Laurel High School Hall Of Fame

Class of 2022
Robbie Gaskill – 3x State Champion Wrestler, Stand-out athlete, Academic Achiever
Josh Perrigo – 3x State Champion Wrestler, Stand-out athlete, Academic Achiever
Sheri Muri-Krug – State Champion in Track, one of the pioneers/top achievers for
female athletics at LHS
Don Smarsh and family/Dynamic Designs – Community contributors and service to
LHS activities.
1993 LHS Girls Cross Country State Champions.

Class of 2021
Tomme Wilson – State Champion Track Coach and State Champion assistant basketball coach
Robert “Mike” Wood – State Champion in Track and stand-out athlete
Connie Kellison Cole – State Champion in Track and stand-out athlete
Lysa Fox – Exceptional achievements in Fine Arts
Richard Helterbran – Service Award Winner
1978-1979-1980 LHS Boys Track Teams – 3x State Champions record.

Class of 2020
Patrick Casey – State Champion in track and cross country.
Connie (Lord) Rowe – State Champion in track and cross country
Dr. Lee Richardson – Dedication and contribution to the Laurel community.
Ed Robertus – State wrestling Champion and stand–out football player
Dr. John Smith – Dedication and contribution to the Laurel community.
1999 LHS Football Team – State Champions with an 11–0 record.

Class of 2019
Don Peterson – State Champion Coach/Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee
Patti Miller – State Champion Coach/Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee
Tom Sprigler – State Champion Coach/Montana Coaches Association Hall of Fame Inductee

The 1968-1969 Big 32 State Champion LHS boys basketball team has been inducted into the LHS Hall of Fame.

LHS HOF Nomination Form

Now accepting nominations for the 2023 Hall of Fame Class. Applications must be submitted by November 30, 2022 for consideration.

  • Name of Nominee

  • Please enter a number from 1 to 150.
  • (example: what sport, activity, contribution – include years)
  • Name of Nominator

  • Photo of Nominee

    Please submit a photo (5"x8") if available
  • Max. file size: 300 MB.
  • Refer to the Hall of Fame criteria list to gather information. Applicants are not expected to have accomplished all the criteria but must meet a certain # to be considered for induction.
Printable Form

If you’d prefer to print the nomination form, you can do so by clicking the PDF image below.

Laurel High School Hall of Fame

The Laurel High School of Fame is dedicated to showcasing and honoring alumni, teams and former staff members of Laurel High School who have achieved top honors in athletics, academics, arts and other activities while at LHS and/or in their lives after LHS. The Laurel Hall of Fame is sponsored and created through the joint efforts of the Laurel Rotary Club, Laurel Montana Community Foundation and LHS administrators and staff.

Coaching Criteria
Points
  • Years of Service
  • Divisional/Conference Championships
  • State Championships
  • Number of Years Qualifying for State/Playoff Tournament
  • Win-Loss Record
Awards
  • State Coach of the Year
  • Regional Coach of the Year
  • National Coach of the Year
  • Other Coaching Awards
  • Involvement in Coaches Association of Sport Improvement
  • Community Involvement
  • Recognition by State or National Associations (other Hall of Fames)
Bonus Points
  • Tournament Titles -Not Divisional, State
  • Commendable Character
  • Other Sports Coached at HS Level
  • All-Star Coaching Experience
  • Players from Program to Play at College/Pro Level

Coaches must receive at least a minimum amount of points and have 10 years as a coach to be considered for induction.

Community/Faculty/Other Activities Member Criteria
Points
  • Years Involved in Community/Activity/School
  • Contributions to Community Youth Programs
  • Contributions to LHS
  • Fundraising Efforts for LHS
  • Booster Club Membership
  • Fan Support
  • Other

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