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South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame

South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame



The South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame was launched May 26, 2011. This presentation will run on a TV set.

The South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame was launched May 26, 2011. This presentation will run on a TV set.



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    South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame South Eugene High School Athletics Hall of Fame Presentation Transcript

    • South Eugene Hall of Fame Class of 2011
      John Beckett Don Jackson
      Charles Warren Casey Martin
      Karen Meats Katy Polansky
      Cindy Marks Rahm Nate Jaqua
      Craig Brigham Bill McChesney
      Randy Robinson 1971 Men’s Track Team
      1987 Women’s Basketball
    • Nate Jaqua
    • Nate JaquaClass of 2000
      • Four-year letter winner
      • All-league 1997, 1998, 1999
      • First Team All-State 1998, 1999
      • State Player of The Year 1998, 1999
      • Set all-time career scoring record at SE with 91 goals
      • Member of state championship team, 1998
      • University of Portland 2000-2002
      • All-American in 2001 and 2002
      • All WCC 1st Team 2001 and 2002
      • WCC All Academic 2001 and 2002
      • MVP of team and led team in goals and assist 2001 and 2002
      • Current Member of the Seattle Sounders FC
    • Nate Jaqua
    • John BeckettClass of 1912
      Only person to captain two different football teams in the Rose Bowl (Marines and Oregon) and won both.
      Served 50 years in the Marines
      Inducted into College Football Hall of Fame 1972
      Inducted into University of Oregon Hall of FameFame 1992
    • Charles Warren
    • Charles WarrenClass of 1958
      • Nine Varsity letters in 3 years, 1956, ‘57, and ‘58
      • First team all state basketball
      • Second team all state football
      • SEHS All-time basketball scoring record
      • 1958 High School Basketball All-American
      • 1958 High School Football Honorable Mention All-American
      • Set U of O All Time Scoring Record
      • Drafted by the Philadelphia Warriors in 1962
      • U of O, State of Oregon and Pac 10 Hall of Fame
    • Charles Warren
    • Katy Polansky
    • Katy PolanskyClass of 2000
      • Sixth place finish in the 2000 Olympic Trials as a high school senior
      • Four-time High School All-American
      • Four-time USATF All-American
      • Junior Pan-American Champion 1999
      • Edinburgh Games Champion 2001
      • Three-time Golden West Champion ’97,’99,’00
      • Two-time Junior National Champion (at 15 was the youngest winner ever at the time)
      • Two-time Junior National Runner-up
      • Three time Oregon Gatorade Track and Field Woman of the year
      • Member of six USA Junior National Track Teams
      • Two-time State Champion
      • Four-time District Champion
    • Bill McChesney
    • Bill McChesneyClass of 1976
      1st place at State High School Cross Country Championships ‘74, ‘75, ‘76
      State Champion in two-mile ‘75, ‘76, ‘77(state record)
      National record holder four-mile relay ‘76, ’77
      Member of State Champion Cross Country team ‘74-’76
      Member of State Champion Track & Field team ‘74-’76
      U of O School record holder in 5,000 and 10,000
      Four-time NCAA All-American
      Ranked 1st in the nation and 4th in the world in 5,000 in 1981
      Member of 1977 NCAA Cross Country National Championship team
    • Bill McChesney
    • Casey Martin
    • Casey MartinClass of 1990
      State Champion 1989
      Three-time All-Conference
      Jr. World Championship runner-up 1989
      Two-time All-American at Stanford
      Member of 1994 National Championship team
      Turned professional in 1998
      Won Nike Lakeland Classic, 1998
      Ben Hogan Award Winner 1998
      University of Oregon Golf Coach
      Pac-10 Coach of The Year 2010
    • Casey Martin
    • Randy Robinson
    • Randy RobinsonClass of 1973
      State Wrestling Champion in 1973.
      Wrestled at the U of O from 1974-’77
      Inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame (Oregon Chapter) in 2007.
      Competed in the 1975 Jr. World Greco Roman tournament held in Bulgaria.
    • Randy Robinson
    • Cindy Marks Rahm
    • Cindy Marks RahmClass of 1971
      4-time High School All-American (first high school woman to do this)
      State Championships #1st (freshman, junior, and senior year), #2nd (sophomore year).
      First Oregon Woman to break 400 points.
      Oregon AAU Outstanding athlete (1968).
      Competed in 6 National Championships during high school.
      At the U of O, she competed in 4 National Championships.
      While attending the U of O, she was the coach of the South Eugene boys and girls diving teams.
    • Cindy Marks Rahm
    • 1987 Women’s Basketball
    • 1987 Women’s Basketball
      Defeated #1 ranked Oregon City for 1987 State Championship
      Record of 25-1
      Ranked #2 entering tournament
      Went 49-2 over two years
      Offense averaged 66 points per game
      Defense gave up only 38 points per game
      Team Grade Point Average- 3.72
    • Women’s Baskeball
    • 1971 Men's Track & Field
    • 1971 Men’s Track & Field
    • 1971 Men’s Track & Field
    • Don Jackson
    • Don Jackson
      Running bet with students to find him not wearing purple.
    • Don Jackson
    • Karen Meats
      Participated in 7 sports at SEHS
      Member of 5 state championship teams (softball)
      Participated 4 national championship tournaments (softball)
      10 All-State awards (softball)
      Named All-Region “A” player in volleyball
      Participated in field hockey, softball, track & field, basketball, and badminton at the U of O
      Selected best female all-around athlete from the valley by the register-guard (2007)
      Inducted into U of O Hall of Fame in 2002
    • Karen Meats
    • Craig Brigham