CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2015 INDUCTEES
Marty Mooney (’02) | Football and Baseball
Marty Mooney played quarterback in 37 varsity games from 1999-2001, compiling a 31-6 record while starting in 35 of those games. He was a three-time GCL champion, regional champion and state runner-up as a senior. Marty was first team all-GCL and honorable mention all-city and all-district as a junior.
As a senior, he was first team all-city and all-GCL. He was a Finalist for the Dick Butkus Football Network Player of the year and was named Enquirer prep football player of the year. Mooney still leads St. Xavier in career TD passes (71), completions (422), attempts (754), yards gained (6,533) and plays (906). Single-season records include completion percentage (58.8) and touchdown passes (29). He also holds individual game records for touchdowns thrown (5), completion percentage and the longest pass play in school history with a 99-yard throw. In baseball, Marty was first team all-GCL as a designated hitter and a pitcher with a 2.63 ERA and a .338 batting average. Marty attended Yale for one year, but transferred to the University of Notre Dame in the fall of 2003. He made the football team as a walk-on and appeared in two games at quarterback in 2005.
Kyle Ralph (’02) | Football and Track
In football Kyle Ralph was a three year varsity starter on the offensive line and was named co-captain his senior year. In that time the St. Xavier Bomber teams went a combined 34-6 with two GCL Championships and a state runner-up finish his senior year. As a junior, Kyle was named 2nd team GCL. His senior year, he was 1st Team GCL, GCL Lineman of the Year, 1st Team All-City, 1st Team All-State and named to the 1st Team All-Midwest by Rivals.com. In track and field, Kyle was a three year varsity letterman. He is currently ranked 6th in school history in the discus and holds the St. Xavier shot put record with a throw of 52 8 1⁄2. He was a two-time GCL and District champion in the shot put. He qualified for the State Meet in the Shot Put senior year, was named team captain and won St. Xavier Most Valuable Field Athlete. He was ranked as one of the Top 25 Offensive Line prospects in the nation (Rivals.com) and ranked as the #1 Offensive Lineman in Ohio. Kyle accepted a football scholarship at the University of North Carolina. Once at North Carolina, he started on the offensive line as a true freshman. He allowed only one sack in his entire career. He played in 40 consecutive games and was named to the 1st Team All ACC Freshman. His junior and senior year he earned 1st team All ACC honors. He was a pre-season 2nd team All-American his senior year and a post season 3rd team All-American honors. He was University of North Carolina MVP his senior year and ACC Lineman of the year. Kyle is a teacher and the Head Football Coach at New Palestine High School in New Palestine, IN.
Kyle Voska (’94) | Golf
Kyle Voska is remembered as possibly the be the best golfer in St. Xavier history. Voska competed on the 1992 and 1993 varsity squads that earned many accolades: 2 GCL titles, 2 Sectional titles, 2 District titles, a runner-up state finish and a 4th place state finish. In his senior year, Kyle posted the lowest state total in St. Xavier history: 77 + 73 = 150, a record that still stands today. Kyle then accepted a golf scholarship to Miami University where, in 1998, he earned Miami University Athlete of the Year, Mid-American Conference Player of the Year and Sportsman of the Year, was 2nd Team All-American and placed 11th as an individual in the NCAA Championships. Also in 1998, Kyle led the NCAA in lowest scoring average on Par 3s and had the 7th lowest overall scoring average. Kyle was inducted to Miami University’s Hall of Fame Class of 2013. Outside the college ranks Kyle was the 1998 Ohio Amateur Runner-up and won the Cincinnati Metropolitan Championship back to back in 1997 and 1998. Kyle has won 44 professional tournaments. He was the 2009 and 2010 Ohio PGA Section Player of the Year. Kyle competed in the 2000 PGA Tour Buick Open and has had a low competitive round of 62 three times.
Johnny Wolf (’05) | Basketball
Johnny Wolf could be considered the best basketball player to come through St. Xavier in the last 30 years. He was a three-time 1St Team GCL player and named GCL Player of the Year as a senior. He was named as the 2004-05 Associated Press Division I Co-Player of the Year for the State of Ohio and the Cincinnati Enquirer Division I Player of the Year following a tremendous senior season. Johnny averaged 22.7 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.2 assists while leading St. X to a 21-6 record and state runner-up finish as a senior. He scored the Bombers’ final 17 points and 17 of the team’s 19-point total for the entire half in the second half of St. X’s 43-41 win over Moeller in the state semifinals.Johnny also led the St. X Bombers to a Co-Championship of the Greater Catholic League South. He left his mark on the St. Xavier High School record book, breaking numerous school records, including the career scoring record (1,452 career points) that had stood for almost 50 years. Johnny then went on to play basketball at Xavier University where he started the last eight games as a freshman, including the NCAA Tournament game against Gonzaga averaging 8.1 points, 2.8 rebounds and 2.6 assists in 29.6 minutes per game as a starter. Johnny transferred after his sophomore year at Xavier to play at UNC-Wilmington.