TRHS Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022


Photo Courtesy of Joscelyn McDonald

Matthew Williams

Timberlane High School has elected five new alums, a former coach, and the 2009 state champion field hockey team to the Athletic Hall of Fame. From the class of 98 is Taylor Smith and Julie Tardif, Kyle Harrington from the class of 02,  Annie Hansbury from 09, and Jason Hughes from 16.  Finally Coach Pariseau who was a P.E teacher and coached football.

The TRHS athletic department started having inductions again in 2017 after a 20 year gap. Assistant Principal Tim Brown said, “ I think it had to do with lack of money for plaques”. Mr. Brown also said to be in the hall of fame you have to have an amazing resume.” This is true because each athlete and coach in the Hall of Fame just has accolades galore.

Jason Hughes for example is a three sport eagle tribune all-star. He also was the MVP for the football All-Star game. Finally he was the d1 baseball player of the year. Jason said “I love this school and it feels amazing to be inducted.” He also said, “it is nice to reflect and look at what you have accomplished through hard work and I am very happy to be in it.”

Coach Pariseau coached for 15 years and has many wins under his belt. He also has two championships in his career. Head football Coach Kevin Fitzgerald said, “I mean the previous Coach Pariseau was great, I learned a lot from him. You have to be the best of the best to get in.” 

Basketball Coach Jeffrey Baumann said, “ Julie Tardif was one of the best basketball players we ever had”. “She was a playmaker.” She led the league in scoring and finished her career with 1,317 points. She was a McDonald’s All American. Finally she was first team All State for three years straight. 

Annie Hansbury was a force in field hockey and softball. She was first team All State in both sports for three years straight, and was an Eagle Tribune all star. 

Kyle Harrington was a workhorse for his team. Coach Fitz said, “ he had a way about him where people just followed him.” “ He was our hardest worker and our best player.” He set many rushing records and was three-time Eagle Tribune all-star.  In wrestling he was a Division I state champion.

Taylor Smith was a track menace.  Over his career, he won nine state titles as a sprinter, high jumper, and long jumper.  He still holds the state record in long jump.  He was a two-time Eagle Tribune MVP.  As a senior he became an indoor track All – American.

The TRHS coaches are excited that the Hall of Fame is back in action and can’t wait for the future of it. Some Administrators hope to upgrade the Hall of Fame to a nicer area, and add more designs to it. Timberlane has done a great job supporting their athletes after high school, and making sure the crème of the crop is remembered.