Hall of Fame Inductees

We are pleased to announce the inductees who will comprise the 2018-2019 class of the Eatonville Athletic Hall of Fame.

JIM COX

1986

FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL


Jim Cox was an outstanding three sport athlete of the mid 1980s. He was four-year letterman in football and baseball and a three-year letterman in basketball.

Jim was a three-year starter in football. In his junior year Jim was a first team all-league punter and a co-captain. In his senior year Jim was a captain of the 1985 state championship team. In the quarter-finals he caught two touchdown passes and kicked a field goal as Eatonville defeated previously undefeated Lynden to move into the semi-finals. He was honored by the Nisqually League as the first team punter as well as the first team tight end and linebacker. He was chosen to the all-state first team as a tight end.

In basketball Jim was also a three-year starter and a two-year captain. He played in two state tournaments and was an honorable mention all-league selection in both his junior and senior years.

In baseball Jim was a four-year starter and once again a team captain as a junior and senior. He was selected to the all-league first team outfield as a freshman and a sophomore and then chosen to the all-league first team as a first baseman as a junior and a senior.

Following high school, Jim played two years of football at Wenatchee Valley Community College as a linebacker and tight end.

Jim currently lives in Eatonville with his wife Chris. He has three children, Samantha, Hannah, and Kyle. He is currently employed by Knight Transport of Auburn as a fleet manager.



MICKEY MORROW

1953

FOOTBALL, BASKETBALL, BASEBALL


Mickey Morrow was an outstanding three sport athlete of the early 1950s. He was a two-year letterman in football and a four-year letterman in basketball and baseball.

Although statistics for his football and baseball career were not available, much is known about his basketball career. Mickey was the leading rebounder and third leading scorer on the 1951-52 basketball team that won Pierce County League and district championships and finished second in the State Class B State tournament .

The following year he was the leading rebounder and leading scorer for a Cruiser team that finished second in league and was the fifth place team in the State Class B State Tournament. Morrow was an honorable mention for the all-state team.