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WELCOME TO K-STATE The K-State Athletics Hall of Fame process is an integral step in our vision of A Model Intercollegiate Athletics Program, and the pages within this b  ook showcase those who have been enshrined as the best of the best in K-State Athletics history.   Each of these inductees has made a lasting impact on K-State Athletics and Kansas State University, and I hope you enjoy our in-depth look at each class and our process. For more information on our hall of fame, or K-State Athletics in general, visit www.kstatesports.com. Go ‘Cats!

John Currie Director of Intercollegiate Athletics


HALL OF FAME HISTORY The idea for the Kansas State Athletics Hall of Fame was born in 1989, when thenathletic director Steve Miller conceived the notion of honoring those who have participated in the program with special distinction. In the spring prior to a standard induction year, a selection committee meets to consider all those nominated from various sources. A three-fourths vote of the selection committee is required for induction, with those receiving a majority of votes automatically being considered in the following induction cycle. There are three categories for consideration: former athletes, former coaches and administrators, and h  onorary nominees. For athletes to be considered, they must meet the following: • Be the recipient of at least one varsity letter. • Ten years must have passed since graduation of their class, as determined by the date of matriculation. • Have displayed outstanding achievement in intercollegiate athletics. • Shall possess or have possessed other qualifications that, in the opinion of the committee, makes such a person worthy of the award, such as outstanding sportsmanship, character or integrity, and be a person who has brought great distinction to the university. • Must have carried on the values of Kansas State University after graduation. For coaches and administrators to be considered, they must meet the following: • Have served a tenure of at least five years in the athletic department. • Have departed from the department for a period of at least five years. • Have made an outstanding contribution to the Kansas State athletic program. For honorary selection, candidates must meet the following: • Have made a truly exceptional contribution and service to the athletic department. For more information about the K-State Athletics Hall of Fame, please contact the K-State Athletics Communications Office at 785.532.6735.

IN MEMORY OF TAMI BORCK Tami Borck was lost in an auto accident in 1990 while she was a freshman at Kansas State University. The Kansas State University Athletics Hall of Fame is presented in her memory and for her love of K-State Athletics.


K-STATE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME CLASS OF 1990 ELDEN AUKER Baseball, Football, Men’s Basketball THANE BAKER Track & Field ERNIE BARRETT Men’s Basketball Administration BOB BOOZER Men’s Basketball LYNN DICKEY Football JACK GARDNER Men’s Basketball Coach WARD HAYLETT Track & Field Coach Football Coach VERYL SWITZER Football

1929-1932 1951-1953 1948-1951 1969-2007 1956-1959 1968-1970 1940-1942, 1946-1953 1928-1963 1942-1944 1951-1953

CLASS OF 1991 MIKE AHEARN Coach, Athletic Director FRED BRAMLAGE Honorary JIM COLBERT Men’s Golf RALPH GRAHAM Football Football Coach ELMER HACKNEY Football, Track & Field, Wrestling JACK HARTMAN Men’s Basketball Coach DEV NELSON Radio Voice Sports Information Director RAY WATSON Track & Field TEX WINTER Men’s Basketball Coach

1904-1946 1961-1964 1931-1933 1948-1950 1937-1940 1970-1986 1954-1979 1966-1972 1919-1921 1954-1968

CLASS OF 1995 CHARLES BACHMAN Football Coach ROLANDO BLACKMAN Men’s Basketball HENRY CRONKITE Football DELOSS DODDS Track & Field, Track & Field Coach, Athletic Director STEVE GROGAN Football PORKY MORGAN Athletic Trainer KEN SWENSON Track & Field JACK & DONNA VANIER Honorary

1920-1927 1977-1981 1929-1931 1963-1981 1972-1974 1951-1980 1968-1970

CLASS OF 1998 ALBERT “MONK” EDWARDS MIKE EVANS PRISCILLA GARY-SWEENEY KENNY HARRISON MITCH RICHMOND HOWARD SHANNON

Baseball, Football, Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Women’s Basketball Track & Field Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball

1925-1928 1974-1978 1982-1983 1984-1988 1986-1988 1947-1948

CLASS OF 2000 TERI ANDERSON-JORDAN Track & Field STEVE FRITZ Men’s Basketball, Track & Field VINCE GIBSON Football Coach FRANK GROVES Men’s Basketball GEORGE MADDOX Football BOB SNELL Faculty Athletic Representative GARY SPANI Football

1972-1976 1988-1991 1967-1974 1935-1937 1932-1934 1975-1999 1974-1977


CLASS OF 2003 JUDY AKERS Women’s Basketball Coach DICK KNOSTMAN Men’s Basketball LON KRUGER Men’s Basketball Men’s Basketball Coach FRED MERRILL, SR. Honorary CLARENCE SCOTT Football OREN STONER Football, Men’s Basketball, Track & Field JACQUE STRUCKHOFF Track & Field

1968-1979 1951-1953 1972-1974 1986-1990 1968-1970 1932-1935 1984-1988

CLASS OF 2004 LYNN HICKEY Women’s Basketball Coach DAN LANKAS Football JACK PARR Men’s Basketball DEB PIHL Track & Field HAROLD ROBINSON Football HOWARD SHERWOOD Honorary CRAIG WILSON Baseball

1979-1984 1964-1967 1955-1958 1980, 1983-1984 1949-1950 1989-1992

CLASS OF 2006 JEROME HOWE Cross Country, Track & Field ED NEALY Men’s Basketball IVAN RILEY Track & Field BOB & BETTY TOINTON Honorary GWEN WENTLAND-MIKINSKI Track & Field CHUCKIE WILLIAMS Men’s Basketball

1969-1972 1979-1982 1921-1923 1991-1995 1973-1976

CLASS OF 2008 BILL SNYDER DR. JON WEFALD

Football Coach University President

1989-2005, 2009-present 1986-2009

CLASS OF 2013 DR. RICHARD BAKER Honorary ROY DEWITZ Men’s Basketball YANA DORODNOVA Tennis LAUREN GOEHRING Volleyball JACK & JOANN GOLDSTEIN Honorary STEVE HENSON Men’s Basketball H.B. “BEBE” LEE Athletic Director JAIME MENDEZ Football TAMMIE ROMSTAD Women’s Basketball AUSTRA SKUJYTE Track & Field

1956-1958 1996-1998 2000-2003 1987-1990 1956-1968 1990-1993 1978-1982 2001-2002

CLASS OF 2016 STEVE ANSON Baseball MICHAEL BISHOP Football DAWN CADY Volleyball MARTIN GRAMATICA Football MITCH HOLTHUS Voice of the Wildcats DR. MAX MOSS Men’s Basketball NICOLE OHLDE Women’s Basketball SEAN SNYDER Football CONNIE TEABERRY Track & Field KENDRA WECKER Women’s Basketball

1973-1976 1997-1998 1996-1999 1994-1998 1984-1996 1961-1964 2000-2004 1991-1992 1989-1992 2001-2005


MIKE AHEARN INDUCTED 1991

Coach, Athletic Director 1904-1946

• Ahearn Field House namesake • Coached football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis & golf • Athletic Director

CHARLES BACHMAN INDUCTED 1995 Football Coach 1920-1927

• College Football Hall of Fame member • Coached K-State’s first All-American, Ray Hahn

1910

1900

IVAN RILEY

INDUCTED 2006 Track & Field 1921-1923

RAY WATSON INDUCTED 1991 Track & Field 1919-1921

• K-State’s first NCAA track champion • Dominant distance runner in the Missouri Valley Conference • Three-time Olympian

• Three-time All-American • NCAA Champion in the 110M hurdles • USA champion & Olympic bronze medalist in 400M hurdles


ALBERT “MONK” EDWARDS INDUCTED 1998

Baseball, Football, Men’s Basketball 1925-1928

• All-conference honoree in men’s basketball & football • Lettered in baseball, football and men’s basketball

WARD HAYLETT INDUCTED 1990

Track & Field Coach 1928-1963 Football Coach 1942-1944

• National Track & Field Hall of Fame member • Coached track & field at K-State for 35 years

1929

1920 ELDEN AUKER INDUCTED 1990

Baseball, Football, Men’s Basketball 1929-1932

• All-American in three sports:  baseball, football and men’s basketball • 10-year Major League Baseball career

HENRY CRONKITE INDUCTED 1995 Football 1929-1931

• Three-sport star in football, basketball and track & field • Football All-American in 1931 • Played in the NFL for the Chicago Cardinals


RALPH GRAHAM INDUCTED 1991

Football 1931-1933 Football Coach 1948-1950

GEORGE MADDOX INDUCTED 2000

• Three-time All-American and All-Big 6 selection • Held school’s career scoring record for more than 60 years

Football 1932-1934

• First-team All-American • Captain of the Big 6 Conference Title team in 1934

OREN STONER INDUCTED 2003

Football, Men’s Basketball, Track & Field 1932-1935

• Earned eight letters in three sports • All-Conference honors in football and basketball • Shuttle hurdle relay team set a world record at the Kansas Relays

1935

1930

1940

FRANK GROVES INDUCTED 2000 Men’s Basketball 1935-1937

• K-State’s second-ever All-American • All-Conference honors three years

ELMER HACKNEY INDUCTED 1991

Football, Track & Field, Wrestling 1937-1940

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Dominating three-sport athlete Two-time All-Big 6 selection in football Three-time Big 6 wrestling champion Two-time NCAA Track & Field Champion in the shot put


JACK GARDNER INDUCTED 1990

Men’s Basketball Coach 1940-1942, 1946-1953

• 10-time Hall of Fame inductee • Guided Wildcats to two Final Fours and 1951 National Championship game • Major force of Ahearn Field House construction

HOWARD SHANNON INDUCTED 1998 Men’s Basketball 1947-1948

• First K-Stater to earn Helms All-American honors • Led the Wildcats to the Final Four • Rookie-of-the-Year in the NBA

1945

1949

ERNIE BARRETT INDUCTED 1990

Men’s Basketball 1948-1951 Administration 1969-2007

• Mr. K-State • All-American basketball player • Served K-State nearly six decades in athletic administration

HAROLD ROBINSON INDUCTED 2004 Football 1949-1950

• Broke the color barrier for the Wildcats • First African-American in Big 7 to receive an athletic scholarship • All-Big 7 honors in 1950


THANE BAKER INDUCTED 1990 Track & Field 1951-1953

• Won 10 Big 8 titles • NCAA champion (200m in 1953) • Four-time Olympic medalist

DICK KNOSTMAN INDUCTED 2003 Men’s Basketball 1951-1953

• Two-time All-American and All-Big 7 first team • Member of the 1951 NCAA National Runner-Up team • Averaged 22.7 points per game in 1953

1951

1950

1952

PORKY MORGAN INDUCTED 1995 Athletic Trainer 1951-1980

• National Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame member • Served K-State for nearly three decades • “Porky Morgan Most Inspirational Player Award” namesake for Men’s Basketball

VERYL SWITZER INDUCTED 1990 Football 1951-1953

• Three-time All-American • Still ranks among program leaders in return yardage categories • Kansas Sports Hall of Fame member


DEV NELSON INDUCTED 1991

Radio Voice 1954-1979 Sports Info. Director 1966-1972

• “Voice of the Wildcats” for 26 years • Five-time Sportscaster of the Year recipient • West Stadium Center press level named in his honor

1953

THE FAN SUPPORT COMES TO MY MIND FIRST...WE HAD NOT ONLY OUTSTANDING BASKETBALL PLAYERS, BUT ALSO WONDERFUL PEOPLE. - TEX WINTER

1954

1955

TEX WINTER INDUCTED 1991

Men’s Basketball Coach 1954-1968

• Developed the Triple-Post Offense • Two Final Four appearances • Naismith Basketball Hall of Famer

JACK PARR

INDUCTED 2004 Men’s Basketball 1955-1958

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Two-time All-American 1958 Final Four team leader Three-time first-team All-Big 7 and Big 8 honors Career rebound per game average of 12.7


BOB BOOZER INDUCTED 1990 Men’s Basketball 1956-1959

• Two-time All-American • Two-time Big 8 Player of the Year • Olympic gold medalist and 11-year NBA veteran

ROY DEWITZ INDUCTED 2013 Men’s Basketball 1956-1958

• First-team All-Big 8 • Member of 1958 Final Four team

1958

1956

1960

H.B. “BEBE” LEE INDUCTED 2013 Athletic Director 1956-1968

• Instrumental in acquiring land for the  Athletic Complex • Oversaw six NCAA basketball tournament appearances and two Final Fours

JIM COLBERT INDUCTED 1991 Men’s Golf 1961-1964

• NCAA Championship runner-up in 1964 • Eight-time winner on the PGA tour • Colbert Hills Golf Course developer


I WILL CHERISH THIS HONOR FOR THE REST OF MY LIFE. - ROY DEWITZ

DR. MAX MOSS INDUCTED 2016 Men’s Basketball 1961-1964

• Helped the Wildcats to Big 8 titles in 1963 and 1964 • Captain of the 1964 Final Four team • Longtime contributor to Kansas State University and K-State Athletics

1962

1964

DELOSS DODDS INDUCTED 1995

Track & Field, Track & Field Coach, Athletic Director 1963-1981

• Big 8 track champion in two events • Coached track & field team to two Big 8 Indoor Championships • Four-year term as Athletic Director

DAN LANKAS

INDUCTED 2004 Football 1964-1967

• Two-time All-Big 8 selection • Two-year career tackle total of 358


VINCE GIBSON INDUCTED 2000 Football Coach 1967-1974

• Instrumental in the construction of KSU Stadium • Led K-State to its first-ever national ranking in 1969 • Led K-State to its first win over a ranked opponent in 1969

JUDY AKERS

INDUCTED 2003

Women’s Basketball Coach 1968-1979

• First women’s basketball coach in school history • Won two Big 8 Championships • School’s winningest women’s basketball coach (.687)

1967

1968

LYNN DICKEY INDUCTED 1990 Football 1968-1970

• Two-time All-Big 8 selection • All-Time Big 8 football team member • Member of Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

CLARENCE SCOTT INDUCTED 2003 Football 1968-1970

• 12 career interceptions • All-American cornerback • First round draft choice in NFL; played 13 seasons


KEN SWENSON INDUCTED 1995 Track & Field 1968-1970

• Won four NCAA Championships • Four-time All-American • 1972 Olympian

JEROME HOWE INDUCTED 2006

Cross Country, Track & Field 1969-1972

• Six-time All-American in Cross Country/Track & Field • Four Big 8 titles • NCAA champion (mile relay team 1971)

1969

1970

JACK HARTMAN INDUCTED 1991

Men’s Basketball Coach 1970-1986

• 1981 National Coach of the Year • Nine postseason appearances • Three Big 8 titles and two Big 8 tournament titles

THERE WERE A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES. YOU DON’T COACH ANYWHERE WITHOUT YOUR BEST MEMORIES BEING THAT OF YOUR STUDENT-ATHLETES THAT YOU COACHED. - JUDY AKERS


TERRY ANDERSON-JORDAN INDUCTED 2000 Track & Field 1972-1976

• First K-State female All-American • Won four Big 8 titles

STEVE GROGAN INDUCTED 1995 Football 1972-1974

• Still ranks among leaders in total offense and passing yards • Kansas Sports Hall of Fame member • 16-year NFL veteran with the New England Patriots

1973

1972 LON KRUGER

INDUCTED 2003

Men’s Basketball 1972-1974 Men’s Basketball Coach 1986-1990

• Two-time Big 8 Player of the Year • Two-time Academic All-American • Coached the Wildcats to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances

CHUCKIE WILLIAMS INDUCTED 2006 Men’s Basketball 1973-1976

• K-State All-Century team member • Two-time All-American • First round NBA draft choice


STEVE ANSON INDUCTED 2016 Baseball 1973-1976

• First team All-Big 8 in 1974 • Holds career record for triples (19) • Led Wildcats to a then-programrecord 31 wins in 1974

MIKE EVANS

INDUCTED 1998 Men’s Basketball 1974-1978

• • • •

1974

All-American in 1978 Three-time All-Big 8 honoree Two-time Big 8 Player of the Year NBA career spanned nine seasons

1975

GARY SPANI

INDUCTED 2000 Football 1974-1977

• School’s career tackle leader • Two-time All-American • Member of the College Football Hall of Fame • Played in the NFL for nine seasons

BOB SNELL

INDUCTED 2000

Faculty Athletic Representative 1975-1999

• Served 25 years as the faculty athletic representative • First chair of the Intercollegiate Athletic Council


ROLANDO BLACKMAN INDUCTED 1995 Men’s Basketball 1977-1981

• Two-time All-American • Big 8 Player of the Year in 1980 • 13-year NBA career

TAMMIE ROMSTAD INDUCTED 2013 Women’s Basketball 1978-1982

• Twice named finalist for the Wade Trophy • Over 1,500 career points • Led Wildcats to first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance

1976

1978

1980

LYNN HICKEY

INDUCTED 2004

Women’s Basketball Coach 1979-1984

• Two Big 8 Conference titles and a Big 8 Tournament Championship • Won 125 games in 5 seasons • Elite Eight and two Sweet 16’s in NCAA tournament

ED NEALY

INDUCTED 2006 Men’s Basketball 1979-1982

DEB PHIL

INDUCTED 2004 Track & Field 1980, 1983-1984

• 1984 Big 8 Female Athlete of the Year • Four-time NCAA All-American • Still currently holds indoor mile and outdoor 3000M marks

• Only Wildcat with 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds for a career • All-American and Academic All-American his senior year • 11-year NBA career including two NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls


PRISCILLA GARY-SWEENEY INDUCTED 1998 Women’s Basketball 1982-1983

• K-State’s first Kodak All-American • First team All-Big 8 selection • Member of two Big 8 title teams

KENNY HARRISON INDUCTED 1998 Track & Field 1984-1988

1982

• 11-time All-American and 16-time Big 8 Champion • Won three NCAA championships in long jump & triple jump • 1996 Olympic gold medalist

1984

JACQUE STRUCKHOFF INDUCTED 2003 Track & Field 1984-1988

• Four-time All-American in Track & Field; twice in Cross Country • Eight career conference titles • Three-time Academic All-American

MITCH HOLTHUS INDUCTED 2016 Voice of the Wildcats 1984-1996

• Eight-time Kansas Sportscaster of the Year • Member of the Kansas Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame • Known for his “Big, Big, Big, Big, Big” victory calls of K-State Football and Basketball


MITCH RICHMOND INDUCTED 1998 Men’s Basketball 1986-1988

• • • •

All-American in 1988 Olympic gold medalist and 14-year NBA career Six-time NBA All-Star Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Inductee

DR. JON WEFALD INDUCTED 2008 University President 1986-2009

1987

1986

• At the helm for the “Miracle in Manhattan” • Key player in the formation of the Big 12 Conference • Instrumental in the hiring of Bill Snyder in 1989

1988

STEVE HENSON INDUCTED 2013 Men’s Basketball 1987-1990

• Member of K-State’s 10-man All-Century team • Broke 21 school records and was Top 10 in 41 statistical categories • Played six seasons in the NBA

STEVE FRITZ

INDUCTED 2000

Track & Field, Men’s Basketball 1988-1991

• Two-time NCAA All-American Decathlete • Two-time Big 8 Champion in the decathlon • Lettered twice in basketball


BILL SNYDER

INDUCTED 2008

Football Coach 1989-2005, 2009-Present

• • • • •

Architect of the “Greatest Turnaroundin College Football History” Five-time National Coach of the Year Has led K-State to two No. 1 national rankings Two Big 12 titles Fourth person in the history of college football to be inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame as an active coach

CRAIG WILSON INDUCTED 2004 Baseball 1989-1992

1989

• First consensus All-American in baseball • Big 8 Player of the Year • Still ranks among leaders in multiple statistics • Played for the Chicago White Sox

1990

CONNIE TEABERRY INDUCTED 2016 Track & Field 1989-1992

• Six-time All-American in the high jump • Two-time Big 8 Indoor High Jump Champion • Competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics

JAIME MENDEZ INDUCTED 2013 Football 1990-1993

• First-team All-American • Jim Thorpe award semifinalist • Four-time All-Big 8 honoree


FRED BRAMLAGE INDUCTED 1991 Honorary

• Lead gift and family name for Bramlage Coliseum • Kansan of the Year in 1998

GWEN WENTLAND-MIKINSKI INDUCTED 2006 Track & Field 1991-1995

• Eight-time All-American • USA Indoor High Jump Champion in 1995 • Three NCAA Championship wins

1991

1993

SEAN SNYDER INDUCTED 2016 Football 1991-1992

• 1992 Consensus All-American • Holds records for punting yardage (3,572) and average (44.65) in a season • Two-time First Team All-Big 8

MARTIN GRAMATICA INDUCTED 2016 Football 1994-1998

• 1997 Lou Groza award winner • Two-time First-Team All-American • Set NCAA kicking record for scoring with 135 points


JACK & DONNA VANIER INDUCTED 1995 Honorary

• Vanier Complex named in their honor • Four decades of loyal K-State support • Major contributors for many K-State facilities

YANA DORODNOVA INDUCTED 2013 Tennis 1996-1998

• ITA All-American • Quarterfinalist, NCAA Division I Singles Championship • Two-time All-Big 12 in singles and doubles

1995

1997

DAWN CADY

INDUCTED 2016 Volleyball 1996-1999

• AVCA All-American • Led K-State to first NCAA tournament in 1996 • One of five K-State players with over 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs

MICHAEL BISHOP INDUCTED 2016 Football 1997-1998

• 1998 Davey O’Brien award winner and Heisman Trophy runner-up • Led K-State to first No. 1 national ranking and first Big 12 North title • Set 34 school records in two seasons


LAUREN GOEHRING INDUCTED 2013 Volleyball 2000-2003

AUSTRA SKUJYTE

• First K-State First-Team All-American • Two-time All-Big 12 selection • 2003 Big 12 Player of the Year

INDUCTED 2013 Track & Field 2001-2002

NICOLE OHLDE INDUCTED 2016

• Four-time All-American • Twice named Big 12 Performer of the Year • Olympic silver medalist in the heptathlon

Women’s Basketball 2000-2004

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Two-time Consensus First-Team All-American Two-time Big 12 Player of the Year 2004 Big 12 Female Athlete of the Year No. 6 overall pick in the 2004 WNBA draft

2000

2005

KENDRA WECKER INDUCTED 2016 Women’s Basketball 2001-2005

• Three-time All-American • Holds school records for career scoring (2,333) and rebounding (1,087) • First Wildcat to record 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in a career • Selected No. 4 overall in the 2005 WNBA draft

FRED MERRILL SR. INDUCTED 2003 Honorary

• Loyal contributor to K-State Athletics facilities • Projects included Tointon Family Stadium, Colbert Hills Golf Course and the West Stadium Center


HOWARD SHERWOOD INDUCTED 2004 Honorary

• Benefactor to K-State Athletics since 1971 • Support for Colbert Hills Golf Course, Bill Snyder Family Stadium and Tointon Family Stadium

BOB & BETTY TOINTON INDUCTED 2006 Honorary

• Principal benefactors for baseball’s Tointon Family Stadium • KSU Foundation Trustees

2010

2015

DR. RICHARD BAKER INDUCTED 2013 Honorary

• Pioneer of K-State Athletics sports medicine • Served as team physician from 1979-2002

JACK & JOANN GOLDSTEIN INDUCTED 2013 Honorary

• Five decades of athletic support • Projects assisted include Bramlage  Coliseum, Vanier Complex and Ice Family Basketball Center


K-STATE ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME MIKE AHEARN JUDY AKERS TERI ANDERSON-JORDAN STEVE ANSON ELDEN AUKER CHARLES BACHMAN DR. RICHARD BAKER THANE BAKER ERNIE BARRETT MICHAEL BISHOP ROLANDO BLACKMAN BOB BOOZER FRED BRAMLAGE DAWN CADY JIM COLBERT HENRY CRONKITE ROY DEWITZ LYNN DICKEY DELOSS DODDS YANA DORODNOVA ALBERT “MONK” EDWARDS MIKE EVANS STEVE FRITZ JACK GARDNER PRISCILLA GARY-SWEENEY VINCE GIBSON LAUREN GOEHRING JACK AND JOANN GOLDSTEIN RALPH GRAHAM MARTIN GRAMATICA STEVE GROGAN FRANK GROVES ELMER HACKNEY KENNY HARRISON JACK HARTMAN WARD HAYLETT STEVE HENSON LYNN HICKEY MITCH HOLTHUS JEROME HOWE

DICK KNOSTMAN LON KRUGER DAN LANKAS H.B. “BEBE” LEE GEORGE MADDOX JAMIE MENDEZ FRED MERRILL SR. PORKY MORGAN MAX MOSS ED NEALY DEV NELSON NICOLE OHLDE JACK PARR DEB PIHL MITCH RICHMOND IVAN RILEY HAROLD ROBINSON TAMMIE ROMSTAD CLARENCE SCOTT HOWARD SHANNON HOWARD SHERWOOD AUSTRA SKUJYTE BOB SNELL BILL SNYDER SEAN SNYDER GARY SPANI OREN STONER JACQUE STRUCKHOFF KEN SWENSON VERYL SWITZER CONNIE TEABERRY BOB AND BETTY TOINTON JACK AND DONNA VANIER RAY WATSON KENDRA WECKER DR. JON WEFALD GWEN WENTLAND-MIKINSKI CHUCKIE WILLIAMS CRAIG WILSON TEX WINTER


CLASS OF 1990

CLASS OF 2004

CLASS OF 2013

CLASS OF 2016



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