Medical Lake High School

Medical Lake High School
Medical Lake High School
Medical Lake, WA, USA
Type Public
Motto "Soaring into the future to create a better tomorrow"
Established 1905
School district Medical Lake School District #326
Principal John McSmith
Faculty 67
Number of students 638
Campus Closed-campus
Color(s) Cardinal Red, and white
Athletics WIAA 2A (District 7)

Medical Lake High School is located in Medical Lake, Washington. The school mascot is the cardinals.



This city of Medical Lake is a city in Spokane County, Washington, United States. The population was 4,358 people at the 2000 census. The area surrounding Medical Lake is known as the West Plains and there are 4 lakes within a close proximity surrounding the city of Medical Lake, they include: Medical Lake, West Medical Lake, Silver Lake and Clear Lake.

School Administration

  • Principal: John McSmith
  • Vice Principal: Darlene Starr
  • Athletic Director: Chris Spring

Medical Lake High School Athletic Hall Of Fame

Medical Lake Athletic Hall of Fame is being established to begin a rally to support today’s Medical Lake Student Athletes and enhance the image of public education and athletics in the Medical Lake School District.

The M.L.H.S Athletic Hall of Fame is an activity which honors our proud graduates. The people inducted into the Hall of Fame are distinguished alumni of M.L.H.S. who have made outstanding contribution in their high school career or chosen fields.They serve as excellent role models for today’s student athletes.

The Hall of Fame committee reviews all applications nominating candidates for the Hall of Fame. Guidelines stipulate that the candidate must have graduated from M.L.H.S. and a period of ten years must have elapsed since his/her contributions of achievements in high school and/or since graduation from high school.

Nominations are accepted as an ongoing basis. Nominees remain eligible for consideration for five years, after which their nominations must be updated.The steering committee announces its selection in July of each year, and the induction ceremony takes place on Alumni Recognition Night, scheduled to coincide with the high school annual homecoming weekend in September or October.


Must have either graduated from Medical Lake High School or participated in Medical Lake High School athletics during his/her senior year (example: student that transfers after playing a fall sport during his/her senior year). Must have made a contribution to Medical Lake High School Athletics. Individuals are not eligible until a period of ten years after graduation from Medical Lake High School.


All-League, All-State, Individual State champ (if applicable), scholar athlete, continued community contributor, letters of recommendation, outstanding life/professional achievements.


Must have achieved a high level of success in state competition. Teams are not eligible until a period of ten years after that sport season.


State champion, team academic state champion, and letters of recommendation.


Must have coached at Medical Lake High School for a minimum of ten years. Current coaches on staff are not eligible.


Successful win/loss records, continued contributions to community, letters of recommendation, outstanding life/professional achievements, graduate of Medical Lake High School, Medical Lake community member.



Current members:

Greg Dunn - Class of 1976

An outstanding athlete during high school, Greg was a three sport varsity letterman in football, basketball, and track, earning MVP honors for football more than once. After being selected for the First team All Frontier League as a running back, Greg was listed in Popular Sports Magazine as being among the top one hundred high school running backs in the nation. Besides playing football and basketball, Greg’s speed was quite evident during the track season, where, besides being the Team Captain he was Frontier League Champion in the low hurdles. This qualified him for State, and he finished 2nd in the Frontier League in the 100 yard dash.

Greg was Class Valedictorian and Senior Male Athlete of the Year in 1976. Voted First team All Frontier League both as an offensive running back and defensive back certainly caught the eye of coaches at the University of Montana in Missoula where Greg continued to shine. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration in 1980 with a GPA of 3.2 and was a member of Beta Alpha Psi.

While at the University of Montana he played in 40 consecutive football games earning First Team All Big Sky Conference as a defensive safety. He achieved Academic All Big Sky honors and was an Honorable Mention - All American in 1978. Similar honors followed in 1980 as he was again selected for the First Team All Big Sky Conference as a defensive safety, Second Team as a kick return specialist, Academic All Big Sky, Honorable Mention - All American, Football Team Captain, and Golden Helmet award winner.

Following graduation from the University of Montana, Greg was signed on by the Seattle Seahawks as a defensive back and later released on waivers.

At the time of his induction into the MLHS Hall of Fame in 2009, Greg was a Computer Consultant working in the San Francisco area with their public transit system.

Tammy Simmons - Class of 1987

Tammy played softball, basketball, and volleyball every year during her high school career. A four year letterman in softball, three years in basketball and two in volleyball, Tammy was selected as Female Athlete of the Year her senior year. She was selected First Team All Conference in both softball and basketball her junior and senior years and also Second Team All Conference in volleyball both years. Second Team All Conference honors during her freshman and sophomore years resulted from her play in softball and basketball.

Besides her outstanding athletic high school career, Tammy was active in other areas as well. She graduated in the top 10% of her class academically, was voted Senior Class Vice – President and Senior Homecoming Queen.

Following high school, Tammy enrolled at Spokane Falls Community College and after attaining a two year degree transferred to Eastern Washington University where she earned her four year degree.

At the time of Tammy’s induction into the MLHS Hall of Fame in 2009, she worked in the Special Education Department at the Medical Lake Middle School and coached softball, volleyball, and track for twenty years. She coached the MLMS volleyball team in 2002 to an undefeated season.

James Hillbrick - Class of 1964

Jim played football, basketball and baseball every year while attending MLHS, adding track to that list his last two years. Jim batted 353 during the baseball season of 1963 and later received the “Football Coaches Award” that same year. He was Co-Captain of the Cardinal basketball team in 1963 and 64’ and as a member of the 1964 team that finished 2nd in State, made the 2nd All State Team. Jim was designated an Honorary Captain for the high school baseball team his senior year.

Following graduation from MLHS, Jim attended Seattle Pacific College (University) on a basketball scholarship. During his sophomore year there, his team made it to the NCAA Small College Regional Championships.

After receiving his BA in Education in 1969, Jim coached basketball at Northwest College (University) in Kirkland, Washington for four years. In 1972 Jim attended Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California and graduated with a Master’s of Divinity degree in 1975. He began his ministry as Pastor for the Moscow Assembly of God Church in 1976 and served in that post until 1988. During this time he also enjoyed substitute teaching and coaching 9th grade girls basketball.

After a temporary absence from the pastorate, Jim worked for the United States Department of Agriculture in the Farm Service Agency where he had worked part time previously during his college years. He returned to full time pastoral ministry in 2000 until his retirement in 2009.

Jim remained active in recreational activities such as hiking, golfing, swimming, cycling, triathlons, and particularly basketball throughout his life.

The joy of Jim’s life has been his three daughters and three grandchildren. “To continue to live for the Lord and share His life and love with those around me” remained a personal goal of Jim’s throughout his adulthood.

Barbie (Goll) DeWitte - Class of 1980

A stellar scholar athlete throughout all four years of high school, Barbie was active in many other areas as well. She served as her Freshman Class Secretary and Sophomore Class Vice – President in addition to being elected as ASB Vice – President. She was a member of the Windborne Singers, Wind Ensemble, National Honor Society, High School Band, Flag Corp, Foreign Language Club, and Frontier League Leadership Committee. Barbie also was Co-Editor of the MLHS Annual.

Barbie earned varsity letters in both volleyball and track, Barbie really excelled in basketball, playing at the varsity level all four years. She was selected Team Captain for three years and was a two-time MVP. She earned All Frontier League Team honors her senior year and was the second leading scorer in league play her junior year and third leading scorer her senior year.

Following high school, Barbie earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Visual Communications with emphasis in Graphic Design from Western Washington University in 1984. Putting her education to work, Barbie was self employed for many years as a Graphic designer in the Seattle and Ellensburg areas. Barbie began teaching at Ellensburg High School in 2000 and at the time of her induction into the MLHS Hall of Fame in 2009, Barbie was serving as an Administrator for Ellensburg H.S., handling the responsibilities of Activities Director and ASB Advisor while still teaching Leadership classes and being the proud mom of two teenage children.

James Lundgren - Class of 1964

A lifelong resident of Medical Lake and a 1964 graduate from MLHS, James Lundgren is entered into the Medical Lake High School Hall of Fame as an Honorary Inductee for his unwavering and longtime support and devotion to the Medical Lake School District.

During all of his four years of high school Jim was the Varsity Football Student Team manager. He also filled the role of Varsity Baseball Student Team Manager his junior and senior years.

After graduating from MLHS, Jim attended Washington State University for several years before joining the U.S. Army Reserves. He re-entered WSU in 1969 and graduated in 1970 with a degree in Music Education. Jim returned to the Medical Lake area and worked for the University of Washington Primate Center for two and a half years. In 1973, Jim was hired by the MLSD and became the High School Band Director and added the Band Directorship for the Middle School to his teaching responsibilities in 1978. He also coached varsity tennis for several years at MLHS.

Jim retired from the Medical Lake School District in 2003 after 30 years of dedicated and devoted service. Jim Lundgren was a constant presence at most all home and away athletic events, directing the band in support of the Medical Lake Cardinals.

At the time of his induction into the Hall of Fame in 2009, Jim still involved himself with Medical Lake students as a District School Bus Driver.

Gary Gilbreth - Class of 1961

A lifelong resident of Medical Lake, Gary attended MLHS from 1957 to graduation in 1961. Gary made the transition from the old high school which was built in the early 1900s to the “new current school” between his junior and senior years. Gary was an outstanding athlete throughout his high school career. He lettered in baseball all four years and played on the District Championship Team in 1960. Football and basketball were also two sports that Gary participated in, lettering his sophomore, junior, and senior years as well.

Besides athletics, Gary was active within the Medical Lake High School Student Council. His senior year he was voted for having “Most School Spirit”.

As a young man, Gary partnered up with his father Fritz Gilbreth and worked along with his dad in their service station in Medical Lake that his dad had started in 1946. After his dad retired, Gary ran the business until 2006 when after sixty years of involvement, the business was sold and he retired.

Gary did not retire from community involvement however. For several years Gary served as the Medical Lake Lion’s Club President, Secretary, and as of 2009 continued to maintain his membership. For many years, Gary was a Medical Lake Volunteer Fireman and also drove the ambulance when the town had its own ambulance service. Gary served on the Civil Service Commission in Medical Lake for 8 years during the 1990s.

Along with his wife, Marlene, Gary helped raise a son and daughter, both of whom graduated from MLHS.


Dana Jensen - Class of 1964

Besides his interest and participation in varsity sports at MLHS, Dana was active in other school activities as well.

Growing up and working on the family farm, Dana was naturally very active in the MLHS chapter of the Future Farmers of America. He served as FFA President in 1964 along with being a member of the Dairy Judging Team. He was a member of the Parliamentary Procedure Club and served as a Junior Class Officer in 1963.

An excerpt from his mothers’ memoirs about Dana reads, “Dana – our oldest son, was so much help to us on the farm. He would try “anything” – sometimes it just didn’t work out – you might say he was the one his younger brother’s “learned” from – what to do and what not to do! They learned from his mistakes. He loved a challenge and always did his best”.

Dana fulfilled his youthful dreams of becoming a deep sea diver upon entering the US Navy in 1965. He became a casualty of the Vietnam War on April 17, 1969 leaving behind a wife and two children.

Our nation honors the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to duty and country of its Vietnam Veterans. In honor of the men and women of the armed services of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, the names of those who gave their lives and those who remain missing are forever inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.

We now humbly honor the name Dana Bruce Jensen here in the halls of Medical Lake High School.

Dannie Turnbough - Class of 1966

Dannie enjoyed his high school years. He had many friends. John Jensen was among his very best. Dannie was a three year letterman in wrestling and assuredly influenced John to wrestle during their remaining two high school years together. Dannie, in turn, followed John’s footsteps and joined the Cardinal football team his senior year. They were in the same class. They grew up together, worked together and were like adopted brothers to each other. Immediately after high school they joined the United States Marine Corp together. They died in the service of their country during the Vietnam War, two days apart from each other.

Dannie entered the United States Marine Corp in July, 1966. He became a casualty of the Vietnam War on August 29, 1967.

Our nation honors the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to duty and country of its Vietnam veterans. In honor of the men and women of the armed forces of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, the names of those who gave their lives and those who remain missing are forever inscribed on the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC.

We now humbly honor the name Charles Dannie Turnbough here in the halls of Medical Lake High School

Gary Glasgow - Class of 1964

Gary was a four year letterman in basketball and baseball, three year letterman in track and a two year letterman in football while at Medical Lake High School. An MVP and team captain in football, basketball, and baseball, Gary earned 2nd Team All State in basketball his senior year.

Following a stellar athletic high school career, Gary attended Eastern Washington State College in 1964 majoring in math and gaining his BA in Education in 1968. Gary achieved his Master’s degree in Administration in 1975. While at EWSC Gary played baseball for four years, starting in every game he played. He was an All Evergreen Conference player all four years and was an Honorable Mention All American player year. Gary also played three years of basketball at EWSC.

After college Gary became a teacher at Toutle Lake H.S. and was their head basketball and baseball coach from while there from 1968-71. Returning to MLHS Gary taught here from 1971 until his retirement in 1998. During that time Gary coached baseball for twenty seven years. He also coached football and boys and girls basketball for several years. Gary served as the Athletic Director at MLHS from 1995-98.

John Jensen – Class of 1966

While attending MLHS, John participated in varsity football for several years and earned “Lineman of the Year Award” in 1965. Following the football seasons, John participated and lettered in wrestling.

John had other interests while in school and managed to participate in other school activities while still competing in varsity sports. In 1963 he was a Freshman Class Officer. In 1964 he was a member of the MLHS chapter of the Future Farmers of America and was on the Dairy Judging Team. In 1965 John was a Junior Class Officer, Vice President of the FFA and a Dairy Judging Team member. During his senior year John was the FFA President and member of the Livestock Judging Team.

An excerpt from John’s mothers’ memoirs reads, “Johnny, our middle son was easy going – a wonderful help to us on the farm also. In fact, that was the happiest time of our life when we all lived together and worked together on the farm – each of the boys learned how to work, each had a tractor to take care of and use and each had a horse to love. Johnny loved sports and took an active part. He was dependable and kind – I’m so thankful we all had that “time” together”.

John entered the United States Marine Corp in July, 1966. He became a casualty of the Vietnam War on August 27, 1967.

Our nation honors the courage, sacrifice, and devotion to duty and country of its Vietnam Veterans. In honor of the men and women of the armed services of the United States who served in the Vietnam War, the names of those who gave their lives and those who remain missing are forever inscribed on the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC.

We now humbly honor the name John Ace Jensen here in the halls of Medical Lake High School.

Neal Sealock - Class of 1970

Neal participated in football, wrestling, and baseball all four years while attending MLHS, earning varsity letters twice in football and three times each in wrestling and baseball. In the winter of 1969-70 Neal earned a berth at the State Wrestling Tournament. Neal was the MVP for baseball in 1970. Besides staying busy with athletics, Neal was a member of the National Honor Society and began to display his outstanding leadership qualities through his involvement in student government. Neal was very active in MLHS Student Council activities and served as the Associated Student Body President his senior year.

Neal enrolled at Eastern Washington State College during the early 1970s and through the ROTC program earned his Bachelor’s degree in Military Science along with his private pilot’s license in 1974. Neal was recognized as Eastern Washington State University’s Distinguished Alumnus for 2003. Neal received his Master’s degree in International Relations from Troy University in 1985.

Neal became a Commissioned Officer in the United States Army in 1974. He attended a variety of military schools and rose steadily through the ranks, culminating in his promotion to Brigadier General on Jan. 1, 2002. Neal has received over a dozen military awards and honors for meritorious service during his long and distinguished military career.

Neal has spent his life serving our country through distinguished service to thousands of soldiers and a myriad of organizations. Besides serving at many U.S. Army Posts throughout the United States, his assignments have taken him and his wife Donna (MLHS Class of 1970) around the globe and he has served in virtually every level of command responsibility in the U.S. Army. Neal culminated his Army career as the Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Cadet Command, Ft. Monroe, Virginia in 2005. Neal culminated his Army career as the Deputy Commanding General, U.S. Army Cadet Command, Ft. Monroe, Virginia in 2005.

Neal became the Director of Spokane International Airport in December 2005.

Mike Nilles - Class of 1956

An outstanding athlete while at Medical Lake High School, Mike was a four year letterman in baseball and basketball and a three year letterman in football. An MVP at least once in all three sports, Mike also earned All League honors three years running in baseball and two years in football and basketball. A star quarterback and co-captain for football at MLHS, Mike led the team with drive and determination. Mike was a member of the 1956 basketball team that set a new one game scoring record in Washington high school basketball play with a team score of 123 points. Mike was selected as a member of the 1st Team All District basketball team his senior year. Elected class president his freshman year, Mike also served as Student Body President his junior year.

Following high school Mike attended Eastern Washington State College and worked the mound in baseball and carried the ball as a tailback on the football team. Injuries sidelined Mike while in college ending his competitive athletic career.

Mike was an active member of the Washington Air National Guard for fourteen years and has farmed in the Medical Lake area for thirty years raising four children in the process with his wife Linda.

A great supporter of and fan of Medical Lake High School sports, Mike has watched his children play sports at MLHS and now enjoys watching his grandchildren attend and play sports at the same school he and his wife attended.

Sally Chapman (McCarthy) - Class of 1979

A four year letterman in basketball and track, Sally also lettered in volleyball and cross country while attending Medical Lake High School. Besides lettering all four years in track, Sally earned track MVP honors each of those four years. She was Most Inspirational Player in basketball her freshman year and named Female Athlete of the Year in 1979. Not only being an outstanding athlete, Sally was an Academic Honor Society member throughout high school.

Sally continued as a student / athlete after entering the University of Oklahoma in 1979. En route to earning her Bachelor’s degree in Education in 1983, Sally was the BIG 8 Conference Champion in the high jump (6’0) in 1980. In 1981 she placed 6th in the A1AW Nationals (6’0) and 2nd at the BIG 8 Indoor Championships. She placed 4th at the BIG 8 Indoor Championships in 1982. Sally has a career best high jump of 6’1 ¼”. As in high school, Sally’s concentration wasn’t solely on athletics. She found her name on the Dean’s List more than once with a 4.0 grade average.

Sally has two grown children and currently is a business woman in the Yakima Valley, where she continues on the path she has followed for over thirty years in pursuit of fitness and wellness. She has coached, volunteered, and officiated track and field in the Yakima Valley for many years. She has competed at the Master’s level in track and field for three years.

Lennie Parham - Class of 1983

A four year letterman at Medical Lake High School in track, a three year letterman in basketball, and a two year letterman in football, Lennie was a superb all around athlete and a joy to watch. He earned 1st team All Frontier League honors in basketball in 1982 and again in 1983 along with being the league’s MVP that same year. Lennie was also his teams MVP and Captain his senior year. At the conclusion of his last year of high school basketball Lennie had reached career highs of over 1,000 points and 1,000 rebounds.

Following graduation from MLHS in 1983, Lennie attended Spokane Community College and was a two year starter for the men’s basketball team. He was named Team Captain and MVP in 1985. The SCC team captured the league championship that year with a 15-0 league record. Lennie then enrolled at Gonzaga University and was a member of the Bulldogs men’s basketball team for two years.

Lennie coached at the college level from 1988 to 2001. From 2001 to 2005 he was a Physical Education teacher and Head Basketball Coach at Plainfield H.S. in New Jersey. Lennie currently is Director of Athletics at Dumont High School in Dumont, NJ.

Ron Dittemore - Class of 1970

Ron lettered in football, wrestling, track, and tennis during his four years at MLHS. Elected Captain of the wrestling team his senior year, Ron achieved 2nd in Sub-district and 3rd in Bi-district. Ron was named MLHS Male Athlete of the Year in 1970.

After graduating from Medical Lake High School in 1970, Ron attended the University of Washington and received his Bachelor’s degree in aeronautical and astronautical engineering in 1974. He received a Master’s degree in the same subjects one year later.

Before joining NASA at the Johnson Space center in 1977, Ron worked as a turboprop / turbofan engine development engineer in Arizona. While at the Johnson Space Center, Ron held several positions, including Flight Director on 11 shuttle missions, Deputy Assistant Director of the Space Station Program and Manager of the Space Shuttle Program Integration. He assumed the position of Manager of the Space Shuttle Program in 1999.

Ron left NASA in 2003 and currently is President of ATK Launch Systems Group of Brigham City, Utah. ATK (Alliant Techsystems) was selected in 2005 as the prime contractor for the first stage of NASA’s Ares 1.

Lori Napier - Class of 1991

A four year letterman in softball, basketball and band, Lori also participated and lettered in soccer and cross country. As a freshman, Lori earned 2nd team All League honors in both softball and basketball. She advanced her sophomore year by attaining 1st Team All League status in softball and basketball along with being the League MVP in softball. Selection to the 1st team All League teams in softball, basketball, and soccer followed during her third year. Athletic and academic accomplishments followed throughout her senior year. She was 1st Team All League, League MVP, and All State in softball followed by 1st Team All League, League MVP, All State in basketball. She was 2nd Team All League in soccer, a Spokesman-Review Athlete of the Week, US Army Reserve Scholar Athlete, MLHS Female Athlete of the Year for 1991, and was her senior Class Salutatorian.

Following high school, Lori attended Eastern Washington University where she received her BA in Psychology. While playing basketball at EWU she was a four-time Academic All-Conference selection. Being named to All Tournament Teams was not uncommon for Lori. She attained these distinctions while competing in tournaments at the University of Kansas, BYU, Wisconsin – Green Bay, and also the Big Sky Conference Tournament. In 1994-95 Lori was named 1st Team All Big Sky Conference, Conference Athlete of the Week, Big Sky Conference EWU Scholar Athlete of the Year.

Lori received her Master’s degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She was an Assistant Coach at Whitworth College for three years, Interim Head Coach at Whitman College for a year, Assistant Coach for two years at Spokane Falls Community College and currently and for the last five years is coaching at Northwest University in Kirkland, Washington.


Medical Lake High School sports teams compete in the 2A division in District 7 as a member of the Washington State Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) and is a member of the Great Northern League since its conception in 1998.

Medical Lake offers a variety of sports and activities:

Fall Sports:

  • Cross Country
  • Girls Soccer
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Football

Winter Sports:

  • Boys Basketball
  • Girls Basketball
  • Wrestling

Spring Sports:

  • Baseball
  • Boys Golf
  • Girls Golf
  • Boys Tennis
  • Girls Tennis
  • Girls Softball
  • Track and Field


  • ASB
  • Band
  • Cheer
  • Choir
  • Dance
  • Drama
  • FBLA
  • Key Club
  • NHS

State Championships

  • 1992 "A" Wrestling Team Champions
  • 2004 "2A" Boys Tennis Team Champions
  • 2005 "2A" Boys Basketball Champions
  • 2005 "2A" Boys Tennis Team Champions
  • 2005 "2A" Honor Bowl State Champions

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