Kathy Lehr talks with Brewster Rhoades, Chairman, and Teresa Lubic Director of Paddlefest about this year’s event.
Culture & Society
Culture & Society Video Library
Heather Mitts, St. Ursula Academy Class of 1996 - Arguably the greatest soccer player - female or male - in Cincinnati high school sports' history, Heather Mitts is also only the second athlete in Cincinnati history to win a gold medal in two different Olympiads.
Michael Bell, Moeller High School Class of 1993 - Picking up where his brother David left off, Michael Bell powered the Moeller Crusaders to their third Ohio State baseball championship.
Ron Russo, Colerain High School, 1984-Current: Ron Russo has clearly established himself as the preeminent girls' running coach in Cincinnati history.
Now in its 35th year of recognizing outstanding local high school athletes and coaches, the Buddy LaRosa High School Sports Hall of Fame has honored over 200 exceptional individuals since its founding in 1975. It is the oldest and one of the only halls of fame of its kind in the country.
Dr. Ralph Richter, Elder High School Class of 1944 - One of the finest all-around athletes to play for Elder High School during the 1940s, Ralph Richter earned seven varsity letters during his career with the Panthers - four in basketball, two in football, and one in baseball.
Coach Frank Russo, La Salle High School, 1983-Current: Unquestionably the finest coach in the history of LaSalle High School, Frank Russo has collected three state championships during his nearly three-decade tenure.
The winner of the prestigious LaRosa's ''Male High School MVP of the Year'' Award .
Ricky Bell, Moeller High School Class of 1997 - Though he only played two varsity seasons with the Crusaders, Ricky Bell was arguably the most accomplished of the three brothers.
Barbara Kellar talks with Dr. Gregory H. Williams, the President of the University of Cincinnati, about his professional and
personal life, as well as, his book ''Life on the Color Line: The True Story of a White Boy Who Discovered He Was Black.''
Alice Sparks has been dedicated to her mission of improving the quality of education in Kentucky for many years and in many different ways.