Class of 2017

Willis Ball


To become a champion, an athlete must have a rare combination of talent, skill, dedication and in most cases a parent or mentor that provides support and inspiration. Read More “Willis Ball”

Brian Boccio


History occasionally repeats itself. Growing up, Brian Boccio looked up to his father Jim Boccio, Jr. (HOF 2009) and wanted to follow in his footsteps. In 1992 he accomplished his goal. Read More “Brian Boccio”

Horace “Zedo” Cattolico

Community Service Recipient

Horace “Zedo” Cattolico began a very long and distinguished career of serving Antioch’s youth in 1970 as a Coach for the Delta Volkswagon “Bugs” in the Antioch Little League West Minor Division. Read More “Horace “Zedo” Cattolico”

Tasha Cupp


Dynamic pitcher Tasha Cupp highlighted a stellar senior year in 1994 at Antioch High by being named the Bay Valley Athletic League Player of the Year. Cupp was named 1st Team All-BVAL and 1st Team All-East Bay. She led the Pantherettes, being named team MVP. Read More “Tasha Cupp”

Daniel Denham


With a blazing fastball in the mid 90 miles per hour, Daniel Denham christened the young Deer Valley baseball program in 1998 with a career that continues to be talked about today. Major League scouts were in attendance at most of the games Denham pitched his last two seasons. Read More “Daniel Denham”

Shannon Felix


In 1980, the Antioch High School Wrestling Team welcomed sophomore Shannon Felix to their squad. At the time, little did they know that he would go on to become one of the most successful wrestlers in the history of AHS. Read More “Shannon Felix”

Kris Gravelle

All-Around Athlete

From the fields and courts of Antioch High School to the Volleyball Court at UC Davis, Kris Gravelle displayed leadership, consistency, versatility and a plethora of talents. Kris was named to six different All-Bay Valley Athletic League teams, including five First-Team selections, in her amazing high school career. Read More “Kris Gravelle”

Chris Hurd


Chris Hurd’s varsity football career started out with a bang. The 140 pound freshman quarterback was thrown into the starting role with 2 games left in the season due to an injury to Deer Valley’s starting quarterback. Without hesitating, he promptly threw his first 2 passes for touchdowns. Read More “Chris Hurd”

Angela Lindsay

Water Polo

Whether in the fall or in the spring, Angela Lindsay was sure to be making a splash in the pool at Antioch High. Angela had been swimming competitively since the age of 5, but truly excelled when she embarked on the sport of water polo her sophomore year at AHS. She quickly adapted and scored 34 goals that year on the varsity team. Read More “Angela Lindsay”

Herb Miles


The fitness legend and folklore of Herbie Miles ran wild throughout the sandlots of Antioch in the late 60’s and 70’s and now Herb enters the Antioch Sports Legends Hall of Fame. Read More “Herb Miles”