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The Central Catholic High School Hall of Fame recognizes Central Catholic alumni - and other prominent members of the Central Catholic community - who have brought honor to the school through their achievements both during their high school years and after. We honor them in the Hall of Fame with the hope that their achievements will serve as an example for others.

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2022 Induction

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Martenne Bettendorf '12
Steve Halligan
Pat Harrington '68
The Heller Family and the David Heller Foundation
Kaitlin Inglesby '10
Tony Leineweber '62
Captain Richard Mallon '60
Ian Montone '85
Jane Murphy
Michael Rosenbaum '68
Brennan Scarlett '11
Eric (Scott) Williams '87
2005 Boys XC Team




2022 Inductees

Martenne Bettendorf ‘12

Athletic Inductee

Martenne Bettendorf is one of the most accomplished volleyball players to graduate from Central Catholic. Martenne made the varsity team her freshman year, and went on to lead the team to three consecutive state championships in 2009, 2010, and 2011, including setting a 33-0 record in 2011. She was named State Champion Player of the Match in 2010 and 2011, Mt. Hood Conference Player of the Year, and unanimously voted Oregon State 6A Player of the Year in 2011. Also In 2011, she was named Oregon Gatorade Player of the Year and won the distinguished High School All-American award. To date, she holds the school record for most kills (1,839).

Martenne continued to play volleyball for the University of Oregon and was a 2012 NCAA Finalist runner-up. In 2015 she received the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) All-American, the AVCA First Team Pacific Region, and the Pac-12 First Team All-Conference. 

Martenne went on to play professionally in Europe, receiving a contract with Azerrail Baku in Azerbaijan. She continued playing internationally in Germany, Switzerland, and France until 2020. 

Today, Martenne still shows determination in her work and continues to be guided by her faith while contributing to the community.

"Our CC volleyball staff encouraged our athletes to be open to our coaching, self-correct as best they can, be leaders by example and to be the best teammates they can be. Martenne exemplified these qualities as a team captain, high school All-American, and a three-time state champion. We are extremely happy and proud of her being inducted into the 2022 Central Catholic Hall of Fame." – Rick Lorenz, Retired Teacher and Volleyball Coach

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Steve Halligan

Faculty/Staff Inductee

Steve Halligan spent his entire 43-year professional career at Central Catholic. As a dedicated teacher and coach, he showed generations of students how to be productive citizens of our country and our world, while guiding Ram basketball teams to five conference championships and a state title in 1994. Known as a passionate (and sometimes fiery) coach, it was his effectiveness as an educator that most impacted thousands of Central Catholic students. He challenged students to think critically and to become active, informed citizens with the confidence to share their opinions. Students who had Steve Halligan as a teacher left Central Catholic with a deeper understanding of what it means to live in a democratic society. 

Steve’s former colleagues describe him as a caring mentor for new teachers and as a catalyst for expanding the Advanced Placement (AP) Program, adding AP US History and AP Government and Politics to the curriculum.

One of Steve’s former students, Chris Myers ‘84, had this to say about him, “Steve was the quintessential teacher, which is also what made him an outstanding coach. He was passionate, knowledgeable, funny, and consummately organized. Most importantly, he cared deeply about students’ learning and well-being.”

Since his retirement, Steve has joined his wife, Teri, and son, Anthony, in tutoring his granddaughters for their online Web Academy courses. 

We honor Steve Halligan for his skills as a teacher and coach, his commitment to the students of Central Catholic and the way he inspired them for decades to be their best selves. 

"Steve is a man of unrivaled integrity, the standard of excellence in teaching and coaching, and a pillar of this school’s storied history. There are thousands of students that he has, through the breadth and depth of his knowledge, beckoned to be better versions of themselves, to become deeper thinkers and better citizens. His passion for teaching and compassion for others will be an endearing, and enduring, memory." – Paul O’Malley, Director of Admissions

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Pat Harrington ‘68

Civic Inductee

At Central Catholic, the name Harrington is synonymous with excellence and leadership; Pat Harrington ‘68 embodies both. A three-sport athlete at Central Catholic, he was named to the All-Metro team for football and basketball his senior year, during which he also served as Class President. At the University of Oregon, he also served as Class President during his junior and senior years, and was the recipient of the Koyl Cup Award for Outstanding Junior Student in 1971. Graduating in 1972 from the University of Oregon with a degree in Community Service and Public Affairs, he also earned his Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Notre Dame in 1979.

After a stint as the Events Director at the Memorial Coliseum, Pat spent the next decade as the first Executive Director of the Portland Center for the Performing Arts where he oversaw the approval, planning, design, capital campaign, public bond election, operation, building, and completion of the five-theater complex. Along the way, he earned an impeccable reputation in Portland’s business community, which led to the next step in his career path.

After his work with the Performing Arts Center concluded, Harrington subsequently began what would become his 28-year career at BORA Architecture & Interiors, 24 years of which were served as the firm’s Managing Principal. Elevating BORA in multiple ways, he was instrumental in the company receiving numerous awards, including the Governor’s Arts Award for providing free office space to Portland Institute for Contemporary Art and Portland Arts and Lectures, the first-ever given to an architecture firm. He oversaw countless projects, many of which involved school renovations and new construction. These include Lincoln High School, Mountainview High School, Vernonia High School, La Salle Catholic College Preparatory, St. Mary’s Academy, De La Salle North Catholic High School, and culminating in the completion of the Monsignor Tim Murphy Center at Central Catholic, where Harrington played instrumental roles in the feasibility study, design, community approval, city permitting, financing, and budgeting stages of the project. 

We honor Pat Harrington for his impact on Central Catholic, the city of Portland, and the numerous organizations in Portland and across the country that have benefitted from his integrity, leadership, and business acumen.

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The David Heller Foundation for Healthy Teen Hearts and the Heller Family

Service Inductee

The David Heller Foundation for Healthy Teen Hearts has left an indelible footprint on our community and state, one that Central Catholic’s David Heller ’07, a dedicated student athlete and basketball fanatic who passed away in 2005 (and for whom the foundation was named), could never have imagined. For David’s parents, Bev and Jeff, and his siblings, Anna ‘08, Darren ‘13, and Heidi, creating and sustaining the foundation has been a labor of love. Since David’s untimely passing, the Heller family has worked tirelessly to grow the foundation, while simultaneously funding a second endowed scholarship, the David Heller ’07 Memorial Scholarship, at Central Catholic. 

Born of a tragedy; a traumatic, early death of a beloved son and brother from an undiagnosed heart condition called Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy, today, the foundation serves thousands of teenage athletes, saving lives through cardiac screenings. The foundation has also donated 250 Automated External Defibrillators (AED), life-saving, portable devices designed to treat people experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, which has benefited hundreds of citizens in small towns and schools across Oregon. Additionally, through its scholarship program, more than 40 high school seniors from around the state have benefitted from more than $40,000 in scholarship awards. 

Recently, the Foundation made a transformational gift of $500,000 to the Providence Heart Institute, funding the David Heller Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinic. The clinic will support cardiac screening for teenage athletes and educate the public about the importance of cardiac screening.

Monsignor Tim Murphy ’58, in thinking of the Heller family, is reminded of a verse from scripture. He says, “When the scriptures tell us of the ‘smallest of seeds growing into the largest of trees’ so that the ‘birds of the sky come to dwell in its branches,’ it is the perfect metaphor for the Heller Family and for how they continue to honor their son and brother.”

We honor the Heller Family; Bev, Jeff, Anna, Darren, and Heidi, and the David Heller Family Foundation for Healthy Teen Hearts for their commitment to honoring David’s legacy, and for their vision, integrity, and service to Central Catholic and the broader community.

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Kaitlin Inglesby ‘10

Athletic Inductee

Kaitlin Inglesby may be one of the most decorated athletes to have graced the halls of Central Catholic. She shone on the mound as a varsity softball starter all four years, leading the Rams to Mt. Hood Conference (MHC) Championships in 2007, 2009 and 2010. She was named MHC First Team all four years while at Central Catholic, was a two-time Oregon State Player of the Year, an UnderArmour All-American in High School award recipient, and the Gatorade Player of the Year for Oregon in 2010. Topping off her accomplishments as a Ram, Kaitlin was named Most Valuable Player in 2008, 2009, and 2010 by her Ram teammates, who also honored her as Most Inspirational in 2010. Additionally, one of her proudest moments as a Ram was being honored at her graduation with Central Catholic’s Insignis Award, which is an award given to graduating seniors who exemplify what it means to live out the mission of the school.

After being recruited by the University of Washington (UW), Kaitlin was struck in the face by a line drive traveling 60 mph during practice her freshman year. Her injuries required months to mend the 47 broken bones in her face, yet she managed to recover quickly and enjoyed a stellar four-year collegiate career. Along with becoming a two-time All-American and four-time All-Pac-12 Conference selection and advancing to the Women’s College World Series in 2013, Kaitlin also played an instrumental part in The Huskies winning four NCAA Regionals during her career. 

Kaitlin also earned the Pac-12 Tom Hansen Conference Medal, which is awarded by universities annually and recognizes student athletes based on the exhibition of the greatest combination of performance and achievement in scholarship, athletics, and leadership.

Kaitlin graduated from UW in 2014 with a degree in medical anthropology and global health. After two years coaching at the University of Massachusetts, she went on to attend Arizona State University College of Law, earning a 4.0 GPA while studying for her Master’s in Sports Law and Business. Currently, she works for GMR Marketing as an account supervisor, overseeing national partnerships for US Bank.

We honor Kaitlin for her accomplishments, both on and off the field, and for her character, grit, and resilience. 

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Tony Leineweber ‘62

Civic Inductee

Tony Leineweber has a long legacy of contributing, championing, and volunteering for Central Catholic that has spanned over 60 years.

A member of the first honors class at Central Catholic, he ran track and cross country and served as Student Body President his senior year. Always supportive of his school, Tony was also a member of the Cheer team, rooting on other athletes at their games.

Tony continued to build his leadership skills, attending Oregon State University and Portland State University, and earning his master’s degree at the University of Washington. Tony went on to hold executive positions at Market Transport, Ltd., Crown Pacific, and the Portland State University Foundation, among others. 

Throughout his executive career, Tony remained connected to Central Catholic, serving on numerous committees and helping the school with campaigns and projects. He served on the Central Catholic Board of Directors, and was integral on the committee to raise funding for the Monsignor Tim Murphy Center. With faith and a passion for helping others, Tony has been active in the larger community as well. He has been a dedicated advocate and volunteer at Loaves & Fishes, Meals on Wheels, NAMI Multnomah (National Alliance of Mental Health), and the Rotary Club of Portland.

After retirement, Tony was called back to Central Catholic when he was named President in 2015, and served in that role until 2017. Tony also encouraged his class in building the Class of ‘62 scholarship, which is now endowed as The Class ‘62 Legacy Endowment Fund. A true Ram, Tony continues to volunteer at school events and be a champion of Central Catholic. 

"One of the great lessons learned at Central Catholic was the importance of giving back, helping your community and leaving a place better than when you arrived. I have witnessed my father’s impact to this end throughout my life and typically he has done so with little to no fanfare. He is an excellent addition to the Hall of Fame." – John Leineweber ‘99, Alumni Association Board President

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Capt. Richard Mallon  ‘60

Civic Inductee

Capt. Richard Mallon, Jr. was a man of integrity, loyalty, and faith; beloved by all who knew him. As a dedicated servant, he made the ultimate sacrifice for his country when he was killed in combat while serving in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War.

Rich began his life of service at a young age, entering the seminary at Mt. Angel during his freshman year of high school. Although his calling did not lead to the priesthood, the process instilled in him the spiritual, mental, and physical grounding that ultimately guided him to his military career in the Air Force. 

Rich left the seminary and transferred to Central Catholic where he was an active member of the school community. He was an honors student, a member of the Young Christian Students Club, the Rod and Gun Club, and he played J.V. Baseball and Varsity Football. Following graduation, he went on to attend the University of Portland (UP), joined ROTC, and became a member of the school’s nationally acclaimed drill team known as the Mitchell Rifles. He graduated from UP in 1964 and shortly thereafter, enlisted in the Air Force during the United States’ engagement in the Vietnam War.

Rich quickly ascended the ranks in the military and earned the title of captain. He was a talented pilot, and during the Vietnam War completed his first tour that included 100 successful individual combat missions. During his second tour in Vietnam, Rich was shot down by anti-aircraft fire and on January 28, 1970, was declared MIA (Missing in Action). After 18 long years, his remains were finally found and returned to Portland. His funeral included a 21-gun salute and a flyover by McCord Air Force Base jets in a “missing man” formation.

Over the course of his military career, Rich was awarded the Air Medal, Purple Heart, Silver Star, and the Distinguished Flying Cross, along with many other commendations. He is memorialized at the Courts of the Missing at the Honolulu Memorial, and honored on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C.

We honor Captain Mallon for his many accomplishments at Central Catholic and the University of Portland and during his career in the US Air Force, but most of all we honor him for his integrity, his faith and (although it was cut tragically short) a life well-lived.

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Ian Montone ‘85

Civic Inductee

Ian Montone is an accomplished artist manager who, for over two decades, has managed some of the most prolific musicians and actors in the entertainment industry. He continues to make a tremendous impact on the music culture and industry of our country, all while maintaining a high-level of ethics and values in his work. 

Part of the foundation of his character and values can be traced back to his time at Central Catholic, which provided just the right amount of structure, discipline, and academic rigor for Ian. While a student at Central Catholic, he played soccer and football and was the editor of the Rampart. He also wrote for the Scampart, Central Catholic’s alternative newspaper, modeled after the Harvard Lampoon. In his senior year, he was elected Student Body Vice President for Academics.

In the years since leaving Central Catholic, Ian graduated from Occidental College with a major in philosophy and minors in political science and religious studies. He then traveled the world for almost a year before earning a law degree with a focus on environmental law from Vermont Law School and The University of California, Hastings College of the Law. After working for a consulting firm in Washington, D.C., a series of fortuitous events, including meeting the duo Jack and Meg White who had a band called White Stripes, led to Ian combining his career in law with his passion for music. Over time, his foray into entertainment law morphed into Monotone, Inc., his artist management company.

Today, Ian and his team at Monotone, Inc. manage a broad group of musicians and actors, ranging from Jack White, The Shins, LCD Soundsystem, Wallows, Vampire Weekend, to Jaime Foxx and Jonah Hill, to name just a few.

In addition to managing his company, Ian also pursues his passion for soccer as a spectator, and is part-owner of Venezia F.C. in Italy, as well as Vice President at Luton Town F.C. in England. He is also a season ticket-holder for the Portland Timbers. Most importantly, Ian and his wife Mary Ellen are the parents of six-year-old son, Luca, and he considers spending time with his family his favorite thing to do. We honor him for that and for the way he operates his company, Monotone, Inc, ethically and with humility, integrity, and vision.

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Jane Murphy

Service Inductee

Jane Murphy has been a devoted Ram in every way for nearly 30 years. In 1993, she stepped into her first role at Central Catholic as the school’s business manager. This was during a period of financial crisis at the school, and Jane worked tirelessly to ensure its financial viability. Additionally, she and her husband, Bill Murphy ‘58, led the way in starting Central Catholic’s very first auction. In the 27 years of this signature event’s existence, they have yet to miss a single one!

Prior to working at Central Catholic, Jane had a 16-year career in business and accounting, and after six years as Central Catholic’s Business Manager, she was ready for a change. Jane went on to complete an accelerated master’s program at Pacific University and came back to teach at Central Catholic. Since then she has held various roles in administration, academics, and athletics. 

Jane’s role in the Ramily deepened when her two children enrolled at Central Catholic. Brian Barkdoll ‘07 and Kara Barkdoll ‘11 were involved as student-athletes and leaders, and Jane actively supported them in all their endeavors–attending athletic events, volunteering with the Parent Association, and in many other capacities. 

Jane’s involvement at Central Catholic has been tireless for many years; she perhaps has achieved the highest number of volunteer hours in the school’s history.

“Jane recently spent more than 100 hours completing a vital  scanning project for the Advancement Office,” recalls Ellie Dir, VP of Advancement. “This was not an exciting project at all, but Jane tackled it the way she tackles everything she does, with a smile, a friendly word and a willingness to commit to a task until it’s completed. There are no words adequate to express the depth of our gratitude for Jane Murphy.” 

Jane’s dedication to Central Catholic is unmatched, even in retirement. You can still see her with her pom-poms at nearly every athletic event and substitute teaching in the school when she is needed. 

"If we value a life of “all in” commitment, success, and spirit, Jane Murphy is more than worthy of this honor." - Bill Winter ‘58, Former Board of Director’s Chair

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Michael Rosenbaum ‘68

Civic Inductee

Mike Rosenbaum is an exemplary scholar, leader, and businessman, whose accomplishments merit his Hall of Fame nomination in all categories. 

While a student at Central Catholic, Mike was on the varsity football and track teams and was Captain of both. He earned First Team All-League in Football, and was selected as one of eight scholar athletes in the state of Oregon. He served as Student Body President his senior year, and in the summer of 1967, he attended Boy’s State. At Boy’s State, he ran for and was elected Governor and represented Oregon at Boy’s Nation in Washington, D.C. 

After Central Catholic, Mike attended Harvard University on a full-ride scholarship. At Harvard, he was selected as one of two Oregon finalists for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship competition. He graduated with honors in 1972 and then from Columbia Law School in 1975. 

Mike became Chairman of the Ninth Circuit American Bar Association Committee on state legislation, founded the Rosenbaum Law Group, and remains a member in good standing with the State Bar Association for both Oregon and Washington and for the US District Court for the District of Oregon and the Ninth Circuit Court.

In conjunction with his civic and business achievements, Mike has been active for decades serving his local community. He helped to incorporate the Baker Cabin Historical Society and has served on its board from 1979 to 1989. He founded and incorporated a non-profit called CHOOSE, an organization that raised money for girls’ athletics, provided scholarships for low-income families, and funded sports-related activities in the North Clackamas School District. Mike was also a member of Central Catholic’s fundraising committee that helped raise over $10 million for the Monsignor Tim Murphy Center. Finally, for over a decade, Mike and his wife, Sherie, have provided hot food to houseless individuals in Milwaukie through their restaurant, the Stone Cliff Inn. 

We honor Mike for engaging his intellect to build an incredibly varied and impactful law career along with a successful family life, and for the understated way he makes life better and easier for our less fortunate brothers and sisters.

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Brennan Scarlett ‘11

Athletic Inductee

We honor Brennan Scarlett not only as one of the most recruited football players to graduate from Central Catholic, but also for his impact in giving back to the community.

Brennan lettered in four sports at Central Catholic; football, basketball, track, and swimming. He overcame many injuries during this time, but with resilience and a strong work ethic, he persevered at the highest level. Brennan was named 2010 PrepStar All-American and SuperPrep All-American. Brennan received offers from all of the Pac-12 schools and many others including the University of Notre Dame, Northwestern University, and Tennessee State University. 

Brennan accepted his offer from the University of California Berkeley where he later graduated as a member of the Haas School of Business. While at Berkeley, Brennan received a Pac-12 All-Academic honorable mention and All-Pac-12 Fourth Team. He then played his final collegiate year at Stanford University where he earned his Master of Business. He was Stanford’s first-ever graduate transfer and was All-Pac-12 honorable mention. That year was special, as Brennan not only was able to play at Stanford with his brother, Cameron Scarlett ‘15, but he also helped lead Stanford to a Pac-12 championship and Rose Bowl win. Brennan went on to play professional football, first for the Houston Texans for five seasons and then for the Miami Dolphins. 

Recognizing the impact of his faith and how others supported his career, Brennan wanted to give back to young people who may not have the same opportunities that he had. In 2018, Brennan started the Big Yard Foundation with a mission based on three pillars: Literacy, Creativity, and Physical Wellness. The foundation serves youth in marginalized communities, hosting book fairs, camps, and other recreational activities. Brennan continues to give back to Central Catholic as well, supporting the Field Lighting Project and students in financial need.

Brennan Scarlett’s impact on Central Catholic and the community will continue with his examples of perseverance, giving back, and focus on faith and family.

"I believe that Brennan is very deserving of this honor, he is a great role model for our students and community!" – Steve Pyne, Teacher and Head Football Coach 

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Scott Williams ‘87

Service Inductee

E. Scott Williams has made a tremendous impact on Central Catholic’s community for over 20 years by helping to build a more inclusive and supportive environment for all students.

Scott attended Central Catholic at a time when there were very few students of color at the school. Inclusion and diversity at that time looked very different compared to today; there were no affinity groups nor many opportunities for learning about–and engaging in–topics of diversity and inclusion. Nonetheless, Scott remained an active and engaged member of the school, participating on the football, basketball, and track teams. After high school, he went on to attend Oregon State University and then Portland State University, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in sociology and a master’s degree in social work. Scott is currently a Program Development Manager in the Direct Clinical Services program for the Multnomah County Health Department on the Behavioral Health Division team. 

Around 2001, Scott reconnected with Central Catholic when a teacher invited him to reach out to students of color in their classroom. Scott began working primarily with Black students, and learned that many of their experiences as students were similar to his own. Determined to be part of the solution and not sit idly by, Scott started working with and creating safe spaces for students. He helped found and lead Central Catholic’s Black Student Union, supporting and empowering students to navigate through racial disparities and marginalized experiences.

Throughout his 20-plus years of engagement within the school, Scott has helped hundreds of students through his mentorship and advocacy, while also working closely with faculty and staff to deepen their understanding and support. His involvement and impact within the school community set Central Catholic on a trajectory of truly becoming a more inclusive, equitable, and supportive place for all.

"Scott was a key ally and friend when I joined Central Catholic as the new Director of Diversity and Inclusion in 2015, supporting the growth of our mission and of our students to see themselves as valued members of the community." – David Blue, Director of College, Life and Career Counseling

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2005 Boys Cross Country Team

Athletic Team

Incredible teammates, academically strong, and well-coached, are all apt descriptions of Central Catholic’s 2005 Boys Cross Country team. Yet those words fall short in describing the unique blend of talent and stamina, team chemistry, and coaching that propelled this group of young men to the OSAA 4A State Cross Country State title in 2005.

This team, comprised of Kenny Klotz, ’06, Kevin O’Malley ’07, Nick Turner ’07, Luke Wiltshire ’07, Sam Wotipka ’07, Taylor Morgan ’08, and Samot Turina ’09, was unusual in many respects, not the least of which was their team score. Led by senior Klotz, who won the race by more than 20 seconds, the Ram squad placed all five scorers in the top ten scoring positions. A perfect score would be 15 points, with all five scorers in the top five positions, so their team score of 23 points is all the more impressive at a state meet with 151 participants from more than 40 schools. By scoring 23 points at the state meet in November 2005, they set a state record for large schools which still stands today.

Dave Frank, Ram Track and Cross Country Coach recalls, “As for the team score of 23, it was pretty shocking on the day. We knew we had a very good team, but South Eugene’s record of 32 points had stood for 50 years, and we certainly did not expect to break that mark.”

At least five members of this team would continue their running careers at the collegiate level. Klotz ran for the Oregon Ducks, O’Malley for the University of San Diego, Morgan at the University of Arizona and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Turina at Gonzaga, and Wiltshire for the University of San Francisco. Today, these young men are building families and pursuing careers.

We honor Central Catholic’s 2005 Boys Cross Country team for their unique athletic accomplishments and dynamic and strength as a team.

"More than anything, these boys loved each other and being together. Certainly they worked hard, but what I remember most is how much they laughed when they were together. And it wasn’t just those seven; this was a very deep squad, and the competition for those top seven positions made this team even better." – Dave Frank, Teacher and Cross Country Coach

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2017 Induction


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Timothy J. Grogan '58

The Central Catholic High School Hall of Fame recognizes Central Catholic alumni–and other prominent members of the Central Catholic community–who have brought honor to the school through their achievements both during their high school years and after. We honor them in the Hall of Fame with the hope that their achievements will serve as an example for others.

Timothy Grogan ’58 is a man of honor and devotion to his country and his beliefs. While at Central Catholic, he was a trumpet player in the band, on the Rampart staff, in the Math Club, and a member of Young Christian Students (Y.C.S.) Following Central Catholic, Tim attended the US Military Academy in West Point, NY, graduating in 1963 with a bachelor of science in general engineering. He went on to complete graduate studies at Columbia University, and served as an assistant professor in the Department of English at West Point. While serving in the Army, he held many positions including operations officer, commander, and executive officer in the field in Vietnam. Later his service duties included work in the Pentagon. His awards were numerous, including the Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, Bronze Star, Meritorious Service Medal, and Purple Heart.

We honor Timothy Grogan ’58 for his dedication to his community, school, and country. 

Kenny Hettrich ‘70

Varsity Basketball 1969, 1970
Highest rebound average per game in school history, 12.2 1970
Part of the team with the greatest win/loss record in Central Catholic history, 25-2
West Coast Regional All-American 1970
First Team All-State 1970
First Team All-Metro League 1970
First Team All-State Catholic Team 1970

University of Portland – Basketball

Rick Lorenz

St. Mary’s Academy, Head Coach 1976-1986
Lake Oswego High School, Head Coach 1987
Central Catholic High School, Head Coach 1988-2019
Central Catholic High School, Teacher 1988-2019

11 state championships, 13 second place finishes, 6 third place wins
His 2011 team compiled a perfect 44-0 season and claimed a third straight 6A championship
44 year match record – 1345 wins, 205 losses
His Central Catholic teams won 146 straight league matches from 2004-2016
League Coach of the Year, 24 times: Metro League (9), Three Rivers League (1), Mt. Hood Conference (16)
Eleven-time winner of the Oregon Athletic Coaches Association, Coach of the Year Award in 1976, 1977, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1997, 2000, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2016
Recognized in Sports Illustrated, December 1995 issue, Faces in the Crowd for his 500 wins
National High School Coaches Association District 7 Award 1984
National High School Volleyball Coaches Association Hall of Fame inductee 2008
Central Catholic Hall of Fame Team inductee 2010
American Volleyball Coaches Association, 1,000 match wins achievement award 2010
State of Oregon Sports Hall of Fame nominee 2011
National High School Coaches Association National Volleyball Coach of the Year Award 2014
National Federation of High Schools Hall of Fame inductee 2015 
Oregon Athletic Coaches Association - Rob Younger Power of Influence Award 2020


Denny Moyer † ‘57 

National AAU welterweight division runner-up 1956
National AAU welterweight division winner 1958
Turned professional in 1958
World Boxing Association light middleweight title winner 1962
World Boxing Council's light middleweight winner 1963
North American Boxing Federation's middleweight title winner 1971
Defeated world champions Sugar Ray Robinson, Emile Griffith, Benny “Kid” Paret.
Retired in 1975 with a 97-38-4 ledger
Oregon Sports Hall of Fame 1983
World Boxing Hall of Fame 2001
Regarded by many boxing experts as the best boxer to come out of the state of Oregon.

Galen Rupp ‘04

Soccer 1999
Cross Country 1999-2003
Track and Field 2000-2004
Cross Country State Team Champions 2003
Cross Country State Individual Champion 2002, 2003
Pan American Junior Championships, first in 5,000 meter 2003
National High School Athlete of the Year 2004

University of Oregon – Cross Country, Track and Field
USA Junior Cross Country Champion 2005
NCAA 10,000 meter runner-up 2007
NCAA Cross Country runner-up 2007
NCAA Cross Country champion 2008
Bowerman Award winner 2009
NCAA Division I Academic All-American of the Year
NCAA Outdoor 5,000 meter and 10,000 meter champion 2009
NCAA Indoor 3,000 meter and 5,000 meter champion 2009

10,000 meter outdoor (26:48.0) and 3,000 meter indoor (7:30.18) American record holder
Olympic Trials 5,000 meter (13:22.67) and 10,000 meter (27:25.33) record holder
NCAA Collegiate indoor 3,000 meter (7:44.69) and 5,000 meter (13:18.12) record holder
USA Junior 3,000 meter, 5,000 meter, and 10,000 meter record holder
Two-time ESPN the Magazine Academic All-American

Eight-time USATF Outdoor 10,000 meter champion – 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016 

Olympic Silver Medalist 10,000 meter 2012
Olympic Bronze Medalist Marathon 2016

Nike Oregon Project 2009-

1989 Girls' Golf Team

League Champions 1989, 1990, 1991
State Champions 1989, 1990, 1991
Undefeated for three straight years

Cappy Mack ‘89    
Tracy Cone ‘90
Amy Lawrence ‘91    
Karly Mills ‘91    
Christina Smith ‘91    
Megan Weber ‘92    
Coach Nicole Kintz

1950 Tennis Team

State Champions in both singles and doubles
Only Central Catholic tennis team to win a state championship

Jack Altstock † ’53
Jerry Doyle † ’52  
Jim Flynn † ‘51 
Burke Mims ‘50    
Ed Wilkins † ‘50

Matthew Chapman ‘68

Editor in Chief, The Rampart 
Managing Editor, The Scepter
Chess Team, Debate Team

Partner, Waggoner, Chapman, Farleigh, Wada, and Bogrand 1981-1987
Chairman and CEO, CFI ProServices, Inc. 1987-2000
Under Matt’s leadership grew revenue from $2 million to over $130 million.

President and CEO, Centrisoft Corporation 2001-2006

CEO, Northwest Evaluation Association 2006-
NWEA is a not-for-profit education services organization with a mission of partnering to help all kids learn.

Board Member, Knowledge Alliance 2013-
Board of Regents, University of Portland 1996-
Board Member, Oregon Business Association 2008-
Board Member, Microchip Technologies 1997-
Finance Committee Member, St. Andre Bessette Catholic Church 2015-
Board Member, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry 1997-2003
Board Member, All Hands Raised 2009-2015
Co-Founder, New Avenues for Youth

John Faherty ‘56

Student Council 1952-1956
Football 1952-1956

Vice President, Far West Federal Savings and Loan
President, Portland Insurance Agency
Board of Directors, Catholic Charities
Board of Directors, Central Catholic 1978-1983
Instrumental in making Central Catholic co-ed
Oktoberfest Planning and Implementation Committee 1975-1980
Worked with John Shepard to establish the Endowment Fund in 1979
Board of Directors, Central Catholic High School 2008-2013

Joe Ferguson ‘52

Student Body President 1952
Infantry Officer, US Marine Corps 1956-1958    
Dean Witter & Company, Registered Representative 1958-1969
Vice President and allied member New York Stock Exchange, Herron Northwest/Piper Jaffray 1969-1975
President and registered Investment Advisor, Ferguson & Wellman Inc. 1975-1997

President, Lake Oswego City Council 1964-1972
Board Member, League of Oregon Cities 1968-1970
Board Member, Metropolitan Boundary Commission 1972-1973
Treasurer, Portland Civic Theater 1974-1975
Trustee, Boys Club of America 1976-1987
Chairman, Our Lady of the Lake School Board 1977-1980
Trustee, Jesuit High School 1980-1984
President, Trustee, Arlington Club 1981-1985
Executive Committee, Chairman, Oregon Independent College Foundation 1985-1995
Board of Regents, Emeritus, University of Portland 1987-
Board of Directors, Thomas Industries 1989-2004
Board of Directors, Central Catholic High School 2006-2012

John Harrington ‘66

Class President 1963, 1964, 1965
Student Body Vice President 1966

Varsity Football, Quarterback 1963, 1964, 1965
All-Metro League First Team 1965
Portland Metro Area First Team 1965
All-State First Team 1965
Shrine All Star Game 1966

Teacher, Coach – Football, Basketball, Tennis 1970-1975
President 2008-2015
Board of Directors 2008-2015
Instrumental in building the Msgr. Tim Murphy Center

Barlow High School, Teacher, Head Football Coach 1975-1986
David Douglas High School, Assistant Principal and Principal 1986-2004

University of Oregon 
Football Letterman 1966-1969
Alumni Board 2007-2008
Alumni Association Recognition Award 2008
Enrollment Management Advisory Board Member 2012-2015

Education Recognition
Oregon Department of Education recognition – Model High School (David Douglas) 1993-1994 
US Department of Education recognition – New American High School Award (David Douglas) 1996
Excellence in Curriculum Leadership award – Oregon School Administrators 1999
Oregon Principal of the Year, Confederation of Oregon School Administrators 2000
National Principal of the Year Finalist, National Association of Secondary School Principals 2001

Oregon School Activities Association
Executive Board Member 1996-2002
Executive Board President 1999-2000

Fr. Joe Peixotto  ’50, CSC   

Ordained a Holy Cross priest in 1961
Teacher, Notre Dame College, Dhaka, Bangladesh 1962-1965
Vice Principal, Notre Dame College, Dhaka 1965-1976
Principal, Notre Dame College, Dhaka 1968-1970, 1975-1998
Honored as outstanding principal in Bangladesh by Nazrul Islam College and Dhaka Club 1999
Treasurer, Notre Dame University, Dhaka 2014-
Served 15 years as Secretary for Episcopal Commissions for Education and Social Communications

Peter Stott ‘62

Student Council 1961, 1962
Track and Field 1960, 1961, 1962
Football 1961, 1962
President, Columbia Investments, Ltd. 1983-
Vice Chair, ScanlanKemperBard Companies 2005-2010
CEO, ScanlanKemperBard Companies 2008-2010
Co-Founder, President, CEO of Crown Pacific 1988-2004
Founder, Chairman, CEO of Market Transport, Ltd. 1969-2006
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Hope Award 1997
Portland State University Presidents Award 1998
Oregon Entrepreneur of the Year 1999
National Multiple Sclerosis Society Honoree in the Volunteer Hall of Fame 2000
Portland State University Simon Benson Award Recipient 2001
SOLV Tom McCall Leadership Award Recipient 2009
AFP Outstanding Philanthropists Award 2009
Honorary Doctorate, Portland State University 2011
Horatio Alger Award Recipient 2014

Alisa Sinnott

Biology Teacher 1977-1979          
Director of Christian Service 1994-2015
Central Catholic’s first Christian Service Director
Spirit of Catholic Youth Organization Award 2000
Special Olympics Pride in Performance Award 2006
Oregon Health Care Association, Teen Volunteer Coordinator of the Year 2008
Providence Center for Medically Fragile Children, Calbreath Award 2008
Blanchet House of Hospitality, Father Kennard Award 2015

Fr. Joseph Neuville †

Ordained in Portland 1946
Teacher, Vice Principal, and Principal 1947-1967
Pastor at St. James, McMinnville; St. Joseph, Salem; Immaculate Conception, Stayton; St. John the Baptist, Milwaukie
Father Neuville was noted for his love of Catholic education, his hard work, and his ability to handle large and challenging parishes.

2010 Induction


Rev. Msgr. Timothy Murphy ’58

“The Face of Central Catholic”
Varsity Baseball 1956, 1957, 1958
Varsity Basketball 1957, 1958
Class President 1957, 1958
Student Council
Holy Spirit Award
Teacher, Counselor, Coach 1968-1983
Principal 1990-1995
President 1995-2000
President Emeritus 2008-

Sister Jerome Zerr, OSB 

Teacher - English, Religion 1977-
Involved in Campus Ministry and Search Retreats
Founded Mother/Son Mass and Brunch
Baseball Scorekeeper 1976-
Basketball Scorekeeper 1979-
Secretary/Assistant Athletic Director 1984-
“Mentor to Countless Students Offering Stability 
and a Sense of Place at Central Catholic”

1983 Girls’ Golf Team

1983 State Champions
Metro Champions
Head Coach: Tim Ramstad

Maureen Brennan ’84
Maria Galati ’85
Vicki Harms ’84
Sally Leineweber ’85
Reneé Mack ’83
Lara Mack ’84
Trish Maly ’84 

1997 Girls’ Volleyball Team

1997 State Champions
League Record: 13-3
Season Record: 34-6
Head Coach: Rick Lorenz
Assistant Coach: Julie Taylor

Alanna Downey ’99
Tiffany Flanagan  
Jenny Fromherz ’98
Carli Halligan ’98
Katie Kaysinger ’98
Lauren Jones ’00 
Michelle Minier ’99
Stephanie Nado ’98 
Nikki Neuburger ’99
Nicky Seeley ’98
Colleen Wellnitz ’00
Jennifer Withers ’98

Dr. Charles Loprinzi ’71

National Honor Society
Varsity Tennis 1969, 1970, 1971
Oregon State University
Oregon Health Sciences University
Fellowship Medical Oncology, Wisconsin Clinical Cancer Center 1982-1984
Chairman, Division of Medical Oncology 1994-2003
Mayo Clinic Medical Oncology 
“Teacher of the Year” 2000
Komen Foundation Brinker Award for Scientific Distinction 2002
American Society of Clinical Oncology Statesman Award 2008
Mayo Endowed Professorship “Regis Professor of Breast Cancer Research” 2010
Professor of Oncology, Mayo Clinic 1995-
Co-Director, Mayo Cancer Center Prevention and Control Program 2000 -
Fourteen Editorial Boards
Over 300 Published Manuscripts

Lou Stremick ’67

Varsity Football 1966, 1967
Varsity Basketball 1965, 1966, 1967
Varsity Baseball 1966, 1967
University of Portland – Basketball, Baseball
St. Joseph’s Hospital – Presidential Partner
Patron, Boys and Girls Club of Santa Ana
Patron, Cystic Fibrosis Guild of Orange County
Patron, Children’s Hospital of Orange County
Patron, Catholic Charities of Orange County
Patron, Orange County Rescue Mission
Owner, President and Chief Executive Officer, Stremicks Heritage Foods in
Los Angeles, California

Dennis Keenan ’65

University of Portland – Valedictorian 1969
Portland State University – Masters in Social Work
Organized and Served as Executive Director, Cascade Health Care
Archdiocesan Family Life Director 1979-1989
Adjunct Faculty Member, University of Portland Social Work Program 1986-1989
Executive Director, Catholic Charities 1989 – 
(Appointed to reorganize Catholic Charities, grew from 4 employees to 200)

Lucio Dalla Gasperina ’75

In loving memory of my father, Victor, and my brother, Graziano ’72

"Those to whom much has been given, much is expected."

Albert Corrado ’51

Varsity Basketball 1950, 1951
University of Portland 
US Air Force 1955-1957
Initial Gifts Chairman and Advisory Council Member for the founding of St. John Fisher Parish
Chairman, Multnomah County Chapter National Foundation March of Dimes 1964-1966
President and Co-Chairman, Serra Club for Seminary Education 1966-1968
Partner, Vice President, Columbia Management Co. 1968-2000
Central Catholic School Board 1970-1977
Chairman, University of Portland Board of Regents 1994-2003
Vollum Award for Lifetime Philanthropic Achievement 2003

Eavi Shovlin ’94

Varsity Volleyball 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994
All-League 1992, 1993, 
All-State 1992, 1993
Player of the Year 1992
State Medalist 1992, 1993, 1994
State Champions 1994
Honor Roll 1991,1992,1993,1994
Portland State University - Volleyball
All-Academic Team

Frank Lolich ’63

Varsity Baseball 1961, 1962, 1963
All-League 1962, 1963
Pitched “No Hitter” vs Milwaukie High School 1963
Metro State All-Star Game 1963
1-Hit Shut Out, 13 Strike Outs 
Columbia Basin Junior College
Brigham Young University
Drafted by New York Mets 1966
New York Mets Organization 1966-1971

Ron Lolich ’65

Varsity Baseball 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965
All-League 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965
All-State 1964, 1965
Drafted by Chicago White Sox 1965
Most Valuable Player Minor League 
Rookie All-Star Team 1965
Minor League Player of the Year (27 HR) 1969
Cleveland Indians 1972-1973
First American League Player to Hit a Grand Slam as a Designated Hitter 1973
Nankai Hawks, Home Run King, Japanese League 1974

Andrea Larsen ’97

Varsity Soccer 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996
MVP 1996
All-League Player of the Year 1995, 1996
All-State 1995, 1996
Varsity Soccer 4 years
Oklahoma State University - Soccer
Seattle Pacific University - Soccer

Paula Patterson ’94

Varsity Golf 1992, 1993, 1994
Team MVP 1993, 1994
All-League 1992, 1993, 1994
District Medalist 1992, 1993, 1994
State Medalist 1992, 1993, 1994
State Champions 1994
University of Oregon – Golf
Hall of Fame 

Lara Mack ’84

Varsity Volleyball 1983, 1984
Ski Team 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
Varsity Golf 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
All-League Golf 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
All-State Golf 1982, 1983, 1984
National Honor Society 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984
Rampart Newspaper Editor 1983, 1984
Student Council 1983, 1984
University of Arizona – Golf
Academic All-American
Pac-10 All-Star

Joey Harrington ’97

Varsity Football 1994, 1995, 1996
All-League Football 1995, 1996
All-State Football 1996
All-League Offensive Player of the Year 1996
KATU Player of the Year 1996
Varsity Basketball 1996, 1997
All-League Basketball 1997
Varsity Golf 1995, 1997
All-League Golf 1995
Jazz Band  1994, 1995, 1996, 1997
All-District Jazz Piano 1996, 1997
Class President • Student Council • Holy Spirit Award • National Honor Society
University of Oregon – Football
All Pac-10 2000, 2001
Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year 2001
All-American 2001
Academic All-American 2001
Hayward Award – Oregon Amateur Athlete of the Year 2001
Holiday Bowl MVP 2000
Fiesta Bowl MVP 2002
Finalist: Johnny Unitas, Davey O’Brien, Heisman Trophy
Third Player Selected in 2002 NFL Draft
Detroit Lions • Atlanta Falcons • Miami Dolphins • New Orleans Saints


2005 Induction

Tom Welter

Dedicated 20 years to Central Catholic
Coach-Football, Basketball, and Baseball
Dean of Students
Director of Athletics
OSAA Executive Director

John Shepard 

33 years of employment at Central Catholic
Taught Biology, World History, PE, Typing, Religion, and Marriage
Coached Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball, and assisted for Football, Basketball, and Baseball
He worked as the Athletic Director and Dean of Discipline
Raised $18 million in development dollars for the school

Bernie Becker  1943

Drafted in June 1943. Faced combat in the winter for 44/45 in the Apennine Mountains in Italy
Decorated for “meritorious achievement in combat against the enemy”-a Bronze Star
Went to University of Portland
Taught skiing at Lewis & Clark College, taught lessons on Mt Hood, became executive director of Sun Valley Ski Club, introduced electric timing, hosted competitions, and international competitions for the US Ski team, French ski team, Austrian Ski Team, and the Swiss Ski Team

Bill Healy † 1943

Student Body President Served in U.S. Army’s elite 10th Mountain Division during 
World War II 
Awarded the Bronze Star 
Active participation in athletics at Central Catholic, including: 
Football, Track, Ski Team
Founder of Mt. Bachelor Ski Area

Edward Little † 1943

Served in U.S. Army’s elite 10th Mountain Division during World War II   
Active participation in athletics at Central Catholic, including: 
Ski Team

Bill Rei † 1943

Central Catholic Football, Track, and Ski team
Volunteered U.S. Army Ski Troops, 10th Mountain Division
Played on Army baseball team.
Attended St. Mary’s College; University of Geneva, Switzerland; and University of California
Insurance Brokerage in California for 40 years-significant portion covering/protecting 7 ski areas in California
Continues to ski, golf, play tennis, and senior softball
Retired and delivers meals on wheels to senior citizens

George Van Hoomissen 1947

Attended University of Portland, Georgetown University school of Law, University of Virginia School of Law
A Senior judge and a retired Associate Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court 
Was a State Representative, Multnomah County for 2 terms
Founding Member of the Oregon Academy of Family Law Practitioners
Past President of Oregon Appellate Judges Association, Oregon District Attorneys Association, and Federal Bar Association

Patrick Gilroy † 1950

Student Body President 
Attended University of Portland and University of San Francisco School of Law
Began career as a deputy Clackamas County prosecutor
Presided over tens of thousands of cases including Tonya Harding’s lawsuit against the U.S. Olympic Committee and the first murder trial of Oregon’s own serial killer Dayton Leroy Rogers
Retired after 30 years of serving justice

George Kane 1955

In eighth grade his All Saints football team was CYO champs, basketball team was city champs, and his track team took first place in the city track meet
At Central Catholic he played: JV football, basketball, and baseball freshman year
Played 3 years of varsity football, 2 years of varsity basketball, and 2 years of varsity baseball
Won the fastest 100 yard dash runner in the school
Football running back and defensive back and won 22 straight games in 1952 and 1953, Central was state champions both years
For 3 seasons of football his stats were 2,087 rushing yards-25 touchdowns-11.2 yards/carry.  In 1953 he averaged 17.1 yards/carry for the season
In 1956 he played football for Boise Junior College on an undefeated team with 11 touchdowns and 15.4 yards/carry
In 1958 he played football for Portland State University and led the team in rushing yardage-total offense and scoring
Taught and coached at the Dalles High School for 3 years, then changed careers to aviation as a pilot
He has been on the Central Catholic Alumni Board for 10 years, President for 2

Joe Weston 1956

Founded Weston Investment Co. in ’57
Opened Portland Real Estate School in ’60
Currently owns 133 Portland-area apartment buildings
Founded multi-million dollar real estate empire: American Property Management
Currently has $250 million in real estate holdings
Supports Central Catholic and many other catholic grade schools and the Archdiocese of Portland
Serves food at St Francis Dining Hall weekly for 10 years
Established OCF Joseph E. Weston Public Foundation in 1994

Adolph Klein † 1956

Started Oregon Right to Life on August 22, 1970 in Portland
After graduation, reorganized Young Christian Workers after seeing “how isolated and lonely the young unmarried workers were." With the techniques of observation, judgment, and action the YCW initiated Oregon Right to Life
Worked for Oregon Steel Foundry for 10 years, then became a full time farmer, and is now semi-retired but growing wine grapes and cattle.
Continues pro-life work in Walla Walla and for the Republican party. He is still active in his parish and church work as a Knight of Columbus, Building Fund Chairman, establishing Eastern Oregon Young Adult Group, and helping put on annual retreats

Ray Klupenger † 1958

Started Oregon Right to Life on August 22, 1970 in Portland
After graduation, reorganized Young Christian Workers after seeing “how isolated and lonely the young unmarried workers were”.  With the techniques of observation, judgment, and action the YCW initiated Oregon Right to Life
Has been in his family nursery business for 45 years-just recently sold the business for retirement
Has chaired many activities in his parish along with being the chairman for two building expansions, fundraisers, and serving the Church Councils

Robert Hopman  1956

Spent 30 years with the Army Corps of Engineers and recognized for outstanding achievements in Engineering and Managerial work
Passion for humanitarian and environmental work
Expertise in dredging, waterways, and oil spills
Oil spill clean up expertise sent him to Exxon Valdez oil spill and Saudi Arabia to be part of desert storm to clean war damage to oil processing plants 
Spent months in Africa in mid-80’s trying to bring food to the starving population
Recognized by several professional organizations-WEDA, WODA, SAME, PIANC
Dedicated himself to local humanitarian efforts such as St. Vincent De Paul and St. Peter’s Parish
He is now remembered at Central Catholic through the Robert and Matthew Hopman Memorial Scholarship

John Emrick 1960

Chief executive at Norm Thompson since 1981 became CEO
Trustee at Meyer Memorial Trust since 1997
Travels regularly to third world countries
Currently on Board of regents at University of Portland
Engaged in “green” environmental projects
Instrumental in helping John Shepard start the Annual Appeal at Central Catholic
Lead gift for Central Catholic Capital Campaign, on Capital cabinet

Amy Lawrence 1991

Member of Central Catholic Women’s Golf Team, Soccer, and Basketball
12 varsity letter winner
1st Team All-State: Golf
Played golf for Stanford
PGA Mini-Tour
Currently teaching at St. Luke’s in Woodburn

Michael Doleac 1994

1st Team All-State: Basketball
Attended University of Utah: NCAA runner-up ’98
Won an NBA Championship with the Miami Heat in 2006
Retired from the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2008

Matt Santangelo 1995

1st team All-State
Attended Gonzaga University and was a member of the Elite Eight
Played pro basketball in Seville, Spain

1994 Boys State Basketball Champions

1993-94 Season Record - 24 wins and 2 loses
State Semi-Finals: Central Catholic 50 - Beaverton 46
State Finals: Central Catholic 56 - Clackamas 54

Coaches: Steve Halligan, Chris Myers '84, Kris Welch '87, and John Weber '85
Scott Brantley '95
Josh Cereghino '95
Mike Doleac '94
Tony Erikson '94
Matt Harrington '94
Dave Jordan '94
Jermaine Mason '95
Mitch Naylor '95
Ronald Perry '95
Mike Raffaele '95
Dan Shipley '95
Matt Santangelo '95
Jerami Schroeder - Manager


2000 Induction

Sally Cassidy

Coach, Counselor, Teacher 1980-1991
First Girls’ Varsity Softball Coach, 1980-1987
Second Place in State, 1984
Second Place in Metro League, 1986
State Semi-Finalists, 1987
First Girls’ Volleyball Coach, 1980-1982    
First Girls’ Basketball Coach, 1980-1986
Girls’ Golf Coach, 1991

Father John Whelan 

Athletic Director, 1940-49
First School Athletic Director, 1940-1945
Publicity Director and Head of Speech Department
Religion and P.E. Teacher, 1943-1949
Coach, 1943

Bob (Pee Wee) Taylor  1953

Football, Ski Club
Varsity Football, 1950, 1951, 1952 
Member State Championship Football Team, 1952
Junior Varsity Football, 1950
Ski Club, 1952, 1953
St. Mary’s College
Portland State (Football)
University of Portland 

Leon Hittner 1953

Varsity Football, 1950, 1951, 1952
State of Oregon Outstanding Athlete of the Year, 1953
Most Valuable Player, 1952
Captain of Team, 1952
Scored Most Points (11 Touchdowns), 1952
Most Valuable Player, Shrine All Star Game, 1953
Member State Championship Football Team, 1952
Oregon State University (Varsity Football, 1954, 1955, 1956)
U.S. Military, 20 Years

Leonard Farrell  1953

Baseball, Basketball, Football
Varsity Football, 1951, 1952
Member State Championship Team, 1952
Varsity Baseball, 1951, 1952, 1953
Second Team All American, 1957
State Tournament Player, 1951
Varsity Basketball 1951, 1952, 1953
University of Portland

Gary Strachan 1970

Varsity Basketball 1969, 1970
Honorable Mention All State, 1969
Second Team All Metro, 1969
First Team All Metro, 1970
First Team All State, Oregonian (AP) and Oregon Journal (UPI) 1970
Top 100 in Nation, College Prep Magazine, 1970
Fourth Team Catholic All American, 1970
Sunkist All-American, 1970
Honorable Mention, Parade All-American, 1970
Top 25 All West Coast, 1970
New World Catholic All American, 1970
Team Captain, 1969, 1970
Most Inspirational, 1969, 1970
Fourth Place in State Tournament, 1970
University of Portland (Basketball)

Mike Delegato 1977

Football, Basketball, Track
Varsity Football, 1975, 1976
Team Captain, 1977
All League Defense, 2nd Team, 1975
All League Defense, 1st Team, 1976
All League Offense 1st Team, 1976
All Metro Defense 1st Team, 1976
All Metro Offense, 1st Team, 1976
All State Offense 1st Team, 1976
Most Valuable Player Defense, 1976
Team Captain, 1976
Metro League Scholar-Athlete, 1976
Shrine All Star Game, 1977
Varsity Basketball, 1975, 1976
Most Valuable Player, Basketball, 1977
First Team All League Basketball, 1977
Second Team All Metro Area, 1977
Fourth Team Journal All State, 1977
Varsity Track, 1976, 1977
University of Oregon (Football)

Chris Lattig 1978

Cross Country, Track
Varsity Cross Country and Track, 1977, 1978
Cross Country Individual State Title, 1977
State Champion, 1978 – (One Mile and Cross Country)
Third Place in State, 1978 – (Team)
Set School Record in One Mile Race, 1977
University of Portland (1500 Meter Track, Cross Country)

Mike Gorman 1978

Basketball, Baseball
Varsity Basketball, 1978
Varsity Baseball, 1977, 1978
Metro League Championship, 1978
First Team All Metro, 1978
Second Team All State, 1978
Team Most Valuable Player, 1978
Pitched Perfect Game, 1977
Oregon State University
Drafted by Oakland Athletics, 1982

Edgar O. Mitchell, Jr. 1982

Football, Track and Field
Varsity Football, 1979, 1980, 1981
First Team, All State Football, 1981
First Team, All League Football, 1981
All Metro Lineman, 1981
All American, 1981
Varsity Track, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982
All State Track, 1981, 1982
State Champion, Discus, 1982
All Conference Shot Put, 1980, 1981, 1982
All Conference Discus, 1982
School and Metro League Record for Shot Put (63’ 2 ¼”)
School Record for Discus (175’ 11”)
AAU State and Regional Champion (Shot Put), 1981, 1982
Member of USA Track Team to visit Korea, 1981
Gold Medal for Shot Put and 5th Place for Discus 
#1 Shot Putter on West Coast, 1982
Colorado State University (Football, Track)

Kristin (Jacobs) Nagel 1987

Softball, Basketball
Varsity Softball Pitcher, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
First Place, Metro League, 1984, 1985, 1986
First Place, Mt. Hood Conference, 1987
Most Valuable Player, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
First Team All State (Pitcher), 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
First Team All League (Pitcher), 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987
Metro All Star Game Pitcher, 1987
AAA Player of the Year, 1984
Varsity Basketball, 1985, 1986
Fullerton College (Softball)
Portland State

Matt Jones 1989

Football, Basketball, Track
Varsity Football
First Team All League 1987, 1988
First Team All State, 1988
Honorable Mention All State1987
Varsity Track
First Team All League Track (100M), 1989
Varsity Basketball Team, 1989
Captain of Varsity Basketball Team, 1989
University of Washington (Football)


1995 Induction

Harry Scarff 

Coach (Several Sports) 1945-1956
Coach – National Walk of Champions
Coach – State Football Championship 1952 & 1953
Athletic Director  

Father Leland DeJardin 

Coach 1942-1959
Baseball Coach 1943
Member of the Willamette Valley State Champion American Legion Team 1931

Jim McCabe  1944

Football, Basketball, Baseball 1940-1944
MVP Basketball 1940-1941
University of California – Basketball

Father Arthur Dernbach † 1944

Football, Basketball 1940-1944
MVP Football
All-Star Basketball
Student Body President

Pete Petros 1947

Football, Basketball, Baseball 1943-1947
Basketball, Baseball, Varsity Letterman 1944, 1946, 1947
Central Catholic’s First All-State Basketball Player 1946
University of Portland – Football, Basketball, Baseball

Jim Flynn † 1951

Basketball, Tennis 1947-1951, Football 1951
State Doubles Tennis Champion 1949
State Singles Tennis Champion 1950
Student Body President
University of Portland Tennis Champion
Tennis Champion Pacific Air Force (Hickam AFB)
Recipient of Hayward Merit Award

Bob Altenhofen † 1952

Basketball, Golf 1948-1952
Varsity Basketball Letterman 1948-1952
All State Basketball 1950-1952
State Tournament, 1st Team 1950-1952
Class President 1-2-3-4
University of Portland MVP Basketball 1954 & 1955

Phil McHugh  1953

Football, Basketball, Golf 1949-1953
All State Football
All State Basketball
Shrine Football Team
Member of State Championship Football Team 1952 & 1953
Student Body President
University of Oregon – Football & Basketball
All Coast – Football
Hoffman Award

Hal Duffy  1954

Football, Basketball 1950-1954
All State Football 1952 & 1953
All State Basketball 1952 & 1953
Member of the State Championship Team 1952 & 1953
First Team All American Catholic Team
Hayward Award – High School Athlete 1954
Shrine Football Team 1954
University of Oregon – Basketball

Vince Altenhofen  1954

Football, Basketball, Golf 1950-1954
All League, All State Football
All League Basketball
Member of the State Championship Football Team 1952 & 1953
Member of the Shrine Football Team 1954
Class President
Varsity Letterman 1951-1954
University of Portland – Golf

Chuck Withers  1954

Football, Basketball 1950-1954
All State Football 1953
Member of the State Championship Football Team 1953
All American Football Team 1953
University of Oregon – Football
Portland State – Football (Most Inspirational)

Jim Altenhofen  1957

Basketball, Golf 1953-1957
All State Basketball 1955 & 1967
MVP Basketball
Student Council
University of Portland – Basketball
MVP (Best Rebounder)

Mike Eilers † 1960

Football, Basketball, Baseball 1956-1960
All League Football, Basketball, Baseball
MVP Basketball 1960
Senior Class President
Student Body Officer

Paul Gloden 1964

Football, Basketball 1960-1964
University of Portland Hall of Fame – Basketball

Vince Fritz 1965

Basketball 1961-1964
All League 1963-1965
All State 1964 & 1965
All American 1965
Senior Class Officer
Oregon State – Basketball
All Pac 8
All Coast
All American

Mike Lyons † 1967

Track 1963-1967
State Champion Two-Mile Run 1967
University of Oregon North Division
Cross Country Champion
NCAA Qualifier

Kevin Culligan 1972

Football, Basketball, Tennis 1969-1972
First Team All League Football 1972
First Team All League Basketball 1972
First Team All State Football 1972
Honorable Mention Basketball 1972
Student Council
University of Oregon – Football
Weinhard Scholarship Award 1975

Fred Quillan 1974

Football 1970-1974
University of Oregon – Football
All West Coast Center 1976
Member of the San Francisco 49ers 1978-1988
All Pro 1985 & 1986
All NFC 1984 & 1985
Member of the Superbowl Champions 1981 & 1984

Byron Howell 1980

Football, Basketball, Track 1976-1980
First in State – 100/200 Meters
First Team All State Track 1978-1980
High School All American Track – 1980
University of Washington – Track
2nd NCAA – Track
Top Six All-American Track 1983-1985
University of Washington – Basketball (Three Years)

Renee Mack Baumgartner, PH.D 1983

Volleyball, Basketball, Golf 1980-1983
All District Golf 1981-1983
All State Golf 1981-1983
Member of State Golf Champions 1983
Class President
National Scholar Athlete Award 1983
USC Women’s Golf Team
USC Scholar Athlete Award 1987
USC Women’s Golf Team Captain 1984