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2005 - 2009 Hall of Fame

2005 Hall of Fame

Steve Hall - Graduated 1977 - All State in football and All Conference in Basketball & Track. Four year letterman at the University of Texas in football graduated from UT in 1981 with degree in Education/Business degree.

Jim Hillman - Graduated 1970 - Attended OSU returned to Broken Arrow in 1975 to teach and coach. While at BA he coached gymnastics, football, baseball, basketball, volleyball & softball. BA Head Softball coach for 20 years overall record 674-159 won 7 State Championships and had 5 State Runner-Up teams.

Jack Hudson - Graduated 1953 - Lettered in Football, Basketball & Baseball. Captain of the football team and President of the band his senior year, All Conference and honorable mention All State in football.  Played football at Vanderbilt and played on the 1955 Gator Bowl Team.

Danielle Miron-Frost - Graduated 2000 - All State for the Lady Tigers Golf team went on to play at Northeastern State University. She was a four year letter winner and All Conference four years at NSU, where she was a two time All American.

Joe Zamora - Graduated in 1995 - One of the most prolific wrestlers to ever wear a Tiger uniform. Not beginning wrestling until his sophomore year, Joe learned fast and was a State Wrestling Champion his senior year. Joe attended Garden City Junior College and tragically was killed in a car accident returning to college his freshman year.

2006 Hall of Fame

Dave Willhite - Graduated 1963 - played basketball and baseball at Broken Arrow and Northern Oklahoma College. Softball coaching named Conference, Regional and State Coach of the Year on numerous occasions.

Sabrina Shanta Hay - Graduated 1997 - was a stand out high school player and received a scholarship to play basketball at Oklahoma Wesleyan University. At Wesleyan she was named to the All Conference, All Region, and NCCAA All American teams.

Holly Anderson Doyle - Graduated 1986- played on the1985 & 1986 State Championship golf team also played on the 1985 State Championship softball team. Holly also played basketball and help lead the Lady Tigers to a state tournament berth in 1985.

Sara Kincaid - Graduated 1999 - All-State volleyball player help lead Broken Arrow to 3 final four appearances in the state tournament. Went to Missouri State University-West Plains where she earned all American Honors. She then went on to the University of Arkansas where she was selected to the SEC first team her senior year.

Steve Dunlap Head wrestling coach at Broken Arrow from 1990 through 2000. Many would consider Steve the most successful coach in the history of Broken Arrow. Over all head coach record 289-60, inducted into the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2005.

2007 Hall of Fame

RD Patterson - In the 20s and 30s RD Patterson was a Broken Arrow teacher, coach, principal and superintendent. Coached football, boys & girls basketball, baseball and track, coached 1927-1931 principal 1927-1933 and superintendent 1933-1944.

Justin Dill - Graduated 1994, 4 year letter winner in baseball and 2 in football played on the 1991 State Baseball Championship team.  After high school attended Connors State Junior College then attended Vanderbilt where he was an Academic All American.

Bill Lemon - Graduated in 1955, lettered 4 years in baseball, 3 years in basketball and 3 years in football.  Played QB on the last Broken Arrow undefeated football team. Attended Northeastern State University

Destiny Frankenstein - Graduated in 2002, 4 year letter winner in softball, as senior was an All American, All State, All District and Oklahoma Gatorade player of the Year. Went on to play softball at Kansas University and then on to play for the New England Riptide National Professional Softball League.

Richard Spradling - Graduated in 1968, letter winner in baseball & football, as pitcher for the Tigers he had a 19-6 record and struck out a 120 batters. All conference in football went on to pitch at Southwestern State College in Weatherford. After college became a power weightlifter and achieved a national ranking.

2008 Hall of Fame

Ronald McHenry - Graduated 1955, letter winner in football, basketball and baseball graduated from Southeastern State College in 1959. Coached high school football, wrestling and track for over forty years and retired in 2004 after 23 years as head football coach at Coweta.

Michael Little - Graduated 1969, lettered 2 years in football, 3 years in basketball, All Conference in football and basketball. All State honorable mention in football, All State special mention in basketball, scholarship to NSU in basketball.

Kari Harrison - Graduated 1997, Kari was a All District, All Conference soccer player all four years in high school at Broken Arrow and All State her senior year. Scholarship to UAB, transferred to ORU where she played the remainder of her career.

Jessica Eldridge - Graduated 2002, many consider her the best female distance runner in the history of Oklahoma High School track and field. She is a 6 time state champion in Oklahoma and named Gatorade track & field Athlete of the Year for Oklahoma her junior and senior year. Went on to OU where she was a 4 time All American.

Micah Lomas - Graduated 1997, lettered 3 years in football, Tulsa World All Metro team his junior and senior years, and selected to the OCA All-State team his senior year. Played football at Northeastern State University where he was a two time NCAA All American.

2009 Hall of Fame

Skyler Holman - Graduated 1999, lettered 4 years in wrestling, 1998 State Champion and Outstanding Wrestler at the state tournament. Two time NCAA All American at Oklahoma State University.

Sam Belt - Graduated 2003, lettered 3 years in basketball, All State and OBCA All Star his senior year. Four year starter at UCO while maintaining a 3.4 GPA. All Region and Consensus All American at UCO.

Candace Handley - Graduated 2004, lettered 4 years in softball, All State 2003, pitched for the 2001, 2002, 2003 State Championship teams. Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year 2002 & 2003 attended Northeastern Oklahoma A&M where she was an All American in 2007.

Virginia Dark Harper - Graduated 1936, as a senior her basketball team went undefeated in regular and tournament games 24-0 until finally losing to the ultimate state champions by 2 points. Part of two conference championships and set several team scoring records.

Shameka Holloway - Graduated 2002, she was a state track champion in the 100m in 2002, 200m and 4 x 400m in 2000, 2001 & 2002. Went on to University of Tulsa where she was All Conference and set several school records.