Hall of Fame » 2004


Coach Joe Mease- Joe Mease served as Wolves Basketball Coach from 1956-1960. He led the Wolves to the quarterfinals of the Blue and Gold Tournament at Springfield during the 1958-59 season and to the championship of the Galena Tournament in 1960. In addition to his Basketball duties, he also served as Volleyball and Jr. High Basketball Coach. Joe is the only Coach to be inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame who is also an RSHS graduate. Joe graduated from Reeds Spring in 1947. 
Duwayne Blevins- Duwayne Blevins is a 1972 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. He was a key member of successful Wolves Basketball teams in the early 70's. During his junior season, the Wolves finished with an overall record of 22-5 and were 20-6 during his senior season, winning the championship of the Blue Eye Tournament. A three sport athlete, Duwayne also played Football and participated in Track. He took first place medals in the Low Hurdles, Mile Relay, 880 Relay and the High Jump at the Southwest Central League Track Meet during his senior year. He is one of the few individuals in school history to accomplish this feat. 
Cliff Blevins- Cliff Blevins is a 1973 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. He was a key contributor to the Wolves successful Basketball squads of the early 70's. Cliff was a starter on the 1972-73 team which finished with an overall record of 23-5 and won the championship of the Galena Tournament. He was a three-sport athlete who participated in Football and Track. Cliff held the school record in the Mile Run for several years. He and his brother Duwayne will be remembered as individuals who were total "team" players and were willing to contribute all they had to the team's goals. 
Julie DeAtley- Julie DeAtley is a 1983 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. Julie was a three-sport athlete for the Lady Wolves during the early 80's. She participated in VolleyBall, Basketball and Track. She was a four-year Varsity player for the Lady Wolves and worked her way into a starting role by her sophomore year. By her senior year, she was averaging over 18 points per game and was one of the top players in the Tri-Lakes area. She also set a school record in the High Jump which stood for several years. 
Jasper Warren- Jasper Warren is a 1984 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. He was a stand out in Basketball and Track during his High School career. Jasper was a dominant force in Wolves Basketball during his senior season. He helped lead his team to a 17-8 overall record that season and to the championships of the Forsyth Tournament and the Barry County Tournament at Cassville. Known for his tremendous leaping ability, Jasper was a crowd-pleaser with his many "dunks". He also set two school records in Track. His mark of 20'8" in the Long Jump and 6'3" in the High Jump still stand today. Jasper went on to play for the Drury College Panthers in Springfield from 1985-89 where he had the opportunity to play in two NAIA Division 1 National Tournaments.