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2012 Hall of Fame

2012-2013 Nampa High School

Hall of Fame

 

Distinguished Citizen-Bulldog Supporter

 

Jeff Henderson

 

Jeff served as president of the Revived Booster Club.  He was involved in rejuvenating the booster club to become an active force in supporting Nampa High School.  He was instrumental in soliciting school board support for remodeling and modernizing of Nampa High School.  Jeff was a staunch supporter of volleyball and girls basketball, hosting many dinners and activities at his home.  The Booster Club has continued to flourish since the Jeff Henderson era. 

 Jeff Henderson

 

 

Team:  1993 State Champion Wrestling Team

 

Wrestling Team

 

 

This team holds the latest state championship title for Nampa High School. 

 

The 1992-93 Wrestling Bulldogs: 

 

Justin Clark

Dan Alban

Pat Simpson

Corey Caywood          2nd at State

Adam Chandler          3rd at State

Aaron Chandler          2nd at State

Phil Simpson               3RD at State

Mike Calkins

Eric Caywood

Travis Caywood

Joe Lammers

Jeremy Caywood

Jeremy Jones

Lennie Torres

 

 

  

 

Coach:

 

Jim Squibb

Jim Squibb

 

Coach of the Year 1993

Coached the 1993 A-1 State Champion Wrestling Team

Coached the 1992 District Championship Team, qualifying 18 wrestlers to state

Coached the 1993 District Championship Team, qualifying 14 wrestlers to state

 

Over the course of seven years coaching Nampa High Wrestling, his teams recorded 77 dual wins and 26 losses (75% winning percentage).

 

His teams won numerous tournament titles, including winning the Caldwell Tournament six out of seven years.

 

Coach’s comments:

The 1993 state championship team was characterized by a number of highly dedicated athletes that epitomized what the word “TEAM” means.  Our winning the state title was the result of true team effort.  Qualifying 14 individuals to the state meet, all 14 contributed to the title; winning at least one match and several scoring upsets over higher seeded opponents.

 

I was truly blessed to have had the privilege of working with not only good athletes, but more importantly, great young men.

 

Winning a state championship is always considered a high achievement, but winning the right way through hard work, sacrifice, and dedication is particularly rewarding.  I will always cherish my memories of those individuals and their triumphs on the mat and in life.  My wish for all of them is to continue to apply those hard lessons learned through a grueling sport and continue being champions in life.

 

 

   

 

Female Athlete:

 

Lynsay (Lampman) Ludwig

 

Lindsey Lampman

 

Lynsay graduated from Nampa High School in 1996 after an illustrious high school career in three sports, Volleyball, Basketball, and Softball.  Lynsay made the varsity team for all three sports as a sophomore.  Her junior and senior years, she garnered votes for all conference in each sport. 

 

After high school, Lynsay played volleyball four years at College of Idaho.  She was All Conference and defensive MVP her senior year.  She set career records for digs per game and total digs in a career.  Lynsay graduated in 2000 with a BS in Exercise Science with a minor in coaching. 

Lynsay also coached freshman and sophomore basketball for NHS while attending C of I.

After graduation at C of I, she was an assistant coach for C of I for three seasons while earning a Master’s Degree in Exercise & Sports Studies from BSU in 2003.  Lynsay went to Physical Therapy school at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Oregon and graduated with honors in 2007 with a Doctorate of Physical Therapy Degree.

She is currently employed as a physical therapist for Canyon West Rehab skilled nursing facility in Caldwell.  She has also worked in acute and outpatient physical therapy.

 

Lynsay married Kyle Ludwig in 2007 and they have two children, Gavin (3) and Devyn (1).  They currently reside in Caldwell.

 

 

  

 

Male Athlete:

 

Andrew (Andy) Vasquez

 

Andy Vasquez

 

Andrew graduated from Nampa High School in 1976, however, he competed in Pole Vault while still a freshman at West Junior High School.  He lettered in track four years, football three years and basketball two years.  Andy also participated in Concert and Marching Band for three years and served as class president his junior and senior years.

 

Andy was 2nd at district in pole vault his junior year and 2nd at state.  He was selected as co-captain his junior year as well as his senior year.

He won the district championship his senior year and held the top vault of 14’ but became ill and did not place at state. 

 

In football, he was selected as co-captain, All Treasure Valley 2nd team at Wide Receiver and was ranked the #7 receiver in the SIC.

 

In basketball, he was co-captain his senior year, made the All Treasure Valley team, 2nd team All SIC and the fourth leading scorer in the SIC.

 

Andy was also honored as a High School All-American in leadership, sports, school, community, his junior and senior year.  As a senior, he received the Most Valuable Athlete Award.