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70s Recipients.

Scott Parker

  • Class of 1977
  • Played baseball and basketball receiving five varsity letters
  • Starting pitcher on 1976 Class A Region Championship and North Georgia Championship team his junior year where the team finished with a 21-9 overall record
  • Class A State Runner-Up losing to Mt. DeSales High School in 1976
  • Appeared in 12 games pitching 57 innings with an earned run average of 1.84
  • Started three years on Varsity Basketball
  • Selected AJC North Fulton All-Tournament Team
  • His junior year’s record in 1975-76 was 19-3 and were the Sub-Region 5A Champions, North Fulton Tournament of Champions
  • Selected Player of the Week by Atlanta Tip Off Club
  • Received Best Offensive Player Award his senior year where they finished with a 21-7 record
  • His senior year’s record in 1976-77 was 21-7, Region 4AA Champions, North Fulton Tournament of Champions and selected as MVP of the tournament, named co-MVP for 1976 season by his teammates\Finished his career in basketball as the 7th leading scorer in the school history with 1,142 career points
  • Selected to Street & Smith’s All-American Pre-Season list
  • Selected by AJC to Top Ten Statewide in 1977
  • Received scholarship to Casper Junior College in Wyoming
  • Signed with the University of North Carolina- Charlotte for his junior and senior year
  • Scott is now a successful businessman as Executive Director of Northwest Oncology Centers with over nine locations, 21 physicians and 200 employees
  • He is also the brother of current Roswell High School Hall of Fame member Lisa Parker
  • Lisa and Scott are the first brother/sister members of Roswell High School Hall of Fame

 

Rick Boedy

  • 11 varsity letters in football, baseball, and basketball
  • AJC Class B All State LB on 1968 State Championship football team
  • Selected for GA 1970 North v. South All Star football game
  • Left fielder, home run leader on 1970 State Championship baseball team
  • Played football at University of Florida
  • Graduated from medical school 1978
  • Has officiated GHSA football, basketball and baseball for 26 years
  • Officiated 9 State Championship games
  • GA Athletic Official of the Year 2007 and AJC Official of the Year 2009
  • Serves on GHSA Physician Advisory Committee and GHSA Football Officials Training Committee

Robert Jett

  • 8 varsity letters in football, baseball, and wrestling
  • Started as freshman on Varsity Football Team as a defensive back in 1966
  • AJC Class B All-State Defensive End and long snapper for 1968 Class B State Championship Football Team
  • Only undefeated football team in Roswell High School history at 13-0
  • Defensive stalwart on team with school record 6 shutouts and 4.3 points given up per game in a single season
  • Universally acclaimed by his teammates as the single most dominant defensive player on the 1968 State Championship Team
  • Most Versatile Back Award for 1968 State Championship Team playing both offense and defense
  • Played 3B for 1968 Class B Region Champion Baseball Team
  • Led team in stolen bases 3 years
  • Member of wrestling team
  • State Wrestling Placer his junior year
  • Played with North Georgia Cougars semi–pro Football team for 5 years and was member of 1970 Championship team
  • Golden Gloves Light Middle Weight Champion in 1st Battle of Atlanta at the Omni

Jeff Bower

  • 10 varsity letters in football, baseball, basketball, and golf
  • Starting QB, 3B, and Wing on 5 State Championship and 1 State Runner Up teams
  • Played in school record for 6 State Championship games
  • Football Class B State Champions 1968, Class A State Champions 1970
  • Baseball Class B State Champions 1970, Class A State Champions 1971
  • Basketball Class A State Champions 1971
  • Roswell MVP Football 1970
  • Georgia AAA Back of the Year 1970
  • AJC All State Class A QB Football 1969 and 1970
  • Scholastic All American QB 1970
  • Selected for GA 1971 North v. South All Star game
  • Played football at UGA and Southern Miss
  • Still in top 5 for many of Southern Miss’s passing statistics
  • Football coach at Southern Miss, SMU, Wake Forest, and Oklahoma State
  • 17 years head football coach at Southern Miss
  • 119 career wins, 14 consecutive winning seasons, 10 bowl games
  • 4x Conference USA Coach of the Year
  • Selected Conference USA Coach of the Decade 2004
  • Member of USM “M” Club Hall of Fame, State of Mississippi Hall of Fame, and USM Circle of Honor.

Lamar “Monk” Jones

  • Starting pitcher and center on 3 State Championship and 1 State Runner Up teams
  • AJC Class A All State Basketball 1971
  • Top ten scorer in RHS Basketball history with 1,022 career points
  • Selected to GA North v. South All Star basketball game
  • Metro Atlanta Baseball All Star 1970 and 1971
  • Braves 400 Club All Star 1971
  • Drafted by Cleveland Indians 26th round in 1971
  • Played at DeKalb Junior College basketball and baseball
  • Drafted by San Francisco Giants 7th round in 1972
  • Signed with Atlanta Braves as free agent in 1973
  • AA Carolina League All Star, Pitcher of the Year 1974
  • Finished with Braves in AAA Richmond
  • Signed free agent contract with Pittsburgh Pirates and retired in 1978
  • Member of the DeKalb College Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 1995

 *Bruce Stewart

  • 10 varsity letters in basketball, cross country, track and field
  • AJC Class A All State Guard and Team Captain on 1971 Class A State basketball team
  • 1971 MVP of Class A State Tournament
  • 3rd leading scorer in RHS basketball history with 1,499 points
  • Played at Marion Institute AL was MVP in 1973 and at Jacksonville State University
  • Head Basketball Coaching career at Volunteer State, WV Wesleyan, Middle Tennessee State, Fort Wayne Fury of the CBA, Hiwassee College and Northwest Florida State
  • 785 Career Wins, 16 Coach of the Year Awards, 1 National Coach of the Year, 14 Conference Championships and one of only two coaches to take college teams to all four different National Tournaments: NCAA, NIT, NAIA, and NJCAA
  • Member of the Florida Community College Athletic Association Hall of Fame Class of 2012

Denny Pritchett

  • played Football his Senior Year as a Defensive End for the 1971 Hornets losing to eventual State Champion Carrollton in the Final Four
  • played on three Baseball State Championships in 1969, 1970 and 1971 winning two State Championships as a starting catcher his sophomore and junior years
  • finished his Senior Year in 1972 as Region Runner-Up to eventual State Champion South Gwinnett
  • Named as Co-MVP in 1972 along with fellow Hall of Fame teammate Mike Ramsey
  • was selected to the Metro Atlanta East-West Dugout Club All Star Team and to the Braves 400 Club in 1972
  • selected as Player of the Week by the Metro Atlanta Dugout Club in 1972
  • Currently holds the School Record for Most Home Runs in a Single Season with 10 set in 1972 while batting .420
  • signed with DeKalb Junior College out of high school and wasselected as the DeKalb Junior College MVP in 1975
  • signed as a free agent with the St. Louis Cardinals in 1975 playing three seasons with Johnson City, St. Petersburg and Gulf Coast Cardinals
  • played catcher and 3rd base on the 1976 Appalachian League Champions with theJohnson City, TN Cardinals
  • currently owns and operates “Denny’s Baseball Clinic of Georgia” where he has long been recognized as a leader in youth baseball
  • For over 25 years Denny has helped send more than 15 players to professional baseball with three making the Major Leagues

Mike Ramsey

  • 10 varsity letters in basketball, baseball, and track
  • Four year starting shortstop on 1970 and 1971 Class B and A State Championship Baseball Teams
  • 1 State Championship Class B Baseball Runner-Up
  • Guard on 1971 Class A State Championship Basketball Team
  • MVP Baseball 1972
  • Selected to play in Metro Atlanta East-West All Star game
  • Drafted by Chicago Cubs 23rd round in 1972
  • Played baseball at Appalachian State University
  • 3 years All Southern Conference
  • Southern Conference Player of the Year 1974
  • MVP Appalachian State 1974 and 1975
  • Jersey number retired in 2011
  • Member of 75th year anniversary  All Southern Conference team
  • Drafted by St. Louis Cardinals 3rd round 1975
  • Scored winning run for St. Louis Cardinals in Game 7 of the 1982 World Series v Milwaukee Brewers
  • Played for Montreal Expos and Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Retired in 1985
  • Minor League manager for 1,656 games during 13 years for the Cardinals, Rays, Padres and Giants organizations in A, AA, and AAA baseball thru 2004
  • Member of Appalachian State University Hall of Fame Class of 1988

Danny Bradach

  • 4 year varsity letterman football
  • AJC Class A All-State Linebacker 1972, Team Captain and Team MVP 1972 Football Team
  • Helped lead 1971 Class A  Football team to Final Four his junior season
  • Member of 1970 Class A State Championship Football Team his sophomore season
  • Selected as the AJC Cup winner for the Senior Class of 1972
  • This is the highest award given to a member of a Senior Class for exceling in community activities, arts, athletics and academics
  • Played college football at Virginia Military Institute as a defensive lineman
  • Switched to center his senior year and started every game
  • Member of the 1974 Southern Conference Championship Football team

Bart Campbell

  • 8 varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball
  • 3 year starter as QB
  • Led football team to Final Four as a sophomore
  • Only 2nd QB in Roswell history to lead team to undefeated regular season in 1973 at 10-0
  • 3 year football record of 26-8
  • Team Captain and MVP for 1973 Football Team
  • Senior season named to the AJC 1973 Class A All-State Football Team, AJC All Metro Team and selected to play in Georgia North-South All Star Football Game
  • 4 year member of the baseball team
  • Left handed starting pitcher with 43 consecutive shutout innings his senior year
  • Member of Class A 1971 Baseball Championship Team as a freshman
  • Team MVP for 1974 baseball team
  • Selected as Metro Atlanta Dugout Club All-Star, Braves 400 Club All-Star
  • Only Metro Atlanta athlete to be selected for both football and baseball All-Star teams his senior year
  • Accepted an Academic and Athletic scholarship to Georgia Tech for Baseball
  • Pitched for 3 years from 1975-1977

Kenny Lanier

  • 10 Varsity Letters in football, baseball, and track
  • was a four year starter at Defensive Tackle in football from 1971 thru 1974
  • played in 44 consecutive games and is regarded by his coaches as one of the best Defensive players in Roswell Football history
  • He was the leading tackler his junior year in 1973 for the 10 and 1 Hornets with 92 tackles
  • twice selected by the AJC as Player of the Week vs. Carrollton and Lithonia
  • Selected to the AJC All State Team for Class A in 1973
  • played baseball for three years and threw the shotput in track
  • received scholarship for football to the University o Southern Mississippi and played his freshman and sophomore years

Leonard Phillips

  • 12 varsity letters in basketball, baseball, track, football, and cross country
  • 5th All Time Leading Scorer in Roswell Basketball history with 1,356 career points
  • Team Captain and MVP in 1975 basketball season
  • Selected to Metro Atlanta Dugout Club 1975 Baseball All Star Team
  • Member of the 1973 State Class A Runner-Up Cross Country team and the 3rd place 1974 State Class A Cross Country team
  • Played basketball and ran track at Middle Georgia Junior College
  • Played baseball at Western Kentucky University hitting 7 home runs and batting .366 his senior year
  • Free agent signee with the Montreal Expos assigned to West Palm Beach where he hit 4 home runs in his only season
  • Legendary Player in Men’s Senior Baseball League where he has won 8 World Series
  • Stan Musial League he was a member of 3 World Series teams
  • Has coached freshman and JV basketball at Roswell High and youth baseball with the City of Roswell Recreation and Parks leagues
  • Leonard is very active as a Deacon at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church mentoring young people
  • Leonard is the older brother of Hall of Fame Member Tony Phillips and the VERY PROUD Father of Roswell High Football Coach and Hall of Fame Member Jermaine Phillips.

 Tony Phillips

  • 13 varsity letters in 5 sports basketball, baseball, football, cross country, track and field
  • Four year starting shortstop
  • Played on 1976 State Class A Baseball Runner Up team
  • MVP Baseball 1976 and 1977, MVP Basketball 1977
  • Region Champion in High Jump and Pole Vault 1977
  • GA Dugout Club All Star 1977
  • Played basketball and baseball at New Mexico Military Institute
  • Drafted 1st round (10th pick overall) by Montreal Expos in 1978
  • Played 18 years in Major Leagues for Oakland Athletics, Detroit Tigers, California Angels, Chicago White Sox, New York Mets and Toronto Blue Jays
  • Played in 1988 World Series Oakland A’s v LA Dodgers and for the 1989 World Series Champion Oakland A’s v San Francisco Giants
  • Played in over 2,000 major league games and hit 160 career home runs as a switch hitter

*posthumous