Paso Robles High to induct new Hall of Fame members
–Paso Robles High School will be inducting four new members into its Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 30, during the halftime of the varsity football game.
Paul Hahn (class of 1972) was the first freshman at PRHS to win a league golf title and qualify for CIF. He was selected All-League for four years and was the league MVP in 1970 and undefeated in 1972. He continued his career at San Jose State where he placed 18th at the NCAA championships.
Juanetta Perkins (class of 1989) was the PRHS co-athlete of the year in 1989. She was all-league in volleyball and basketball. She was a league champion in the triple jump, long jump, and high jump and led her team to a league championship all four years. She attended Alabama A & M where she played basketball and volleyball and was named Athlete of the Year in 1994.
Dugan Kelly (class of 1996) was the 1996 National High School Rodeo Champion Team Roper. As a freshman at Cal Poly, he qualified for the National College Rodeo Finals. As a professional, he was the US Team Roping Champion Open Champion in 2001, Team USA Gold Medalist in 2002, and George Strait Team Roping Champion in 2013. He has won 14 professional rodeo championships during his career as a team roper.
Brett Collins (class of 1999) was the team captain of the 1998 CIF championship football team where he was also the league MVP as well as being on the CIF First Team as a running back and Second Team All-American. He was a two-time league champion in track in the 100M. He was nominated to play in the California Shrine All-Star Game and played football for four years at Sacramento State.