HOF Class of 2010

  • Darren Haas - HOF Class of 2010
    Darren Haas
    Darren is a 1994 graduate of CHS. During his HS career, he lettered in baseball 4 years, tennis 4 years and basketball 2 years. He was captain and All-Conference in baseball two years and captain and All-Conference in basketball two years. He led the team in points, assists, and steals his junior and senior years. He was captain in tennis one year and All-Conference 3 years. Darren went to the State Tennis Tournament in doubles his junior year and had a career record of 71-9.

    Bill Stockwell - HOF Class of 2010
    Bill Stockwell
    Bill taught music in the Crawfordsville schools for 31 years. From 1986 until his recent retirement, he was the voice of the Athenians in football, basketball, wrestling and track. He graduated from Indiana State University with a B.S. and M.S. degree in Music.

    Paul Page - HOF Class of 2010
    Paul Page
    Paul is a 1981 graduate of CHS. He won 8 letters in his career, winning 3 in baseball, 2 in basketball and 3 in football. He was All-Conference in football in 1979 and 1980, and MVP, Co-Captain, and most outstanding back in football in 1980. During his three years on the varsity, the Athenians had a record of 21-9 and made the playoffs in 1979. He was the leading hitter and RBI leader in baseball in 1980. Paul attended Wabash College and Ball State University after graduating from CHS.

    Jack Watson - HOF Class of 2010
    Jack Watson
    Jack was a 1954 graduate of CHS and a member of the 1954 State Championship Golf Team. While Watson competed on the CHS golf team, the Athenians were in the midst of a 56-match winning streak that ran from 1951 to 1956. Jack graduated from Purdue University in 1958 with a B.S. in mathematics. He served as a 2nd Lt. in the US Army Signal Corps. He worked for 35 years for GE in the Jet Engine and Missile and Space Division.

    Robert Hybarger - HOF Class of 2010
    Robert Hybarger
    Bob was a 1942 graduate of CHS. He played on the 1942 basketball team that went to the Final Four. He was a three year letterman in football and basketball. After graduation from CHS, he went to Wabash College. He joined the United States Army Air Force during his freshman year at Wabash and quickly earned the rank of 2nd Lt.. He was a navigator aboard a B-17 during WW II. On June 2nd, 1944 (on his 20th birthday), his plane was shot down over France during a bombing raid. Bob Hybarger paid the ultimate sacrifice that day. The VFW has honored his name by awarding a plaque to a graduating senior each year who excels in sports, academics, moral character, and citizenship.

    Mike Beemer - HOF Class of 2010
    Mike Beemer
    Mike is a 1956 graduate of CHS. He was a member of the 1956 State Championship Golf team. After high school graduation, he attended Williams College in Williamstown, MA where he lettered in golf for four years. The Williams College golf team won the New England Team Championship 2 of the four years Mike was on the team. He graduated from the Harvard Law School in 1963 and has practiced law with the Vedder Price Law firm since his graduation in 1963.