named Honorable Mention All-American in Volleyball.

 

Neil Shaffner graduated from Parkway in 1987. He was named All-Ohio in Baseball during his senior year and was the Midwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year in Baseball in 1987. Neil earned First Team All-MAC honors in baseball during his junior and senior seasons. He was a member of the 1987 State Championship Team and the 1985 MAC Championship Team in Baseball. Earning three varsity letters in Baseball and one in Cross Country, he currently holds the school record at Parkway for highest batting average in a season at .575, most stolen bases in a career with 62, most stolen bases in a season with 48, and most walks in a season with 30. Neil attended Union College where he was named All-Conference in 1992 and 1993. While attending Union College he led the Bulldogs in Runs Batted In from 1991-1993 with 165, and led the league with 10 home runs in 1992. He set a NAIA record by playing 138 consecutive games without committing and error. Neil was a member of the Continental World Series team that finished National Runners-up in 1992. Click on smaller thumbnail pictures to enlarge them.

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Shawnette (Byer) Metzger graduated from Parkway in 1990.  She was First Team All-State in Volleyball during her senior year and Honorable Mention All-State in Volleyball during her junior year. She earned First Team All-MAC honors in volleyball during her junior and senior years. Shawnette was First Team District 8 as a senior in Volleyball. She was Player of the Year in the Midwest Athletic Conference in Volleyball during her Senior Year. A member of the Volleyball Teams that finished as Regional Runners-up in 1989, she currently hold the school record in Volleyball for aces in a season with 77 and serve reception with 92%. Earning three varsity letters in Volleyball, three varsity letters in Basketball and two Varsity letters in Track, she currently holds the school record in Basketball for most assists in a career with 310 and most assists in a game with 12. Shawnette was a member of the 4 x 200 meter relay team that finished third at the Regional Track Meet. She attended Southwestern Michigan Junior College for two years where she was named First Team All-American in Volleyball. Shawnette then attended Nicholls State University for three years and was named Honorable Mention All-American in Volleyball. 2013

 

Neil Shaffner graduated from Parkway in 1987. He was named All-Ohio in Baseball during his senior year and was the Midwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year in Baseball in 1987. Neil earned First Team All-MAC honors in baseball during his junior and senior seasons. He was a member of the 1987 State Championship Team and the 1985 MAC Championship Team in Baseball. Earning three varsity letters in Baseball and one in Cross Country, he currently holds the school record at Parkway for highest batting average in a season at .575, most stolen bases in a career with 62, most stolen bases in a season with 48, and most walks in a season with 30. Neil attended Union College where he was named All-Conference in 1992 and 1993. While attending Union College he led the Bulldogs in Runs Batted In from 1991-1993 with 165, and led the league with 10 home runs in 1992. He set a NAIA record by playing 138 consecutive games without committing and error. Neil was a member of the Continental World Series team that finished National Runners-up in 1992. 2013

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

TED BOLLENBACHER

Ted earned four varsity letters in Baseball, three in Football and two in Basketball at Parkway High School.  He was named Parkway’s Most Valuable Player in Baseball in 1970 and 1971.  Ted threw four no hitters in league play.   In 1970, Ted averaged an amazing 2.3 strikeouts per inning pitched.   He was one of only fifty-eight players in Ohio to be named All-State in Baseball during the 1971 season.  Ted was named to the Mercer County All-Star Team in 1968, 1969, 1970, and 1971.  He was the first person ever selected to the All-Star Team all four years of high school. Ted was named Most Valuable Player in Basketball at Parkway during his senior year.  He was also selected to the All Mercer County Team his senior year.   After graduation, Ted attended Rangely College where he earned two varsity letters in Baseball and won the Most Valuable Player award in 1973. 2013

JOY HUNZIKER

Joy earned four varsity letters in cross country, four in track, and three in basketball.  Joy earned All-MAC honors in cross country all four years of high school.  She won the MAC Cross Country meet during both her junior and senior year.  Joy also won the District Cross Country meet in 1984.  She qualified for the Regional Cross Country meet three out of four years.    In Basketball, Joy earned All-MAC honors during her junior and senior year.  Joy scored 1,061 points in her career.    She is the first woman to ever score over 1,000 points in her career at Parkway High School.  Joy was a member of the 1985-86 Regional Runners-up in Girls Basketball.  Joy scored in double figures 58 out of 68 games in her career.  During her senior season Joy averaged 19.7 points per game, which was second best in Mercer County.  She won the MAC in the 1600 and 3200 meter run in girls track.  Joy went to State in the 3200 meter run.  2013

TODD HENKLE

Todd Henkle was the Varsity Volleyball Coach at Parkway High School from 1989-1993, 1995 to 2005.  His coaching record over 16 years was 257-152.   He won 3 Midwest Athletic Conference Championships and was MAC Coach of the Year in 1989, 1991, and 1992.  Todd's teams won 13 Sectional Championships, 9 District Championships, and 3 Regional Championships.  He coached the Panthers to the Division III State Championships in 1996 and 1997.  The Panthers were also Division III State Runners-up in 2005.  Todd had 8 players earn All-Ohio Honors.  He was named to the Ohio High School Coaches Association Achievement Award  in '89, '92, '95,'97, '04. Todd coached the State All-Star Match in '95.  He also received the OHSAA "Respect the Game Award" in '07.     He was selected to coach the District 8 All-Star team in '91, '95, '98, '04.  Todd graduated from Parkway High School in 1981 where he earned 8 varsity letters in football, baseball, and basketball. 2012

 

 
 

 

 

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