special thanks to Ft. Recovery AD Kurt Rammel for portions of this story—
The Fort Recovery Athletic Hall of Fame will induct two new members for its 2018 induction Saturday night during the Indians boys basketball game with Lincolnview. Both new inductees will bring the total to 41 members since the Hall of Fame was established in 2007.

Fort Recovery High School Hall Of Fame

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2018 Inductees

 Christy (Roessner) Diller

Christy Diller
Christy (Roessner) Diller
Christy was a track and cross country star during her career at Fort Recovery and qualified for the regional during both her junior and senior seasons.
In track she ran the 100, 200, and 400 as well as the sprint relays. She earned a total of six All-MAC honors during her high school career. She represented the Indians six times at the State Track Meet where she finished 3rd two times, 4th two times  and 5th once. She finished in the top 5 at the State Meet in the 400 meter dash for 4 straight years. She set 4 school records-the 100, 200, 400, and the 4 X 200 relay and
retains the top spot in three of them.
In College
After graduation in 1996, she continued her athletic career at The University of Dayton in cross country and both indoor and outdoor track. She earned a total of 5
varsity letters at UD.
In track she was a member of both the 4 X 800 and the 4 X 400 relay teams that set school records at UD.
Christy transferred to The Ohio State University after 3 years at UD  and she graduated from OSU in 2001 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Allied Health.
After her athletic career
She has been a Physical Therapist for 16 years with the last 10 being at the Community Sports and Therapy Center. She also is coaching cross country here at FR Schools. Christy and her husband Jack reside here in Fort Recovery. They have 4 children-Jake who is a 9th grader, Megan who is a 7th grader, Reese who is in 3
rd grade, and 2nd grader Evan.

Greg Kahlig

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Greg is a 2010 graduate who excelled in 3 sports during his athletic career at Fort Recovery.
He earned 3 letters in baseball where he was awarded the pitching award during his freshman, sophomore, and senior seasons. He ranks 5th all time in career wins (14), 7th in career strikeouts (189), 5th in season ERA (1.15), and 1st in season winning percentage (5-0 in 2007).
Greg won 4 letters in football representing the Indians. He was selected as the Team MVP during his senior season. He still has several school records, including Single Game Passing (479 yards), TD Passes (6) and Completions (31), as well as
season records for Passing (2804 yards), Completions (196), and TD Passes (23). In his career he passed for 6,689 yards on 490 completions with 57 TD passes which are all school records.

In basketball Kahlig is the career scoring leader with 1,727 points. The 631 points he scored during his senior season when he led the Indians to an MAC Championship and a regional runner-up finish in the tourney, ranks 3rd in season scoring. He has the 4th highest scoring game (42 points). He  was selected as Team MVP and

First Team All MAC 3 times including MAC Player of the Year twice. As a senior, he was First Team All-Ohio and Division IV Player of the Year.
In College
At the University of Findlay he left as one of the top players in the school’s history,  4th in career scoring and 2nd in highest scoring single-game with 55 points. He was selected as GLIAC Player of the Year and Second Team All-American during his senior season.
After graduation from Findlay
Kahlig played professional basketball in Spain for Forca LLeida. He now lives in Miamisburg, Ohio. and works for Ault, Henderson, and Lewis as a staff accountant.
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