2018 HOF Inductees

Tom Albani

Cross Country / Track (2002)
Tom Albani - Cross Country / Track (2002)The early 2000’s at BHS featured distance runner Tom Albani in cross country for four years of State-level achievement. In Cross Country, Tom set the 5-K school record as he made 1st-Team All-Steel Valley Conference as both a Junior and a Senior, was Mahoning County and Suburban League Champion both years, and qualified for Regional and State, while acting as the Team Captain. As a Senior, he was named All-Ohio and Academic All-Ohio as well. In track, Tom also qualified for Regionals and State in indoor track 11th and 12th grades, and was named All- Mahoning County and All-SVC from 1998 to 2001 as both a 1600 meter distance runner and 4 x 800 meter relay team member.

After receiving his B.S. degree from John Carroll University in 2007, Tom went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Public Health from YSU in 2010. He has since won several awards in the public health field and was a Member-at-Large of the Ohio Public Health Association Governing Council from 2013-2016. He is currently working as a Research Analytics Specialist at The Ohio State University – Wexner Medical Center, where he is also pursuing a Doctorate in Epidemiology. He resides in Columbus with his wife, Michelle.

Frank Ansevin

Gymnastics (1993)
Frank Ansevin - Gymnastics (1993)Almost single-handedly maintaining the BHS boys gymnastics program prior to its eventual demise, Frank Ansevin finished a four-year letter winning career in 1993. His junior and senior years saw him win five AAU National Championships and two AAU All- American selections. Frank was named Outstanding Male Gymnast at the 1992 AAU Junior Olympics and was the 1993 USGF State Champion in five events and runner-up in two more. In addition, he was the 1993 OHSAA State Champion in the vault and runner-up in floor exercise, as well as National High School Champion in still-rings and runner-up in floor exercise. Frank finished the 1993 State Gymnastics Meet placing in the top three for all six events as well as the all- around competition.

He earned an athletic scholarship to Ohio State, where he lettered in gymnastics all four years and was an OSU Scholar Athlete, an Academic All Big-Ten selection and a member of three Big-Ten and the 1996 NCAA National Champion teams, the same year he took fourth in floor exercise at Big-Ten. After receiving a degree at OSU in 1998, Frank earned his Physician’s Assistant degree in 2001, and in 2007 graduated from the University of Nebraska with a Master’s Degree in P.A. He’s currently a P.A. at Youngstown Orthopedic Associates. He and his wife, Kristen live in Boardman with their daughter, Gabriella and son, Landon.

Michelle (Dorman) Badolato

Soccer (1993)
Michelle (Dorman) Badolato - Soccer (1993)Boardman’s first girl’s soccer coach, Harry May, singled out Michelle Dorman Badolato as one of the best players he ever coached in his eight years at the helm. A four-year letter winner and “Team Playmaker Award” recipient, Michelle led her team in scoring in her Sophmore, Junior and Senior years, and capped off her final season being named 1st-Team All-Steel Valley Conference, 1st-Team Greater Akron Soccer League, 1st-Team Inter-County Girls Soccer League as well as participating on the All-State Team in each of those conferences. She was also nominated for All-State consideration that year as well.

Following graduation, Michelle attended Bowling Green State University, where she played club soccer for three years, traveling with her team to Texas for the National Club Tournament. After receiving her degree from BGSU in 1999, she lived in England and France for 6 years traveling Europe extensively with her husband, Tony. They currently reside in Indiana with their children, Christian and Lexi. Michelle works at their soccer club as an event planner and administrator.

John Greco

Football (2003)
John Greco - Football (2003)One of the top offensive linemen in BHS history, John Greco built on his high school success to become a professional football player in the NFL. After capping off his Boardman career as a 1st Team All-Steel Valley Conference and 2nd Team All-Regional selection, John was recruited to continue his football and academic endeavors at The University of Toledo. A two-time Team Captain at UT, he quickly earned their “Norman Cohen” Award as the team’s top Freshman player and went on to make 1st Team All-Mid-American Conference honors three times, including being named an All-American and Rotary Lombardi Award candidate. His team won the MAC Championship in 2004 and the GMAC Bowl in 2005.

After college, John was a third-round draft pick of the NFL’s St. Louis Rams. After three seasons, he was traded to the Cleveland Browns where he started for most of his six-year tenure and is currently a member of the New York Giants. In 2014, he was inducted into the Varsity “T” Hall of Fame at The University of Toledo. John is still very active in several Cleveland and Youngstown charities, including the United Way and the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland and presently resides in Powell, Ohio with his wife, Jodi and two children, Giavanna and Angelo.

Janeen Masternick-Black

Soccer (2003)
Janeen Masternick-Black - Soccer (2003)A superlative student-athlete, Janeen Masternick- Black graduated as a valedictorian of her class along with a four-year career of soccer awards and accomplishments. Each of those years saw her selected for All-Steel Valley Conference and All-District teams. Her senior year, Janeen made All-Ohio, SVC All- Academic Team, Channel 33 Student Athlete of the Week, Butler Wick/Manning Emerging Scholar Athlete of the Month, and the Ohio Scholastic Soccer Coaches Association Academic Excellence Award. A part of the 2001 and 2002 SVC Championship teams, she set records for most goals scored in one game (5) and career goals (100).

After suffering a serious injury playing at Baldwin-Wallace her first year, Janeen graduated from BWC summa cum laude in 2007. She continued her education at the Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine, earning her honors degree in 2011. She later completed her residency through Case Western Reserve University at Metro Health in Cleveland. Currently employed as a physician with Mercy Health at the Howland Medical Center, she lives in Howland with her husband, Keith and two sons, Grant and Rocco.

Jennifer Pancake

Softball (2003)
Jennifer Pancake - Softball (2003)A key player on the 2001 BHS State Championship softball team, Jennifer Pancake pitched and batted extremely well during her four years of outstanding individual and team successes at BHS. Earning four varsity letters, Jennifer was team captain as a Junior and Senior, and in 2003 pitched 145 innings with 118 strikeouts, 8 walks, and 8 earned runs allowed. She also batted .393 with 23 RBIs and had a .431 On- Base Percentage. Her team won the Steel Valley Conference and Sectional Championships and was District Runner-Up. Jennifer was selected to the All- State, All-District, and All-SVC teams as a 1st Team selection on each, and was named The Vindicator softball “Performer of the Year”.

Moving on to Westminster College after graduation, Jennifer continued her softball success, making 1st Team All-Presidents Athletic Conference each of her four years there. She was also named PAC Freshman of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, and Player of the Year, as well as setting several pitching and hitting records for the Titans. She was team MVP three times and Team Captain her Senior year. In 2016 she was inducted into the Westminster Hall of Fame and today lives in Austintown and is employed by the Community Connections Association. She continues to give softball pitching and batting lessons in her spare time.

Terry O’Halloran

Terry O’Halloran - Contributor/CoachFor 33 years, BHS swimming Coach Terry O’Halloran has been synonymous with excellence and success. A fourth-grade teacher at Stadium Elementary School, Terry began the BHS swimming program in 1985 and continued past his teaching retirement in 2012 to build the school’s swimming program to the high level of recognition it receives.Graduating from North Hill High School (Pittsburgh) in 1969, Terry received his elementary education degree from Westminster College in 1973. Having already coached swimming since the age of 16 in Pittsburgh and New Castle, he coached and managed the Boardman Tennis and Swim Club for 40 years, including 6 with the YMCA Neptune Swim Team.

After starting the BHS program, Terry compiled a 597-251-8 team record, including eight American Athletic Conference titles, 88 State Meet qualifiers, 77 Academic All-Americans and four Individual State Championships—three by his son Tyler and one by Ryan Bailey. He was voted Northeast Ohio District Coach of the Year three times, Northeast Ohio Athletic Conference Coach of the Year six times, and capped off his career as the 2018 Ohio High School Division I Boys Coach of the Year. Terry resides in Boardman with his wife Jan, after raising three outstanding swimmers and BHS grads—Ryan (wife Kim), Tyler (wife Kelly), and Conner (wife Jessica).

Tyler O’Halloran

Swimming (2003)
Tyler O’Halloran - Swimming (2003)Probably Boardman’s greatest male swimmer to date, Tyler O’Halloran dominated the competition during his career at BHS. He was a three-time State Champion, twice in the 50-yard freestyle, and in the 100-yard freestyle his senior year. During all four years of high school, he was named an All-American Student-Athlete.

Tyler accepted an athletic scholarship to The University of Texas at Austin following graduation, where he continued his highly successful swimming career. He was selected as an NCAA All-American from 2003 to 2007, and was the Longhorn’s Team Captain his Junior and Senior years there. He competed at the 2004 Olympic Trials and the 2007 World University Games in Bangkok, Thailand. He graduated as the UT school-record holder in the 200-yard freestyle relay. After receiving his degree in 2007, Tyler entered UT’s Law School, graduating in 2012. He is now an attorney at the Allensworth & Porter Law Firm in Austin, where he resides with his wife, Kelly where they are expecting a newborn daughter late this summer.

Kevin Tuminello

Football (2003)
Kevin Tuminello - Football (2003)One of some great offensive linemen in the early 2000’s at BHS, Kevin Tuminello was a true student-athlete in both high school and college. A three-year letterman and two-year National Honor Society member, Kevin captained the football team his Senior year, after which he was named All-Steel Valley Conference 1st Team, All-Ohio Division I Special Mention, and Offensive Team MVP. He was also a Butler-Wick Scholar Athlete of the Week and a member of the Vindicator Elite 25.

Enrolling at Georgia Tech, Kevin continued his academic and athletic prowess. An Academic All-Atlantic Athletic Conference selection for three years, he captained his team in 2007 and made 2nd Team All-ACC earning Academic All-District Honors as well. He also won the Gator Bowl Scholar Athlete and Senior Academic Excellence Award that year. After receiving his Construction Management degree in 2007, he signed as a free agent with the New Orleans Saints of the NFL. Since then he has worked for Turner Construction and is presently employed by Schindler Elevator Corporation as Operations Supervisor. He is currently engaged to be married to Danielle Mistovich, and is living in Boardman.

Monica (Cuevas) Williams

Track (2003)
Monica (Cuevas) Williams - Track (2003)Monica (Cuevas) Williams was a huge track star at BHS all four years she ran, culminating in two third-place finishes in the State Meet her senior year. She capped off that Senior season by qualifying to compete in the Junior Nationals at Stanford University for the second consecutive year. At the Midwest Regionals, she represented Team-Ohio in the 800- meter run, finishing 6th and was a key part of the 4 x 800 Championship relay team. To top off that magical season, Monica was the SVC, District, and Regional Champ in both events. She finished her career a 5-time All-Ohioan, second in state history behind Laurie Gomez, including All-State, Regional, District, and All-SVC honors going back to 9th grade when she led the team in scoring. She also attained Academic All- Ohio honors for three straight years.

Monica attended Columbia University and ran track there her first year until several injuries limited her participation. After receiving her B.S. in Sociology, she worked as a research assistant at MDRC, an education and social policy think tank, before moving to Wisconsin to pursue graduate studies in Sociology at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. After earning her M.S. degree, she put her career on hold to raise her family with her husband, Julio. They moved to Canfield a few years ago, with their three children, Gloria (5), Israel (3), Amadeo (1), and are expecting their fourth child in December.

Tommie Zetts

Football / Baseball (2003)
Tommie Zetts - Football / Baseball (2003)In the long list of great BHS quarterbacks, Tommie Zetts stands out as one of the best ever. Add to that an All-State Baseball player during his Junior year and graduating first in his class with a 4.0 GPA, Tom’s Hall of Fame status is undeniable. His four-year baseball career at BHS included playing on three Steel Valley Conference Championship teams, one District Championship squad and as a State Semi-Finalist. In football, Tommie made 2nd Team All-Ohio his Senior year and was honored by WYTV as the “Student- Athlete of the Year”. He set a school record for passing yards in a single game (364) that final year at BHS.

Tommie moved on to YSU to earn his degree and play football. He also briefly played baseball and threw the javelin in track. As the Penguin quarterback, he led the football team to two Gateway Conference Championships and a National Playoff run in 2006 while setting eleven school records, including 47 consecutive games as a starter. He was a three-time Academic All-American and named YSU “Male Student-Athlete of the Year” as a Senior.

After playing one season in the Italian Football League, Tommie returned to BHS as a math teacher and coaches in several sports. He was named 2017 “Teacher of the Year” and in addition, officiates NCAA – Div. II and Div. III football. He lives in Boardman with his wife, Brittany and daughter, Mariella.