A hall of fame is a type of attraction established for any field of endeavor to honor individuals of noteworthy achievement in that field. In the case of the Norwood High School Athletic Hall of Fame, we honor the great athletic achievements of our graduates during their four years of school. Among the greatest achievements in the history of our school were the two individual state titles won by Chad Kincaid. He was the 1995 Ohio Cross-Country champion and in 1996 won the State Championship in the 3200m run. This makes him the most decorated state champion in the history of Norwood Athletics and these accomplishments should be celebrated in our hall of fame. It is easy to overlook and minimize these accomplishments because they occurred in sports that don't enjoy the acclaim and exposure of higher profile athletics such as football, basketball, and baseball. But they are just as impressive none the less. They deserve to be recognized. We respectfully request that the committee members of the Norwood Athletic Hall of Fame take these impressive accomplishments, as well as desire of the Norwood community and alumni into account and nominate Chad Kincaid for inclusion into the Hall of Fame.