The St. Philip Athletic Hall of Fame will add four members in the 2012 class, including Bob Stuart, Marty Haan, Mike Hutson and Brock Maichele.
The Hall of Fame class will be recognized during festivities at the Saturday football game between St. Philip and Waldron at C.W. Post Field with the game time at 1:30 p.m.
Bob Stuart – Class of 1976: Stuart was a three-sport standout for St. Philip, competing in football, track and baseball. Stuart had his best success on the football field where he was team captain for the 1975 team. As a linebacker and offensive tackle, Stuart was All-City and all-conference and finished as a three-year starter for the Tigers.
Marty Haan – Class of 1980: Haan was a standout in football and basketball at St. Philip. In football, Haan helped the Tigers reach new heights as he was on the first Tiger squad to get a playoff victory in 1978, scoring two touchdowns in that game. He was All-City and all-conference two years in football. In basketball, Haan was a three-year varsity member and three-year All-City performer, also being named to the all-league team for two years.
Mike Hutson – Class of 1986: Hutson was a three-year varsity member in three sports at St. Philip – in football, basketball and baseball. He helped St. Philip to a state championship in football in 1985 and was an All-State linebacker on that squad. The all-around good athlete, Hutson earned All-City honors in both his junior and senior season in football, basketball and baseball.
Brock Maichele – Class of 1992: A three-sport star at St. Philip, Maichele excelled in football, basketball and track. Maichele was a two-year varsity member of football, a three-year varsity member of basketball and was on the track team for four years. He earned All-City and all-conference honors in football, basketball and track. At the state level, Maichele took fourth in the high jump and finished seventh in the hurdles at the state meet in 1992.
The St. Philip 2012 Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony is dedicated to Pat and Doug Riggs due to their two-decade commitment to the school system.