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2010-2011 seniors

2010 / 2011 basketball media guide

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Welcome

Welcome to Hoover Basketball 2010-2011. Let's get "Back to Business" We hope you're as excited about the upcoming season as the Vikings are. Last year Hoover High School joined the list of Ohio high schools whose basketball programs have won 1,000 games in their history. That list is less than 50 schools long. This, however, is a new season! Hoover fans have become accustomed to the .813 winning percentage produced by Coach Randy Montgomery's first seven squads. Where basketball is a priority, expectations are high. This year's team is making the transition from last season's senior-laden group to one that will lean more heavily on contributions from newcomers and underclassmen to share the load with senior Nyles Evans. How well ­ and how soon ­ those newcomers step up will determine what kind of a mark this year's team leaves on the program. Consistent success has never come easily, and it will never be taken for granted. It has always been the by-product of hard work... hard work that does not begin in late November or early December, but rather begins ever so shortly after the conclusion of the previous year. These players have worked hard, both on their individual games and as a team. They are excited for this season and Viking fans should be too. The 2010-2011 Vikings return three senior players, 6'4" Kyle Arnold, 6' Nyles Evans, and 6'1" Chad Feinberg , as well as senior manager Lucas Rife. A fourth senior player, 6'2" Brandon Crues, returns from a one-year hiatus. Evans brings by far the most significant experience, but he has plenty as a 4th-year starter and an all-state player who ranks 11th on the Hoover all-time scoring list as the season begins. Feinberg saw plenty of action in the backcourt as well, and the Vikes need Chad to play well for them to succeed. Kyle Arnold will have to anchor the front court, but he has grown up enough as a player to be up to the task. Crues adds energy and a knack for finding rebounds and loose balls. Lucas Rife is an invaluable asset to the team and the coaches, and he returns for his fourth season as team manager. Juniors Michael Ducey (5'7"), Nick Fausnight (5'10"), Phil Marcantonio (6'4"), Tyler Veldhuizen (6'3"), and Skyler Correll (6') also return. None logged significant minutes last season, and both Fausnight and Veldhuizen have had injury issues in the preseason. Marcantonio and Correll add braun inside, while Ducey is a back court contributor. Taylor Moore is a 6'6" junior newcomer. These young men will play their respective ways into ­ or out of ­ the rotation by their performances. Also on the varsity are sophomores Dom Iero (5'10"), Tyler Maciag (6'), Harrison Blackledge (6'3"), and Max Erb (6'5"). Iero saw limited varsity action last season as a freshmen. He and Maciag are back court players and shooters, while Blackledge and Erb will contribute in the front court. The high school coaching staff returns unchanged, with Troy Clark once again serving as Coach Montgomery's varsity assistant and Jim York returning as head JV coach. Terry Cook, who has helped Coach Montgomery for over 20 years, returns in the somewhat administrative role ­ overseeing scouting and logistics ­ that he had last season. Todd Blackledge is the head coach of the Freshmen team again, and he is still assisted by Paul Eriksen.

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coach Randy montgomeRy

Coach Randy Montgomery's program at Hoover is recognized as one of the most respected in the state. The Vikings schedule traditional powerhouses, a point to which last year's trip to Cincinnati and this year's return visit by St. Xavier will attest. Coach Montgomery is constructing a program, not just coaching a team. He is well on his way to doing just that here at Hoover. Not just at the high school, where his current players attend, but throughout the entire North Canton community. Seniors graduate, and talent ebbs and flows from class to class. But work ethic, tradition, and pride are characteristics that overcome the disparity in talent from one group of Vikings to the next. Pride not only in what you do on the court, but in what you do off the court as well. Pride not only in the results, but in how you go about achieving those results. Pride in being a Hoover Viking basketball player, which draws the next generation of youngsters to become Viking roundballers as well. In eight seasons since his hiring, Montgomery's Vikings have elevated the stature of North Canton Hoover basketball, receiving attention from the entire state. Their performance has born out the truth of the "Since 2002 ­ A New Tradition" t-shirts that accompanied his arrival. The Vikings have won 148 of 182 games over that period, including 80 of 86 games at home. Hoover finished 2003 with a 21-2 record, good enough for the school's first Federal League basketball title since 1985, and just the fourth in school history. Montgomery followed up that performance with an even better one in 2004, leading the Vikings to a perfect 20-0 regular season, a first for the program, and the school's first-ever AP Poll State Championship. The Vikings finished 21-1 and again took Federal League honors, Hoover's first-ever back-to-back Federal League basketball championships. The 2005 team finished the regular season at 18-2, ranked seventh in Ohio in the final AP poll, and wrapped up the season at 19-3. The 05-06 team, with five first-year starters, still finished 13-8. The following season's team finished at 18-4. The 2007-08 team won 16 of their 23 games as well. The 2008-09 squad's 21-4 mark included yet another Federal League championship, along with the first District title of Montgomery's tenure. Last year's squad finished 19-5. Montgomery became the winningest basketball coach in Hoover history during the 2008-09 campaign. His teams' 148-34 record in his first eight seasons is the best eight-year winning percentage (.813) at Hoover since 1943. In addition, the Vikings enter the 2010-2011 season with an 80-6 mark at home during Montgomery's first eight campaigns. Of course, numbers like these seemed less mind-boggling and almost commonplace during Montgomery's 19-year stay at Triway High School. His Titan teams averaged exactly 18 wins and 5 losses per season for those 19 seasons, adding up to an impressive 342-95 record. His teams won 12 league titles in a row, five district crowns, two AP Poll Championships, and made a pair of state final four appearances in 1988 and 1991. Prior to beginning his own head coaching career, Montgomery spent three seasons as an assistant to current West Virginia University head coach Bob Huggins at Walsh University in North Canton. He and Huggins helped coach Walsh to the NAIA title game in 1983. Montgomery's coaching career began in 1978 as the freshmen coach at Springfield Local High School. He spent two years in that role before moving on to Walsh. In 27 years as a varsity head coach, Montgomery has had just one losing season, compiling a 490129 record and a stellar .792 winning percentage. Coach Montgomery reached the 400-win milestone during the 2004-2005 season, putting him in select company among some of Ohio's best basketball coaches. The 500-win mark seems likely reachable during this 2010-2011 season. Coach Montgomery and his wife, Becky (a guidance counselor at Greentown Elementary), currently reside in North Canton. They have three daughters: Annie (23, a teacher at Clearmount Elementary), Erin (20, a cosmetologist and recent Malone University enrollee), and Leigh (18, featured later in this publication).

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THE TRIWAY YEARS

YEAR RECORD ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1983-84 13-8 First winning season at Triway since 1975-76 1984-85 12-9 1985-86 17-6 Sectional Champs 1986-87 21-3 District Runner-Up; school record for wins in a season 1987-88 22-5 State Final Four; school record for wins in a season 1988-89 10-12 1989-90 14-7 MAC Champs 1990-91 24-3 State Final Four; MAC Champs; school record for wins in a season 1991-92 18-4 Sectional Champs; MAC Champs 1992-93 19-4 District Runner-Up; MAC Champs 1993-94 21-3 District Champs; MAC Champs 1994-95 17-5 MAC Champs 1995-96 19-2 MAC Champs 1996-97 19-3 MAC Champs 1997-98 21-2 MAC Champs; #2 in final AP Poll 1998-99 18-6 District Champs; MAC Champs 1999-00 24-1 Regional Runner-Up; AP Poll Champs, first 20-0 regular season in school history 2000-01 20-2 MAC Champs; wire-to-wire AP Poll Champs 2001-02 13-10 Sectional Champs THE HOOVER YEARS 2002-03 21-2 Federal League Champs; most wins since 1984-85 2003-04 21-1 Federal League Champs; AP Poll Champs; first undefeated regular season since 1939-40; first back-to-back league titles 2004-05 19-3 Sectional Champs; #7 in final AP Poll 2005-06 13-8 2006-07 18-4 2007-08 16-7 2008-09 21-4 Federal League Champs; Sectional & District Champs 2009-10 19-5 ODDS AND ENDS: l Montgomery owns a 442-105 career regular season record, for an .808 winning percentage. l Montgomery owns a 426-101 career regular season record, for an .808 winning percentage. l Montgomery's Triway teams won or shared the first 12 Mohican Area Conference titles since its inception in the 1989-90 season. l In 2000, his Triway team became the first to win back-to-back Canton district titles in 29 years. l In 2001, his Triway team became just the 12th team in Ohio history to win back-to-back AP Poll titles. l The Titans won 39 consecutive regular season games from 1999-2001. l Triway went 200-33 during the 1990s, including 94-8 at home. l The Vikings have lost only six home games (80-6) since Montgomery became head coach. l After only eight seasons, Montgomery has more victories (148) than any other head coach in Hoover basketball history. l The 2008-09 Vikings won Hoover's third Federal League title under Montgomery, as well as the first District title of his tenure.

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VIKINGS 80-6 IN THE "WIN TUNNEL" A VERY TOUGH PLACE TO VISIT!

North Canton Hoover High School boasts some of the finest facilities in Ohio for both academics and athletics, and the home of Viking basketball is certainly no exception. The "Win Tunnel," as Coach Montgomery dubbed the Hoover gymnasium upon his arrival prior to the 2002-03 season, is entering its fourteenth full season of action after opening its doors for basketball in January of 1997. Constructed in 1996, the gymnasium has a capacity of 2,188. Most of those seats have been full on many winter nights over the past seven seasons, as the Vikings have posted a 134-26 regular season record during that span. Under Montgomery and entering the 2010-11 season, the Vikings have lost only six games in the "Win Tunnel." The first was to Canton McKinley, the eventual state champion, four years ago. Two home losses occurred durint the 2007-08 season, to Michigan power Detroit Country day in the Pizza Oven Classic and to Lake. The fourth home loss was to Jackson in 2008-09, which thankfully was answered with two subsequent defeats of the Polar Bears. Losses 5 and 6 were sustained last season, to McKinley and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary. The Vikes were 11-0 at home during the 2002-03 season, 10-0 in 2003-04, 12-0 in 200405, 10-1 in 2005-06, 11-0 in 2006-07, 9-2 in 2007-08, 9-1 in 2008-09, and 8-2 last year. That's 80-6! Our Vikings have taken on all comers at home. Such notable non-league visitors as Akron Buchtel, Barberton, Cincinnati Western Hills, Cleveland Benedictine, Cleveland St. Ignatius, Detroit Country Day, Farrell, PA, and Massillon have been vanquished in the "Win Tunnel" - as well all Federal League opponents, including Canton McKinley once in 2003-04 and twice in 2007-08. It stands to reason, then, that visiting opponents are very wary of an away game at Hoover. Their fans love the comforts our facility affords. Their teams love the well-appointed locker rooms ­ and the way they are treated off the floor. On the court, however, is where our Vikings remind them whose House this is ­ and whose it is not!

tRacking the Win tunnel tRadition

In the confines of the inner sanctum of the Win Tunnel is a very tangible reminder to the current group of players that Viking Pride pre-dates, and is bigger than them. A symbolic well has been constructed by Steve Burgess, a friend of the coaching staff. It currently resides in the team lockerroom. The well reflects the Vikings' all-time record in the Win Tunnel since it was so dubbed. The record stands at 80-6 as the season opens on 2010-2011; that record will be changed, either to the better or to the worse, after each home game played. On the well is an admonition, "Drink The Water, But Remember Who Dug The Well!"

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coaching StaFF

Troy is beginning his sixth year as the varsity assistant and mathematics teacher at Hoover. After a successful basketball career playing at Malvern High School, he went on to graduate from Ohio University in 2000. His coaching experience includes two years at Indianapolis Bishop Chatard High School and 3 years at Hilliard Darby High School. In addition to his day-today basketball activities, Troy is in charge of scheduling teams for the Mercy Medical Center Classic and the off-season strength and conditioning program. He brings a great deal of energy and enthusiasm to the Viking basketball staff and program. Troy and his wife, Anna, currently reside in Canton.

Troy Clark

Va rS I T y a SSISTa N T

Jim York returns as the Head Coach of the Junior Varsity team. He started his coaching career as a two-year student assistant at Walsh University and then he went on to coach three years of 7th grade basketball for North Canton Middle School. After that, he coached five years at the freshmen level, winning one Freshmen Championship. In his ten year coaching career, Jim has compiled a record of 101-63. In the summer, Jim works a lot with the elementary Vikings under the code name "Sergeant York". He is the director for the middle school summer basketball camp and assists with the Hoover Varsity summer basketball program. Jim, a Canfield High School and Walsh University graduate, is a 7th grade math teacher at North Canton Middle School.

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This season marks Terry's second year on the high school staff, and he once again assumes a multitude of responsibilities. He essentially serves as director of basketball operations and program development. Terry will oversee the elementary program, help with the middle school, and coordinate scouting assignments and reports at the high school level. Coach Cook will handle all logistics associated with travel and accomodations for the high school Vikings, as well as for our opponents when they visit, both in season and out of season. He has assisted Coach Montgomery for over 20 years in various capacities. Terry and his wife Debbie reside in New Philadelphia.

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Todd returns to the staff this year as the head coach of the freshmen team. During the fall months, Todd works as an analyst for ESPNs Saturday Night Primetime college football telecasts. When his work ends in that capacity, Todd begins fulltime help with the Viking basketball team. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team, having starred at Hoover on the hardwood, prior to his illustrious career as quarterback at Penn State and in the NFL. Todd resides in the North Canton area with his wife Cherie and four sons Harrison, Quinn, Eli and Owen.

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Paul is beginning his third season coaching freshmen at Hoover. In high school, he was a member of the Vikings' first Federal League Championship basketball team. He previously coached basketball at Groves High School in Michigan. In his 1st season there he coached the freshmen squad to a 12-4 record and finished the year on 10 game win streak. His 2nd season he was named Varsity Assistant and the Groves basketball team won their 1st District Championship in school history. Since moving back to North Canton he has coached travel teams, coached in the Vikings summer league and hosted dozens of basketball clinics. Coach Eriksen, a Malone University graduate, is employed by AT&T. He and his wife Susan (also a Hoover Alum) reside in North Canton with their four children: Michelle, Katie, John, and Janet.

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Tim is in his seventh year as trainer for Hoover basketball, as well as virtually all other Hoover sports as well. He is employed through Mercy Sports Medicine. Tim, a Coventry High School grad, resides in Perry Township - between Hoover games that is. He and his wife Julie have a son and a daughter. Tom has been with Hoover for 17 years as equipment manager. He also operates the scoreboard at Hoover games. Tom is a Hoover graduate and is employed at the Akron-Canton Regional Airport. Tom is single and resides in North Canton.

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n What's your favorite food? l Pasta n What's your favorite TV show? l Friday Night Lights n What's your favorite movie? l Glory Road

n What's your favorite hobby? l Dirt biking n What person has influenced you the most? l My parents n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l Married, with kid(s), and working a job I love.

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g Rade 12

d.o.B. 12-23-1992 PaRent B arB d anieLs

n What's your favorite food? l Steak n What's your favorite TV show? l First 48 n What's your favorite movie? l Law Abiding Citizen

n What's your favorite hobby? l Playing sports n What person has influenced you the most? l My mom n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l Out of college, with a good job and starting a family.

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d.o.B. 8-21-1992 PaRentS & J oy e vans

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n What is your favorite food? l Salmon n What is your favorite TV show? l Sportscenter n What is your favorite movie? l Dark Knight n What's on your iPod? l Trey Songs / Beyonce / Drake n What's your favorite hobby? l Lifting weights n What person has influenced you the most? l My dad n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l With a family, still playing basketball somewhere for money.

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C Had F EINBErg

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n What's your favorite food? l Sushi n What's your favorite TV show? l Two and A Half Men n What's your favorite movie? l The Collector n What's on your iPod? l Kid Cudi & Zac Fresh n What's your favorite hobby? l Being with my best friend n What person has influenced you the most? l My parents n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l With a family and a good job and a dog named Chuck.

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g Rade 12 d.o.B. 12-15-1992 T homas PaRentS & s usan r iFe

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n HH l LR n HH l LR n HH l LR n HH l LR n HH l LR n HH l LR n HH l LR n What's your favorite food? l Ribs n What's your favorite TV show? l MacGyver n What's your favorite movie? l Thunderball n What's on your iPod? l Everything n What's your favorite hobby? l Playing any type of game. n What person has influenced you the most? l My father n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l Married, with a good job and maybe a kid or two.

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l HB l Mom's homemade pizza n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l HB l 24 n HH n What's your favorite movie? l HB l Gladiator n HH n What's on your iPod? l HB l Lecrae n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l HB l Watching college football n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l HB l My parents n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l HB l Married, employed in a good job, and loving God with all my heart.

g Rade 10

d.o.B. 5-28-1995

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l SC l Big Mac n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l SC l Dragonball Z n HH n What's your favorite movie? l SC l Iron Man n HH n What's on your iPod? l SC l Drake n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l SC l Working out n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l SC l Ron Reolfi n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l SC l Doing physical therapy, graduating from UCLA, getting paid $60K a year, and having a really smokin' wife.

g Rade 11

d.o.B. 12-8-1992

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l MD l Wings n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l MD l Criminal Minds n HH n What's your favorite movie? l MD l Live Free or Die Hard n HH n What's on your iPod? l MD l Rap and oldies n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l MD l Athletics n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l MD l My dad n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l MD l Living in a decent house with a white picket fence and a happy family.

g Rade 11

d.o.B. 6-1-1993

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l ME l Chinese n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l ME l CSI: Miami n HH n What's your favorite movie? l ME l Get Him to the Greek n HH n What's on your iPod? l ME l All kinds of music n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l ME l Xbox n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l ME l My dad n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l ME l Out of college and doing a profession.

g Rade 10

d.o.B. 12-16-1994 PaRentS B ruCe & a my e rB

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l NF l Chipotle n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l NF l The Event n HH n What's your favorite movie? l NF l The Hangover n HH n What's on your iPod? l NF l B.o.B., Black Eyed Peas n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l NF l Madden 11 n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l NF l My dad n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l NF l Hopefully graduated from Ohio State and starting into my career.

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d.o.B. 11-10-1993 PaRent J eFFrey F ausniGhT

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l DI l Steak n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l DI l ESPN n HH n What's your favorite movie? l DI l Gladiator n HH n What's on your iPod? l DI l Eminem n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l DI l Golfing n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l DI l Dad n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l DI l Big house, some kids, good lookin' wife, living in Florida.

d.o.B. 8-25-1994 PaRentS T ony & e miLy i ero

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l TM l Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l TM l Sportscenter n HH n What's your favorite movie? l TM l Bourne Ultimatum n HH n What's on your iPod? l TM l I don't listen to music much n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l TM l Hanging out with friends n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l TM l My dad n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l TM l Living in a nice house with a college degree and maybe playing basketball or running.

g Rade 10

d.o.B. 9-16-1994

PaRentS J ohn & e veLine m aCiaG

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n HH n What's your favorite food? l PM l Chicken n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l PM l Family Guy n HH n What's your favorite movie? l PM l Rudy n HH n What's on your iPod? l PM l Rock, rap music / games n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l PM l Don't really have one. n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l PM l My grandfather n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l PM l I see myself in a business of some type.

g Rade 11

d.o.B. 5-20-1993

PaRentS P hiL & P eGGy m arCanTonio

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VaRSity

T aylor m oorE

STATS

the loW doWn

n HH n What's your favorite food? l TM l Pizza n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l TM l Sportscenter n HH n What's your favorite movie? l TM l N/A n HH n What's on your iPod? l TM l Rap n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l TM l Golf n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l TM l Mom n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l TM l With a good education and a family, hopefully coaching high school basketball or baseball.

g Rade 11

d.o.B. 9-7-1993

PaRentS B rian & L ori m oore

2 2

the loW doWn

T ylEr V EldHUIzEN

STATS

n HH n What's your favorite food? l TV l Stuffed shells n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l TV l House n HH n What's your favorite movie? l TV l Pre n HH n What's on your iPod? l TV l Everything except country n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l TV l Running n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l TV l My brother, he's been an example to follow. n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l TV l Living in the area with a family and a good job.

g Rade 11

d.o.B. 11-18-1993

PaRentS e van & C aroL v eLdhuizen

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WHAT IT TAKES TO BE A VIKING

A. RULES OF PLAY

1. Do your best (hustle, learn, be a gentleman). Nothing more can be done. Nothing more will be asked. Nothing less is accepted.

F. DRESS

1. No facial hair. 2. On game days, a dress shirt, dress slacks, and tie MUST be worn.

B. ACADEMIC RULES

G. LOCKER ROOM REGULATIONS

1. Absolutely NO class cuts. 2. All work must be turned in on time. 3. Be on time for class.

C. RULES OF CONDUCT

1. The locker room must be kept neat and clean. No paper, socks, old tape, or practice gear left on the floor. 2. Put rubbish and equipment where they belong. 3. No horseplay.

1. Be honest. 2. Use acceptable language. 3. Take any problems to captain and/or coach. 4. Address referees with respect, as "Sir" or "Mr. Referee."

H. BENCH BEHAVIOR

D. PRACTICE

1. Be taped, dressed, and on the floor by 3:00. 2. Wear only practice gear which is issued to you with one exception (shoes). 3. Practice gear is to be worn neatly with shirt tucked in and socks pulled up with a white pair on the outside. 4. No jewelry in practice. 5. Play until you hear the whistle, then stop immediately. 6. Sprint from drill to drill.

1. Concentrate 100% on the game. 2. No talking except to coach or players on the floor. 3. Give an ovation to every player leaving the game. 4. When substituting you must make contact with the player who is replacing you, making sure he knows who you were guarding. 5. Scream and cheer for every player who takes a charge, shows super hustle or makes a great play.

E. TRAINING RULES

1. 2. 3. 4.

No drugs. No tobacco of any kind. No use of alcohol. In your home by 10:00 PM the night before a game. 5. Keep hair clean and neatly groomed (off the collar, out of eyes in front). 6. Do not steal anything. 7. Address coaches as just that, "Coach."

*Use of drugs, alcohol, or tobacco in season will result in suspension from the team for that season.

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JunioR VaRSity team

JV BaSketBall SeaSon Schedule day date time oPPonent FRi dec 3 6:00Pm VS. lincoln-WeSt high School Sat dec 11 6:00Pm VS. noRth (akRon) FRi dec 17 6:00Pm @ auStintoWn Fitch tue dec 21 6:00Pm VS. maSSillon Wed dec 22 6:00Pm @ lake (uniontoWn) tue dec 28 4:30Pm @ hiland claSSic VS. Benedictine thu dec 30 6:00Pm VS. John adamS (cleVeland) FRi Jan 7 6:00Pm VS. PeRRy (maSSillon) FRi Jan 14 6:00Pm @ canton mckinley Sat Jan 15 12:00Pm VS. doVeR tue Jan 18 6:00Pm @ PeRRy (maSSillon) FRi Jan 21 6:00Pm VS. JackSon (maSSillon) Sat Jan 22 4:30Pm VS. St. xaVieR (cincinnati) FRi Jan 28 6:00Pm VS. BoaRdman FRi FeB 4 6:00Pm @ glenoak tue FeB 8 6:00Pm @ Flt - 1St Round FRi FeB 11 6:00Pm @ Flt - 2nd Round tue FeB 15 6:00Pm @ louiSVille tue FeB 22 6:00Pm @ St. Vincent/St. maRy FRi FeB 25 6:00Pm VS. caRdinal mooney (youngStoWn)

JV BaSketBall 10 - 11 no name 10 alex Shingleton 12 Joey delamateR 20 michael ducey 22 Scott heighWay 30 nick FauSnight 32 tyleR maciag 34 kamRun moRRiSon 40 tyleR Veldhuizen 42 cody mihok 50 Phil maRcantonio 52 SkyleR coRRell 54 max eRB head JV coach:

height 5'5 5'9 5'7 6'3 5'10 6'0 5'9 6'3 5'9 6'4 6'0 6'5

gRade 10 10 11 10 11 10 10 11 10 11 11 10

Jim yoRk

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FReShmen team

FReShmen SeaSon Schedule monday 12/6 6:00Pm 12/8 6:00Pm WedneSday 12/11 10:00am SatuRday 12/15 6:00Pm WedneSday 12/18 10:00am SatuRday WedneSday 1/5 5:30Pm SatuRday 1/8 11:00am 1/10 6:00Pm monday tueSday 1/11 6:00Pm WedneSday 1/19 6:00Pm 1/20 6:00Pm thuRSday SatuRday 1/22 11:30am 1/26 5:00Pm WedneSday 1/29 11:30am SatuRday WedneSday 2/2 5:00Pm SatuRday 2/5 tBa WedneSday 2/9 tBa SatuRday 2/12 tBa

glenoak VS. BoaRdman VS. lake (uniontoWn) VS. JackSon (maSSillon) @ auStintoWn Fitch @ canton mckinley @ PeRRy (maSSillon) VS. canton mckinley VS. auStintoWn Fitch VS. PeRRy (maSSillon) VS. maSSillon @ JackSon (maSSillon) @ lake (uniontoWn) @ BoaRdman @ glenoak @ Flt @ JackSon @ Flt @ JackSon @ Flt @ JackSon

VS.

FReShmen Boy'S BaSketBall RoSteR no. name height 10 connoR mchenRy 5'6" 12 teRRy WatteRSon 5'11" 14 auStin candea 5'7" 20 nate conRoy 5'8" 22 luke gRandJean 6'2" 24 Joey JackSon 5'9" 30 BRandon Roth 5'9" 32 auStin ReBholz 6'0" 34 anthony RuSSo 6'7" 40 nick eVanS 5'8" 42 keVin Shimko 6'2" 44 BRandon SchWank 6'3" 50 Joey WheeleR 6'3" 52 PatRick coRcoRan 6'2" FReShmen Boy'S BaSketBall manageRS: Ricky BoWen & gReg BRandle FReShmen Boy'S BaSketBall coacheS: todd Blackledge & Paul eRikSen

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8th gRade Black

day tue thu tue

date dec 7 dec 9 dec 14

time 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm

oPPonent lehman mS @ JackSon gold @ lake White oakWood mS ediSon (Black) @ gReen @ediSon @ cRenShaW mS lake Blue glenWood mS haRtFoRd mS @ JackSon PuRPle @ ediSon (Black) @ oakWood mS JackSon gold ediSon (gold)

Wed dec 15 Wed Jan 5 mon Jan 10 Wed Jan 12 tue Jan 18 Wed Jan 19 mon Jan 24 thu thu tue thu thu

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Jan 27 FeB 3 FeB 8 FeB 10 FeB 17

mon Jan 31

Name a.J. o'Reilly austiN BlyeR JoHN RowNd tRistaN Ross tommy steNgeR toNy ieRo scott maNda Joe altieRi Kyle BRaucHeR addisoN cRawfoRd JaKe massoliNi matt BlaKe 8th gRade Black coach: keVin Stingle

No. 1 3 11 13 15 21 31 33 35 41 43 51

HeigHt 5' 3" 5' 3" 5' 8" 5' 6" 5' 6" 5' 7" 5' 3" 5' 7" 5' 6" 6' 1" 5' 11" 6' 3"

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8th gRade oRange

day

date

time 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm 6:00Pm

oPPonent ediSon (Black) @ lehman mS @ lake Blue glenWood mS @ haRtFoRd mS JackSon PuRPle @ ediSon (gold) lake White oakWod mS cRenShaW mS @ gReen (8th gR. game 1St) @ JackSon gold ediSon (gold) @ glenWood mS lehman mS @ lake White

mon dec 6 Wed dec 8 mon dec 13 thu tue thu thu thu thu tue tue dec 16 Jan 4 Jan 6 Jan 13 Jan 20 Jan 27 FeB 1 FeB 8 mon dec 20

Wed Jan 26

last alBaugH cRoPPeR BuRgess gaRveR-gelleR JaJacK JoHNsoN maNos masiN moRRis musaccHia RutHe ZeHNdeR

fiRst dylaN austiN BRaNdoN gRaysoN JaKe ZacH ZacH cHRis ZacH Jimmy Pete matt

No. 34 22 24 4 32 10 14 44 30 42 2 12

Pos. HeigHt g 5'6" g 5'4" g 5'8" g 5'5" f 5'8" f 5'7" g 5'8" f 5'8" P 5'9" P 5'10" g 5'0" f 5'10"

Wed FeB 2 Wed FeB 9 Wed FeB16

8th gRade Black coach: John kaStoR

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day tue thu tue

date dec 7 dec 9 dec 14

time 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm

Wed dec 15 Wed Jan 5 mon Jan 10 Wed Jan 12 tue Jan 18 Wed Jan 19 mon Jan 24 thu thu tue thu thu

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no. lehman mS 3 @ JackSon gold 43 @ lake White 35 oakWood mS 15 ediSon (Black) 33

oPPonent @ gReen @ediSon @ cRenShaW mS lake Blue glenWood mS haRtFoRd mS @ JackSon PuRPle @ ediSon (Black) @ oakWood mS JackSon gold ediSon (gold)

name micah goncalVeS maliq goncalVeS matt hilinSki P.J. kRoh JaRed locke cameRon mayle JaRid Seemann SteVen Shimko kyle SiBeR nick StRoia zach teleSz JoRge tSenekoS

height 5'3" 5'2" 5'9" 5'3" 5'4" 5'2" 5'2" 5'7" 6'0" 5'10" 5'3" 4'11"

Jan 27 FeB 3 FeB 8 FeB 10 FeB 17

mon Jan 31

11 1 31 13 45 21 23

coach todd eVanS

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day

date

time 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm 5:00Pm

oPPonent ediSon (Black) @ lehman mS @ lake Blue glenWood mS @ haRtFoRd mS JackSon PuRPle @ ediSon (gold) lake White oakWod mS cRenShaW mS @ gReen (8th gR. game 1St) @ JackSon gold ediSon (gold) @ glenWood mS lehman mS @ lake White

mon dec 6 Wed dec 8 mon dec 13 thu tue thu thu thu thu tue tue dec 16 Jan 4 Jan 6 Jan 13 Jan 20 Jan 27 FeB 1 FeB 8 mon dec 20

Wed Jan 26

Wed FeB 2 Wed FeB 9 Wed FeB16

no. 2 4 10 12 14 22 30h/34a 32 42 44 50 54

name Joey aRtimez Joey BeRadelli zach mchenRy deRRick caRoSello mike PaumieR dRake kiSha tyleR dRaBick andReW o'donnell Paul teRRy luke WohlFoRd Ben kieSling aaRon gReSham

height 4'10" 5'0" 5'0" 5'4" 5'4" 5'3" 5'6" 5'4" 5'6" 5'2" 5'7" 5'7"

coach zak gonidakiS

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JUNIOR HIGH COACHING STAFF

todd eVanS

COACH OF 7TH GRADE BLACK

Todd Evans is the coach of the 7th grade black team at North Canton Middle School. Todd graduated from New Philadelphia High School where he played varsity basketball for the Quakers. Todd earned a bachelor's degree from Muskingum College and a Jurist Doctorate from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Todd is an attorney-at-law with his law office in Canton. For the last several years, Todd has coached youth basketball at the North Canton YMCA and baseball with North Canton Little League. Todd resides in North Canton with his wife, Cari, and their three sons, Hayden, Liam, and Bryce.

zak gonidakiS

COACH OF 7TH GRADE ORANGE

Zak Gonidakis is the coach for the 7th grade orange basketball team at North Canton Middle School. Zak grew up in Stow, Ohio and attended Stow ­ Munroe Falls High School. Zak also attended Malone University where he played basketball and graduated in December 2008 with a bachelor's degree in Middle Childhood Education, with concentrations in Math and Social Studies. He is currently working on his master's degree in special education. Zak teaches at Hoover High School as an Intervention Specialist in Math.

John kaStoR

COACH OF 8

TH

GRADE ORANGE

John Kastor enters his fifth year with the Viking Staff as he makes the move to the 8th grade this year, coaching the orange Team. He comes off another successful season last year, as his teams have compiled a record of 37-17 over the past four years. He is a Firefighter/Paramedic/Inspector during the day for the City of North Canton and is a State Licensed Teacher. John aspires to make the move back to teaching in the near future. He resides in North Canton with his wife Shari and 2 children, Abby, a junior at Kent State University, and Jack, a senior at Hoover.

keVin Stingel

COACH OF THE 8TH GRADE BLACK

Kevin Stingel is the coach of the 8th grade black team at North Canton Middle School. Kevin is from Champion Ohio, where he attended Champion High School. He attended Walsh University and graduated with a bachelors degree in physical education in April of 2008. While at Walsh, Kevin played basketball for four years. He was a member of the 2005 NAIA Men's National Championship team at Walsh. Kevin is also the Physical Education Instructor at Greentown Elementary and is in his third year of teaching.

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6th gRade

BoBCaTS

coach: tim BooheR Joey BeRcSik zach BooheR nathan Fox Joey haueteR FRankie kaye dominic SeRaPiglia tRent SPaulding J.d. WagleR maRk WoRley

CElTICS

coach: tom o'leaR Ben hayden nathan holB alex nicholSon tyleR o'leaR SteVen RuddeR Sam RuSSell maJd Salem eRic SaRBaugh andReW WeBeR

lakErS

coach: daVid cochenouR aadil ali anthony BeRaRdelli nicholaS Binnie mattheW BoettleR noah BoRing FletcheR claRk matt cochenouR FeRnando FRazieR cameRon teleSz

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6th gRade

CaValIErS

coacheS: keVin SchePPleR, BRett StimeR michael canton emmett caSkey ty eaSt ian kelleR auStin neSline BRandon oBeRmilleR keVin SchePPleR nick StimeR alex WRight

NUggETS

coach: todd WeaVeR Jack cagno tyleR celce noah doRland noah dRlik John eRikSen tRey mihok JacoB SaFFell John ValloS adam WeaVeR

SPUrS

coacheS: BRian Roach, coRey cRameR BRock BendeR matt chuFaR dReW cRameR SPenceR gRay JacoB maSon theo milliS tim StRoia chRiStoPheR WatSon Beau WilkinSon

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5th gRade

NorTH CarolINa

coach: JaSon RoSS JoRdan Bogdan matt hooVeR cole ile JuStiS Paul clay RichaRdS tanneR RoSS JoSh thackeR John Wood BRian zehndeR

NoTrE damE

coach: dan huFF Reid Bullock nick BunnenBeRg daVid hoRn JameS huFF BRady niSt zach oWenS Seth RinkeS andReW RoSeBeRRy Jack tRineR

oHIo STaTE

coach: JeFF gelleR Joe BoRon zach gaRVeR-gelleR BRyce gRiSez zach mathie Ryan muRPhy nick RuSSo cole ShiPton Blake thomPSon Jake WengeRd

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5th gRade

dUkE

coach: andy logan eli Blackledge eRic BoggS mattheW canton deRek eaSt coRd hauBeRt BRandon hoSkinSon caleB koVach cameRon logan Will ReiSingeR

TErry Cook

elementaRy cooRdinatoR

Terry Cook is entering his sixth year of affiliation with the Hoover Vikings. This will be the sixth straight season he has served as coordinator of the elementary program. In addition, Terry has responsibilities at the high school level as well. He served as coordinator of the elementary program, the 6th grade basketball coach, and the PA voice of the Triway Titans for 20 years of Coach Montgomery's tenure there. Terry is a Sales Representative for R & D, Inc., in Massillon, Ohio. He is married, has two daughters and two granddaughters. Terry and his wife Debbie reside in New Philadelphia, Ohio.

JoHN maCIag

aSSiStant elementaRy cooRdinatoR

John is continuing to assist Terry Cook with the elementary program for the fourth straight year. He has coached numerous youth teams throughout the community over the past ten years. He has coached baseball, soccer, flag football, and basketball, including the Hoover 5th Grade Travel basketball team. John graduated from Malone College, and works for The Timken Company in Canton, Ohio. He resides in North Canton with his wife, Eveline, and two sons Tyler (16) and Conner (9).

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hooVeR youth leAgue Schedule

SatuRday, decemBeR 4 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 caValieRS VS. celticS BoBcatS VS. SPuRS lakeRS VS. nuggetS n caRolina VS. duke ohio State VS. notRe dame SatuRday, decemBeR 11 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 SPuRS VS. nuggetS celticS VS. lakeRS BoBcatS VS. caValieRS n caRolina VS. ohio State duke VS. notRe dame

SatuRday, decemBeR 18 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 nuggetS VS. celticS caValieRS VS. SPuRS lakeRS VS. BoBcatS duke VS. ohio State notRe dame VS. n caRolina

SatuRday, JanuaRy 8 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 celticS VS. SPuRS BoBcatS VS. nuggetS lakeRS VS. caValieRS notRe dame VS. ohio State duke VS. n caRolina

SatuRday, JanuaRy 15 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 BoBcatS VS. celticS SPuRS VS. lakeRS caValieRS VS. nuggetS notRe dame VS. duke ohio State VS. n caRolina

SatuRday, JanuaRy 22 10:00 11:15 12:30 1:45 3:00 tBd tBd tBd n caRolina VS. notRe dame ohio State VS. duke

(FiRSt team liSted iS home team)

Good Luck to all Hoover Viking Players! Have a terrific season!

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TIP-OFF DINNER

LARRY JOHNSON HEADLINES THE 9TH ANNUAL HOOVER HOOPS TIP-OFF DINNER!

A crowd of 200 Viking enthusiasts gathered at Skyland Pines Banquet Center on Friday, November 12, to enjoy one another's company and to support the Hoover boys basketball program. The 9th Annual Tip-Off Dinner featured a silent auction, a 12-item live auction, and a 10-item prize giveaway. The evening was capped off with the awarding of an all-inclusive 4-day, 3-night trip for two to Las Vegas. The trip included airfare, hotel accommodations, tickets to a Vegas show, and dinner for two. Jim and Melanie Nicholson, pictured here, were the grand prize winners! Auctioned items included an autographed LeBron James Olympic jersey, a Bridgestone golf tournament Pin Flag autographed by the PGA players, an autographed WVU ball with Jerry West, Hot Rod Hundley, and Bob Huggins signatures, an autographed Sam Snead photograph, prime Cleveland Cavs tickets to two separate games, and a golf package featuring rounds at four area country clubs including Firestone. Also auctioned were a football signed by Bernie Kosar, Pittsburgh Penguins tickets, and a front quarter of beef, among other things. This year's guest speaker was Larry Johnson, the former UNLV All-American and NCAA Player of the Year, turned NBA All-Star and "Grandmama" Converse pitchman. Larry hosted a VIP "meet & greet" reception before the Friday night dinner. Mr. Johnson's speech at the Tip-Off dinner was both honest and entertaining. He included some colorful stories from his playing past, which entertained the evening's crowd. Mr. Johnson joins a list of previous Tip-Off Dinner speakers that includes local hero and past NBA player Dick Snyder, now World Champion major league manager Charlie Manuel, Cy Young award winner Dean Chance, the late Ohio State and Boston Celtic star Larry Siegfried, former Cav Larry Nance, NCCS Superintendent Mike Gallina, coaching legend Ron Blackledge, former UNLV coach Jerry Tarkanian, and former Notre Dame and Cleveland Cav great Austin Carr. Hoover Hoops would like to thank all those who made the event a success, both experientially and financially. That would include Larry Johnson of course, Mike Toney (who has put us in touch with our past two speakers), the contributors of the auction items, the many Hoover Hoops volunteers, the crowd of enthusiasts who came out to support the Viking team, and especially Terry's Tire Town, whose support made bringing in Mr. Johnson possible. Make a point of attending next year's event!

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Constitution of Hoover Hoops Article II - Purpose

Section 1 - The purpose of Hoover Hoops shall be to support and promote the North Canton City Schools boys' basketball teams and coaches. Activities include, but are not limited to, the following: * providing a forum for coaches to explain the program, * providing the opportunity for parents, former players and other basketball enthusiasts to be involved in supporting North Canton basketball and * helping to raise funds to enhance the program at all levels.

Membership

Hoover Hoops is the basketball booster club for the North Canton City Schools. Its purpose is to encourage school and community support of the basketball program and to help provide for the program financially through fund-raising efforts. Membership in Hoover Hoops is open to adults, aged 19 and older. You need not have a child in the basketball program to belong to Hoover Hoops.

2010-2011 Hoover Hoops Officers

President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Tony Iero Lorraine Manos Bob & Diana Gill Carol Veldhuizen

What Does Hoover Hoops Provide for the Hoover Basketball Teams?

Hoover Hoops-sponsored items and activities include, but are not limited to: CPR Training for coaches Coaches' association memberships Entry fees for our teams in Shootouts, Team Camps, and Summer Leagues Travel expenses for team travel to team events outside the area Custodial fees for off-season events which our teams host Expenses for hospitality toward visiting teams Team apparel and equipment beyond game uniforms Post-game meals after some more distant away games Media guides Life-sized posters, hung in the gym, for each senior player the week of senior night Sponsorships for post-season all-star opportunities for our seniors Senior Night expenses Team Banquet expenses and yearly Highlight Video Jerry Csulik Memorial Scholarships Mercy Medical Center Classic Scholarships Middle School team parties Elementary program

Visit us at www.HooverHoops.com

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2010-2011 Membership Application

Hoover Hoops is the boys' basketball booster club for the North Canton City Schools. Its purpose is to encourage school and community support of the basketball program and to help provide for the program financially through fund-raising efforts. Membership in Hoover Hoops is open to adults, aged 19 and older. You need not have a child in the basketball program to belong to Hoover Hoops. To enroll in a one-year membership (November 1 to October 31) in Hoover Hoops, please complete and return this form to the address below. A $10.00 fee enrolls you and your family in Hoover Hoops for the entire year. Please check one: _____ New Membership _____ Renewal

Name: ____________________________________________________________ Street Address: _____________________________________________________ City: __________________________ Home Phone: ___________________ State: _____ Zip: ______________ Work Phone: ___________________

E-mail (Please! Email correspondence is more efficient.) : __________________________________________________ If you have a son or sons in the basketball program, please complete the following: Player's Name: _________________________________ Second Player: _________________________________ I will volunteer to help with: 2010-11 Grade: _______ 2010-11 Grade: _______

_____ Whatever is needed! _____ 50/50 Sales _____ Program Sales _____ Spirit Store Sales

Please send this form and $10 payment to:

Hoover Hoops Membership P.O. Box 3005 North Canton, OH 44720

Visit the new HooverHoops.com

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lEIgH montgomeRy the VikingS' #1 FaN

hooVeR hooPS awardS SCHolarSHIPS

Each year the Hoover Hoops Boys Basketball Boosters awards $500 scholarships to graduating players who are enrolling in full-time collegiate studies. It is the intent of the club that each graduating player who is continuing his education receive at minimum a scholarship of that size from either Hoover Hoops or the Perry Rotary, which awards one Hoover senior $500 for our participation in their annual Preview. Cory Veldhuizen was the recipient of last year's Perry Rotary scholarship. The booster club awards its aid via two distinct scholarship names. The Jerry Csulik Memorial Scholarship is in memory of the late Jerry Csulik, a former Hoover Hoops officer and the father of two past Hoover basketball players, one male and one female. Mr. Csulik was killed in an automobile accident, and each year since his death the scholarship has been awarded. Hoover Hoops' bylaws mandate that "at least one" scholarship be underwritten each year, but in 2006-07 two were awarded ­ to Joe Ryser and Nathan Sommers. In 2007-08 the Csulik Scholarship was awarded to R.J Vukovich. In 2008-09 Joe Cerreta received the scholarship. Last year's winners were AJ Sarbaugh and Tyler Fausnight. The Csulik family is still active in helping to fund the scholarship by way of their participation in the yearly Hoover Hoops TipOff Dinner fundraiser through contributions of sports memorabilia auction items. Each year the annual basketball Classic sponsored by Hoover Hoops underwrites scholarships from proceeds of the event. In 2006-07 three such Pizza Oven Classic scholarships were awarded, to N'Gai Evans, Matt Levitt, and Trent Schooley. In 2007-08 Matt Wakulchik received a Pizza Oven Classic scholarship. In 2008-09 both Greg Beck and Jerod Lane received the scholarships. Last year, the first that Mercy Medical Center sponsored the event, Dan Daugherty and Jimmy Wackerly were the scholarship recipients. Hoover Hoops thanks past sponsor Pizza Oven Restaurants, current sponsor Mercy Medical Center, and Classic co-chairs Gene DeChellis and Greg Duplin, for making these scholarships possible.

(and coach montgomeRy'S)

Leigh Genevieve Montgomery is the eighteen year old daughter of Coach Randy and Becky Montgomery. "Leigh Leigh" is multipally handicapped, but that hasn't stopped her from attending almost every game her dad has coached during her lifetime. She loves her center court, front row seat in the Hoover "Win Tunnel", and she wears her orange & black attire with pride! Leigh is the happiest fan in the gym, and win or lose, she keeps smiling and LOVES the Vikings! From the looks of her attire in this photo, Leigh may let the officials know they're being watched.

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SenioR

E lISE C rISwEll

STATS

g Rade 12 d.o.B. 10-4-1992 PaRentS s Teve & s usan C risweLL

the loW doWn

n HH n What's your favorite food? l EC l Fettucine Alfredo n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l EC l Criminal Minds n HH n What's your favorite movie? l EC l The Notebook n HH n What's on your iPod? l EC l Pop Music n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l EC l Spending time with family and friends. n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l EC l My parents n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l EC l Graduated from college, working, and married with a family.

E mIly m aTTHEwS

STATS

g Rade 12 d.o.B. 4-18-1993 PaRentS J eFFrey & h eidi m aTThews

the loW doWn

n HH n What's your favorite food? l EM l Chinese or stromboli n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l EM l Modern Family n HH n What's your favorite movie? l EM l Any Harry Potter movie n HH n What's on your iPod? l EM l Anything and everything. I love all kinds of music. n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l EM l I like to scrap book and spend time with family and friends. n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l EM l God, I live my life through Him. n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l EM l I see myself married, with a husband and children. I intend to have a job teaching at the elementary level and hopefully coaching cheerleading.

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SenioR

k aTElyN P ETTIT

STATS

g Rade 12 d.o.B. 6-20-1993 PaRentS s Teve & T raCy P eTTiT

the loW doWn

n HH n What's your favorite food? l KP l Caesar Salad n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l KP l Modern Family n HH n What's your favorite movie? l KP l Up n HH n What's on your iPod? l KP l Coldplay, Cartel, White Tie Affair, Angels and Airwaves, Jack Johnson, Rocket to the Moon n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l KP l Hanging with friends or going for runs. n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l KP l My mom for always being there for everyone. n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l KP l I see myself graduated, working in a hospital as a nurse and hopefully starting a family.

J IllIaN r oTH

STATS

g Rade 12 d.o.B. 6-6-1993 PaRentS a ndy & d eBBie r oTh

the loW doWn

n HH n What's your favorite food? l JR l Pasta n HH n What's your favorite TV show? l JR l Glee n HH n What's your favorite movie? l JR l Stick It n HH n What's on your iPod? l JR l I listen to just about everything, but I lve Taylor Swift. n HH n What's your favorite hobby? l JR l Running and spending time with family and friends. n HH n What person has influenced you the most? l JR l My parents because they are always pushing me to do my best. n HH n Where do you see yourself in ten years? l JR l Graduated from college, employed full time, married and starting a family.

VA RS ITY - H O O V E R VI KI N G S B ASKE T B AL L

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HOOVER CHEER

Varsity Cheerleading:

Front row (L-R): Emily Matthews, Jillian Roth, Katelyn Pettit, Elise Criswell Back: Lydia Piero, Amber Shrigley, Caitlin Hopkins, Lydia Troy

JV Cheerleading:

F: Gabi Fashbaugh, Kellie Sincere, Syndey Zernechel Middle: Morgan Landy, Ali McNeese B: Taylor Geckler, Haley Vega

Freshmen:

F: Danielle Fosselman, Autumn Teter, Chloe Phillips M: Kylie Shambaugh, Jordan Thompson B: Gabbie Kmiecik, McKenzie Padgitt, Allie Kmiecik

COMPETITION:

Row 1: Emily Matthews, Morgan Nunez, Katelyn Pettit Row 2: Kellie Sincere, Kara Campbell, Caitlin Hopkins, Lydia Piero Row 3: Chloe Phillips, Amber Shrigley, Sydney Zernechel, Liz Saltis, Kylie Shambaugh

8th Grade:

L to R: Haley Sasser, Shiann Fisher, Melissa Johnson, Ashley Brogan, Ashley Candea, Jenna Hopkins, Alyson Candea, (Sitting Center) Elizabeth Fladung P | 38

7th Grade:

L to R: Spencer Skelly, Dylanni Smith, Alexis Montague, Regan Worstell, Megan Shirgley, Lindsey Clawson, Lauren Pandera, Katie Soehnlen

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DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION HOOVER VIKING HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Mr. Michael Gallina

Superintendent of Schools Mr. Gallina received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Elementary Education from Mount Union College and a Master's Degree from Ashland University. Mr. Gallina has 22 years experience in school administration. He joined North Canton City Schools in August 2004.

Mr. John Stanley

Business Manager/ Curriculum Support Services Mr. Stanley received a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education as well as Special Education from the University of Dayton. He earned his Master's Degree from the University of Akron. Mr. Stanley most recently was the principal at North Canton Middle School for the past ten years. He has 25 years experience in school administration and 31 years in education. He joined the district in August of 2000.

Mr. Todd Henne

Associate Principal, Hoover High School Mr. Henne received Undergraduate Degree's from Edinboro University and The University of Akron. He acquired Masters Degree's in Educational Administration and Classroom Instruction from Ashland University. He is in his 12th year in the North Canton City School System. He previously taught English and Reading and earned his National Board Certification in English Language Arts in 2003.

Mr. Todd Tolson

Treasurer Mr. Tolson received a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from Cleveland State University and is also a graduate of the North Canton Schools. He joined the district in June of 2003.

Mr. Ted Hall

Associate Principal, Hoover High School/ District Support Services Mr. Hall received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Studies and his Master's Degree in Curriculum & Instruction from Kent State University. Mr. Hall will join the Hoover High School administration this year as Associate Principal. He also taught Social Studies at Hoover High School for 21 years and has been Director of Media Services for North Canton City Schools the past 12 years.

Mr. Jeff Breit

Associate Principal, Hoover High School Mr. Breit received his Bachelor's Degree in Middle Childhood Education from Ohio University. He attended Ashland University where he obtained his Master's Degree in Educational Administration. Mr. Breit will begin his second year as an Associate Principal at Hoover High School after teaching Science at the North Canton Middle School for 6 years and served as the North Canton Middle School Athletic Director for the past 2 years.

Mrs. Peggy Savage Mr. Anthony Pallija

Principal, Hoover High School Mr. Pallija received his Bachelor's Degree and his Master's Degree from The University of Akron. He has been a high school coach, teacher and guidance counselor. Administrative positions include time as an Assistant Principal and 19 years of experience as a High School Principal. Mr. Pallija is beginning his eighth year at Hoover High School.

Mr. Don Shimek

Athletic Director Mr. Shimek received his Bachelor's Degree in English and his Master's Degree in Secondary School Administration from Ohio University. He has done additional graduate work at Ashland University. Mr. Shimek is beginning his eighth year as Athletic Director after serving as an English teacher and coach for the previous thirteen years at Hoover High School.

Director of Curriculum Mrs. Savage is a graduate of Hoover High School and received her Bachelor's Degree in Communication Arts from Grove City College. She obtained her Master's Degree in Education from Walsh University and completed her administrative course-work at Ashland University. Mrs. Savage will begin her second year as Curriculum Director after serving seven years as Associate Principal and teaching English and Speech at Hoover High School for twelve years. 39 | P

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HOOVER YEAR-BY-YEAR

YEAR 1924-25 1 YEAR 1925-26 1 YEAR 1926-27 1 YEAR 1927-28 1 YEAR 1928-29 1929-30 1930-31 1931-32 1932-33 1933-34 1934-35 7 YEARS 1935-36 1936-37 1937-38 1938-39 1939-40 1940-41 1941-42 7 YEARS 1942-43 1943-44 1944-45 1945-46 4 YEARS 1946-47 1947-48 1948-49 3 YEARS 1949-50 1 YEAR 1950-51 1951-52 2 YEARS 1952-53 1953-54 2 YEARS 1954-55 1955-56 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 7 YEARS 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 3 YEARS 1964-65 1 YEAR 1965-66 1966-67

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COACH BIXLER BIXLER CORDIER CORDIER JENNING JENNING LAUD LAUD RUCH RUCH RUCH RUCH RUCH RUCH RUCH RUCH SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE ESMONT ESMONT ESMONT ESMONT ESMONT VANAMAN VANAMAN VANAMAN VANAMAN DORLAND DORLAND SWOPE SWOPE SWOPE RIDLEY RIDLEY RIDLEY MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN MARTIN KNISLEY KNISLEY KNISLEY KNISLEY MCKAY MCKAY HEALEY HEALEY

RECORD 11-7 11-7 8-8 8-8 14-5 14-5 9-5 9-5 9-3 16-10 16-5 21-7 9-7 3-14 16-3 90-49 12-7 7-10 6-12 23-4 23-1 20-7 19-2 110-43 19-1 15-6 24-4 21-7 79-18 18-5 23-6 22-7 63-18 13-7 13-7 11-13 6-14 17-27 2-18 8-14 10-32 14-7 16-3 6-13 12-6 14-6 15-4 11-10 87-49 15-5 9-9 5-14 29-28 5-14 5-14 7-12 5-14

NOTE

STARK COUNTY CHAMPS

STARK COUNTY CHAMPS STATE FINALIST

CLASS B STATE CHAMPS STARK COUNTY CHAMPS

1967-68 3 YEARS 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 3 YEARS 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 4 YEARS 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 6 YEARS 1981-82 1982-83 2 YEARS 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 5 YEARS 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 4 YEARS 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 5 YEARS 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 5 YEARS 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 8 YEARS

HEALEY HEALEY KING KING KING KING GOODPASTURE GOODPASTURE GOODPASTURE GOODPASTURE GOODPASTURE EDDINS EDDINS EDDINS EDDINS EDDINS EDDINS EDDINS GREEN GREEN GREEN NUTT NUTT NUTT NUTT NUTT NUTT COLLIER COLLIER COLLIER COLLIER COLLIER GOTSCHALL GOTSCHALL GOTSCHALL GOTSCHALL GOTSCHALL GOTSCHALL PEPPER PEPPER PEPPER PEPPER PEPPER PEPPER MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY MONTGOMERY

6-13 18-39 7-12 13-7 11-10 31-29 11-8 7-12 2-17 3-16 23-53 6-13 8-11 6-13 13-6 11-10 6-15 50-68 5-16 5-16 10-32 10-11 21-6 7-15 8-14 8-14 54-60 10-12 2-19 6-15 9-13 27-59 10-11 8-14 15-6 17-4 7-15 57-50 10-12 6-15 9-13 11-10 13-8 49-58 21-2 21-1 19-3 13-8 18-4 16-7 21-4

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS REGIONAL CHAMPS

REGIONAL RUNNER-UP

REGIONAL CHAMPS REGIONAL CHAMPS

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS A.P. POLL STATE CHAMPS

FEDERAL LEAGUE CHAMPS DISTRICT CHAMPS (.813)

MONTGOMERY 19-5 MONTGOMERY 148-34

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HOOVER RECORDS

SINGLE-GAME PLAYER RECORDS

Most Points Most Rebounds Most Steals Most Assists Bret Wackerly Brad Ring Ted Shingleton Bret Wackerly 45 26 8 14 03-04 91-92 80-81 04-05

SINGLE-SEASON PLAYER RECORDS

Most Points Most Rebounds Most Assists Most Steals Best Field Goal % Best Free Throw % Best 3 pt. % Most Charges Taken Craig Huffman Chris Fisher Bret Wackerly Jared Porrini Tyler Fausnight J. D. Elder Dan Daugherty Chris Saltis 551 232 135 76 67.3 85.5 48.2 14 84-85 91-92 03-04 07-08 08-09 07-08 09-10 03-04

ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS

Most Wins in One Season Most Consecutive Wins Highest A.P. Ranking Home Win Streak Current "Win Tunnel" Record Most Points in One Game Best Free Throw % (Season) Best Field Goal % (Season) Best Defensive Average (Season) Best Offensive Average (Season) A.P. State Champions All Time Hoover Victories 24 44 #1 41 80-6 101 73% 56% 43 73 1013 1944-45 1938-40 2003-04 2002-06 2002-10 2007-08 2003-04 1979-80 2002-03 2003-04 2003-04 Thru 10

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HOOVER RECORDS

400 PoInT club ­ SIngle SeASon Craig Huffman Bret Wackerly J. D. Elder Dick Snyder Dave Boyd Cory Veldhuizen Jim Heckaman Bret Wackerly Dave Deblander Drew Hannan ToP 10 ScoReRS ­ cAReeR Bret Wackerly Dick Snyder J.D. Elder Jim Heckaman Craig Huffman Jerry Miller Eric Miller Drew Hannan Eric Ridge Cory Veldhuizen 1086 1041 925 917 903 867 841 778 764 736 02-05 59-62 06-08 47-49 82-85 54-56 86-89 93-96 92-95 07-10 551 446 441 433 430 419 407 406 404 401 84-85 03-04 07-08 61-62 55-56 09-10 47-48 04-05 68-69 95-96 ToP 10 ReboundeRS - SIngle SeASon Chris Fisher Todd Blackledge Cliff Cox Eric Miller Tyler Fausnight Frank Sabo Craig Huffman Josh Weber Cliff Cox Tyler Fausnight ToP 10 ReboundeRS - cAReeR Cliff Cox Eric Miller Tyler Fausnight Todd Blackledge Troy Tschantz Cory Veldhuizen Mark Patterson Drew Hannan Mark Howard Craig Huffman 452 415 374 354 353 352 351 344 323 322 91-94 86-89 07-10 77-79 89-92 07-10 77-80 93-96 00-02 82-85 232 214 209 202 201 193 184 178 170 167 91-92 78-79 93-94 88-89 09-10 88-89 84-85 92-93 92-93 08-09

MoST PoInTS ScoRed ­ SIngle gAMe Bret Wackerly Eric Miller Dave Boyd Dave Deblander Jim Heckaman Dean Rembielak 45 42 39 38 37 36 03-04 88-89 55-56 68-69 45-46 92-93

MoST ReboundS ­ SIngle gAMe Brad Ring Cliff Cox Tyler Fausnight Drew Hannan Craig Huffman Craig Huffman 26 17 16 16 15 36 97-98 93-94 09-10 96-97 84-85 84-85

MoST FRee ThRowS MAde ­ SIngle SeASon Todd Blackledge Todd Erskine J. D. Elder Dave Boyd Roger Evans

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MoST FRee ThRowS MAde ­ cAReeR Dick Snyder Todd Blackledge J.D. Elder Eric Miller 271 235 217 212 59-62 77-79 04-08 86-89

133 123 118 118 116

78-79 52-53 07-08 55-56 90-91

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HOOVER RECORDS

TOP 5 IN SINGLE-SEASON RECORDS BY CLASS SCORING

SenioR yeaR

Craig Huffman J.D. Elder Dick Snyder Cory Veldhuizen Bret Wackerly 551 441 433 419 406

REBOUNDING

SenioR yeaR

Chris Fisher Todd Blackledge Cliff Cox Eric Miller Tyler Fausnight 232 214 209 202 201

JunioR yeaR

Bret Wackerly Dick Snyder Nyles Evans Craig Huffman Bob Beckman 448 412 339 321 318

JunioR yeaR

Tyler Fausnight Cliff Cox Todd Blackledge Cory Veldhuizen Brad Ring 167 161 140 139 134

SoPhomoRe yeaR

Nyles Evans Bret Wackerly J.D. Elder Dick Snyder Drew Hannan 253 232 212 196 137

SoPhomoRe yeaR

Cliff Cox Eric Miller Troy Tschantz Austin Appleby Mark Patterson 82 74 68 65 63

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2011-12 SEASON BASKETBALL TICKET INFORMATION

Are you ever envious of the folks in line ahead of you? "What line?" you ask. The line for Viking basketball tickets when our allotment of tickets for a small away venue is not sufficient. Or when it's tournament time! Having Hoover basketball season tickets is having a spot at the front of the line. Or it's having an insurance policy for those occasions when all the really good seats are taken or when you're pressed for time and arriving right at tip-off. If you are a current season ticket holder, you will automatically receive information regarding your tickets in the mail by late May. Please be certain that the Athletic Office (497-5660) has your current address and follow the instructions in the letter that you receive. You will have until the first week of June to purchase your tickets. AFTER THE DEADLINE, ALL UNSOLD TICKETS GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC. NO TICKETS WILL BE HELD. If you are interested in obtaining season tickets for the first time in 2011-12, they are available on a first-come, firstserved basis for one week after the aforementioned renewal deadline at the Athletic Office ticket window (Door #8, Seventh Street entrance). Ticket window hours are 7:15 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. If there are any remaining tickets, they will be offered during a one-week window in late November 2011. Thank you for your support.

VISIT THE NEW HOOVERHOOPS.COM

Check out all the teams, photos, rosters, and schedules, as well as news and information about Hoover Boys Basketball. The website offers information for fans of all Hoover boys basketball teams from the elementary to the varsity. Bookmark the site today! Hoover Hoops would again like to thank local entrepreneur Norm Clark of Graydian Technology & Design for guidance, direction, and support as to construction and hosting of the site. Thank you for visiting HooverHoops.com.

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Dear Fans: We welcome you to North Canton Hoover High School and to our athletic event. We hope that this athletic event will provide enjoyment for you. However, we also hope that this event illustrates the most important element in any athletic contest ­ outstanding sportsmanship. We want to establish a cooperative partnership with all schools to promote this value. Good sportsmanship includes those qualities of behavior that are characterized by respect, generosity, and a genuine concern for others. It is a clear measure of the understanding and commitment to fair play, ethical behavior, and integrity. These values are not only vital to athletics, but they also play an integral role in the total educational experience we wish to create for all. We ask that coaches, athletes, and spectators always be conscious of our excellent tradition and do whatever necessary to promote sportsmanship. We remind students that the student conduct codes are in effect at all school-sponsored activities. Listed below are guidelines that we expect our athletes, coaches, students, and spectators to follow. We appreciate your continued support in promoting sportsmanship at this and all interscholastic events. Sincerely,

Don Shimek

Don Shimek, AD North Canton Hoover

Behavior Expectations

THE STUDENT ATHLETE:

1. Accept and understand the seriousness of your responsibility and the privilege of representing the school and the community. Learn the rules of the game thoroughly and discuss them with parents, fans, fellow students, and elementary students. This will assist them and you in the achievement of a better understanding and appreciation of the game. Treat opponents the way you would like to be treated, as a guest or friend. Wish opponents good luck before the game and congratulate them in a sincere manner following either victory or defeat. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials. Never argue or make non-verbal gestures that indicate disagreement. This type of immature activity may incite undesirable behavior in the stands and by teammates. 5. 6. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials. Do not question an official's call. Refrain from cheers which downplay the opponent or which use profane or abusive language.

2.

SPECTATORS:

1. Remember that school athletics are learning experiences for students and that mistakes will be made. You will not jeer a student who makes a mistake in the classroom; why is an athlete an exception? A ticket is a privilege to observe the contest, not a license to verbally assault others and be generally obnoxious. Learn the rules of the game so that you may understand and appreciate why certain situations take place. Show respect for the opposing players, coaches, spectators, and support groups. Treat them as you would a guest in your own home. Respect the integrity and judgment of game officials. Recognize and show appreciation for an outstanding play by either team. Refrain from the use of any controlled substances (alcohol, drugs, etc.) before and during games and afterwards on or near the site of the event (i.e. tailgating). Refrain from cheers which downplay the opponent or which use profane or abusive language.

3. 4.

2.

5.

3.

4.

OTHER STUDENT GROUPS (CHEERLEADERS, PEP CLUBS, BAND):

1. Establish themselves as leaders in your conduct before, during, and after contests and events. Always provide positive support. Assist cheerleaders with yells, chants, etc., and be a working part of pep assemblies with preparation, organization, and involvement. Treat opposing players, coaches, spectators, and support groups with respect and enthusiasm. Conduct themselves in an exemplary manner. Remember, you represent your school ­ both home and away.

5. 6. 7.

2.

3. 4.

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PAST PRESIDENTS

Dr. T.K. Harris 1958/59 John Baxter 1960-/61 Jim Hartong 1962/63 Bill Sanford 1964/65 Germane Swanson 1966/67 Ken Phillipson 1968/69 Ralph Freday 1970 Cy Hefke 1971 Jack Geib 1972/73 Jack Berrey 1974/75 Dick Spall 1976/1977 Larry Bishop 1978

PAST PRESIDENTS

HOOVER HIGH SCHOOL SIDELINERS CLUB P.O. BOX 2184, NORTH CANTON, OH 44720

This begins the 52nd year of Sideliners activities. The goal of the Sideliners is to support every Hoover athlete and organization. All coaches and parents, as well as anyone else interested in Hoover sports, are welcome to attend our meetings. We meet the first Monday of every month at the Greentown Athletic Club at 8:00 p.m. All patron and display advertisers are automatically members of the Sideliners. We thank you for your continued support and ask that you become an active member by attending our meetings. Your help is greatly needed if Hoover is to remain at the forefront of high school athletics.

Ron Fulton 1979 Ernie Fry 1980/81 Chuck Perry 1982/83 Don Masucci 1984/85 J.J. Smith 1986 Dick Sutton 1987/88/89 Ron Feltz 1990/91 Bruce Cain 1992/93/94 Scott Warburton 1995/96 Pee Wee Mutersbaugh 1997/98/99/2000 Charlie Little 2001/02/03/04 Bob Berrodin 2005/06 Kent Weida 2007/08

Front Row 2nd Row 3rd Row 4th Row Back Row

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Kent Weida, John Orr, Randy Santangelo, Clyde Rhodes, George Housos Sr., Tom Hanket Earl Stockert, Charles Little, Doug Houtz, Gordy Knisley, Dino Costi, Ned Lehman Jeff Weltman, Jeff McDonald, Charlie Oberholzer, Bill Novotny, Carl Werwinski, Don Grandjean Ron Feltz, Joe Dalpra, Dan Peare, Dave Horton, Tim Vick , Craig Wallick George Housos Jr., Charlie Little, Tom Masucci, Dave Cochenour, Joe Carpenter, Geoff Stroemple, Jim Malone

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2011 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER CLASSIC

2011 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER CLASSIC At North Canton Hoover High School

For the eighth consecutive year, Hoover Hoops and Hoover High School will host their annual basketball classic over the Martin Luther King holiday weekend. 16 schools will participate in Ohio's top boys high school basketball showcase, the 2011 Mercy Medical Center Classic at North Canton Hoover High School. The Classic will be held January 15 & 16, 2011, in the Hoover High School gymnasium. Canton's Mercy Medical Center returns for its second year as Prime sponsor of the event, which was previously sponsored by Hoover-Maytag for two years and by Pizza Oven Restaurants for four years. "We're thrilled with the schedule again this year," said Don Shimek, athletic director at Hoover High School. "It's a premier field for Ohio's premier basketball showcase." For more information, visit www. mercymedicalclassic.com or email [email protected]

2011 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER CLASSIC

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15 SESSION 1

2:15pm 4:00pm 6:45pm 8:30pm 2:15pm 4:00pm 6:45pm 8:30pm

Canfield vs. Berea Minerva vs. Canton Central Catholic St. Thomas Aquinas vs. Zanesville Rosecrans North Canton Hoover vs. Revere Northwest vs. Coshocton Dover vs. Pickerington North Carrollton vs. Logan Elm Marlington vs. Medina

SATURDAY, JANUARY 15 SESSION 2

SUNDAY, JANUARY 16 SESSION 3

SUNDAY, JANUARY 16 SESSION 4

Even Coach Matta Comes To The Classic!

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