Johnston City Sports Hall of Fame
Johnston City High School has a rich tradition of athletic success. This success is never achieved alone; it is a result of a cumulative effort by student athletes, coaches, parents, and community supporters. The Hall of Fame has been organized as a way to maintain the rich heritage and tradition of the successful athletic programs at Johnston City High School. In addition, it will serve as a means of recognizing, preserving, and honoring the athletes, coaches, and community members for outstanding accomplishments and extraordinary support.
Qualifications for Membership into the Sports Hall of Fame
A. Athlete: For an athlete to be considered for nomination he/she must have been out of Johnston City High School for a period of five years. He/she must have had an outstanding career at JCHS while participating in sports. The following criteria may be used: established or broken a school record, All-Conference, All-South, All-State or All-American or accomplishments beyond high school.
B. Coach/Athletic Director: For a coach or athletic director to be considered for nomination, he/she must have made a significant contribution while at Johnston City High School. Must have demonstrated a high level of success as demonstrated by wins, league championships, and/or success in regional and state competition, and/or membership in state, college, or national hall of fames.
C. Contributors/Supporters of Johnston City Athletics: Friends of Indian Athletics could be townspeople, former students, teachers, school administrators, media personnel, etc., who through the years have been strong supporters of Johnston City High School Athletics.
D. Teams: For a team to be considered for nomination, that team must have distinguished itself from all the other teams in terms of their accomplishments.
Sunday, April 30, 2017