The New Richmond High School Sports Hall of Fame grew by four following the induction of the class of 2008.
Jack Tucker (class of 1976) lettered in golf, basketball, and tennis. He was a Clermont County League all-star in each sport. He was captain of the basketball and tennis teams his senior year, the same year he led the Lions in scoring and free throw percentage on the hardwood. He was voted the most valuable player in tennis as a senior when he played first singles. He went on to play basketball and tennis at Georgetown (Ky.) College where he was a Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champion in tennis. Outside of athletics, he was a involved in school plays and was a member of the National Honor Society, Troubadours, freshmen chorus, academic team, Spanish Club, and Spanish Honor Society. Academically, he was fourth in his graduating class.