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2019 Hall of Fame Inductees

Bill Mitz

Bill Mitz is the winningest football coach in Stevenson history, with 22 state playoff appearances in 28 seasons.

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Bob Mackey

Bob Mackey is the winningest baseball coach in SHS history, with 681 victories and seven regional championships.

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Chris Piggott

Chris Piggott was one of the finest athletes in Stevenson history, and was a major part of several milestones in Patriot athletics.

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Jeff Wimer

Jeff Wimer has led the girls water polo program to four IHSA state championships, and is the winningest girls water polo coach in state history.

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Judy Harwood

Judy Harwood is the most successful girls gymnastics coach in SHS history, winning five IHSA state championships.

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Lindsay Borkan

Lindsay Borkan was a six-time state champion in girls gymnastics, and was part of the Patriot dynasty from 2001-04.

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Mark Deady

Mark Deady won the 1,600-meter state championship, was an All-American in college, and ran in the 1988 Seoul Olympics.

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Megan Bozek

Megan Bozek was a member of the U.S. women's ice hockey team that won a silver medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics.

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Paul Swan

Paul Swan was the school’s first baseball coach, and has been an assistant in the boys basketball program for 50 years.

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Suzie Jaeger

Suzie Jaeger won the IHSA girls tennis singles championship in 1976, 1977 and 1978, and lost only one match in her high school career.

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Tamika Catchings

Tamika Catchings was the first underclassmen to be named Miss Basketball of Illinois, and won state, NCAA, WNBA and Olympic championships.

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Tauja Catchings

Tauja Catchings is the all-time leading scorer in SHS girls basketball history, and helped the Patriots win state titles in 1995 and 1996.

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Tom Baumann

Tom Baumann was the first football coach in Stevenson’s history, and also was part of the 2014 IHSA state championship team.

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