2019 Inductees

2019 HOF Inductees Pat Cook, Brad Bergerman, Phillip Dickerson
Brad Bergman

Brad Bergman

Basketball 2006-2009

Brad Bergman 2006-2009, was a three-year member and captain of the men’s basketball team. Brad played in 90 games during his ThunderHawk career, helping his team win two Conference Championships and one State Championship.  Brad finished his career scoring 1037 points with an average of 11.5 points per game and 700 rebounds with an average of 7.8 rebounds per game.   Brad earned Honorable Mention All-ORCC honors in 2007 and Second Team All-ORCC in 2009.  He was also named to the ORC State tournament team in 2008-09.

Brad was recognized by the ORCC for his academic excellence in 2009. He earned his Bachelor of Science in Education at Miami and his Master of Arts in Executive Leadership Studies at Gardner-Webb University.  Brad is the Athletic Director at Botkins Local schools and he and his wife Alisha live in Sydney with their seven-month-old daughter Gianna.

Pat Cook

Pat Cook

Basketball, 1993-1997

Pat Cook was a four year Men’s Basketball player. He helped lead the Warriors to three ORCC Championships and the 1994-95 State Championship.  While Pat was a solid offensive player, averaging 7 pts. and over 2 assists per game, he was known for his defense.  He always defended the opponents best player and on most occasions frustrating them and holding them below their average.  Pat was notorious for taking charges and remains the career leader with 55 charges taken. He was voted Honorable Mention all-ORCC in both the 96 & 97 seasons.

Pat received an Associate of Arts degree in Literature from Miami.  Pat has been employed with Harley Davidson for 17 years.  He has led his service department to a platinum level and built the motor that won the 2009 Daytona Bike Week Dyno Shootout.  Pat resides in London Kentucky with his wife Leila.

Phillip Dickerson

Philip Dickerson

Baseball, 2008-2011

Phil Dickerson, 2008-2011, was a four-year member of the baseball team. Phil was a standout athlete during his high school playing career and his ThunderHawk career.  During his Miami career, Phil is first with most at bats (438), most RBI’s (100) and most doubles (39).  He is second on the career list for most hits (146) and third for most runs scored (85).  Phil was voted 1st Team All-ORCC in 2008 and 2ndTeam All-ORCC in 2009, 10 and 11. 

Phil was recognized for his work in the classroom as well.   He earned Academic All-ORCC in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011 and the Scholar Athlete award for baseball in 2009 and 2010. He earned his associates degree in arts and his bachelor’s degree in integrative studies.   Phil currently works as a material handler where he trains forklift drivers. Phil lives in Middletown with his new bride, Krista.