2009 Hall of Fame Inductees

The class of 2008 Hall of Fame induction ceremony took place on Saturday, February 14, 2009, between the boys JV and Varsity Basketball games with Bellbrook. Congratulations to these outstanding Hornet athletes!

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David Malott 
1954-1958
Hall of Achievement
David has dedicated over 30 years of his life to the Monroe Sports Community As a sports enthusiast he kept the official score books for both the girls and boys basketball games He operated the game clock for the boys and girls basketball games He was a crewmember for the football chain gang.
David used his time and skills to organize, build and remodel both the girls and boys locker rooms He was instrumental in constructing and shaping the baseball diamonds.
David’s dedication to Monroe High School Athletics and Facilities helped advance Monroe’s athletic programs in both girls and boys sports We honor David for his years of commitment! 

Steve Miltenberger
1966-1970
In his sophomore year, Steve earned Varsity letters in Football and Baseball.
Junior year he earned Varsity letter in Basketball and was Team Assist Leader, he averaged 13.6 points and 10.4 rebounds per game.
Varsity Football honors earned: Team Most Outstanding Hornet Player Award and First Team All MML.
Earned a Varsity letter in Golf.
In his senior year, he earned the Golf Scholastic Award.
Varsity Basketball honors earned: Team Co-Captain, Team Assist Leader, Second Team All MML and he averaged 14.9 points and 10 rebounds per game.
Varsity Football honors earned Team Co-Captain, Most Outstanding Hornet Player Award and First Team All MML He broke and set the Quarterback Completion Percentage record that he held for many years.
He was a team member of the first undefeated football season in Monroe history at 10-0, while maintaining a 13 game winning streak and the Hornets claimed the MML Championship During his two years as Varsity Quarterback he threw for touchdowns in 19 of 20 games that he started, and the team went 19-1.
Steve continued his athletic career at Michigan State University where he played four years of Football and one year of Basketball 

NOTE: Debbie Colliver was unable to attend the ceremony. Her mother accepted the award for her. 
Debbie's photo is below. 
Debbie Colliver 

1977-1980
In her sophomore year, Debbie earned Varsity letters in Volleyball, Basketball and Softball.
In her junior year, she earned Co-Captain and Co-MVP honors in Varsity Volleyball and Softball.
Varsity Basketball honors earned: Co-Captain, Team Rebound Leader and Most Rebounds in a single game with 21. 
Senior year she earned MVP honors in Varsity Volleyball and Varsity Softball.
Varsity Basketball honors earned: Most Rebounds in a Single Season, Team Co-Captain, Team MVP, Team Rebound Leader, Team Free Throw Percentage, First Team MML Player, First Team SW Ohio District 15 Player, Golden Triangle Player of the Year, AP Associated Press All State Second Team Player, UPI United Press International All State Second Team Player.
In 1980, Monroe High School retired her Basketball Jersey She was named Hornet of the Year. Debbie broke and set basketball records for free throw percentage and rebounds that were held over 20 years  To date her Single Season Rebound record still stands at 347 rebounds She scored 803 points and an amazing 801 rebounds over her three years.
Debbie continued her athletic career playing Basketball and Softball at the University of Toledo.
 
 
Stacey Williams 
1989 – 1993
An all-around athlete, Stacey Williams participated in soccer, basketball, track, softball, and cross country 
Stacey’s soccer awards include Offensive Player of the Year Award, Most Valuable Player, First Team MML, Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches’ Association South First Team, Miami Valley Scholastic Soccer Coaches’ Association All-Area Team, and Third Team All-State As a freshman, she broke the Single-Season Scoring Record with 28 goals As a senior, and Team Captain, Stacey ended her soccer career with a total of 94 goals.
A fout-year Varsity basketball player, Stacey received the Most Improved Player Award as a sophomore During her junior year, she earned Honorable Mention All-League and received the Golden Scholar Certificate from the Ohio Basketball Coaches’ Association She was also awarded the Team Co-Defensive Player As a senior, and Team Captain, Stacey was the team’s leading scorer, leading in Field Goal Percentage and Steals. Stacey received Most Valuable Player, First Team MML and was recognized in District 15, Dayton Area, and Butler County She was honored as an Associated Press All-Southwestern Player 
Stacey ended her track career with four school records in the 100 meter dash, 200 meter dash, 100 meter hurdles, and 300 meter hurdles  As a senior, her record of 15.7 seconds in the 100 meter hurdles was an MML Meet record Stacey was also three time District and Regional qualifier.
Stacey received the Alex Fultz Award, the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award, the Joe Nuxhall Foundation Award, and Hornet of the Year.
Stacey’s athletic career continued at Wilmington College There, she participated in soccer, basketball, and track A soccer standout, she was a three time First-Team NSCAA All-American She ended her soccer career with a record setting 98 goals Named the Ohio NCAA Woman of the Year, she was later nationally recognized as a Top Ten Finalist NCAA Woman of the Year 
In 2007, Stacey was inducted into the Wilmington College Athletic Hall of Fame.
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