LHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2006
Edward “Hobie” Baker – Baker graduated in 1973 and earned three letters in football, two in track, and one in baseball. Baker still holds nine Louisville single season football records.
Bob Boldon – Boldon is a 1993 graduate, earning three letters in basketball and two in baseball. Boldon was the 1993 Northeastern Buckeye Conference and District IV Players of the year in basketball. Boldon was also selected twice as a Northeastern Buckeye Conference all-star and selected once as a District IV all-star in basketball.
Joe Callan – Joe was a 1975 graduate, earned two letters in football, basketball, and track. Joe also earned one letter in baseball. Callan is a member of the 1970s Federal League football team of the decade. Joe also earned several other football honors in 1974, including first-team All-Federal League, All-County, and All-District.
Ginger Kroft Barnetson – Barnetson, a 1991 graduate, was a three-time state qualifier and a two-time district champion in swimming. Barnetson was named a high school All-American swimmer in the 50 freestyle and was named the 1991 Female Swimmer of the Year by the Greater Canton Aquatic Association.
Kelli Metzger – Metzger graduated in 1995 and was the first Division I softball scholarship winner from Louisville. Metzger was a four-year starter on the softball team and went on to become a four-time Mid-American Conference first team softball selection at the Universiy of Akron.
Paul “Butch” Metzger – Paul Metzger graduated in 1948 and won four letters in basketball and baseball at Louisville. Metzger also earned three letters in football. Metzger, selected to The Repository All-County football team, also was a two-time Tri-County League all-star in football and basketball. Metzger played Class A baseball and once signed a professional contract with the Cleveland Indians.
Dale Minor – Minor graduated in 1964 and was a football and basketball Tri-County All-Star. Minor played on the 1962 and 1963 Louisville Tri-County Football League Championship teams. Minor also set county records in high and low hurdles at Louisville. Minor was a four-year letterman in football at the University of Southwestern Oklahoma.