All Sport Honorees

Hemlock High School proudly welcomed back a distinguished group of alumni who were honored as All-Sport recipients from the years 1963, 1973, 1983, 1993, 2003, 2013, and 2023. The special celebration took place during halftime of the boys varsity basketball game against Standish, creating a nostalgic and memorable moment for all in attendance.

The Hemlock Athletic Department, the school district, and the local community united in expressing their heartfelt appreciation for the achievements and contributions of these outstanding athletes. The event brought together generations of athletes, creating a unique atmosphere of camaraderie and shared memories.

Athletic Director Cory Snider expressed the collective sentiment of the school community, stating, "It is truly an honor to have this group of All-Sport honorees back within the halls of Hemlock High School. Their legacy is not only etched in records but also in the hearts of those who remember their exceptional athletic prowess and contributions to Hemlock High School."

As the halftime ceremony unfolded, cheers and applause filled the gymnasium, underscoring the pride and admiration the community holds for its athletes. The event was not only a celebration of past achievements but also a recognition of the lasting impact these individuals have had on shaping the athletic legacy of Hemlock High School.

The school district extends its gratitude to the All-Sport honorees for their continued support and commitment to the values of sportsmanship and teamwork. The community eagerly anticipates future opportunities to celebrate and connect with its esteemed alumni.

Hemlock All-Sport Honorees Across the Decades:

2023: Liam Zastrow  |  Regan Finkbeiner

2013: Ryan Hagarty  |  Lauren Devereaux 

2003: Scott Pittel  |  Mike Murphy  |  Allison McKibbin

1993: Bryce Lisik  |  Natalie Doan

1983: Craig Wilsey  |  Scott Gorsline  |  Linda Palmer

1973: Paul Gorney  |  Tom Greyerbiehl

1963: Don Krueger  |  M. J. Bauer 

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