Class of 2016 Athletic Hall of Fame

On Friday, February 10, five alumni will become the newest members of the CJ Athletic Hall of Fame. The Class of 2016 inductees will be honored at the varsity's men's basketball game at CJ beginning at 7:30 p.m.  The newest Hall of Fame members are:

  • Justyn Baldwin ‘99: Justyn earned honors on the football field as well as in track and field. In football, he was a member of the First Team All-Southwest Ohio, First Team All-Area and Miami Valley All Star team in 1998. He was a district and regional champion in shot put in 1999 as well as a state qualifier, earning First Team All-Area honors. Justyn now lives in Lawrenceville, Georgia, and is a marketing manager for Showtime Travel.
  • Lindsey Goldsberry Sweeney ’05: Lindsey was a member of both the women's soccer and women's basketball teams, helping  lead the Eagles' basketball team to two state championships . The Eagles compiled a 99-7 record in her four years of varsity play. During her time at CJ, Lindsey held the school records for steals, assists and charges taken in a single season as well as career. Lindsey and her husband live in Marietta, Ohio with their 2-year-old daughter and are expecting their second child in April.
  • Ryan Patrick ’04: Ryan was a member of both the 2002 State Championship football team and an Eagles regional champion basketball team. He earned First Team All-GCL honors in football in 2002 and 2003 as well as Second Team All-State honors in 2003. He was also First Team All-GCL in basketball. Ryan now lives in Washington, D.C. where he is working as a financial manager at the Pentagon.
  • Stephanie Ross ’05: Stephanie, a four-year varsity volleyball player, helped lead the Eagles to three district championships and a 79-23 record. She was named to the All-State Academic First Team in 2003 and 2004. Stephanie earned First Team All-Area honors in 2003 and 2004, and was the district Player of the Year and named to the Second Team All-State in 2004. Stephanie is now an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for the University of Virginia's women's volleyball team.
  • Sarah Treadway Valentine ’03: Sarah earned several volleyball honors including being named an All-District player three times and to the First Team All Area two times.  The three-time team MVP was also named to the Second Team All-State and was a four-time All-State All-Academic player.  In the pool, Sarah qualified to state in 2003 and, upon graduation, held the school record in 100-yard breaststroke and 100-yard butterfly.  Sarah is currently an emergency room physician with the Kettering Health Network.

All are invited to cheer on the Eagles and congratulate the newest members of the Athletic Hall of Fame at the men's basketball game on Friday.

Posted February 9, 2017