|Dexter Carr - Dexter Carr is a 1972 graduate of Reeds Spring High School and was a standout in the sport of Basketball. From 1970 through 1973, the Wolves fashioned an overall record of 65 wins and 16 losses. Dexter was a starter on the first two teams of that era and helped the Wolves gain tournament championships at Galena in 1971 and Blue Eye in 1972. Known as a scoring threat and a tough rebounder, he provided strong leadership to the team as they won the Southwest Central League Championship in 1971 and an SWCL Tri-Championship his Senior year.|
|Tina Beck - Tina Beck is a 1979 graduate of Reeds Spring High School and was a member of the 1977-1979 Girls Basketball teams which made two trips to the Class 2A State Final Four. Tina was a four-year starter for the Lady Wolves and was known as an outstanding shooter and rebounder. Her dominance on the boards made her one of the top players in the area as she received all-conference honors and helped lead the team to a Greene County League Championship her Senior season in addition to state competition.|
|Rick Porter - Rick Porter is a 1995 graduate of Reeds Spring High School. He was a four-year letterman in Baseball, Football and Basketball and was a Varsity starter in each sport from his sophomore season through his senior year. During his senior season in Baseball, he established single season pitching records including most victories in a season with 10, highest win percentage at 10-1, an Earned Run Average of 1.54 and total innings pitched with 89. In addition, he is the Wolves career leader in strikeouts with 146 and total innings pitched with 179. He was a Class 3A second team all-state selection his Senior year in which the Wolves won a Class 3A District title and advanced to the quarterfinals of the State Tournament.|
1995 Baseball Team
The 1995 Baseball team won a Class 3A District Championship and ranks as one of the most successful teams in school history. Coached by Dale Gilchrist, the team compiled an overall record of 10-2 during the regular season and won the Class 3A District championship at Mt. Vernon to advance to the State Tournament. The Wolves defeated Willard in the first round of state competition before falling to Fulton in the quarterfinals for an overall record of 14-3. The team was coached by Head Coach Dale Gilchrist and Assistant Coach Rod Hemphill. Team members included Steve Autry, Robert Baethge, Matt Battaglia, Adam Blevins, Jeremy Bowman, David Byrne, Brad Corder, Matt Growcock, Chad Hackett, Matt Hayden, Mike Hildebrand, Bill Johnson, Jacob Moschner, Rick Porter, Andrew Price, Zane Staugaard, Jason Tittsworth, Todd Wright and batboy Jesse Stovall.