WORTHINGTON -- Six new inductees for the Worthington High School Hall of Fame will be introduced Friday at halftime of the high school football game between Sibley East and Worthington. Here are brief sketches of the inductees:
Maria Boever (Wipf)
Class of 2006
Lettered four years in basketball, named All-Conference four years and first team All-State two years. Team MVP two years. Member 2004 state tournament team and 2005 Minnesota Basketball News 3AAA Player of the Year. 2006 McDonald’s All-American nominee, 2006 Miss Minnesota Basketball nominee.
WHS career leader in steals (420) and points scored (1,941). Played basketball at South Dakota State University.
Holli Aggen (Baan Hofman)
Class of 2009
Four-year letter winner in basketball, All-Conference and honorable mention three years and team MVP two years. McDonald’s All-American nominee and Miss Minnesota Basketball nominee. State tournament appearances two years and second-team All-State. WHS career leader in 3-pointers and second in points scored.
Lettered four years in volleyball, and team MVP two years. Two years all-conference.
All-conference in track and field. Lettered two years in softball. Played college basketball at the University of Sioux Falls.
Class of 1994
Lettered two years in football. Lettered two years in basketball, was All-Conference two years. Southwest Conference championship, section championship, state tournament appearance.
Participated in college basketball and golf at Dakota Wesleyan.
Class of 1971
Lettered two years in football, one year in track and field and one year in wrestling. Athletic trainer for more than 40 years at all levels of athletics, including individual and team national champions. Worked as University of Minnesota basketball trainer for 28 years. Worked NCAA tournaments, including as host trainer for two NCAA Final Fours and served as athletic trainer for three USA Junior Pan Am wrestling teams. Was selected to work two Olympic festivals and was on the 1991 USA World University team medical staff.
Honors: 1999 National Athletic Trainers Association service award. Is 2005 Minnesota Athletic Trainers Association Hall of Fame inductee.
Class of 2001
Lettered three years in football and was All-Conference two years, team MVP and team captain. Lettered six years in wrestling, was co-captain four years and all-conference five years. State team participant in 1997 (fifth place), 1998 (fourth place), 1999 (first place), 2000 (third place), 2001 (first place). USA Wrestling magazine first-team All-American in 2001. Career record 165-23.
Participated in college wrestling at Minnesota West and South Dakota State University.
Class of 1973
Involved in Worthington athletics for more than 40 years. Always willing to help out, from crowd control to running a score clock and scoreboard, to setting up an event, or any other job asked of him.