Jamie and his family moved to Monroe in 1988 and as a Freshman became a member of the Sports Medicine Program for Stu Wilson.
He worked tirelessly for all sports and all seasons. It would not be unusual for Jamie to be at the school every night, covering multiple activities at the same time. He continued with the Sports Medicine Program throughout his high school career.
Jamie also played Tennis his Junior year and was named the team’s Most Improved Player.
Although Jamie graduated in 1992, he has continued to be committed to Monroe High School Athletics. He volunteers on Football Friday Nights helping however he can on the side lines. He is also the Clock Operator for many of our sports and his ability to run multiple boards at the same time makes him stand out as one of the best in Ohio. He is well known among the officials and well respected by them.
He has become a fixture at Monroe High School and Monroe Athletics, always wanting to help in any way that he can. For close to 30 years now, Jamie has been one of the biggest fans Monroe Athletics has known.
Today we honor Jamie with this Hall of Fame Achievement honor and we say thanks for all he’s done and all he continues to do.