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Titus, LeVan to enter BL Athletic Hall of Fame

Benjamin Logan Schools has announced their most recent Athletic Hall of Fame inductees.

Doug Titus and Jack LeVan will be inducted during a ceremony on Friday, January 12th at 6:45 in the high school gym, prior to the boys varsity basketball game against Northwestern.

Doug Titus and his wife Cindy have been married for 27 years. Doug has three sons, Chad, Cody, and Caleb. He is retired from Century Link where he was employed as a service tech for over 40 years. While in high school from 1968-1972, he was a member of the football team (fullback, linebacker, kicker). He was a member of the basketball team. Doug also ran track, and played golf at the same time as they were both spring sports.

Notable achievements:

  • 11 Varsity Letters

  • 1st Team All WCOC Football 1971

  • Football Team MVP and Co-Captain – 1971

  • Set WCOC and Team Longest Field Goal Record (38 yds) 1971

  • Set Football Single Season Scoring Record 1971

  • Football Conference Championship – 1971

  • Regional Qualifier Long Jump 1972

  • Conference Champion Long Jump 1972

  • Track Team MVP and Co-Captain – 1972

  • Set Track School Record Long Jump, Half Mile Relay, Mile Relay, Sprint Medley

  • 2 Track Conference Championships 1971, 1972

  • Served as an Assistant Football Coach 13 years-Present

  • Coached Football Conference Championship 2010

  • Coached Football 1st State Playoff Appearance 2016

  • United States Marine Corps Veteran

Jack LeVan currently resides outside of Pickrelltown on the family farm, which was recently designated as a "Century Farm." Family members include his sister Marlene Brown, and nieces and nephews. Jack retired from the Logan County Highway Department in 1993. While in high school, he earned 11 varsity letters, and even threw the shot put for the track program, which had just started on days when he didn’t have baseball games. In his early years, he was a college student and loved sports as he participated in anything and everything possible, until he was drafted into the United States Army and his life plans changed. After serving our country, Jack returned to Logan County and began being involved with Raider athletics in any way possible. His support of the teams has been greatly appreciated by community members.

Notable achievements:

  • Graduate of Zanesfield-Monroe in 1959 earning 11 Varsity Letters in Baseball, Football, Basketball

  • Attended The Ohio State University and Franklin University where he participated in Intramural Lacrosse and Soccer

  • Volunteered at Sporting Events for years helping time Track Events, worked Conference Meets, and worked as a member of the Chain Gang.

  • Member of the American Legion Blue Jacket Post 599 and has raised the flag at sporting events since 1965

  • 50 plus year member of the East Liberty Masonic Lodge

  • United States Army Veteran

  • His love and support of High School sports has been greatly appreciated by numerous athletes, coaches, and school officials. “Being a Raider Fan is very rewarding watching our kids and community grow, develop, and enjoy success. This has been some of my greatest memories throughout my life.”

 

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