Class of 2015

Frank Beede


Antioch High School 1991

The name Beede is synonymous with the city of Antioch. There is Beede Auditorium, Beede Park, Beede Way and Beede Lumber Yard. It’s hard to imagine a family history with a stronger bond to Antioch. Read More “Frank Beede”

Jerry Bertolani


Antioch High School 1982

Some kids develop later. Some make the most of their opportunities. Some get that chance and run with it. Read More “Jerry Bertolani”

Craig Carson


Antioch High School – Deer Valley High School

Craig Carson can relate to the old proverb “Give a man a fish you feed him for a day; Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Read More “Craig Carson”

Gerald Gamble

Track and Field

Antioch High School 1984

At 5-foot-10 and 185 pounds, Gerald Gamble didn’t look much like a track and field shot put and discus athlete. Then again, he didn’t perform like an ordinary one either. Read More “Gerald Gamble”

Courtney Johnson


Antioch High School 1997

Courtney Johnson was unstoppable that night in 1996. The 5-foot-8 point guard scored an Antioch school record 46 points, 21 in the fourth quarter, and made 20 of 22 free throws during a 55-33 upset victory over Carondelet. Read More “Courtney Johnson”

Keisha Johnson

All-Around Athlete

Antioch High School 1994

The path of Keisha Johnson’s life has always gone one general direction: Upward, outward and far-reaching. Read More “Keisha Johnson”

Marcus Murray


Antioch High School 1995

When your brother plays in the NBA, expectations are high. Marcus Murray, the brother of 12-year NBA veteran Lamond Murray, met those expectations head on. Read More “Marcus Murray”

Joe Olenchalk

Community Leader

As a 36-year award-winning educator at Antioch junior and senior high schools, a championship cross-country coach, an AHS Boosters Club President and a chairman, researcher and docent of the Antioch Sports Legends Hall of Fame, Joe Olenchalk has given more to one community than many neighborhoods have combined. Read More “Joe Olenchalk”

Brian Oliver


Antioch High School 1995

In the storied history of Antioch High School baseball, the early to mid-1990s might have been the programs best. Much of that had to do with a talented shortstop named Brian Oliver. Read More “Brian Oliver”

Stephen Parks


Antioch High School 1970

They hadn’t beaten archrival Pittsburg in 22 seasons, so the Panthers had the will, the team, the talent and they had Steve Parks. Read More “Stephen Parks”