Hall of Fame 2019

Hall of Fame 2019
Posted on 10/31/2019
Hall of Fame 2019 Class of 2013 Mooney Boswell Tommy Harrison Nancy Norwood Bobbie Percer Rex Waits 1962 Football Team	J.C. Jake Carter Chris Michael William Osteen David Terrell Gordon Wilson 1928 Girls Basketball Team   Class of 2014 Archie Bennett Kevin McMillan Debra Spencer	Abe Massey Carlton Peete 1979/1981 Softball Teams 2000 4x100 & 4x200 Boys Relay Teams   Class of 2015 Boatwright Family Steve Hendricks	Tony Dumas Jack Turner 2007-2008 Lady Trojan Basketball Team   Class of 2016 Marlon Barnes Tausean Holmes Brian Hall 	Tommy Clifton Mark Healy 1977 Baseball Team   Class of 2017 Aisha Adams Jasmine Newsome	Jimmy Cannon Billy “Rope” Robinson  2007 Trojan Football Team   Class of 2018        LaTesa McLaughlin                           John Moore             Carey Parham & Jack Leonard   1978-79 Boys Basketball Team  MCHS Athletic Hall of Fame    November 1, 2019 Mooney Boswell Football Stadium

Class of 2019 Hall of Fame Larae Allen  Larae Allen has the distinction of being one of Millington’s state track champions. She finished 6th in the discus in the state as a junior and took it to the next level her senior season by winning a state championship. Allen was also a key player on the 1994 Lady Trojans basketball team that reached the state tournament.      Hank Hawkins  Look up “life-long Trojan” in the dictionary and you will most definitely see Hank Hawkins. He coached for 19 seasons, including 13 as the head coach, and was the winningest football coach in school history at the time of his retirement. Eleven of his 13 teams made the playoffs. From 2004 to 2009, his teams won 52 games, including back-to-back undefeated regular seasons in 2007 and 2008, and his 2007 team reached the state semi-finals. Hawkins was also involved in wrestling, and his 1994 team finished 7th at the state dual wrestling championships and 3rd in the individual championships. He has helped several student athletes win championships and reach the college level. Mario Reed  Forever known as #29 to Millington Central High School and Trojan Football, Reed has overcome tragedy on the field to inspire many across the world. Reed shared his story of perseverance in the book Brothers: The Mario Reed Story. A documentary was released based on Reed getting paralyzed during a game against Houston September 12, 1997 and growing into a businessman, motivational speaker, and productive citizen. “The View Within: The Marion Reed Story” gives an inside look at the boy who grew up in North Shelby County. The man Mario Reed is a consistent presence around Trojan Football and is a phone call away for the coaches to come and address current players. Reed is also starting the Mario Reed Foundation to help advocate for people with disabilities. His foundation will focus on home healthcare and research to aid quadriplegics and paraplegics. Reed’s goal is to start his own Boys and Girls Clubs Chapter or youth center, while continuing to push the limits to reach his #1 goal in life: to take a step on his own.   1990 Men’s Track and Field Team  The 1990 Millington Trojans Men’s Track and Field Team finished as State runner-up in AAA. The Trojans were led by head coach George Gibson and athletes Terrance Jones, Jeremy Haley, Marvin Barnes, Robert Booth, Melvin Barnes, John Munsell, Ken Hall, and Ronnie Moss. Both the 400-meter and 800-meter relay teams won state championships. John Munsell was 2nd in the pole vault & 5th in the decathlon. Marvin Barnes was 2nd in the 200, and Ken Hall was 6th in the 1600.
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