Hall of Fame



Jon Tinkle

Nettle Creek Schools Athletic Hall of Fame

 

Jon Tinkle

Hagerstown Tiger, Class of 1995

 

  • Three sport standout–baseball, football, and basketball
  • First Team All-State Baseball and Basketball, Second-Team Basketball–only one athlete in Indiana history was ever been named First-Team in three sports
  • All-Area Player of the Year in three sports senior year and four times total
  • First Team All-State Baseball 1995 and Honorable-Mention All-State Baseball 1994
  • Three year starter at Center Field
  • All-Conference Baseball 1994 and 1995
  • All-Area Baseball 1993, 1994, 1995 and All-Area Player of the Year 1995
  • School record runs scored in a season (38) and hits in a season (43)
  • Led team senior year in batting average (.453), hits, runs, doubles, triples, walks, steals, fielding percentage, and on-base percentage (.610); second in ERA (1.80) and undefeated as pitcher 1995
  • Led team to school record 23 wins 1995
  • Zero fielding errors over three years
  • Only 1 strikeout in 95 at bats senior season and only 3 strikeouts in 220 for career
  • First Team All-State Football, Quarterback 1994
  • Three year starter, 2 Quarterback, 1 Defensive Back
  • All-Conference Football 1993 and 1994
  • All-Area Offensive Player of the Year 1993 and 1994
  • 3833 passing yards with 40 TD’s v. 7 INT and 676 rushing yards with 7 TD’s, career
  • Led team to undefeated regular season and 13-1 record with #2 state ranking 1994
  • Led unit that was second in state in total offense among all classes 1994
  • Second Team All-State Basketball (all classes) 1995
  • USA Today Honor Roll for top high school basketball players across nation 1995
  • All-Conference Basketball 1994 and 1995
  • All-Area Basketball 1994 and 1995 and All-Area Player of the Year 1995
  • All-Sectional Team 1994 and 1995
  • Three year starter at guard
  • Averaged 23.5 PPG senior year and set school record for points in a game (44) v. Connersville, including school record 9 three pointers
  • Led team in assists 1994 and 1995; 89% career free throw average
  • Eddie Hoover Award for best senior athlete 1995
  • Pre Med Franklin College and Ball State, graduated with honors, 3.89 GPA
  • Doctorate from Logan University, St. Louis, Missouri
  • Doctor of Chiropractic with practice in Richmond, Indiana

 

2018 Induction