2018 Hall of Fame Induction
In its second year of recognitions, the Highland High School Rebel Athletic Hall of Fame will honor the following inductees during halftime of the first home football game on Friday, August 31:
Sandy Golden Murphy, Scott Street, and Johnny Carter.
A dress-casual reception for the honorees will begin at 5 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. Food and drink will be provided by First Community Bank of Highland. All Rebel families and friends are invited.
Presentation of plaques provided by FNBC Bank will be at halftime of the game.
Sandy was selected for All-State basketball honors three consecutive years; the first came as a sophomore in 1973 when the Lady Rebels won the state championship. She continues to follow and support all Rebel activities and strongly believes that young people gain great advantages by participating.
Scott graduated from HHS in 1982 after being named All-State, All-Star, and All-American in the fall of 1981 when he was quarterback for the state champion football Rebels. He also excelled in basketball, track, and baseball at Highland. He has been an advocate of Rebel Pride worldwide.
Mr. Carter began his connection with Rebel sports in 1968 when he was employed at HHS as an English teacher and started keeping stats and announcing sporting events. He continues to operate the football scoreboard clock and keep official basketball scorebooks for most home games. His encouragement to Highland players and coaches spans more than 50 years.