East Liverpool Historical Society

This article is under construction and will be updated as additional information becomes available.

A PLEA: We are addressing this to all East Liverpool HS students, student-athletes, coaches, teachers, school officials and parents to please help us with by providing any information, pictures we could scan and use (we would return said photos) for this series. We feel it is important. This is for the students and student-athletes. The East Liverpool historical Society is over 100 years old and while this site is only 6 years old, this summer (2013), all thinking at the Historical Society is this will be a site that will be around for a very long time. Thus we would like to make it as complete and accurate as possible and we need your help and cooperation in order to do that. Thank you.

Do you have any information? Why not email us at: j.a.alsion@gmail.com



It appears this is going to come together like a jigsaw puzzle. A piece of information here, a piece of information there. Adjustments will be made as we acquire more information. The order will probably change in some instances, with more people added, and maybe some removed. ELHS WebMaster

Overall Individual Records

Carrie Tice, 83, 20:20

1983 Review All-Area Cross Country Honorable Mention: Carrie Tice, Senior. She was the top female runner in the area, but because of a lack of girls runners she was placed in the Boys Honorable Mention.

Julie Connor, 88, 19:41

Deanna Watson, 88, 21:48

To be continued


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