‘Cats wild over second class of athletic hall of fame

April 12th, 2008    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

The second class of inductees into the Williamsburg High School Athletic Hall of Fame added six new members to the lair this year.

Dennis Butts (class of 1972) lettered in football and basketball. On the gridiron the offensive end earned all-Clermont County League, All-District and All-Ohio honors.

Scott Lefker (class of 1989) lettered in football and wrestling where he was a Southern Buckeye Conference all-star in both. On the gridiron, he earned All-District and All-Ohio recognition. After graduation he earned the United States Marine Corps Distinguished Athlete Award in 1989.

Trevor Foster (class of 1992) was All-Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC) and All-District in football. He was also a SBC all-star in basketball. He lettered in baseball. At the University of Cincinnati he stood out as a long snapper, so outstanding, he was scouted by several National Football League teams.

Jason Bainum (class of 2002) established several state offensive records in football. He was a Southern Buckeye Conference (SBC), district, and state all-star and was a finalist for the Mr. Ohio Award. He was also a SBC all-star in baseball three years. He played football at Capital (Ohio) University.

Betsy Jo Brockman (class of 2002) was twice the state swimming champion in the 200-yard individual medley (IM). The other two years she placed among the top 10 in the state in the 200 IM. She was All-District and All-Ohio every year of her high school career.

Ed Stewart was Williamsburg's head volleyball coach beginning in the autumn of 1979. He led the Wildcats to 15 Clermont County League and Southern Buckeye Conference championships. His charges won two sectional crowns and qualified for the district tournament 14 times. His teams won an impressive total of 524 games.
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