The Mt. SAC Relays opened a High School Hall of Fame in 2006 to honor athletes and teams who have made significant contributions both to the Relays and the sport of track and field. The Mt. SAC Hall of Fame Committee meets each year to consider new members. The current Hall of Fame members are listed below in order of the year in which they were inducted.

Janeene Vickers - Pomona High School
Inducted: 2006

Janeene had an amazing career at the Relays. She won the 100 and 200 in 1987, the 400 in 1986, the 100 hurdles in 1986 and the 300 hurdles in 1986 and 1987. Her 53.28 for the 400 and 13.56 for the 100 hurdles both still stand as Relays records.

Janeene Vickers - Pomona HS
Miguel Fletcher - Alemany High School
Inducted: 2006

Miguel performed quite well at the Relays winning five sprint titles. He captured the 100 in 1997 and 1998 and the 200 in 1996, 1997 and 1998. His best marks were 10.68 for the 100 and 21.06 for the 200. Miguel then continued his career at USC.

Miguel Fletcher - Alemany HS
Marion Jones - Rio Vista High School & Thousand Oaks High School
Inducted: 2006

Marion won the 100 at the Relays in 1991 and 1992 and the 400 event in 1990 and 1992. Additionally, she was a four time State champion in the 100 and 200 from 1990 through 1993 and also won a long jump title in 1993 during her senior year. She still holds the Federation 100 record. Her legendary post high school career included winning five Olympic medals in 2000.

Marion Jones - Rio Vista HS & Thousand Oaks HS
Long Beach Poly and John Muir High Schools
Inducted: 2006

The support for the Mt. SAC Relays and the success of these two schools is nothing short of unreal. No other school has ten wins in relay events at Mt. SAC, yet Poly has won 47 and Muir a total of 52. The dominance of these two schools is simply amazing. One or the other holds the present Relays meet record in the boy's and girl's 4x100, boy's and girl's 4x200, the boy's 4x400, the girl's 4x800 and the girl's shuttle hurdles. Poly has also been the Team Sweepstakes Champion for all four years since the award was started on the boy's side and three out of four years on the girl's side. Numerous national records also reside with these schools.

Long Beach Poly & John Muir HS
Natalie Kaaiawahia - Fullerton High School
Inducted: 2006

Natalie was an outstanding thrower at Fullerton, winning the shot put and discus three times at the Relays in 1981, 1982 and 1983. She held the National Record of 53- 7.75 for 20 years and still holds the High School record here at the Relays of 51-7.

Natalie Kaaiawahia - Fullerton HS
Michael Granville - Bell Gardens High School
Inducted: 2006

Michael was a four time 400 champion at the Relays from 1993-1996. He still holds the prep meet record with his best of 46.49, accomplished when he was a junior. He still holds the National High School record for 800 meters at 1:46.45.

Michael Granville - Bell Gardens HS
Jeremy Fischer - Camarillo High School
Inducted: 2006

Jeremy won the High Jump title at the Relays in 1992, 1993 and 1994. He jumped 7-3 in 1993 which still stands as the Relays record. As a Wisconsin Badger, he won the Invitational section in 1998. Jeremy is now the jumps coach at Oklahoma.

Jeremy Fischer - Camarillo HS
Angela Williams - Chino High School
Inducted: 2006

Angela had one of the storied prep careers. At Mt. SAC she won the 100 in 1997 and 1998 and captured the 200 in 1996 and 1998 and the 400 in 1995. She still holds the 100 records at 11.40 at the Relays. She went on to capture four state sprint titles and was also a four time NCAA champion in the 100 while competing for USC.

Angela Williams - Chino HS
Gervaise McGraw - Ganesha High School
Inducted: 2006

Gervaise had a very successful career while at Ganesha. She won both the 100 and 200 at the Relays in 1981 and 1982. She was also a California State champion in the 100 and the 400. She then had a very successful career at USC.

Gervaise McGraw - Ganesha HS
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