- 2017: Masaki Matsumoto
- 2016: Jen Mueller
- 2015: Brock Huard
- Jon Ryan, Seattle Seahawks punter
- Steven Hauschka, Seattle Seahawks
- Keith Gilbertson, Jr. (UW)
- Charlie Young (USC)
- Garland Bryant (UW)
- Randy Van Divier (UW)
- Jim Lambright (UW)
- Chuck Nelson (UW)
- Brad Westering
- Rick Fenney (UW)
- Jim Livengood (WSU)
- Reggie McKenzie (Seattle
- Dick Baird (UW)
- Dennis Erickson (WSU)
- Hugh McElhenny (UW)
- Frosty Westering (PLU)
- Dough Wollard (WSU)
- Mike Levenseller
- Rob Smith (WWU)
- Bob Robertson (WSU)
- Tony Ventrella (Local Television Sports
- Nesby Glasgow (UW and Seattle Seahawks)
- Curt Marsh (UW and
- Bruce Brown, Director of Proactive Coaching
2014 BANQUET RECAP
The 2014 SCFOA Hall of Fame Banquet (33rd Annual) honored 46 deserving student athletes, their parents and
coaches from 23 high schools at the Rose Hill Community Center in Mukilteo.
It was one of the largest gatherings in its history The event began with a dinner catered by
Shawn O'Donnell's, followed by our guest speaker, Mike Rohrbach.
say, ‘The sky is the limit,’ but there’s footsteps on the moon. I really take
that to heart,” Nick Alonso said. “If you put your mind to it anything is
We recognized all of
the student athletes in attendance, five of whom were awarded scholarships to
help them further their education.
2014 GUEST SPEAKER: Mike Rohrbach
Mike Rohrbach is the Founder & Director of Run To Win Outreach, a youth sports
outreach program. He served as State Director for the Fellowship of Christian
Athletes for 14 years before establishing Run the Win in 1992 along with his
wife Karen. Mike attended Ingraham High School and the University of Washington.
As a scholarship football player at the UW he played as a fearless, hard hitting
linebacker and was Co-Captain of the 1977 and the 1978 Rose Bowl champion
Mike was also the volunteer chaplain for the UW
Huskies football team for 17 years and is currently the chaplain for the Husky
Men's Basketball team. He is author of the book, "Run 2 Win - Chapel Talks For
Athletes, Coaches And Sports Fans". Mike also is the Recipient of the 2009
President's Council on Physical Fitness & Sports Community Leadership Award and
also the recipient of the 2012 University of Washington David Cohn Award for
service to the UW Athletic Department.
2014 AWARD WINNERS
Isaac Westlund - Archbishop Murphy High School - Everett, WA
Gareth Henderson - Arlington High School - Arlington, WA
Nick Alonso - Marysville Pilchuck High School - Marysville, WA
Dyonte Law - Mariner High School - Everett, WA
Bryan Strachan - Stanwood High School - Stanwood, WA
Archbishop Murphy—Isaac Westlund, Kody Coop. Arlington—Connor Bovard, Gareth
Henderson. Cascade—Hamilton Kendrick, Kelsi Colon. Cedarcrest—Adam Golden,
Duncan Robertson. Darrington—Trent Green, Tyler Davis. Edmonds-Woodway—Nick
Morales, Brandon Hohengarten. Everett—Thien Ngo, Andrew Caindoy. Glacier
Peak—Spencer Pettit, Mosese Fifita. Jackson—Alex Cheesman, Ken Day. Kamiak—Jared
Pexton, Connor Mitchell. Kings—Ryan Fransen, Calvin Kispert. Lake Stevens—Justin
Brown, Kolby Jones. Lakewood—Drake Chaves, Alex Golovin. Lynnwood—Andrew
Katzenberger, Mahdi Shahhosseini. Mariner—Dyonte Law, Jeremiah Bell. Marysville-Getchel—Brendan
Hofmann, Andrew Degraff. Marysville-Pilchuck—Nick Alonso, Hunter Trueax.
Meadowdale—Caleb Tingstad, Payton Smyer. Monroe—Andrew Zimmerman, Alex Vidican.
Snohomish—Aidan Kutsch, Alex Fairhurst. South Whidbey—Parker Collins, Angus
Jones. Stanwood—Mitchell Wells, Bryan Strachan. Sultan—Matt Baller, Deion
A BIG thank you to all of the sponsors and those who donated along with the
members of the Snohomish County Football Officials Association. The Hall of Fame
Banquet and scholarships awarded are funded entirely by donations from
individuals, local businesses and SCFOA Hall of Fame Golf Tournament. You can
read more about this years event in the Everett Herald by clicking here. If you
are interested in making a tax-deductible donation, sponsoring a table,
participating in our 3nd annual fund raising golf tournament or attending future
Snohomish County Football Officials Scholar Athlete Banquets please contact Jim
Carter (425) 327-5732.
2013 BANQUET RECAP
The 32nd Annual Snohomish County Football
Officials Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet took place at the Rose
Hill Community Center in Mukilteo.
Cheer squad from
Cascade High School greeted guests We honored many deserving student athletes
from 24 high schools. The event began with a dinner catered by Shawn
O'Donnell's, followed by our guest speakers. The Seattle Seahawks helped the
Snohomish County Football Officials honor the student athletes in attendance,
five of whom were given scholarships to help them further their education.
Seahawks punter Jon Ryan and placekicker Steven Hauschka were the featured
speakers at this year's celebration. "High school was probably the most
memorable years of playing sports in my life," Jon Ryan said to those in
attendance. “Really cherish these times. Really enjoy each other. These are the
times you'll never forget."
The evening included a
Q&A with Seahawks punter Jon Ryan and placekicker Steven Hauschka.
SCFOA Hall of Fame Banquet athletes, parents and coaches listen to guest
The evening concluded with honoring all the student athletes accomplishments and
the award presentations:
Murphy--Foster Wade, Conner Longoria; Arlington--Max Gray, Sean Patnode;
Cascade--Nathan Elliot, Randin Crecelius; Darrington--Garrett Green, Colin
Davis; Edmonds-Woodway--Davis Giles, Travis Bakken; Everett--Pablo Yeo-Torres,
Lucas Arnestad; Glacier Peak--Zachary Petersen, Nick Hensley; Jackson--Nicholas
White, Jake Miles; Kamiak--Nicholas Taglialavore, Henderson Belk; Lake
Stevens--Gavin O'Neil, Tanner Krenz; Lakewood--Eric Murray, Jacob DeWitt;
Lynnwood--David Vo, Hunter Lord; Mariner--Nickolas Smith, Curtis Billen;
Marysville-Getchell--Brandon Stickels, Tanner Wilcoxson; Marysville Pilchuck--Ryan
Spiva, Ben Northrop; Meadowdale--Isaiah Barhoum, Aaron Yared; Monroe--Hunter
Bingham, Lucas Waller; Snohomish--Michael Sanders, Corey Rodgers; South
Whidbey--Nick French, Beck Davis; Stanwood--Drew Wright, Alec Scappini;
Sultan--Christopher Branham, Taylor Comfort.
"That was the first Seahawk I've
ever seen in person, and to have them shake my hand &
say congratulations to me is pretty exciting."
Lucas Waller - Lineman & award winner
2013 HOF AWARD WINNERS
Nicholas Taglialavore - Kamiak High School - Mukilteo, WA
Lucas Waller - Monroe High School - Monroe, WA
Brandon Stickels - Marysville Getchell High School - Marysville, WA
Hunter Bingham - Monroe High School - Monroe, WA
Tanner Wilcoxson - Marysville Getchell High School - Marysville, WA
2012 BANQUET SPEAKER
2012 Annual Hall of Fame Scholar Athlete Awards Banquet was held on Wednesday
December 5th 2012 in the Edward Hansen Conference Center at the Comcast Arena in
Everett Washington. Legendary coach and Snohomish product, Keith Gilbertson, Jr.
was the guest speaker for the 31st annual banquet.
Keith Gilbertson JrKeith Gilbertson Jr.. "Gilby" is currently a scout with the
Cleveland Browns of the NFL. He has served as the head football coach at the
University of Idaho (1986–1988), the University of California, Berkeley
(1992–1995), the University of Washington (2003–2004) and an assistant coach for
the Seattle SeaHawks.
He may have brought some luck to a couple of Snohomish Panthers in attencance.
Kyle Gionet and Tanner Perry from Snohomish High School each won scholarships
from the Snohomish County Football Officials Hall of Fame. Along with Kyle and
Tanner, Mountlake Terrace's Alex Hansen, Granite Fall's Thomas Eadie III and
Lake Stevens Blake Sander, who all took home a scholarship.
Gilbertson said after the ceremony. "All of these young people are incredible,
it's just amazing to me the quality of the resumes. All of the things they've
done. Not just athletically, but academically as well. And giving back to the
community too. I was really overwhelmed by all these student athletes."
2008 BANQUET SPEAKER
Lambright is best known for his long association with the University of
Washington football program. Jim played for the Huskies from 1960-1965, and
graduated with a degree in education. After graduation, he began his coaching
career at Fife High School and later at Shoreline Community College. In 1969,
Jim joined the UW coaching staff under the coached he played for, legendary
coach Jim Owens.
Jim served as Defensive Coordinator for the Huskies for 15 year, under Jim Owens
and Don James, and it was his “attack-style” defense that created havoc for
opposing teams. Under Jim’s leadership, the defense for the UW’s 1991 National
Championship team led the nation and the PAC-10 in nearly every category.
During the 1993-1998 seasons, Jim Lambright was the Head Coach of the Husky
football team. His teams were bowl eligible every year, won one PAC-10 title and
led his team to four post-season bowl games.
During his coaching career, Jim honed his skills as a teacher, mentor and team
builder. When he left the University of Washington in 1999, Jim translated his
football coaching skills to the business world. He joined Lou Tice and The
Pacific Institute as a Vice President and Keynote speaker, encouraging and
challenging people to build strong work teams through communication, dedication,
commitment and trust. Building a team on the field required the same elements as
building a team on the production floor, in an office, or in the boardroom.
Whether he is speaking around the world to audiences as large as 5,000 or
mentoring one-on-one, Jim is a natural because he considers himself a teacher
first. His dedication to education and mentoring and his ability to bring out
the best in others has garnered him the respect of all who meet him in the
sports community and the world as a whole.
An Everett native, Jim and his wife Lynne, make their home near Woodinville.
They have six children and nine grandchildren. Jim continues his speaking and
corporate team building while heading the Jim Lambright Niemann-Pick Foundation
to search for a cure for Niemann-Pick, Type C. A neurogenetic disease that
afflicts two of their sons. His vision has changed from next week’s game, to
corporate team building and to creating a renowned medical research team at the
UW School of Medicine dedicated to finding a cure for Niemann-Pick, Type C.
As a team-building and leadership consultant, Jim now works with Turner
Construction and other companies creating positive growth and change in their
leaders and teams. His keynote speaking and mentoring continue to touch and
change peoples lives.
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