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Heights Accepting Nominations for Athletic H.O.F. Class of ’22

Dennis Lockhart, a 1995 graduate and four-sport athlete, was among the HHHS Athletic Hall of Fame 2021 inductees (Photo courtesy of the Hamilton County Reporter)

The Hamilton Heights Athletic Hall of Fame Committee is seeking nominations from the public for the Class of 2022. Nominations are being accepted through March 31, 2022.

Hamilton Heights Athletic Hall of Fame was created to recognize and honor Hamilton Heights High School athletes, coaches, teams, and athletic program contributors for their achievements and/or contributions to the Hamilton Heights High School athletic program.

The Hamilton Heights Athletic Hall of Fame, created in 2019, is an opportunity for the corporation to recognize graduates and other individuals for their contributions to the district and achievements inside and outside the community. The committee selects inductees not only for their athletic achievements at Heights but because they demonstrate the values of good character and citizenship.

Categories and nomination criteria are included on the application and can found online on the high school athletics page of the corporation website (www.hhschuskies.org). Applications can be submitted electronically to Mitch Street, Hall of Fame Committee Chairman, (mstreet@hhschuskies.org), or mailed to Hamilton Heights High School, P.O. Box 379, Arcadia, IN 46030. For questions or additional information, contact Mitch Street at 317-984-3551, ext.1092 or email mstreet@hhschuskies.org.

The Hamilton Heights High School Athletic Hall of Fame was established in 2019 to honor the memory and contributions of the many outstanding athletes, coaches, and supporters of our athletic programs. The Hall of Fame serves as a symbol of our appreciation of the excellence, honor and devotion displayed by these celebrated individuals and teams of not only Hamilton Heights but the schools that ultimately fed into Hamilton Heights (Atlanta, Jackson Central, Walnut Grove, Arcadia, and Cicero). The Hall of Fame will recognize up to six individuals or teams each year.