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Newest members of the Mitchell High Athletic Hall of Fame Announced
Newest members of the Mitchell High Athletic Hall of Fame Announced

The MHS Activities Office and the Mitchell Athletic Booster Club have announced the Inductees for the Class of 2013 Mitchell High School Athletic Hall of Fame.

Paul Conrad-Class of 1972

Marilyn Wiblemo-Berry-Class of 1976

Dean Jacobsen-Class of 1986

The 1990 Girls Cross Country Team coached by Marcy Jones

The 1990 Girls Basketball Team coached by Gary Munsen

There will also be a special reunion of the 2003 Volleyball state Championship Team. They will be recognized at the Hall of Fame Banquet and the MHS VB match to be held at 7pm on Sept. 21 v. Brandon Valley.

The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21 as part of Homecoming week.

Homecoming Week Schedule:

Monday, Sept. 16-Coronation/Burning of the M

Friday, Sept. 20-Football v. Spearfish

Saturday, Sept. 21-Scrammble Golf Tourney

Saturday, Sept. 21-Hall of Fame Induction

Saturday, Sept. 21-Soccer and Volleyball Games

 

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