All-Conference: 1973, 1974   All-Ohio: 1973 (10th) 1974 (12th)

  Dave Grim was instrumental and establishing the dynasty of the boys teams in the 70's. He was the District champion in 1973 and eventually finished 10th at the State Meet. The following season, Grim helped the Red Devils to a second place finish at State and placed 12th individually. Dave was also an outstanding 2 miler in track. His 9:36 in the 1974 State Track Meet earned him All-Ohio honors. Grim elected not to run at the collegiate level. However, he competed in road races regularly in the 80's and 90's, recording personal bests in the 5K (15:57), 10K (32:32), and marathon (2:40). Dave is the father of former All-Ohioan Melanie Grim. He also helped coach the Tipp's JH team in the late 90's.

All-Conference: 1973, 1974, 1975   All-Ohio: 1974 (2nd) 1975 (6th)

Dave Lightle competed for the Red Devils in track and cross country from 1972-1975. In his junior campaign, Lightle finished 2nd in the 1974 State Cross Country Meet. He placed 6th as a senior (9:42), helping the Red Devils to their second consecutive runner-up finish. He was the cross country League, District, and Regional champion in 1974. Lightle also starred on the track team, earning All-Ohio honors in 1973, '74, and '75. At the time, he set the school record in the 1600 (4:20). In total, he qualified to a State competition 7 times. He was also an excellent basketball player, in addition to his cross country and track prowess. He earned 12 varsity letters in high school between XC, track, and basketball. He continued his running career at Dartmouth from 1976-78

All-Conference:  1974, 1975   All-Ohio: 1975 (9th)

Scott Dixon was another cog in the Red Devil machine of the 70's. Dixon's steady improvement helped lessen the loss of Dave Grim after the 1974 season. He helped Tipp another 2nd place finish at the 1975 State Meet. His 9th place finish (9:46) there earned him All-Ohio honors. In the 1600, his best time was a 4:29. He turned in some impressive times on the road after college. He recorded personal best times of 15:39 5K, 33:10 10K, and 2:44 in the marathon. Scott currently is a member of the Tipp City Board of Education.

All-Conference:  1975   All-Ohio: 1975 (13th)

Tracy Freeman had tremendous talent, but he was often overshadowed by his prolific teammates. Freeman was on his way to having an oustanding junior season. He won the 1974 Bethel Invitational, besting both Lightle and Rawlins. However, shortly after the meet he developed a stress fracture, putting an end to his season. As a senior, he returned and had a stellar performance at the 1975 State Meet. Tracy clocked in at 9:56, good enough for 13th place and All-Ohio honors. In track, Freeman qualified for the 800 meter run as a junior, his personal best being a 1:57. Freeman ran at Loyola of Chicago in college. He has since moved out of the area.

All-Conference:  1974, 1975   All-Ohio: 1975 (4th)

Jeff Rawlins, up until the 1975 season, had been inconsistent. By his own admission he had "choked" in the big races. His 1975 season was a far cry from the past. Jeff won every meet his senior season, until the State Meet, where he finished 4th. In track, he finished 3rd in the 2 mile in a 9:22. Jeff finished his running career as an All-American at Malone College (he still holds the marathon record). Rawlins is known as one of the all-time great road racers in the Dayton area. He was elected to the Dayton Distance Running Hall of Fame in 1994. He was named top runner in Ohio in 1992. His personal bests include 14:12 (5K), 29:30 (10K), and a 2:16 marathon (3-time Olympic trials qualifier). In 2009, Jeff won the USTAF Grant Masters 10K Championships in Wisconsin.

All-Conference:  1980, 1981, 1982

After the depature of the 70's dynasty, Carl Huntsberger put together a solid running career in the early 80's. He recorded a 12:30 (2.5 mile) before the state switched to the 5K in 1982. Huntsberger's 16:29 during his senior campaign was the school record until Jason Salyer topped the mark in 2007. Huntsberger was All-SWBL in '80 and '81 and All-SRC in '82. In track, Huntsberger's versatility as a distance runner was most evident. His personal bests include 4:26 (1600) and 1:58 (800). Carl ran anchor on the 1983 4x800 relay team that held the school record at an impressive 7:54.71 until 2013.

All-Conference:   1982, 1983

Todd Hartline was another quality distance runner for the Red Devils in the early 80's. Hartline checks in on the sub-17 5K list at 16:30. He was the 3rd Red Devil to win a League title, capturing the SRC crown in 1983. Todd was a three-time All-SRC runner in cross country and track. He qualified for the State Meet in both sports. Hartline also helped produce one of Tipp's best distance feats in 1983: finishing 5th at State in the 3200 relay (comprised of Todd Hartline, Huntsberger, Chris Wampler, and Doug Hartline). Todd has since moved out of the area.

All-Conference: 1983, 1984, 1985

  Leslie Judy emerged as the first standout female runner for the Red Devils. Judy was All-SRC for three consecutive years, winning the meet her freshman season. Later that year, she ran a personal best of 19:12 at the Regional Meet in Middletown, where she qualified for State the first out of the two times she ran there. In track, Judy held the 3200 meter record until Melanie Grim surpassed her in 2004. Leslie is the daughter of long-time teacher and athletic trainer Jim Judy. She has since moved out of the area.

All-Conference: 2000, 2001, 2003

  Sarah was an exceptional runner for the Red Devils. She was a 3-time All-CBC runner and a 4-time Regional Meet qualifier. Sarah was also instrumental in helping the Lady Devils win their first District title in 2002. Dehydration foiled Sarah's chances to qualify for the 2003 State Meet. However, she will always be a key part in the early success of the girls teams, which set the foundations of the dynasty it is today.

All-Conference: 2001, 2002, 2003

  The other half of the Rambeau twins was just as formidable. Nicole was a 3-time All-CBC performer. Rambeau showed steady improvement during her career, reaching the apex in the 2003 season. After another top 10 finish at the 2003 CBC meet, Rambeau ran a personal best 19:59 at the Springfield District Meet. A week later, she finished 11th at Regionals and qualified to State. Her 20:29 placed her 52nd. Nicole, along with her sister Sarah, were excellent swimmers. Both of them currently hold a school record in a swimming event.

All-Conference: 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003  All-Ohio: 2002 (17th) 2003 (7th)

  Melanie Grim rewrote the record books for distance running at Tippecanoe. She began her ascent to elite status in junior high, winning the 1999 SRC Meet as an 8th grader. In high school, she was a four-time All-Conference runner and Regional qualifier. Her junior season was a major breakthrough, as Melanie qualfied for State and finished 17th with a 19:34. The following season, she caught fire in the post season and placed 7th at the State Meet, earning All-Ohio honors with a 19:16. In track, she ran a then-school record in the 3200 (11:23). She set the mark at the State Track Meet as a senior and placed 5th in the 3200. Melanie ran two years for Ohio State University.

All-Conference: 2006, 2007, 2008

  Jason Bruns was a key recruiting coup by former varsity coach Dave Larson. Bruns's switch from football to cross country proved to be instrumental in the development of the Red Devils. Jason was a consistenly strong runner in cross country. He was a 3-time All-CBC runner. Bruns ran a 16:36 at the State Cross Country Meet in 2008 as the team finished 2nd. In track, Jason was a two-time State qualifier in the 800 meter run. He captured the 2008 Regional title in thrilling fashion and returned to State in 2009. He recorded a personal best 1:58 in the event. Bruns continued his career at Wright State. He was consistently the Raiders best runner for his final two seasons. He earned All-Horizon League honors twice and recorded a personal best of 14:56 (5k) on the track.

All-Conference: 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 All-Ohio: 13th (2007) 3rd (2008)

Jason Salyer's impact on the cross country program in the last 20 years is unmatched. His passion for the sport and leadership helped mold a collection of fledgeling talent into a championship team. He finished his career as a two-time All-Ohioan in XC, finishing 3rd overall as a senior with a then school record of 15:42. He was a two-time CBC, District, Miami County, and Regional champ as well. In track, he was a 2-time All-Ohioan in the 3200 meter run, running the third fastest time in school history at 9:35. He also ran a 4:26 at the Regionals in the 1600m his senior year, which qualified him for the State Championships. Jason moved on to Bowling Green where he was a 1st Team All-MAC performer, finishing 6th overall in the conference championship his senior year. He became the first Falcon to earn this distinction since 1995. In track, he recroded a personal best of 14:42 (5K). In 2014, he returned to Tippecanoe to teach and help coach cross country.

All-Conference: 2008, 2009 All-Ohio: 12th (2008) 10th (2009)

No other runner has improved more from their freshman to senior year than Kevin Fink. His improvement from sophomore to junior year was explosive. Fink went from a mid 17's runner to an All-Ohioan in a year. His 16:08, at the time, ranked him second on the all-time 5K list. He followed up his 12th place finish at the State Meet by improving to 10th as a senior. Fink helped lead a young Red Devils team to a 6th place finish in 2009. As a senior he was County champion and dominated the CBC meet. In track, Kevin qualified to the State Championships in the 3200m and 4x800m relay in his final season. To top it off, Kevin received a National Merit Scholarship. Kevin became a Cincinnati Bearcat and was a standout for the cross country and track squads. He ranks sixth all-time on the UC 5000 meter list with a 14:35 and fourth in the 10000 with a PR of 30:17. During his collegiate cross country career, Fink was All-AAC twice and All-Great Lakes Region once.

All-Conference: 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 All-Ohio: 15th (2009)

Tyler roared onto the scene as an 8th grader, recording an 11:00 for 2 miles. He quickly emerged as an outstanding runner at the high school level. His hard work paid off his senior year, which was easily his best. Feitshans recorded a personal best 16:28 at State, finishing 15th overall and earning All-Ohio honors. He is one of the handful of 4-time All-CBC runners in conference history. In track, Feitshans was a very versatile distance runner. He recorded personal bests of 4:25 (1600) and 9:54 (3200). He was also a part of three-time State-qualifying 4x800m squads. Tyler took his running resume to Ohio Northern. After battling iron deficiencies his freshman and sophomore year, Feitshans caught fire and ran very strongly during his final two seasons in Ada. He earned 1st team All-OAC honors as a senior.

All-Conference: 2006, 2007

Leah Schiller's running career started off with an impressive freshman season. Schiller set a personal record of 19:49 at the CBC Championships her first year, an exceptional performance for a new runner. She finished 3rd in the CBC as a freshman and earned all-CBC honors the following year. Schiller suffered a knee injury before her junior season. Going into her senior season the status of her running level was uncertain. Schiller responded with a strong season for the Red Devils. Her top 10 finish at the 2009 District Meet will remain one of the best races of her career. In track, Schiller was a solid 800 and 1600 runner. She was also an outstanding basketball player. Leah earned four letters for Bentley College (Boston, MA) in cross country.

All-Conference: 07, 08, 09, 10 All-Ohio: 6th (2008) 3rd (2009) 1st (2010)

Katie Landwehr put together an oustanding running career. She finished her career as a four-time All-CBC performer, including two conference championships. She added a District title in 2008 as well as the first of her 3 consecutive All-Ohio perfomances with a 6th place finish at the State Meet. She continued to improve, posting a 3rd place finish at State her junior year. As a senior she helped the Lady Devils earn a trip to State for the first time in school history. She capped it off with a thrilling win at the 2010 State Championships in school record-setting fashion (18:05). Katie was also the first Tippecanoe runner selected for the Mid East Cross Country Championships. She helped Team Ohio to a victory over Indiana, Illinois, and Michigan. In track, Landwehr holds the 3200 (10:49) and 1600 (5:06) records. Katie competes for Michigan State University. She earned All-Big Ten and All-Great Lakes Region honors in 2013 (5th place). Katie and the Lady Spartans won the Women's National Championship in cross country in 2014. Katie has also excelled on the track for Michigan State, primarily running the 3000m Steeplechase in which she has an extraordinary personal best of 10:07. She was All-Big Ten her junior year, finishing third in a very competitive meet. In addition, she has run the 5000m in 16:27 on the track. Katie eventually qualified for national's and the olympic trials as a senior in the Steeplechase.

All-Conference: 2011, 2012

Rick began his career as a 75 pound 13 minute 2 miler in junior high in 2007. Six years, 8 inches and 60 pounds later, he finished his career as an outstanding distance runner. Rick still holds the JH 2 mile record at 10:52. He was a 2-time all-CBC runner, finishing 3rd at the CBC meet in 2012 and 5th at the Dayton District Championships. His consistent performances were a vital part of the 2012 qualifying for the DI state meet. He recorded a personal best of 16:22 at the State Meet in 2012. Andrews led the team in total points as a junior and senior. In track, he personal bests were 4:38 and 9:42. He was also a member of the school record All-Ohio 4x800 team, which finished 5th in Division I in 2013. Ricky walked on Ohio State's Men's Track Team. He will compete in the 1500 meter run for the Buckeyes.

All-Conference: 2010, 2012

Grant Koch will be remembered as one of the most clutch runners in school history. Koch ran his best in postseason meets. He was a 2-time All-CBC runner, finishing 5th in the conference in 2012. Two of his best performances came at the Troy Regional course. In 2009, Koch, then a freshman, blasted the last 800 meters of the course and helped the Red Devils win their 3rd consecutive Regional title. Three years later, Koch put together one of the most important and impressive finishing kicks Tippecanoe has had. He hammered the last 600 meters and passed over 20 runners to help the Red Devils solidify a trip to the State Championships. At that meet, he ran a personal best of 16:13. Grant is the school's 800 meter record holder at 1:53.42. He earned All-Ohio honors in that event in both 2012 (6th) and 2013 (5th). He also ran anchor on the school record 4x800 team, which finished 5th in the state in Division I. Grant continued his running career at Notre Dame, where he runs track.

All-Conference: 09,10,11,12 All-Ohio: 24th(09), 8th(10), 2nd(11), 1st(12)

Sam Wharton's cross country career is nearly unmatched in state history. Wharton announced his presence by running a 16:38 as a freshman at the State Meet, earning his first of 4 consecutive All-Ohio performances (24th-09, 8th-10, 2nd-11, 1st-12). In all, Wharton won 19 races in his career, garnering three CBC, three County, and two District titles in addition to his Regional and State titles, which he earned his senior year (2012). As if these laurels weren't enough, he also triumphed in the 2012 Nike National Championship, becoming the first and only national champion in school history (as well as the first and only Ohioan to ever win the event). Wharton holds course records for the CBC Championship, Alliance Running Inv., Tippecanoe Inv., and the National Raceway courses. In addition to Nike, Sam finished 6th at Foot Locker Nationals earning Foot Locker All-American honors. His 14:56 at the Foot Locker Regional course is one of the fastest times for a high school runner in state history. In recognition of all of his accumulated accolades, Sam was named the 2012 Gatorade Ohio Runner of the Year. Wharton holds the school record in the 3200 and was a 4 time All-Ohioan in the 3200, running an astounding 8:56 as a senior. After deciding among his many collegiate suitors, Sam committed to the national powerhouse Stanford Cardinal, who, with Sam's help, were national runners-up in 2014. For his amazing performance at the 2014 NCAA Cross Country Championships Sam was named an All-American as a redshirt freshman.

All-Conference: 2012, 2013 All-Ohio: 7th (2012), 3rd (2013)

Allison Sinning hit the Ohio running scene as a transfer from Arkansas. As a sophomore, Sinning was All-Arkansas and recorded a personal best of 19:01. Her first season as a Red Devil was one to remember. Sinning won the County and CBC Championships, helping the Lady Devils capture team titles there. She qualified for the State Meet and finished 7th. In 2013, Sinning finished no lower than 3rd in any race. She won 5 races, including consecutive County and CBC titles. She helped Lady Devils sweep the County, CBC, District, and Regional titles. She was District and Regional runner-up and finished 3rd at State in 18:21. Her 18:18 at Regionals ranks her #2 on the all-time women's 5k list. In track, she was a two-time All-Ohioan in the 3200 with a personal best of 10:53. Allison runs for Xavier University and recorded a PR of 17:44 her freshman season.

All-Conference: 2010, 2011, 2012

Claudia Barhorst was a strong runner in junior high, recording a 12:30 in the two mile. In high school, she became the first female runner to compete in two State Meets (2010 and 2013) in school history. Claudia was a 3-time All-CBC, 3-time All-County, and 2-time All-District runner. She helped lead the Lady Devils to four County, two CBC, one District, and one Regional titles. She was very instrumental in helping the Lady Devils reach their first State Meet appearance in 2010. She recorded a personal best 19:38 at State. Claudia will always remain a key contributor to the girl's program ascension to elite status.

All-Conference: 2012, 2013 All-Ohio: 2013 (17th)

Jay Schairbaum consistently improved each year for the Red Devils. His junior year, he earned All-County and All-CBC honors. Schairbaum was an important part of the 2012 team's march to the State Meet. His 16:40 helped the team to an impressive 7th place finish in Division I. However, it was his 2013 campaign that will be remembered the most. Schairbaum was All-County, All-CBC, and All-District. He finished 17th at the Regional Meet and helped the team earn Tippecanoe's 7th Regional Championship. It was at State that year that Jay had his best performance. He recorded a 16:35 on a muddy course, which earned him a 17th place finish and All-Ohio honors. The 2013 team finished 2nd in Division II. Schairbaum will be remembered as a clutch performer on the sport's biggest stage.

All-Conference: 2013, 2014

Hailey Brumfield moved into the school district in 2013. Already a strong runner at Vandalia Butler, Brumfield contributed to an impressive roster as a junior. She helped the Lady Devils to a County, CBC, District, and Regional title in 2013 and earned All-County, All-Conference, and All-District honors. She helped the Lady Devils finish 5th at the 2013 State Championship. She finished as the County and Conference runner-up her senior year, and went on to earn All-Region honors with a 9th place finish. To cap off her excellent career, Brumfield lead the 2014 squad place 9th at State. She posted a personal best 19:10 ranking her 3rd on the all-time 5K list. On the track, Hailey recorded a personal best of 11:24 in the 3200m and narrowly missed out on qualifying to State as a senior. Hailey earned all-Horizon honors as a freshmen for Wright State.  She posted the first sub 18 minute 5K in school history as a sophomore.

All-Conference: 2012, 2013, 2014

Brinna Price immediately injected leadership and intensity into the girls program in 2011. A standout soccer player, Price juggled two sports her freshman season. As a sophomore, she dropped high school soccer (although she continued club soccer) and established herself as one of the greatest female runners in school history. Brinna was a four-time All-County and three-time All-CBC runner. She helped the Lady Devils win four County, two CBC, one District, and one Regional titles. Price and fellow senior Hailey Brumfield provided a formadible duo for the Lady Devils and led the team to two consecutive State appearances. Her personal best in the 5k was a 19:20. Brinna earned a soccer scholarship from Wright State University.

All-Conference: 2013, 2014 All-Ohio: 2014 (18th)

Daniel Frame's ascent into Tipp XC running lore will long be remembered. After a solid freshman season, Frame showed signs of being a major contributor in 2012. However, his performances began to gradually get worse and bottomed out in the spring during track season. Frame was then diagnosed with iron deficiency and began treatment. His 2013 season was remarkable. Daniel earned All-County, All-CBC, and All-District honors. He helped the Devils to a runner-up State finish in 2013. As a senior, Frame recorded a personal best 15:59 and finished as District and Regional runner-up. Daniel's 18th place finish at State earned him All-Ohio honors and helped propel the team to its first State Championship, which was also the first State title in school history. Daniel was selected to represent Team Ohio at the Mid East Cross Country Challenge. He was the first male runner from Tipp XC to compete in the event. Daniel chose to run at Ohio Wesleyan University.

All-Conference: 2012, 2014

Michael Taylor's career was a testament to perserverance. Taylor dropped soccer as a sophomore and quickly established himself as an up-and-coming runner. He earned All-CBC honors and was a member of the varsity team that finished 7th at the State Meet in DI. As a junior, Taylor struggled losing his varsity position as the team finished runner-up in DII State. Over the summer of 2014, Michael was diagnosed with an iron deficiency. After enduring teatment, Taylor began one of the more impressive racing streaks in school history. Nearly every week was a personal best as his confidence soared. Taylor earned All-county, All-CBC, All district, and All-region honors. Taylor helped the 2014 team win the State Title with his 27th place finish. His 16:30 ranks him 10th on the all-time 5k list. Michael is running for the University of Findlay.

All-Conference: 2015

Jacob Stillwagon’s path to the podium took an unusual path. He entered high school after recording impressive times in junior high. His freshmen season was completely riddled with hip and leg injuries. He did not complete a race. Stillwagon rebounded as a sophomore, posting solid times and earning a spot on the 2013 varsity squad that finished as state runner-up. His junior season remains his defining moment. Jacob’s state race was the key performance in the team capturing a state championship. His 16:38 was arguably the most clutch perfomance by runner in Tipp XC state meet history. He finished up his career by recording a personal best 16:33 and earned all-County, and all-CBC honors.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015

Spencer Ranft’s rise to a running standout is a motivating story. As a pudgy JH runner Ranft lumbered through JV races. Shortly into his freshmen season, Spencer began improving his times dratically. He finished off his 2012 season with an 18:52. He dropped a minute off his time with a 17:52 as a sophomore. His junior season earned him most improved as he earned all-CBC and all-District honors. He broke the 17 minute barrier and was the 5th man on the 2014 state championship team. As a senior he helped the Red Devils to another state runner-up finish. His top performance came at the regional meet as he recorded a personal best 16:31 and earned all-Region honors helping the team to their 3rd consecutive regional title. Spencer will be remembered as one of the mentally toughest and motivated runners in Tipp XC history.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015

Jordan Brown will be remembered as one of the most intense and hard working runners in program history. His no-nonsense and hard-nosed approach helped put the Red Devils over top. Brown was all-CBC as a junior and a key component of the 2014 State Championship season. He followed his 2014 season up with an outstanding senior year. He was all-County, all-CBC, all-Distrct, and nearly missed all-Region (18th place). His best peformance came at the CBC meet in 2015. Jordan recorded a personal best 16:38 good for 7th place. He, too, was buried on a talented roster in Junior High. He, like Andrews, Chaney, and Ranft progressed perfectly from the JH ranks to a decorated runner. Jordan lettered as a freshmen for Wright State's Cross Country Team.

All-Conference: 2015

Thomas Chaney saved his best season for last. After spending two seasons as an alternate on the 2013 state runner-up team and the 2014 state championship team, Chaney emerged as a force for the Red Devils. He recorded a personal best 16:22 (4th place) at the 2015 CBC meet. He was top 10 at the District and Regional Meets. His senior resume reads: All-CBC, All-County, All-District, and All Region. He ran 16:26 at the state meet—good for 28th place nearly nabbing all-Ohio honors. His improvement and progression from an above average junior high runner to all-Region is inspiring. Chaney’s perseverance allowed him to take advantage of his opportunity to soar to a new level in 2015.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015

Tim Andrews capped off a brilliant career with his final race being his best. He recorded a personal best 16:25 (27th place) at the 2015 state meet. Tim a significant impact on the 2013 state runner up team. He entered his sophomore campaign with a personal best 18:17. Andrews caught fire, as did the entire team, entering the post season. He recorded a then personal record of 17:17 at the regional meet helping the Red Devils capture their first of 3 consecutive regional titles. Tim was a 2 time all-CBC and all-District runner. His was key component of two team state runner-up performances and the 2014 state championship. Tim personifies a runner who is passionate, goal driven, and motivated. He was buried on a talented junior high team, but emerged into an outstanding runner. Tim and his older brother Ricky are the only sibling duo currently on the top 10 5K list.

All-Conference: 2012, 2013

Emily Wolfe burst onto the scene in junior high. She won numerous meets including a County and CBC title. However, her defining moment was finishing her career standing on the top of the podium as captain of the 2015 state runner-up team. Emily was all-County, all-CBC, and all-District runner in her career. In 2013, she recorded a personal best 19:56 and helped the Lady Devils to County, CBC, District, and Regional titles. The Regional title was the first in the history of the girls program. Wolfe was a member of 3 consecutive state qualifying teams, 4 County, 3 CBC, 2 District, and 2 Regional championship teams. Her leadership as a senior was a key component in the most successful season for the girls' program to date.

All-Conference: 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 All-Ohio: 3rd (2014), 2nd (2015)

Mitchell Poynter finished his career as the second most decorated distance runner in school history. He was a 4 time All-CBC performer—including CBC champion in 2015 in a meet record 15:28. Four times all-County, Mitchell won the meet in 2014 and 2015 setting the meet record with 15:39 in 2015. He’s outstanding in the post season as well winning the District Meet in 2014 and 2015. His most impressive feat is one of the only 3-time regional champions in the history of the meet. Poynter helped lead the Red Devils to two runner-up finishes (2013 and 2015) and a state championship in 2014. He finished 3rd and 2nd (15:24 ranks 2nd all-time)at the state meet in 2014 and 2015 respectively. He was selected to run for Team Ohio at the Mid-East Cross Country Championships and finished 3rd in the Meet (Top Ohioan). Poynter is also an all-Ohioan in track and will continue his running career at Penn.

All-Conference: 2013, 2014, 2015

Abbi Halsey became the first female runner to compete in four consecutive state championship meets. She emerged her freshmen year as a consistent and clutch runner helping the Lady Devils to a county, conference, district, and regional title run--capped off with a 5th place team finish at the state meet. Halsey is a four time all-county and all-district runner. She earend all-conference honors three consecutive years (she was sick for the GWOC meet her senior year). Her personal best of 19:09 ranks her in the top 5 in school history. Her dedication to the summer training program ranks her first in all-time summer mileage in program history. Her career is highlighted by being one of the my most repected and admired runners in program history...male or female. Abbi will continue to run for Wright State University.

All-Conference: 2015, 2016

Keenan Fraylick joined Tipp XC in the summer of 2015 after transferring in from Tri Village.  After an initial adjustment to a new training regiment, Fraylick steadily improved and cracked a talented varsity lineup.  He finished 7th at the conference meet in 2015 and earned all district honors in 2015 as well.  His 16:35 at the state meet in 15' helped the Red Devils secure a 2nd place finish.  The 2016 season proved to be challenging as Keenan suffered a stress fracture in the summer and missed nearly half of the regular season.  However, Fraylick's intense cross training allowed him to jump in and record some impressive performances.  He earned all-conference, all-county, all-district, and all-region honors as a senior and qualified for the state meet as an individual.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015, 2017

Laura Fink is a classic example of a passionate runner transcending initial predictions. As a mid-pack JH runner, Fink was not expected to have an immediate impact. Wrong..she quickly established her self as an all-conference and all-county runner in her freshmen season helping the team to a 9th place finish at the state meet. Her best season occured in 2015 where she recorded a personal best 19:18 and helped the Lady Devils to a runner-up finish at the state meet. She was three times all-conference, twice all-county and all-district, and she earned all-region honors in 2015. She competed at the state cross country meet in all four years.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

Makenzie Dietz became the first 4 time all-conference runner since Katie Landwehr in 2017. Her spirit and ability to perform in pressure situations provided energy and motivation for her teammates. Dietz joined fellow classmate Laura Fink as a four time participant at the state meet. Her best season was in 2016. Her 19:19 at the state meet helped the Lady Devils finish 3rd as a team. Her leadership and clutch performances were inspiring to her teammates and coaches.

All-Conference: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 All-Ohio: 16TH (2016), 16TH (2017), 19TH (2018)

Katie Taylor joined Katie Landwehr as the only 3 time all ohioans in school history. Katie was the catalyst for the most decorated class in program history for the girls. The team won county, conference, district, and regional titles during her career. The highligt was four consecutive top 5 finishes at the state meet with a state runner-up finish in 2015. She finished her career ranked #3 on the all-time 5K list with an 18:52. Katie continued her running career for High Point University.

All-Conference: 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017

Kaili Titley burst onto the scene in 2014 winning her first race she ever competed in at the Northwestern Invitational as an 8th grader. As a freshmen, she help lead the Lady Devils to a state runner up finish. She was a three time all conference runner and an individual state qualifier in 2015 and 2016. She finished 27th at the state meet in 2015. Kaili ranks #4 all time on the 5K list with a 19:01. Her spirit and leadership were important part of the team's success.

All-Conference: 2015, 2017

Stephanie Fink completed the triumvirate of runners for the Fink family. She was a 2 time all conference runner and state qualifier in 2017. Her most impressive season came in 2017. She returned from an injury riddled sophomore season to spark the team to a late season surge. She finished 35th with a personal best 19:23 at the state meet and helped the Lady Devils to a 3rd place finish. Fink was an intense racer and key leader for the team.

All-Conference: 2016, 2017, 2018

Jillian Brown provided a competitive spirit that was infectious to the entire team. Brown was a 3 time all conference runner. She finished 76th at the 2017 state meet. Jill leadership, work ethic, and attitue would put her in any Hall of Fame. She was the heart and soul of the 4 year state run.