MARY LOU STEPHENS
Stephens graduated from Roff in 1955. She played both basketball and softball before a knee injury forced her to miss her senior season. Stephens has been a loyal fan at all Roff sporting events since her playing days ended, which spans 58-plus years. While in attendance at Roff athletic events, Stephens has been able to watch younger siblings, children and great grandchildren play. The well-known Roff resident can now be seen at Roff games holding great grandchildren.
Hoover, an Ada High graduate, coached the Roff Tigers from 1966 to 1971. He was the coach of the first two state championship teams at Roff in 1968. Hoover is believed to be the only coach (or at least one of the select few) who have won state championships in basketball and baseball during the same year. He later became a school administrator at Butner, Burlington and Latta. Hoover has received numerous honors as both a coach and school administrator. He is now retired and still lives in Ada.
Scroggins graduated from Roff in 1964. She played basketball for Jimmy Freeman and Sam Taylor and was on the state tournament team of 1963. She was named an All-State forward and played in the inaugural girls basketball All-State game at Lindsay. Scroggins has the honor of being one of the first All-Staters in the history of Roff school. Scroggins resides in Oklahoma City.
Teel also graduated from Roff in 1964 and played for Jimmy Freeman and Sam Taylor. Teel joined Scroggins on the 1963 state tournament team. Teel, who resides in Pauls Valley, was an All-State guard and also played in the first-ever All-State girls basketball game at Lindsay. She has the honor of being one of the first All-Staters in the history of Roff school.