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Due to Thorntown Elementary School being unable to host groups during COVID-19, there will be no Alumni Banquet in 2021.  This is not the decision of the THS Alumni Association, but of school constraints.

If you have questions, please contact our Alumni Co-Presidents.

2021 Co-Presidents

Max Allen & Cindy Stephens Hickson

2020 Co-Presidents

Vicki Hutchens Randel & Cindy Bramblett Keyes

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PRESS RELEASE FROM  
Boone County Basketball Hall of Fame - Indiana


Contact: D. L. White – President
CoachDL312@gmail.com
765-376-8801 Website: www.BooneCountyHoops.com
Martha E. Randel – Secretary of Boone County Basketball Hall of Fame  
SiSRandel@gmail.com FACEBOOK
317-873-4100 BooneCountyHoops


We are very pleased to announce our 2021 Inductee Class for the Boone County  
Basketball Hall of Fame.

A special "Thanks" goes out to all those who took the time to  
make these deserving nominations.


Bob Caldwell of Whitestown 1960 — Bob led the county in scoring in the 1959-1960 season.
Mike Darnall of Lebanon 1971 — Mike was Lebanon's leading scorer & later played at LSU.
Bill Hodges of Zionsville 1961 — Bill was the second leading scorer for the Eagles his senior year. He also coached ISU & Larry Bird to a second-place finish in the 1979 NCAA Tourney.
Michelle Leedy Timmons of Western Boone 1988 — Michelle was a four year varsity starter for the Lady Stars as well as their leading scorer.
Rosie Leedy — As a long-time basketball official Rosie received special recognition from the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame. She also was one of the officials at the first Indiana Girls State Championship game in 1976.
Max Price of Thorntown 1953 — Max coached Pinnell to the sectional championship in 1962. The Purple Dragons were the smallest school in the state to win a sectional in 1962.
Jerry Randel of Dover 1957 — Jerry was the Blue Devils' leading scorer & helped them win the 1957 Boone County Tourney.

Kristen Spolyar of Lebanon 2016 — Kristenled the Lady Tigers to the Semi-State and during her senior year scored more points than any other girl in the state.
Brad Stevens of Zionsville 1995 — Brad was the leading scorer for the Eagles & has had an outstanding coaching career in college & the NBA.
Jeff Tribbett of Lebanon 1966 — A starter for Lebanon High School, Jeff made many assist passes to Rick Mount, and then went to LSU and did the same thing for Pete Maravich.

Marvin White of Thorntown 1943 —  Marvin was a long-time assistant coach  for Thorntown & Lebanon.


And let's not forget our 2020 Inductees who will also have an induction ceremony  
sometime this summer or fall:

Larry Campbell, Gerald Coffman, Mike Maguire (deceased), John Randel,

Alfred Rosenstihl (deceased), Ira Scott (deceased), Harley Sheets, Marvin Starkey and

Brandy Woody Nirider.

Eight days before their scheduled induction ceremony at Ulen Country Club, ‘all’ was shut down.The induction ceremony is planned for sometime this summer or fall, when we think it is "COVID Safe" to do so.

For updates feel free to check our Boone County Basketball Hall of Fame Facebook  
page or our website at www.BooneCountyHoops.com              

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  About this web site

A few years back a comment was made at the Alumni Banquet  that the Association needed to look into setting up a web site to maintain communications among the Association members - snail mail postage was becoming a significant expense. Richard Harshman, class of '45 and I (Russ Crawford, class of '60) volunteered to do the research. Dick and I had a a few conversations then he had some personal issues come up. Richard Harshman passed away in 2013.  To make a very long story short, this web site has been evolving since 2012 as a communications tool for the members of the Thorntown High School Alumni Association. (The Association is the official keeper of the membership data.)  My personal priority has been to honor those who have passed. Secondly, I have tried to encourage members to get reacquainted with their old classmates. (Our youngest Association members graduated from high school nearly a half century ago.)

Several Association members have pitched in to help keep this web site from becoming a cob web stite. David Cook, Terry Fisher and Martha Maiden Randel have pitched in to help with photography and updates.  We could always use more help. If you have a hankering to help, please let us know.