Hopkins High School to Induct 4 to Athletic Hall of Fame

March 05, 2013
Four former student/athletes will be inducted in to the Hopkins Athletic Hall of Fame on Sunday, March 17. The ceremony will be held in the Hopkins High School Auditorium at 1:00pm with a reception in the Main Dining Hall immediately after. Admission is free and the event and reception are open to the public. Please join us while we recognize and celebrate these four outstanding alumni.

The inductees are:

Gary Hoehn (1963) - Hoehn was the first individual state champion in wrestling at Hopkins, and then won another individual and team title the following year. Hoehn earned varsity letters in football and lacrosse in the US Military Prep School, and went on to play football and wrestle at the University of North Dakota.

Colleen Flaherty (Manchester) (1998) - Colleen is one of the most decorated athletes in Hopkins history, earning 17 varsity letters and also graduated #1 in her class in 1998. She went on to run cross-country and track at Stanford University where she eventually earned her PhD in Economics.

Tammy Brandt (Stanius) (1991) - Tammy was a varsity standout in soccer, basketball and softball at Hopkins in the late 80's and early 90's, earning All-State honors in soccer and softball. She went on to UW-Eau Claire and earned All-America honors in both sports at the collegiate level.

Mike Lehan (1998) - Lehan was a star in both track and football at Hopkins, where he still holds the long jump record. He was an All-state and all-metro football player and went on to be a 4-year starting defensive back at the University of Minnesota. He played six seasons in the NFL and is currently assistant principal at Harding HS in St. Paul.

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