TriCounty Renee Heiken, now a Senior at Metamora High School, is one of the state's and nation's top young golfers. She continued her victory March in 1989, winning the Peoria Women's City title for the third time, as well as the State High School and State Junior Championships.
Perhaps no one has won more championships in golf at such a young age as Renee. That she will be one of the brightest coming stars in golf is a safe prediction.
The youngest Peoria Women's City Champion ever at 15, Renee's conquests have been many including the Illinois Big "I" State Championships, four Illinois PGA State Junior Girls Championships, National PGA Junior Qualifying Tournaments, IHSA Girls State Golf Titles, and numerous other IHSA Regional and Sectional Titles; plus, she also qualified for the Women's State Amateur and was a semi-finalist.
A third time selection as a Tri-County Sports Figure, Renee was named to the American Junior Golf Association's Rolex All-American Team, and she was recently named to Golf Magazine's 10-Women All-American team for the second consecutive year.
Renee Heiken, now a Senior at Metamora High School, is one of the state's and nation's top young golfers. She continued her victory March in 1989, winning the Peoria Women's City title for the third time, as well as the State High School and State Junior Championships.
Scotty Sullivan was a two-time selection for the All-Conference Football and Baseball Teams while at Woodruff High School. In football, he was a running back, linebacker, and place-kicker. At Bradley University, he was a co-captain of the Braves football team in 1959. He batted .315 for his BU baseball career, and led the team in stolen bases in 1959 and 1960. He helped the Braves win the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in 1959 and secure a spot in the NCAA tournament. Scotty was a three-year letterman in both baseball and football at BU. He was inducted into Bradley’s Hall of Fame in 1965 for his accomplishments in the 2 sports. Just as notable, he officiated high school and small college football for 32 years and worked one state high school championship game among his numerous playoff assignments. Scotty has served on GPSHOF Board of Directors since 2000.