M-A announces its new Athletic Hall of Fame inductees

by Contributed Content on August 29, 2014

Menlo-Atherton High School announced its newest inductees to the Athletic Hall of Fame on Wednesday. They are:

  • Greg Camarillo (class of 1999): four-year letterman in football who also played basketball; went on to the NFL
  • Kelly Eaton (class of 2006): swimmer and water polo player, earning MVP owners
  • Connie and Owen Hawkins (1989-93): founders of the Booster Club
  • Erica Hayes (class of 2008): basketball player who is playing professionally in Europe
  • Jeremy Mineua (class of 2004): cross country and track, finishing first in the 3200m race at the CCS Championships two years in a row
  • Susan Mohr (2004-present): booster who initiated the Big Bear Run
  • Kitty Moore (1969-2012): parent volunteer/boys soccer who continued to support the sport after her children graduated from M-A
  • Brent Vartan (class of 1994): football, soccer, track and field, excelling at all; played football at Cal
  • Plato Yanicks (1965-1994): coach, cross country/track and field whose teams teams at Alameda, Hillsdale and M-A won a total of 20 boys and girls varsity championships in cross country and track and 29 minor championships
  • 1978 Girls Swim Team: coached by coached by Inez Nagai, will go down in history as the first M-A Girls CCS championship team
  • 1989 Boys Basketball Team: coached by Jeff Klenow, dominated their Peninsula Athletic League opponents during the 1988-89 season, with average margin of victory 25 points

Pictured from left to right are Susan Mohr, Plato Yanicks, Atiba Williams, Erica Hayes, Connie Hawkins

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