2018-2019 Hall of Fame

Randy Romer

4 Year Varsity Letter Recipient in Tennis & Track & Field, 3 in Basketball.

Tennis – 2 x NECC All-Conference, IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champion (’92), IHSAA State Finalist (’92).

Basketball – 2 x NECC All-Conference Selection, 12th in Career Scoring.

Track & Field – NECC All-Conference (High Jump), Previous Lakeland Record Holder (6’4” – High Jump), IHSAA Sectional Champion (’93 – High Jump).

Earned a Basketball Scholarship to Bethel College.

4 Year Varsity Letter Winner

’95 & ’97 NAIA Div. II National Champion

Successful career in education (Teacher & Administrator).

Junior Smith

Career Record of 126-13

Freshmen Year (22-5) – NECC Champion, IHSAA Sectional Champion, 3rd at IHSAA Regional.

Sophomore Year (32-4) – NECC Champion, IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champion, 2nd at IHSAA Semi-State, 6th Place Finish at IHSAA State Meet.

Junior Year (33-2) – NECC Champion, IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champion, 2nd at IHSAA Semi-State, State Qualifier.

Senior Year (39-2) – NECC Champion, IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champion, State Qualifier.

(Pictured Above – Junior Smith’s Family)

Brad Crawford

4 Year Varsity Letter Recipient in Football & Track.

1996 IHSAA Sectional Champion (Discus).

Previous Lakeland Record Holder (Discus).

Led the O-Line for one of the most dominant rushing attacks in Lakeland History:

4th Overall Single Game Rushing Yards – 324 (’96)

1st Overall Individual Career Single Season Rushing Yards – 2,507 (Scott Harshberger) (’96)

3rd Overall Total Season Rushing Yards – 3,286 (’96)

10-1 Overall Record in ’96 Season.

Attended the University of Indianapolis – Football Scholarship.

All-American (OL)

Academic All-American

Successful career as a pharmacist in LaGrange, IN.

(Pictured Above – Brad Crawford’s Son’s accepting the award)

Scott Harshberger

4 Year Varsity Letter Recipient in Football & Track, 1 in Basketball.

Football – 4,993 Career Rushing Yards, 2,507 Rushing Yards in a season, 400 points scored, IFCA All-Star Team Selection.

Track & Field – IHSAA Sectional Champion (Long Jump, 200m Dash, 4x100m Relay), IHSAA State Qualifier (4x100m Relay & Long Jump).

Played 1 year of Football for Purdue.

Successful Business Owner – Superior Rigging. & Erecting in LaGrange, IN.

Angie Marchand Perkey

Earned 10 Varsity Letters (Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, & Football – MGR).

Softball – 2 x NECC All-Conference Selection & 2 x KPC All-Area Selection, Catcher for only IHSAA Regional Softball Team, Career most steals – 85, 1992 NECC Tournament Champions, 1993 IHSAA Sectional & Regional Champions.

Basketball – 3 x NECC All-Conference Selection & 3 x KPC All-Area Selection, 932 Career Points (5th), 69 Career 3-Point Shots (5th), 261 Career Steals (4th), 1991 NECC Tournament Champions, 1993 NECC Tournament Champions.

College – Played 4 years at Indiana Tech.

Inducted into Indiana Tech Hall of Fame.

Dennis Spreuer

Head Wrestling Coach 1981-1989.

78-15 Overall Dual Meet Record.

Won 5 NECC Team Championships (’83, ’86, ’87, ’88, and ‘89).

Won 5 IHSAA Sectional Team Championships (Same as NECC).

2 x IHSAA Regional Team Runner-Up.

4th Place Finish at IHSAA Semi-State.

Coached 7 Athletes to the IHSAA State Meet.

Had 2 Undefeated Seasons.

Cathy Rettig Dodd

4 Year Varsity Letter Recipient in Track & Field, 2 in Basketball.

NECC Champion – 400m Dash & 4x400m Relay (’88), High Jump (’89, ’90, ’91), 300m Hurdles (’89, ’90, ’91).

IHSAA Sectional Champion – High Jump (’89, ’90, 91), 300m Hurdles (’89, ’90, ‘91).

IHSAA Regional Champion – High Jump (’89 – Set Sectional Record, ’90, ‘91).

IHSAA State Qualifier – High Jump (’88, ’89, ’90, ’91), 300m Hurdles (’91), 100m Hurdles (’91).

IHSAA State Runner-Up – High Jump (’90).

Scholarship to Ball State University.

Currently works within Lakeland School Corporation.

Jon Workman

4 Year Varsity Letter Recipient in Basketball.

Career Record of 66-25.

3 x NECC All-Conference Selection & 3 x KPC All-Area Selection.

2 x KPC All-Area Boys’ Basketball | Prep of the Year.

Led Team to 4 Consecutive NECC Tournament Championships.

Starter on IHSAA Sectional Championship Team (2002-2003).

Boys’ Basketball 2nd All-Time Leading Scorer (1,443 points).

Boys’ Basketball 2nd All-Time Leading Rebounder (729).

McDonald’s All-American Nominee.

Indiana High School “Core 6” Junior All-Star Team.

IBCA Underclassman All-State Team.

Athletic Scholarship to Western Michigan University.