HIGHLAND ATHLETICS HALL OF FAME

Twenty-one (21) members have been honored as members of Highland’s Hall of Fame, including many football players. If there is a Highland grad you wish the Hall’s Board of Directors to consider.

Name (graduating class)
Margaret Rampton Munk (1959)
McRay (Macky) Magleby (1959)
Gary Sargent (1959)
Max Steele (1961)
Jane Summerhays Blumenthal (1963)
David Garr Moore (1963)
Jane Edwards (1964)
Garth Hall (1964)
Brent Ward (1964)
John Landures (1966)
Douglas Howard (1966)
Name (graduating class)
Jeff Manookian (1972)
Terry Tempest Williams (1973)
Jeff Judkins (1974)
Jan Bucher Judge (1979)
John Schmidt (1984)
Peter Breinholt (1987)
Morgan Scalley (1998)
Haloti Ngata (2002)
Mark Fuller (2010)
Marcus Mailei (2011)

 

COACH NICK CAPUTO MEMORIAL TROPHY
Nick Caputo was Highland’s first football and wrestling coach. When he died in 1960, the Caputo family began the tradition of presenting an annual trophy in his memory to the school’s most outstanding athlete, scholar and leader.

  2001 – Jackson Owen 1981 – Joe Cowley
  2000 – Aaron Tate 1980 – Nick Lords
  1999 – Jake Sowby 1979 – Mike Maxwell
  1999 – Jake Campbell 1978 – Steve Jones
  1998 – Mike Poelman 1977 – Jay Judkins
  1997 – Kyle Langston 1976 – Bill Page
2017 1996 – Alex Magleby 1975 – Craig Christensen
2016 1995 – Mike Rich 1974 – Jeff Judkins
2015 – Thomas Pembroke 1994 – Matt Cannon 1973 – Scott Rawling
2014 – Adam Webber 1994 – Gary Langston 1972 – Rick Kaplin
2013 – Ephraim Schulte 1993 – Andy Brinton 1971 – Scott Jackson
2012 – Hayes Hicken 1992 – Dave Smith 1970 – Roger Carter
2011 – Nate Fakahafua 1991 – Kerry Hicks 1969 – Mike Coulam
2010 – Chris Lloyd 1990 – Dave Parkin 1968 – Dave Harmon
2009 –Latu Heimuli 1989 – Brad Harnis 1967 – Elliott Williams
2008 – Max Wood 1988 – Scott Levy 1966 – Doug Howard
2007 – Taylor Tate 1987 – Ned Warner 1965 – Bob & Dick Jackson
2006 – Jake Orchard 1986 – Dave Clayton 1964 – Doug Hammer
2005 – Bo McNally 1985 – Mike Pembroke 1963 – Dave Moore
2004 – Anthony Cannon 1984 – Chris Nielson 1962 – Doug Bowers
2003 – Steve Pulver 1983 – Scott Ash 1961 – Max Steele
2002 – Arthur (Arty) Woodruff 1982 – Jim Cowley 1960 – Wayne Smith

 

ILENE GORZITZE RAM SCHOLAR AWARD
Ilene Gorzitze was a teacher coach and Highland’s first female athletic director. This award is given to an outstanding senior female athlete, scholar and leader.

  2012 2002 – Mary Bennion
  2011 2001 – Jana Lewis
  2010 – Casey Berkes 2000 – Courtney Cannon
  2009 – Sydney Fletcher 1999 – Logan Tom
  2008 – Losalinda Fakaosi 1998 – Martha Brinton
2017 2007 – Kathryn Borruss 1997 – Jennifer Snow
2016 2006 – Emily Huth 1996 – Kari Lewis
2015 2005 - Katherine Connor 1995 – Rosie Nelson
2014 2004 – No award given 1994 – Yvettee Zayas
2013 2003 – Meca Nielsen 1993 – Angela Nelson

 

WARNER BROTHERS "YOU'VE GOTTA BELIEVE" ATHLETIC AWARD

  2014 – Michael Kerr 2008 – Beau Hicken
  2013 – Matthew Roderick 2007 – Tom Bickmore
  2012 – Justin Weaver 2006 – Keith Keddington
2017 2011 – Brandon Lloyd 2005 – Talmage Wood
2016 2010 – Julio Hernandez 2004 – Creighton Petty, Imran Khan
2015 – Michael Rojas 2009 – Chris Lloyd 2003 – Ryan Swift

 


COMMUNITY LUAU

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The Haloti Ngata Family Foundation is helping Highland, East, and West High School raise funds for our ACT Prep classes. Join us at Highland High in the Larry Palmer Football Stadium for music, polynesian dancing, remarks by Haloti himself, and appearances from other celebrities! Bring a picnic for your family or take advantage of the onsite snack bars or local food trucks: Lanikai Grill, The Salty Pineapple, Waffle Love, Chef Geoff, and Island Style BBQ. $5.00 Admission per person. All proceeds go to support the ACT preparation classes for the SLCSD high school students.