Rossford High School inducted two members Dec. 11 into its athletic hall of fame.
Angie Calcamuggio Reynolds and Mark Tinney were the members of the school's 21st class. The duo joined 120 other inductees in the hall of fame.
Reynolds (class of 1993) and Tinney (1987) were honored before the boys basketball game.
Reynolds earned two varsity letters in basketball and volleyball after moving into the district her junior year.
In basketball, Reynolds earned All-Northern Lakes League second team her junior year. In her senior season, the captain led her team to the school's only NLL girls basketball championship. She was named All-NLL first team, All-District 7, All-Ohio honorable mention, and was selected to play in the Ohio all-star game.
In volleyball, Reynolds also helped the Bulldogs win an NLL championship her junior year, earning All-NLL second team. Her senior year, she was named All-NLL first team, District 7 player of the year, and All-Ohio honorable mention.
Reynolds continued her basketball career at the University of Findlay, earning four varsity letters. She set three school records in rebounding and field goal percentage.
Tinney was one of Rossford's most elite wrestlers, capturing the school's first state championship.
Tinney was an NLL, district, and regional champion. Tinney also helped the Bulldogs win their first NLL team championship, and they took third place at the state tournament.
Tinney won two AAU freestyle championships and placed second at the Junior Olympics in freestyle and Greco-Roman style wrestling. He also earned a varsity letter in cross country.
Tinney is currently an assistant wrestling coach at Rossford.
Ferguson gets award
Former Rossford coach Tom Ferguson was the recipient of a National Football Foundation Chapter Leadership Award.
Ferguson, who was named the winner for the midwest region, was honored Dec. 7 at the Waldorf- Astoria in New York.
He joined the foundation in 2003 and has been the local president since 2008.
A Rossford graduate, Ferguson played football at Findlay College, where he was inducted into the hall of fame. He was Rossford's football coach from 1979-2002.
Morrison to Indiana Tech
Alexis Morrison of Clay has signed to play volleyball at Indiana Tech.
She was All-City second team and played in the district all-star match. Morrison also spent five years playing club volleyball with Premier Volleyball Club at the national level.
Indiana Tech's roster already includes Jasmine Battle and Kelsea Nova, both Bowsher graduates, and Kelsey Fitzpatrick of Holland, a Notre Dame grad. The Warriors have won three straight Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference titles.
To avoid a conflict with Ohio State's football game against Arkansas in the Sugar Bowl, all of the Northern Lakes League boys basketball games on Tuesday have been moved to the following night.
The games will be played at the same times and places on Wednesday, NLL Commissioner Larry Morrison announced.
Also, the tip-off for Lakota's boys home game against Hopewell-Loudon Tuesday has been moved up an hour.
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