2004 Hall Of Fame




The Windham Bomber Athletic Hall of Fame honors former athletes who achieved excellence through competition, coaches who have made a difference
in the lives of their athletes and supporters of the athletic program.

(Special thanks to George Belden for supplying the information on this page)

(Note: The information written on these athletes were written at the time they were inducted into the hall of fame. Some of the information might be outdated. If you are in the hall of fame and want your information updated please contact Robin Martin through the "Contact" page.

arnie kArnie Kesling is a 1966 graduate of Windham High School. During his athletic career at Windham he earned letters in basketball, track and football. Arnie excelled in football and lettered all four years. During his freshman and sophomore years he was chosen All-PCL Honorable Mention. In his junior year he earned All-PCL and All-State Honorable Mention. Arnie was successful in earning All-PCL 1st team, All-Northeastern Ohio and All-State 1st team in his senior year. Arnie continued his athletic career at Hiram college where he was named captain of his football team in 1969. He also was successful in indoor and outdoor track completing four years of each. He also served in the United States Army for four years.

jamye mJayme Mitchell is a 1994 graduate of Windham High School. Jayme earned 10 letters during her athletic career. Jayme was a four year starter and letter winner in softball where she earned AllPCL honors and many individual team sponsored awards. She was a three-year starter and letter winner in basketball and volleyball. In volleyball she earned All-League twice, All-District three times and in her senior year she was All-State. Jayme played in the District 3 all star match her senior year, and was a dominant player in all three sports that she played. She was voted the top female athlete her senior year. After graduation she represented the USA in volleyball at the World Sports Exchange in Barcelona Spain. Her team took second place in the tournament. Jayme continued her athletic career at Walsh University where she played volleyball.