Inductees Cindy Bumgarner Jorth was truly a 3-sport athlete. Playing high school ball at Morton, she was all-conference for 4 consecutive years in basketball, 4 consecutive years in softball and 3 consecutive years in volleyball.
In addition, she garnered multiple all-state basketball honors during her junior and senior years. She was a Converse All-American in her senior season (1984). Cindy left high school with 1,977 career points that ranked her 15th among all-time IHSA girls basketball scorers.
She also led the Potters to the IHSA volleyball state finals in 1981 and was named to the all-tournament team. She was accorded all-state honors in volleyball during her senior season.
Accepting a full scholarship to play basketball for Indiana University, Cindy had the distinction of being named to the All-Big Ten team in each of her four seasons. She was named to the "Women's Basketball Magazine's" freshman All-American 1985 team and gained "Fastbreak Magazine" All-American honors as a junior.
Cindy ended her career with 1 ,836 points, the 3rd highest in Hoosier history. Her 17.3 p.p.g. career average is still highest in Indiana University history.
Cindy Bumgarner Jorth was truly a 3-sport athlete. Playing high school ball at Morton, she was all-conference for 4 consecutive years in basketball, 4 consecutive years in softball and 3 consecutive years in volleyball.
Central High School graduate Dick Jamieson was not only one of Bradley University's top quarterbacks, but perhaps was also one of the most successful coaches to come from the Peoria area. Former offensive coordinator for the St. Louis Football Cardinals, Jamieson earlier held the same position at the University of Missouri and was head coach at Indiana State.