2008 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Tom Dunton, Class of 1960
    Track, Football:  All-Conference and All-State football, 1959.  All-Conference and All-State track, 1960.  State Champ in the 440. Set school, conference and regional records and ran undefeated in the 440.  Set a school record in the 880 relay.  Played football and ran track for Central Michigan University.


    Terry Faulk, Class of 1964
    Football, Baseball, Wrestling:  Earned six varsity letters. Wrestling State Semi-Finalist, 167 lbs. Wrestled four years at Miami University. Set University records for career wins and pins. Two-time MAC Champ, 191 lbs. Two-time 4-I Wrestling Invitational Champ. Two-time participant NCAA Championship Meet and Mid-Season Honorable Mention All-American. Lakeview School District Distinguished Alumni, 2004.


    Jenny McGinnis, Class of 1993
    Tennis, Track, Cross Country, Soccer:  four varsity letters in tennis, varsity letters in track, cross country, soccer.   City, Conference, Regional, and State Tennis Champ.  Won 90 plus dual matches.  55-1 record in 9th and 10th grades.  MVP, Best Competitor or Team Captain all four years.   Played four years of tennis at Eastern Kentucky University as #2 Singles and #1, #2, and #3 Doubles.


    Melissa Nordine, Class of 1998
    Tennis, Volleyball:  seven varsity letters.  Three-time #1 and #2 Singles, City and Conference Champ.   Regional Champ, State Runner-up and All-State for tennis, 1997.  All-City, All-Conference, All-Regional, Honorable Mention All-State and MHSAA All-Academic Team for volleyball.   LHS and Battle Creek Enquirer Athlete of the Year.   Four year volleyball starter and 2000 MVP at DePaul University.


    Dave Stubbs, Teacher and Coach, 1986 – 2002
    Men's and women's swim coach.  Won 282 dual meets, 25 City and 21 Conference Championships. Coached three Academic State Championship teams and one NISCA Dual Meet National Championship Team.  1998 and 1999 men's teams were State Runners-up.  Coached three All-Americans at LHS. Finished coaching career at Olivet College, with MIAA Conference Championship in 2005 and 2006.