Nichole Geitner-Bean is one of the best female athletes in school history. She was a 3-sport athlete who was easily one of the best athletes in the area during her athletic career. On the soccer field, she was the team captain and an outstanding goalie over a 3 year period. During her senior year in 1991, she was named a Livingston County All-Star and also to the Exceptional Senior game in soccer. However, it was in the sports of both indoor and outdoor track where her talents really shined. She was an extremely dominant force in these sports beginning in 7th grade and continued this dominance right through her senior season in 1992. As only a 7th grader in 1987, she set the school record in outdoor track for total points in a season. Each and every year after that until 1991, she broke her own record placing her at the top of the list upon graduation with a total of 346 points during that 1991 season. Still to today, her single season point totals of 346, 342, and 301 rank her 2nd, 3rd, and 8th best respectively in school history. As only a sophomore, she became the first female in Mt. Morris history to compete in a state championship athletic event. Even more impressive is that she went to the state championship twice that school year. She qualified and competed in the high jump during the indoor season and also during the outdoor season where she finished 10th in the state. Her outdoor track season in 1990 may have been her all around best. She finished that year by winning a Section V, Class D title in 4 different events – the 100 meter run, the 200 meter run, the High Jump, and the 4X400 Relay. In that year, she set the school record in the high jump at 5’4” which is still the school record today. Her efforts in 1990 helped lead the girl’s team to win both the Livingston County and Section V, Class D Championship. Her dominance was clearly seen for several years as she was the Section V, Class D Champion in the high jump for three consecutive years – 1990, 1991, and 1992. She was also the Section V, Class D Champion in the 100 meter run for 2 consecutive years – 1990 and 1991. She added another sectional title in 1992 in the 100 meter hurdles. Her final total of 8 Individual Sectional titles in outdoor track and 2 more in indoor track is a phenomenal feat. Still to this day, she holds 5 individual school records in indoor track and is a member of 2 relay teams that also hold school records.