HOF Class of 2008
Chuck Fiedler - HOF Class of 2008
Chuck Fiedler is a 1962 graduate of Logansport High School where he was an outstanding basketball player. After graduation from high school, he attended Middle Tennessee State University on a five year full basketball scholarship. He graduated in 1967 and came to CHS to teach and coach. While at CHS, he coached Cross Country for 17 years and track for 7 years. From 1970 to 1974, Fiedler’s cross country teams compiled a record of 51-9 and were undefeated in 1971 and 1972. His track teams were undefeated in 1979, 1980 and 1981. He also was an assistant basketball coach. After coaching, Chuck became the assistant principal for 7 years and then principal for 15 years.
Britney Froedge (Carpenter) - HOF Class of 2008
Britney was a 3-sport standout at CHS graduating in 2002. She won 11 varsity letters including 4 in softball, 4 in basketball and 3 in volleyball. She also won the Sara McGaughey Award three straight years for being the outstanding female athlete. She is 2nd on the all time scoring list in basketball with 997 points and still holds the single game record with a mark of 36 points. In softball, Britney re-wrote the record book at CHS, holding all but one hitting record. Britney was a 1st team All-State shortstop and member of the Indiana All-Star Team. After graduation, she was awarded an academic and athletic scholarship to Indiana Wesleyan University where she became an All-American softball player and was twice named Conference Player of the Year.
Beth Anne Harmon - HOF Class of 2008
Beth Harmon is a 1981 graduate of CHS. While at CHS, she won 9 letters including 3 in basketball, 3 in track, and 3 in volleyball. She was All-Conference in basketball in her senior year of 1980-81. Beth still holds the school record in the 30” 100 low hurdles. After graduation, she attended Purdue University and Indiana Wesleyan University graduating from IWU in 1995 with a degree in Restaurant Hotel and Institutional Management and later a Master’s Degree in Business Administration. She is now a Corporate Recruiter with Roche Diagnostics Corporation.
Joe Wilkinson - HOF Class of 2008
Joe won 11 letters in his athletic career including 4 in cross country, 4 in track and 3 in swimming. He was All-Conference, All-Sectional and team MVP in 1984. He was All-Conference in track in 1985, MVP and SAC champion in 1985. He was All-Conference in the 1600M run in 1986 and cross country MVP and All-Conference in 1986. He was the winner of the CHS Mental Attitude Award for track in 1986. After graduation he attended Grinnell University where he continued to compete in track and cross country and later attended Emory-Riddle Aeronautical University where he graduated with a BS in Professional Aeronautics. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy in 1989 and was deployed aboard the USS Midway during Desert Storm.
Pat Haney - HOF Class of 2008
Pat was a four year letterman in wrestling and qualified for the State Wrestling Meet at 103 pounds in his sophomore year of 1956. He qualified again in 1957 and was the State Runner-Up at 112 pounds. He continued his wrestling career at Wabash College after graduating from CHS and was a two year letterman for the Little Giant wrestling team. After graduating from Wabash, Pat entered medical school at the IU Med Center with a specialty in Diagnostic Radiology. He has retired from full-time medical practice, but is a part-time doctor at the Northern Navajo Medical Center.
Robert B. (R.B.) Swanson - HOF Class of 2008
He led the Athenian golf team to the IHSAA State Golf Championship as Captain and First Man on the squad. After graduation, he attended the University of Notre Dame on a golf scholarship, where he played on the Irish golf team before transferring to Michigan State University. He was Medalist at several events and has played in the prestigious Kemper Open tournaments in Hawaii. He has held or tied course records for lowest recorded scores at various times in his golfing career.
Scott Kinkead - HOF Class of 2008
Scott is a 1987 graduate of CHS. He has had a long association with CHS baseball, girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball, and football. He first served as team manager for Coach Froedge and the Athenian baseball team in 1986 and 1987. After a four year absence while earning a degree in Computer Science at Indiana State University, Scott returned to CHS baseball as the voice of the Athenians over the Public Address System at all the home games. In 1995, Scott added duties as full-time statistician for the Athenians. He has also worked at the scoring table for girls’ basketball, boys’ basketball and football.