Leesburg, VA (September 9, 2015) – The Athletic Dept. at Loudoun County High School, in conjunction with the LCHS Hall of Fame Committee, is pleased to announce the Hall of Fame Class of 2015.
The induction ceremony is scheduled to take place prior to the home football game on Friday, September 11th at 5:00pm in the LCHS auditorium.
LCHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2015
John Vance, Coach and Athletic Director 1953‐1991. John Vance coached Basketball, Football and Baseball at LCHS. He became Athletic Director in 1968 and then an Asst. Principal at JL Simpson Middle in 1971. Mr. Vance served the youth of LCPS for 38 years.
Don Larson: Coach, Athletic Director, Principal 1952‐1981. Don Larson served as Athletic Director and Baseball coach at LCHS from 1953‐1968, when he was hired to be Asst. Principal. He then was Principal of LVHS and LCHS before moving on the LCPS Central office. Mr. Larson served the youth of LCPS for 30 years.
Tommy Heflin, Class of 1956. Tommy Heflin was a three sport letter winner for LCHS. He played End, Defensive back, and quarterback in football, averaged 22.6 points per game as a senior in basketball, and was offered a contract with the Washington Senators in baseball.
Frank Buttery, Class of 1972. Frank Buttery earned 9 varsity letters in Football, Track and Baseball while at LCHS. He batted an incredible .532 as a junior in baseball and while also throwing two no‐hitters as a pitcher. Frank currently serves as the Presiding Judge in the Loudoun County General District Court.
Larry Herndon, Class of 1972. Larry Herndon played Football, Basketball, Wrestling, and Baseball during his LCHS Career. An All‐State player in football, Larry was one of LCPS’ first full scholarship players when he signed with Virginia Tech in 1972.
Jane Jackson, Class of 1976. Jane Jackson played Girls Basketball and Softball. Jane went on to play basketball at Wake Forest Univ. where she was inducted into their Hall of Fame in 1995 and was included into the ACC Hall of Legends in 2006. Jane is currently an Attorney in Winston‐ Salem.
Chris Hall, Class of 1986. Chris Hall was All State in both football and track. In Track, his shot put of 60’4 in still one of the top throws in State history. He earned a football scholarship to the University of Missouri as a running back.
David Crisp, Class of 1987. David Crisp is the All‐Time rushing leader in LCHS history, having rushed for 1760 yards as a Senior in 1986. He then attended Fairmont State University before enlisting in the US Air Force where he served with distinction for 24yrs.
Kurt Seekford, Class of 1988. Football, Basketball, and Baseball. Kurt Seekford led the metro area for receptions as a senior and went on to a full scholarship in football at East Carolina University. He returned to Leesburg where he is active in youth sports and LCHS Football Alumni.
Tracy DiMillio, Class of 1988. Tracy earned letters in Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball, and Track. Tracy earned 14 varsity letters at LCHS and helped her doubles tennis team win the state championship. Tracy went on to play soccer at UVA.
Billy Hurley, Class of 2000. Billy Hurley played Golf for LCHS before accepting an appointment to the US Naval Academy where he continued his career. He was a 4x MVP at the Academy and was a member of the US Palmer Cup Team and the Walker Cup Team. After duty in the US Navy, Billy has earned his PGA Tour Card and plays professionally.
Stacy James, Class of 2001. Stacy earned 8 varsity letters in Basketball and Softball at LCHS. She excelled at softball where she was named All District and All region. She went on to play at George Mason University, where she earned the CAA player of the year award for her play.