Five new members will go into the Knox High School Athletic Hall of Fame on February 4th. Inducted between the J.V. and Varsity boys basketball games will be Jack D’Amato, Class of 1965; Doris Miller, Class of 1976; Kim (Pawlik) Wojtyla, Class of 1982; Rob Krueger, Class of 1985; and Shawn McIntire, class of 1993.
Jack D’Amato was the 1965 Ben Bowen award winner, is retired, living in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Doris Miller was All Conference in both Volleyball and Basketball her senior year. She currently works in the Distribution-Window Clerk Department at the Knox Post Office.
Kim Wojtyla will join her two brothers, and father (Kemo Pawlik) into the Hall of Fame. She works for a securities firm in Chicago. Kim remembers vividly hitting a hole-in-one shot during a golf match her senior year.
Rob Krueger has taught in the Knox School system for 23 years. He was a very successful track, basketball, and cross country coach at the high school. He accumulated nine letters during his high school career.
Shawn McIntire was an all around athlete at Knox High School. He starred in track, wrestling, and he is currently employed by Unifax Corporation in New Carlisle, and lives in Knox.