April 15, 2015: Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, 25, was found guilty of first-degree murder. He was first charged with killing his fiancé's sister's boyfriend, Odin Lloyd , 27, in 2013. According to the prosecution, Hernandez and two other men picked up Lloyd at his home, drove him to a secluded industrial park, and shot him six times. They never presented a possible motive for the murder, nor did they find a murder weapon or any witnesses, yet they were still able to convince a jury that Hernandez had orchestrated the killing. Security video from his home showed Hernandez holding a gun just a few minutes after Lloyd was killed.
Marley Kalata, Avon (Cincinnati); Hillary Mihalik, Avon (Ashland); Olivia Siko, Avon Lake (Toledo); Mila Zunich, Avon Lake (Wooster); Megan Garrity, Bay (Pace); Maddie Holmes, Bay (Kent State); Alex Hoffman, Bay (Hartford); Kate Dannemiller, Bay (Denison); Keely Malone, Chagrin Falls (Mount Union); Sophia Barnes, Buckeye (Bowling Green); McKenzie Ernie, Buckeye (Keuka College); Cassidy Baker, Chardon (Edinboro); Melanie Critzer, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Roberts Wesleyan); Sarah Tomich , Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Wheaton); Jaya Wilson, Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Texas Southern)—will also run track; Lindsey Ahbe, Green (Findlay); Hannah Nichols, Green (Grand Canyon); Lexi Neal, Kenston (Youngstown State); Tessa Osborne, Lake Catholic (Eastern Michigan); Regina Ploplis, Lake Catholic (Youngstown State); Sammy Salatino, Lake Catholic (Youngstown State); Ellie Frania, Madison (Edinboro) ; Paige Casto, Magnificat (Bowling Green State University); Maggie Fragapane, Magnificat (Edinboro University); Maria Gerace, Magnificat (Loyola University of Chicago); Molly Lawrence, Magnificat (Wright State University); Hannah Lee, Magnificat (Ashland University); Shannon McIntyre, Magnificat (Slippery Rock University); Courtney Favazzo, Mayfield (Ohio Northern); Kristen Funk, Mentor (Lake Erie College), Bella Futchi, Mentor (Youngstown State); Sidney Riemer, Midview (Lewis University); Kaitlin Roemer, Midview (Ursuline); Delaney Masteller, Nordonia (University of Findlay); Jackie Clegg, North Royalton (Ashland); Keeley Malley, North Royalton (Malone); Emily Mark, North Royalton, (Ashland); Skyelar Alstadt, Olmsted Falls (Edinboro); Brittany Chapman, Olmsted Falls (Mount Union); Lexi Gomez, Olmsted Falls (University of Illinois-Chicago); Natalie Freno, Wadsworth (Malone University)
On Sept. 3, 1985, Paul O'Neill made his debut for the Reds, cracking a single in his first bat. He went on to collect 2,107 hits, 281 home runs and 1,269 RBI, along with a career .288 batting average. While his numbers aren't quite as gaudy as some of the other major leaguers on this list, O'Neill played with a passion unmatched by most. He could often be seen taking out his frustration on water coolers in the dugout and was labeled as a "warrior" by George Steinbrenner. And don't forget, he's also a five-time All-Star and World Series champion (four with the Yankees, one with the Reds).