Temecula Valley High School Hall of Fame Members
Greg, a 1991 graduate of Temecula Valley High School, was a captain of the 1990 CIF championship football team and was named All-CIF as a wide receiver. He was also led the soccer team as a captain to a CIF Championship in 1991 and was named All-CIF for his efforts.
Athletic Director, Coach
Stan was Temecula Valley High School’s first athletic director and was a member of the football coaching staff. His role as our athletic director for more than twenty years was pivotal in establishing the traditions and success of Golden Bear Athletics.
Rich served as the head varsity baseball coach at Temecula Valley High School from 1990-2003 where he lead the baseball teams to a CIF finals appearance in 1992, four CIF semifinal appearances and nine league titles. Rich was elected into the CIF Southern Section Hall of Fame in 2007. He also coached varsity boy’s golf and the varsity girls tennis.
Reed, a 1995 graduate of Temecula Valley High School, was a member of both the varsity baseball and soccer teams. He was named All-League and All-County in baseball and played at Cal State Fullerton where he became an Academic All-American. Reed was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays and played for more than a decade in Major League Baseball.
Trinity, a 1993 graduate, was a four-year member of the Temecula Valley High School softball team. She was named All-League and All-CIF. While attending the University of South Carolina, Trinity was a three-time first team All-American and was elected into the South Carolina Hall of Fame in 2004. She also played for the US National Team and Major League Fastpitch Softball.
Bud Kane was the first coach for the Temecula Valley High School Football team. He led the Golden Bears to a CIF Championship in 1990, and many league titles and playoff appearances. Bud also taught Physical Education at TVHS and served as the head coach for both boy’s golf and softball during his career.
Ronnie, a 1991 Temecula Valley High School graduate, was a member of the varsity football and wrestling teams. He was All-CIF in both sports. Ronnie was a two time All-League player and league MVP in football. He also was a member of our first league championship wrestling team and was a two time medalist at the State Wrestling Championships.
Perry was a longtime supporter of Temecula Valley High School where he volunteered countless hours to football, wrestling, and many other activities. He built the first “Bear Cave” and was instrumental in placing the “TV” at the top of our stadium. Perry’s many contributions are appreciated by so many.
Lisa V. Misipeka
Lisa, a 1993 graduate of Temecula Valley High School, was a member of the varsity track and field and girls’ basketball teams. She was a CIF Champion in track and field and went on to the University of South Carolina where she was a two time NCAA Champion, an eleven time All-American, won three SEC Titles, and is a member of both the South Carolina and SEC Hall of Fame. Lisa is also a three-time Olympian (1996, 2000, 2004).
Jessica Van Hoogen (Thompson)
Jessica, a 2005 graduate of Temecula Valley High School, was a four-year member of the girls’ basketball team and was an All-League and All-CIF performer. Jessica lead Boise State to its first ever WAC Conference Championship, WAC Tournament Championship, and was named WAC Tournament MVP and First Team All-Conference.