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2000 - 2004 Hall of Fame

2000 Hall of Fame

Dale Nichols - Graduated 1966 - All-State Football 1966. Lettered 3 years in wrestling and track. Band for 3 years.

Bill Ralston - Graduated 1953 - Lettered all through high school in Basketball and Baseball. Served 26 years as Public Address Announcer in Kirkland Field Press Box - “Voice of the Tigers”.

Jeff Malham - Graduated 1988 - All-State Basketball 1987, Setting several scoring records for the Tigers. Played collegiate basketball  finishing his career at Tulsa University. Went on to play 5 years of professional basketball in Europe.

Charles Wilson - Graduated 1967 - All-State Football 1966, All-Conference Basketball. Led Tigers to football state playoffs as a junior.

Stacy Hennesy (Mast) - Graduated 1988 - All-State Softball, 1987 Pitcher of the Year. All - Conference Basketball. Member of State Softball Championship team 1985.

2001 Hall of Fame

Margaret Kanine Laws - Graduated 1983 - Regional and State shot-put Champion in track in 1982, 4 year letter winner in track, member of the French Club, Latin Club and National Honor Society.

Ralph James Moore - Graduated 1938 - Lettered in football, basketball and track, member of the first undefeated football team in Broken Arrow school history. Anchored the State Championship mile relay team in track. Attended Conners State College.

Joseph L. Foster - Graduated 1939 - After his service in World War II he became the public address announcer for Broken Arrow football. He served as the announcer for almost 30 years, until illness forced him to retire. Attended the Tulsa University.

Charles Gaither - Graduated 1957 - Lettered 3 years in football and basketball, most valuable player as a senior All Conference and All State in football.

Gerald Hudson - Graduated 1923 - Lettered 4 years in football and 3 years in wrestling. Attended Northeastern State University where he was an All State Collegiate End in 1927 & 1928.  Inducted 1989 into the NSU Hall of Fame.

2002 Hall of Fame

Tom Dark - Graduated  1948 - All State in football and member of the Oil Bowl team. Played football, basketball and baseball for the Tigers. Played football for the University of Tulsa.

Kelly Bryson - Graduated 1967 - Lettered in football, basketball, track and baseball. All Conference in football and basketball, captain of the basketball team his senior year.  Scholarship to attend the University of Tulsa and play football where he started for 4 years.

Johnny Marshall - Graduated 1967 - Captain 2 years in football and track, 3 year letterman in both sports. Second in yardage gained his junior year behind Steve Owens from Miami.  Licensed Pharmacist

Ginger (Daniel) LaNye - Graduated 1991 - 4 year letter winner in softball, played on state championship team in 1989 and also played on 2 state runner-up teams. Set school records in the shot put and discus in track. Played softball at Missouri Southern where she set several school records.  Masters degree an Veterinary Immunology.

Lane Wilson - Graduated 1985 - Tennis No. 1 singles state champion in 1985, 3 time regional champion. Played tennis at the University of Tulsa where he earned 4 letters in tennis and was a Mo. Valley Conference doubles champion and singles runner-up 3 times. 1994 Tulsa University Law School graduate.

2003 Hall of Fame

Shelli Brown - Graduated 1984 - Played on the 1982 and 83 Broken Arrow State Runner Up softball teams, played on the 1983 BA State Championship Basketball team. Went to NSU where she received her Bachelors and Masters degrees.

Les Randall - Graduated 1948 - Played football, basketball and baseball where he earned10 letters.  All State in football and All Conference in basketball and baseball for 3 years. Attended OU on a football scholarship, retired from American Airlines after 42.5 years of service.

Kathy Johnson - Graduated 1981 - Played Softball and was also in the Pride. Did not go out for softball until her junior year and had an immediate impact, that year was a pitcher for Broken Arrows first state championship softball team. Played at Northeastern A& M and ended career at Northeastern State University where she was inducted in NSU’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.

James Faull - Graduated 1939 - Gene played Fast Pitch Softball, Football, Basketball, Wrestled and coached. Outstanding athletic ability Gene excelled in all sports. Was recorded in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not for striking out 49 men in a single softball game.

Roger Burnett - Graduated 1988 -1988 Tulsa World Player of the Year, Jim Thorpe Oklahoma Player of the Year, All State Baseball Team, 1988 Junior Olympic Team, Collegiate All American Baseball Team, Drafted by the New York Yankees

2004 Hall of Fame

Kelli Braitsch - Graduated 1999 - Played shortstop on the 1996 and 1998 Broken Arrow State Championship softball teams and was selected in 1998 the Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year.  Received a softball scholarship to OU where she was an All American Softball player.

Gary Dill - Graduated 1972 - Was a high school two time state qualifier and as a senior a State Champion wrestler. Wrestled for Louisiana State University and Oklahoma State University before completing his education degree at University of Central Oklahoma, Gary currently teaches and coaches for Broken Arrow Schools.

Sam Davis - Graduated 1958 - A three year letter winner in football, basketball and baseball. Went on to play football at the University of Oklahoma under legendary coach Bud Wilkerson and graduated from OU with a degree in Pharmacy.

Brad Penny - Graduated 1996 - as a senior was an Oklahoma All State pitcher. Out of high school was drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks then traded to Florida Marlins where he won two games for the Marlins in the 2003 World Series against the Yankees. Currently plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Jerry Waymire - Graduated from Bixby High School in 1964 - Coached girls basketball for the Broken Arrow Tigers for 11 seasons and won the 1983 Oklahoma Girls State Basketball Championship. After getting out of coaching Jerry stayed on another ten years with the Tigers as an assistant Athletic Director and teacher.