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Indian Riffle Elementary Student Council Members Celebrate their School's "National Blue Ribbon" Status Parents/Guardians can sign child(ren) up for flu shots, to be administered November 12-14. Fairmont Raised a Record-Breaking $100,001.10 in Spirit Chain 2018! The Fairmont Firebirds Before the 'Battle of Kettering' "Don't Count the Days. Make the Days Count" Is Digital Design Instructor, Jared Parker's, Mantra Summer Band Practice Amidst the New Auditorium Construction Project 263 Fairmont Students Make up the 2018 Marching Firebirds Fairmont Career Tech Center -- Try what you want to do and be for free! We are the FIREBIRDS! CJ Roden, Oakview Elementary School's Music Teacher A Kettering Teacher Works One-on-One with her Student Turf Field at Roush Stadium, Home of the Firebirds Kettering Bus Drivers Log more than 600,000 Route Miles a Year Kettering has Once Again Been Named a 'Best Communities for Music Education' Fairmont Park, home of Firebird Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse
Indian Riffle Elementary Student Council Members Celebrate their School's "National Blue Ribbon" Status Parents/Guardians can sign child(ren) up for flu shots, to be administered November 12-14. Fairmont Raised a Record-Breaking $100,001.10 in Spirit Chain 2018! The Fairmont Firebirds Before the 'Battle of Kettering' "Don't Count the Days. Make the Days Count" Is Digital Design Instructor, Jared Parker's, Mantra Summer Band Practice Amidst the New Auditorium Construction Project 263 Fairmont Students Make up the 2018 Marching Firebirds Fairmont Career Tech Center -- Try what you want to do and be for free! We are the FIREBIRDS! CJ Roden, Oakview Elementary School's Music Teacher A Kettering Teacher Works One-on-One with her Student Turf Field at Roush Stadium, Home of the Firebirds Kettering Bus Drivers Log more than 600,000 Route Miles a Year Kettering has Once Again Been Named a 'Best Communities for Music Education' Fairmont Park, home of Firebird Soccer, Field Hockey and Lacrosse

Fairmont to Induct Four into 2018 Athletic Hall of Fame

2018 Fairmont Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

The inductees will be introduced during half-time of the Fairmont versus Beavercreek Boys Basketball game on Friday, February 16, at Trent Arena. The Hall of Fame ceremony will be held on Saturday, February 17, in the Fairmont High School Main Lobby Art Gallery, starting at noon.

All are invited to join in celebrating the 2018 inductees! Please RSVP your attendance for the Saturday, February 17, ceremony to: hof.committee@ketteringschools.org.

 

Cameron Campeau, Kettering Fairmont High School, Class of 2006 – Campeau earned seven letters while at Kettering Fairmont, including three in football, three in wrestling and two in track. In wrestling, he was a district qualifier as a sophomore, junior and senior and was the team captain and Most Valuable Player his junior and senior years. In his senior year, Cameron was the league and sectional champion, and was an OHSAA State qualifier. For his Firebird career, he ranks eighth in takedowns (289), and tenth in career victories (98). Campeau also holds school records in football, including the All-Fairmont Schools record for most carries in a game (63), and most yards from scrimmage in a game (413). He also holds four additional school records for yards rushed in a season (1,696 set in 2004), yards rushed in a career (3,451 set from years 2003-2005), TD’s in a season (27 in 2004), and TD’s in a career (45). He was named the winner of the Finley-Pugh Award, presented annually to the most outstanding male athlete in his graduating class. Campeau and his wife, Carrie, live in North Carolina, were he works for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company of Danville.

 

Betty Geoghegan, Fairmont West High School, Class of 1979 -- 1978 was a memorable year for Dragon women’s sports and for Geoghegan, who earned seven letters while in high school in gymnastics, track and cross country. In that year, she literally set a “very high bar” for future Fairmont women track athletes. She broke, and still holds, the All-Fairmont Schools women’s high jump record of 5’7”. This record, which has stood for almost 40 years, is believed to be the third longest-standing record in All-Fairmont Athletic history for both men and women. Geoghegan and teammate Ginny Moore, were pioneers in cross country when they became the first females to run cross country in Fairmont West history. She inspired other Dragon women to try out for the team and eventually a women’s cross country team was established. Geoghegan teaches math at Montgomery County High School in Mount Sterling, Kentucky, and lives with her husband, Jon, in Lexington.

 

Kelly McCoy, Fairmont West High School, Class of 1981 – An elite gymnast who set her sights on the 1980 Olympics until an ankle fracture knocked her out of the running, McCoy joined the Fairmont gymnastics team her senior year and went on to be the State Champion in the vault, the bars, and floor exercise at the 1981 Ohio State Gymnastics Championships. She was second on the beam, and won the All-Around Award as the finest female gymnast in Ohio. The team won the OHSAA State title with a score of 198.25 points, which still ranks sixth all-time in state gymnastics competition, and McCoy’s point total of 18.65 in the floor exercise remains an OHSAA record. McCoy is an occupational therapist and lives with her husband, Andy, in North Carolina.


Andy Metzler, Kettering Fairmont High School, Class of 1995 – As a three-year starter on the Men’s Varsity Basketball Team, Metzler was his team’s most valuable player in both his junior and senior years. He scored 1,138 points in his career at Fairmont, which was a career-scoring record that he held for several years until it was broken by Fairmont Athletic Hall of Fame member, Lamar Skeeter. One record that has stood the test of time for the past 23 years is Metzler’s single-game scoring record of 47 points. He achieved this milestone against the Wayne Warriors his senior year. Metzler lives in the Dayton area and is employed in the City of Dayton’s Finance Department.





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