Scotts Valley to induct six Hall of Famers
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Jeff Metter
Jeff Metter
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Rich Hager
Rich Hager
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Isaac Dawid
Isaac Dawid
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Martin Muhoberac
Martin Muhoberac
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Brieanna Wright
Brieanna Wright
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Sarah Croskrey
Sarah Croskrey
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Scotts Valley High School will induct six members into its athletics hall of fame during a ceremony May 11.

Two coaches and four former athletes will be honored at 6:30 p.m. at the Scotts Valley Community Center, 361 Kings Village Road, in Scotts Valley, for their contributions to the school’s sporting history.

Tickets are $40. For information: Linda Benko, 818-8748.

The inductees include:

 

Jeff Metter

The longest-tenured coach at Scotts Valley High School, Metter has been the defensive coordinator for the Falcons football team for 13 years.

He helped build the program from the ground up, helping coach Louie Walters win four consecutive Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League titles and make seven Central Coast Section playoff appearances.

Metter was a member of the 1978 University of California, Berkeley, national championship football team and tried out for several NFL teams.

He has coached five league MVPs and four all-state players while a member of the Scotts Valley team.

Walters called Metter “a great motivator” and a role model for Scotts Valley High School athletics.

 

Rich Hager

Hager has coached the boys and girls golf teams for 10 years.

During his tenure, he has coached three league champions. He has also earned coach of the year three times, twice with the girls team and once with the boys team.

He is known to his players as having a great mind for golf.

 

Isaac Dawid

A four-year athlete in basketball and football, Dawid might be the most well-rounded athlete to graduate from Scotts Valley High.

Dawid was a three-year varsity starter at quarterback and was named Santa Cruz Coast Athletic League football MVP his senior season. He was selected to the first team all-Central Coast Section and first team all-state in Division IV.

Dawid earned a scholarship and played for one season at Western Arizona University before transferring to De Anza College, where he made the all-conference team.

He has coached Scotts Valley’s quarterbacks for two years.

 

Martin Muhoberac

A four-year varsity football starter, Muhoberac holds the career school record with 143 catches and 1,714 receiving yards.

A three-time all-SCCAL winner, he was a team captain and team MVP his senior season and named athlete of the year at the high school.

Muhoberac also played four years of varsity basketball and made the all-league team.

Muhoberac played football at Cabrillo College for two years following graduation.

 

Brieanna Wright

A four-year varsity volleyball and soccer player, Wright was named to the soccer all-league team for three years and won the SCCAL Most Valuable Player award once.

She is the career scoring leader for the Scotts Valley High School soccer team and notched an amazing 46 goals in one season.

Wright also excelled in track and field, qualifying for the section meet for three years as the fastest girl at the school. She was also the first girl at the school to play three varsity sports as a freshman.

Wright played soccer at Santa Barbara City College for two years after high school.

 

Sarah Croskrey

A three-year varsity volleyball player, four-year varsity soccer player and two-year varsity softball player, Croskrey is one of the most decorated athletes in Scotts Valley High School history.

She was the SCCAL softball defensive player of the year, was named to the SCCAL all-league soccer team for four seasons and earned goalkeeper of the year honors once. As a keeper, she had 49 career shutouts.

She earned a four-year full-ride athletic scholarship to play soccer for Saint Joseph’s College of Indiana. She started there for four years and earned defensive player of the year twice. She holds the college record for most saves.

 

 

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