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2005

Joe Nash: Joe Nash is is a 1951 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. He participated in Basketball, Softball, and Track while a student at Reeds Spring. He was major contributor to the basketball teams coached by John Drake in the early 1950's, helping his team win the Championship of the Clever Sub-Regional in 1951 and advanced to the State Tournament in the Long Jump and 440 yard dash while participating in track.
 
Tom Terry: Tom Terry is a 1969 graduate of Reeds Spring High School . He was a three sport athlete who participated in football, basketball, and track. Tom was a part of the football program at Reeds Spring when it was still in the developing stages and helped lay the foundation for much of the basketball success which the Wolves enjoyed during the early 1970's. He attended and graduated from the College of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Arkansas where he played basketball all four years of college. His athletic prowess and quiet leadership skills provided a strong foundation for his teammates throughout his career at Reeds Spring.
 
Coach John Brown: John Brown served as a coach and administrator in the Reeds Spring R-IV School District for 17 years. During this time he served as an Assistant Football, Basketball coach, and as head Tennis coach for both boys and girls. John helped establish the tennis program at Reeds Spring High School during the early 1980's. He also served as Jr. High Principal at Reeds Spring from 1975-1982 and as High School Principal from 1982-1989. John was also very active as a Basketball Coach at the Elementary level after leaving the field of education and took his traveling basketball team to consecutive AAU National Tournaments in 1994 and 1995. These efforts helped lay the foundation for the Wolves Basketball success in the late 1990's through 2000. He continues to be one of the Wolves biggest fans and supporters.
 
Shannon Brown: Shannon Brown is a 1987 graduate of RSHS and was one of the most successful Tennis players in school history. He helped lead the Boys Tennis team to a 3rd place finish in class 1A-3A at the State Tournament in 1987. During his senior season, Shannon took second at the district level and 3rd at the state level in singles competition. In addition, he helped lead the Wolves to two successful Greene County League Tennis championships. Following graduation, Shannon attended Drury College at Springfield where he was a member of the Tennis team throughout his college career. The Drury College team finished second in NAIA District 16 competition advancing to the National Tournament during his Freshman and Sophomore seasons.