• Class of 2003 Wall of Fame Members
  • Robert Foth
    • Class of 1976
    • Varsity Rifle - 4 years
    • In his final two years, he posted the highest average score on the team
    • Competed at the college level at Clarkson and then William and Mary
    • Competed in 3 Olympics, earning a Silver Medal in three-position rifle at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, Spain.
    • Currently is Director of Training for the Civilian Marksmanship Program in Colorado Springs
    Susan Schaefer Morgan
    • Class of 1977
    • Varsity Cross Country - 3 years
    • Varsity Track - 4 years
    • In her senior year, she set the National Two Mile Record for high school girls
    • State Champion in both the 1 mile and 2 mile events
    • National Junior Olympic 3000 Meter Championship at UCLA
    • All-American Honors in 1977
    • Female Athlete of the Year in 1977
    • Earned full athletic scholarship to Eastern Kentucky
    • Attended Olympic training camp in Squaw Valley in 1977 and 1978
  • Jack Hesslink
    • Physical Education Teacher for 34 years
    • Clarence's first Athletic Director - served for 26 years
    • Between 1955 and 1964 while working as a teacher and coach for the Clarence schools, he became active in youth programs for the Town of Clarence
    • Started the Town's first summer recreation program and the Junior Olympic Track and Field Program
    • 1964 Athletic Director of the Year
    • Responsible for establishing the White Letter Award and the Clarence Athlete of the Year Award
    • Coached many sports at Clarence most notable the Football squad
    • In 1964 the school had 12 boy's teams and 2 girl's teams
    • By the time he retired, he doubled the size of the program and added opportunities for girls and junior high students

    Mark Murphy
    • Class of 1973
    • Varsity Football
    • Varsity Basketball
    • Varsity Baseball
    • Earned League Honors in all three sports
    • Earned Regional and State Honors in Football
    • Clarence Male Athlete of the Year in 1972 and 1973
    • Attended Colgate University
    • Inducted in the Colgate Hall of Honor in 1985
    • Played Free Safety with the Washington Redskins for 8 seasons
    • Co-Captain of the 1982 Super Bowl Champions
    • Made the Pro-Bowl in 1983
    • Currently is President of the Green Bay Packers