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    SCOTT CAMPBELL - CLASS OF 1980 

    • 1980 PA Big 33 Football Team Selection
    • 1980 East-West All State Football Team selection
    • 1980-83 Purdue University Football Team- Set most team all time and single season passing records.
    • Set several Big Ten passing records including over 500 yards. Passing vs. Ohio State
    • 1983- Purdue University- MVP
    • Played 3 years with the Pittsburgh Steelers
    • Played 4 years with the Atlanta Falcons
    • Played 1 year in the Canadian Football League

    ERIC DRESCHER - CLASS OF 1975

    • 2 years District 3 Champ in Discus
    • 1975 Top 10 in the nation for Shot-put distance
    • 1974 Football- All Capital Area Conference, PA Big 33 nominee, team captain, Capital Area Conference Co-Champs
    • 1976 Freshman All-American Track & Field University of Pittsburgh
    • 1976 MVP West Virginia Mountaineer Relays
    • 1979 Captain Duke University Football Team

    JAMIE PAGLIARULO - CLASS OF 1997

    • Earned 13 varsity letters during High School Career (one over maximum)

     

    Soccer

    • Mid Penn All Star Team 1993, 1994, 1995
    • Patriot News Big 11: 1995
    • Parade All-American Team: 1994,1995
    • George Mason Univ. Goalkeeper: 1995-1998
    • All-Conference Team: 1997, 1998
    • Set school record for career saves
    • NCAA Division 1 All-American: 1996,1997,1998
    • First US Goalkeeper drafted WUSA inaugural draft
    • Starting Goalkeeper for WUSA San Diego Spirit Professioinal Soccer Team: 2001-2003

    Field Hockey

    • Mid-Penn All-Star Team: 1992, 1993, 1994
    • Mid-Penn leading scorer: 1994
    • Graduated as HHS All-Time leading scorer

    Basketball

    • Mid-Penn All-Star Team: 1994, 1995
    • Patriot News Big 15 Top Underclassman: 1993

    Softball

    • Mid-Penn All-Star Team: 1995
    • Patriot news Big 11: 1995 

    JIM PRICE - CLASS OF 1960

    • Lettered 3 years Baseball, 3 years Football, 3 years Basketball (maximum at the time)
    • All South Penn Conference Football, Basketball, All Central Penn- Baseball
    • 1960- First Hershey High School PA Big 33 Football Team Selection
    • 1960- Signed Professional Baseball contract with Pittsburgh Pirates
    • 6 years with Pittsburgh Pirates and 6 years with Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball Systems
    • 1968 member Detroit Tigers World Champion Baseball Team
    • Analyst/Play by Play TV & Radio Broadcaster for Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball Team
    • Partnered with nationally famous Hall of Fame Broadcaster Ernie Harwell

     

    WOODY SPONAUGLE - CLASS OF 1933 

    • 1933 Graduated from Hershey High School
    • 10 total letters earned in Football, Basketball, Track & Field and Baseball (one over maximum at the time)
    • Captain of HHS 1933 undefeated Football Team. Best record to date
    • 1937 Football Little All-American First Team- Franklin & Marshall College
    • Captain of Franklin & Marshall Football Team
    • Head Football Coach at Franklin & Marshall College
    • All-time leader in wins at Franklin & Marshall College
    • Athletic Director at Franklin & Marshall  College
    • F&M College Sports Hall of Fame - Charter Member
    • Namesake of the prestigious ongoing “S. Woodrow Sponaugle Basketball Classic”

     

    JIM WARFIELD - CLASS OF 1959

    • Lettered 3 years in Football, 3 years in Basketball & 3 years in Baseball
    • Head Professional Trainer of Cleveland Indians Major League Baseball Team for 32 years
    • Head Trainer for the 1981,1989 & 1997 Major League Baseball All-Star Games
    • Awarded “1992 Baseball Trainer of the Year” by the Professional Baseball Trainers Society
    • 2002 Scholarships established in his honor at Penn State University and at Ohio State University
    • Dedicated more than half his life as the Athletic Trainer for the Cleveland Indians, where each day he displayed his everlasting and joyous flair for life.
    • Jim is a man whose professionalism and dedication were exceeded by his strength of character and limitless generosity.
    • Jim was widely acclaimed and respected as a humanitarian to all who came in contact with him.