Minneota to induct 10 into Hall of Fame
The second induction ceremony into the Minneota Hall of Fame will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday at the competition gym at Minneota High School.
Last year, the Hall of Fame was initiated with 10 inductees and for the second straight year, 10 more people will be inducted.
One team, the 2006 State Championship Volleyball team, will be inducted into the Hall. Some members of the team are expected to be represented.
•Minneota quarterback Chris Meidt;
•Golf Coach Hall of Famer Dick Culshaw;
•Three-sport star Ron Davidson who played on the only Minneota baseball team to reach state in 1957;
•Teacher and Coach Jim Rolbiecki;
•Rolbiecki’s daughter Jamie Rolbiecki Bossuyt, a three-sport star; •First state wrestling champion Kris Fier;
•Mentor and administrator Gerald Olson; •Coach and Athletic Director Dale Yost and
•Three-sport star and captain and MVP of the North Dakota football team Joe Anderson.
Jim Rolbiecki and his daughter Jami being inducted in the same year is a special honor for the Rolbiecki family.
In addition, Chris Meidt follows by one year the induction of his father Gerhard in the initial class of inductees.
The induction of Gerald Olson comes as many people believed his leadership and dedication to excellence, participation and sportsmanship should be honored with an induction into the Minneota Hall of Fame.