Oxford Wall of Fame
09/18/2013 04:07PM ● Published by ACL
Meghan Tait, class of 2008 and Kimberly Vaugan Stout, class of 1996 will be two of the six honored guests at the 13th annual Oxford Area High School Sports Wall of Fame Banquet on Monday, Oct. 14.
Meghan Tait earned ten varsity letters at Oxford during her high school career. She was MVP in field hockey and was selected second team all Chesmont, awarded first team all Ches-Mont in basketball and again MVP at Oxford. After playing softball for three years she was again selected second team all Ches-Mont.
Tait furthered her athletic career at Washington College, where she was an outstanding basketball player. Among her accomplishments at Washington, she was first in free throws made, first in percentage of three-point baskets made and first in career assists – third in the history of the Centennial Conference.
Kim Vaugan Stout received eight varsity letters at Oxford. She was selected team captain in field hockey, co-captain in basketball, and many awards in track and field. She held meet records in shot put in performances at SCCL relays, Chichester relays and Solanco Invitational. During her senior year she received the Chester County PRESS Sports Editor Award in Track and Field.
Vaugan Stout continued her athletic career at Division I Monmouth University. While attending that Northeast Conference school, she was the starting goalie for Monmouth's first year of field hockey and was co-captain of defense the following year.
Once again she set school records in shot put while participating in the Harvard Invitational, Seton Hall and Jaspar Relays. She still holds Monmouth University records for freshman shot put, shot put relay and weight relay.
The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria with a dessert serving and a chance to meet this year's award recipients. At 7:30 p.m. the awards will be handed out in the auditorium. Admission is free and the public is invited to attend. More information about other inductees will appear in next week's Chester County PRESS.