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Pam Coder Pam Coder is a 1987 graduate of Reeds Spring High School and was a four year letterman in Volleyball and Basketball and a three year letterman in Track during her High School career. During her Senior season, she helped lead the Lady Wolves Volleyball team to an overall record of 16-4 and a Greene County League co-championship. She won the team service percentage award her Junior and Senior years and was the team Most Valuable Player during her Senior year. She attended Drury University at Springfield for two years where she played Volleyball and was a part of a District Championship. She then transferred to Pittsburg State University at Pittsburg, Kansas where she played Volleyball another two years.Pam Coder
Denny Routh Denny Routh is a 1990 graduate of Reeds Spring High School and a letterman in both Football and Baseball during his High School career. He was an All-State Football selection at Linebacker during his Senior year. He was also an all-district linebacker and made the Greene County League all-conference first team at three different positions during this season, including Linebacker, Running Back and Punter. His talent led him to be selected to the Lions East-West All Star Game during the summer following graduation where he was selected as the Defensive Most Valuable Player for the West squad. Following graduation, Denny attended Pittsburg State University where he was a three-year letterman at Linebacker and was a member of the 1991 NCAA Division II National Championship team. He is also a member of the Pittsburgh State University Athletic Hall of Fame.Denny Rough
Nathan Slaybaugh - Nathan Slaybaugh is a 2001 Graduate of Reeds Spring High School and was an outstanding three-sport athlete. During his High School career, he was a letterman in Wrestling, Football and Baseball. Nathan was the first Wrestler from Reeds Spring to qualify for state competition. Wrestling in the 189 pound division for most of his High School career, he moved to the 215 pound division his Senior season when he became a state qualifier. He was selected to the Central Ozark Conference first team in Football as a Running Back and Linebacker during both his Junior and Senior seasons and was a member of the Central Ozark Conference Class 3 Division championship team in 1999. Following graduation, Nathan attended Central Methodist University where he participated in Football.Nathan Slaybaugh
Erin Fritz Erin Fritz is a 2003 Graduate of Reeds Spring High School. She was a three time state qualifier in Tennis. During her Sophomore season, she qualified for the State Tournament in doubles competition and followed that with appearances in individual competition during her Junior and Senior seasons. She finished sixth in the State Class 1A-3A competition her junior year and ninth in the state Class 1 competition during her senior season. In addition, she finished first in the Central Ozark Conference Tournament during both her Junior and Senior seasons. Along with these accomplishments, Erin was the Most Valuable Player for the Girls Tennis team during all four years of her High School career and helped lead the team to an overall team record of 26 wins and 8 losses over a three-year period of time. Following graduation, she attended Missouri Southern State University where she played Tennis and graduated in 2007 with a degree in Criminal Justice.Erin Fritz


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1983-85 Boys Basketball Team

The 1983-1985 Boys Basketball teams were among the most entertaining squads to take the court at Reeds Spring. The 1983-84 edition of this group finished with an overall record of 17 wins and 8 losses. They captured the championship of the Forsyth Tournament for the first time ever in 1983 and followed that up by claiming the championship of the Barry County Tournament at Cassville in addition to being undefeated at home. The 1984-85 edition of this group followed up with a tournament championship at Forsyth once again. This feat made the group the only Boys Basketball team to win the same tournament two years in a row.

1983-1984 team members included: Fred Bruckner, Jeff Coonrod, Kevin Giefer, Doug Irwin, John Mease, Tim Nuckolls, Ken Presley, Greg Rogers, Richard Skiles, Sean Tettenhorst, Jasper Warren and Manager Joe Donavant. The team was coached by Head Coach Tom Linkous and Assistant Dale Gilchrist.

1984-1985 team members included: Fred Bruckner, Jeff Coonrod, Kevin Giefer, John Mease, Danny Nash, Ken Presley, David Sherer and Sean Tettenhorst. The team was coached by Head Coach Tom Linkous and Assistant Dale Gilchrist.