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Athletics Hall of Fame

​​​Athletic Hall of Fame Nomination

The Overland High School Athletic Hall of Fame serves as a means of recognizing, preserving, and honoring athletes, coaches, and individuals who made significant contributions to the athletic programs at Overland High School. The Hall of Fame acknowledges the contributions and accomplishments of the individuals who are worthy of recognition and examples for others to emulate.


Nominations accepted annually between April 1 and October 21.

​Nominate a candidate using the printable pdf or by using the button to complete a Google nomination form.
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 2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Scott Bentley
Class of 1993
Football and Baseball

Mike Biltimier
Class of 1989
Baseball, Basketball, Football

Kelley Colvin
Class of 1985
Basketball, Softball, Volleyball

Eddie Gill
Class of 1996
Basketball

Matt Jordan
Class of 1994
Soccer, Basketball

Kate Kelly
Class of 1995
Basketball, Soccer, Softball

Marci Reitz
Class of 1987
Soccer, Volleyball
Stacey Ronat
Class of 1992
Basketball, Soccer, Softball

Brent Salazar
Class of 1998
Tennis

Emily Severance
Class of 1993
Tennis

Gary Thompson
Class of 1985
Football, Baseball, Basketball

James Wright
Class of 1992
Wrestling

Dan Reid and Todd Rosenzweig
Class of 1992
Doubles Tennis Team

Kris Nolen
Volleyball Coach 1978–1990

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The Selection Committee is comprised of Tony Schenbeck, Kris Nolen, Pam Smiley, Woodie Smith, Ryan Knorr, Tony Manfredi, and Grant Stevens.
​Hall of Fame
Induction Ceremony
Saturday, March 30, 2019


Tickets
$30 online | $40 at the door
includes ceremony & reception dinner

online ticket portal closes on 3/26/19

​Completed nomination forms can be delivered to the Overland Athletics Office in person or via email.

Ryan Knorr
Athletic Director
rknorr3@cherrycreekschools.org
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