2001 Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Amy Blaising, Class of 1988
    Cross Country, Track, Volleyball, Basketball. Earned ten varsity letters. All-City, All-Conference and All-State Cross Country. Set two school records in track in the 3200 yard run and relay events. Earned four varsity letters in track and cross country at Notre Dame, twice All-Conference and was their team Captain.

    Jack Breslin, Class of 1939
    Football, Basketball, Baseball: All-State football, 1938. Starred in basketball and baseball. Earned letters in football, basketball and baseball at Michigan State where he served as football and baseball team captains. Distinguished 38-year administrative career at MSU.

    Dave Brophy
    Teacher, Coach, Administrator: Coached football, basketball, baseball, and golf and is the only coach to take an LHS basketball team to the Final Four. Served as a Central Office Administrator and Assistant Superintendent for 20 years.

    Trip Gage, Class of 1978
    Swimming: Set five school, pool and conference records in the butterfly and breaststroke and was a five-time conference champion. All-State in both butterfly and breaststroke, 1978. Four-year letter winner, All-Big Ten, and Big-Ten Champion in 100 yard breaststroke at the University of Michigan. Named a U of M Scholar Athlete.

    Ken Higgins, Class of 1983
    Football, Basketball, Baseball: Set four school records as a wide receiver in football. Football All-City, All-Conference and All-State, 1982. Played four years of football at the University of Michigan, earned Academic All-Big Ten and Academic All-American honors. Played in the Rose Bowl and graduated from Michigan with a 4.0 GPA.

    Bill Hoffhines, Class of 1954
    Football, Basketball, Tennis, Golf: All-Conference and All-State football, 1953. All-Conference, MVP and team captain in basketball, 1954. State Champion in singles tennis, 1954. Played football and tennis at the University of Michigan.

    Frank Kowalski, Class of 1953
    Football, Baseball, Track: All-City, All-Conference, All-State and All-American in football, 1952. Set three football records in rushing and scoring - career yards, most touchdowns scored and rushing yards per carry. Starred in baseball and track.

    Sherry Kuhn, Class of 1979
    Basketball, Volleyball: Set three school records in basketball - single season scoring, career scoring, and number of steals. Set two school records in track - long jump and 220 hurdles. Served as team captain in basketball, volleyball and track. 1979 Female Athlete of the Year. National Volleyball Champion at Kellogg Community College. Played volleyball at the University of Wisconsin.

    Jeff McCotter, Class of 1979
    Basketball: All-City, All-Conference, two-time MVP and All-State, 1979. Southwest Michigan Coaches' All-Star and WOTV All-Star, 1979. Played college basketball at the University of Detroit and Saginaw Valley.

    Meredith McCuaig, Class of 1981
    Golf: four year letter winner and three time regional champion. Three time All-State. State Champion, 1980. Set two school records for 9 and 18 hole scores. Four-time MVP. Four year letter winner in golf at University of Texas.