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Kelly (Roberts) Tuttle


Kelly (Roberts) Tuttle

HHS Class of 2011


Kelly Roberts is a 2011 graduate of Heath High School and was a three sport athlete during her time as a Bulldog.  Kelly was a 12 time letterwinner, lettering in volleyball, basketball, and track all four years at Heath.


Kelly is the only athlete in Heath High School history, male or female, to be named the Number one Columbus Dispatch Scholar Athlete of the Year for Central Ohio for all divisions.


Kelly was named All Ohio in volleyball after her Senior year. She was First Team All District two times and First Team All MSL twice.  Kelly helped lead the Lady Dogs to three District Championships and one Mid State Ohio League championship in her four years at Heath.  Kelly lead Heath in kills for three consecutive years and was among the top on the team for serving, digs, and blocks each year.


In basketball, Kelly holds two of the top six single season rebounding totals and ranks number 3 all-time in career rebounds.  In addition, she holds the Heath  single game record for rebounds with 24.  Kelly helped lead Heath to three District Championship games and one Mid State League Ohio championship.


Kelly was a six time Mid State Ohio League champion in track with championships in the 4×100 and 4×200 relays her sophomore year, 4×200 relay her junior year, and the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles as well as the 4×200 meter relay her senior year.  She helped lead the Lady Dogs to an MSL Ohio Championship in 2010.  She was an eight time regional qualifier and a five time regional finalist in track.


After graduating from Heath, Kelly continued her volleyball career at Anderson University near Indianapolis, where she started for the Ravens both years she played.  She was among the team leaders in kills, hitting percentage, digs, and serving.  She broke the AU school record for serving accuracy for a single season.  After two years, she transferred to Indiana Wesleyan University, where as a senior she served as the Assistant Volleyball Coach and helped lead the Wildcats to the final round of the NCAA Tournament.


Kelly graduated from IWU and now lives in Hilliard with  her husband Jordan, her cat Meeka, and her dog Finn.  She is a Financial  Planner and works in the Arena District n Columbus.   Kelly is the third member of her family to be inducted into the HHS Hall of Fame following her brother Aaron and her father Jim.

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