Reynolds School District 2015
When: Sat Nov 21, 2015 5:30PM
The Reynolds School District is proud to announce the 2015 class of inductees to the Athletics Hall of Fame:
- Clem “Spaz” Hancock (1960 – 1997)
- Jim Miller (1968 – 1972)
- Steve Raze (1986 – 1990)
- Sue Tuggle (1981 – 1985)
- The 1989-90 Reynolds Boys Soccer Team
(Inductee details below page break)
This year’s banquet will be held on Saturday, November 21, 2015, at the Gresham National Guard Armory. The evening will begin with a no-host social and silent auction at 5:30pm, followed by a sit-down dinner. After dinner is served, the inductees will be introduced and recognized for their tremendous contributions to the Reynolds School District athletics program. This year’s major banquet sponsors are Barclay Events and the Skyland Pub.
Tickets for this year’s banquet are $30 per plate, with reserved tables of eight available for $240. Tickets may be purchased online at: www.reynolds.k12.or.us/rhs/reynolds-school-district-athletic-hall-fame-class-2015
For more info contact Shauna Stanfill at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2015 RHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
- Clem “Spaz” Hancock (1960 – 1997):
From 1960 to the time of his passing, Spaz was an invaluable resource for the Reynolds School District and our athletic programs. He continually took it upon himself to maintain the athletic facilities, including mowing, trimming and painting fields. He volunteered to paint locker rooms, clean bleachers, lock gates and repair equipment that wasn’t working properly. He constructed a concession stand and press box using his own money and resources. He was the person any teacher, coach or administrator called upon when something needed to be done.
- Jim Miller (1968 – 1972):
Jim was a two-sport standout in both football and track and field for the Lancers, lettering three times in both sports. As a junior, he was selected 2nd team All-Wilco League defensive tackle in football. He was the league champion in the discus and went on to become the state champion. As a senior, Jim was selected 1st team All-State defensive tackle and 2nd team All-State offensive tackle in football. In track, he was once again the league champion in the discus, establishing the all-time state mark of 193’. At the state meet, Jim won the discus championship for a second time with a throw of 189-4. After Reynolds, Jim received a football scholarship from Oregon State University but after being injured his freshman year, he chose to focus on track and field, where he had a successful career with the Beavers.
- Steve Raze (1986 – 1990):
Steve participated in both soccer and basketball where he excelled in both sports. During his senior year, he led the soccer team to the state championship, earning 1st team all-state honors and being named the Oregon Soccer Player of the Year. In basketball, he helped lead the Raiders to the state basketball tournament at the Memorial Coliseum, where they eventually lost in the quarterfinals. Steve went on to play both soccer and basketball at Willamette University, where he was a member of the 1993 NAIA Division II National Championship basketball team.
- Sue Tuggle (1981 – 1985):
Sue was a three-sport standout for the Lancers in soccer, basketball and softball, earning twelve varsity letters and multiple All-Mt. Hood Conference and All-State honors. In soccer, she was part of two state championships, three conference championships, as well as a state runner-up. In basketball, she helped the Lancers win the conference title in 1984 as well as a second place finish at the state tournament. In softball, she was part of the 1983 Mt. Hood Conference championship team. Sue went on to compete at Concordia University in Portland where in basketball, she was the school record holder for all-time assists average, which was just recently broken.
- The 1989-90 Reynolds Boys Soccer Team:
In the first year of the Reynolds/Columbia merger, the Raiders won the Mt. Hood Conference with an 11-0-3 record. Led by coach John Garrow and 2015 Hall of Fame Inductee Steve Raze, Reynolds outscored their opponents 13-1 in the State Playoffs and went on to win the first State Championship for the Reynolds Raiders, finishing with a 15-0-3 record and a #15 national ranking.