Hall of Fame

The Sacred Heart Athletic Hall of Fame was initiated in 1980 to honor the individual efforts that have contributed to the school's outstanding athletic success over the years. Requirements for selection are:

  1. an athlete must be at least fifteen years out of school, and
  2. must have been recognized as an outstanding contributor to the athletic program.

A sketch of each inductee along with a brief list of accomplishments hangs in the school hall.

2016 Sacred Heart Hall of Fame Inductees

The 2016 Hall of Fame honorees are Chris Wood ’86, Andrea Campbell Tuttle ’91 and John Hunter ‘97. The three were inducted during half time of the Homecoming game on September 30, 2016 and will bring the total number of enshrined athletes to 101.

Chris Wood '86

Chris '86, Andrea '91 and John '97

Chris earned 8 varsity letters and received All State honors as a sophomore running back when he scored 15 touchdowns and gained 286 yards in one game. Although injuries slowed him down he was the team’s second leading scorer in his final 2 seasons. Chris was also MVP and leading hitter of the baseball team. Chris and his wife Carmen live at Lake Isabella and he is an electrician for Edmore electric.

Andrea Campbell  Tuttle '91

Andrea was twice MVP of both basketball and softball, receiving All State honors in both sports. She was the leading scorer on the 1990 basketball team and scored 513 career points including a 27 point game. In softball she was the first Irish pitcher to collect 20 wins in a season. Andrea has a Doctorate in Education Leadership and is currently Superintendent of Schools at Owosso Public Schools. She and husband John have 2 children.

John Hunter '97

John earned All State honors in baseball where he played in 2 State Championship games. He was the MVP and leading scorer on the 1997 basketball team and totaled 585 career points. John also quarterbacked the football team into the playoffs in 1996. He is co-owner of Hunter Family Restaurants. John and his wife Denae have two children at Sacred Heart.