2009 Lakeview Athletic Hall of Fame
Bree Adams, Class of 1996. Earned 14 varsity letters in four sports -- Basketball, Volleyball, Track, and Soccer. All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-State in Basketball and set school records for assists and steals. All-State in the 200 Meters run and set school records in the Long-Jump and 400 Meter Relay in Track. Scored 34 goals in Soccer. All-Conference and All-Region in Volleyball. Lakeview & Battle Creek Enquirer Athlete of the Year in 1996. Ran one year of Track at Oakland University.
Ben Feeney, Class of 1998 Three years of varsity Basketball becoming the 2nd All-Time scorer. Three years as the leading rebounder as well as three-times All-Conference and three-times team Most Valuable. Detroit Free Press Honorable Mention All-State. Lakeview Athlete of the Year, 1998. One year of Basketball at Central Michigan and three years at Albion College being Team Captain in 2003.
Kent Dolbee, Class of 1999 Four year at #1 Singles with a career record of 95 - 12. Undefeated as a senior and undefeated for four years in conference dual matches. Three-time conference champion, twice regional champion, state runner-up and State Champion in 1999. Three times All-State. Four letter in Tennis at Kalamazoo College serving twice as Team Captain and also named Most Valuable. Six-time MIAA Champion in Singles and Doubles.
Sean Frank, Class of 1993 Four letters in both Track and Cross Country being All-Conference and All-State in both. Ran two years at Southwest Michigan College becoming All-Region and Regional Champion. Named a 1994 and 1995 JC All-American and Academic All-American in the 5000 Meters Indoors. Ran two years at Western Michigan University being the MAC Champion in the 5000 Meters and named 1st Team All-MAC
Dave Wilson, Class of 1967 Four year swimmer, State Champion and All-American in the 400 Yd Free Relay. 1st Team All-State by the Detroit News. Also set LHS and conference records in the 50 Yd Free. Swam four years at Valporaiso setting seven university records, winning seven Conference Championships, finishing 2nd & 4th nationally in the 100 yd. & 50 yd Freestyles, and being named a three-time NCAA All-American. Named Valporaiso's Scholar Athlete of the Year in 1969 & 1971 and was inducted in the school's Hall of Fame in 2005