Cardinal Sports History and Highlights

This page contains the history and highlights of some of the Cardinals many achievements in our sports programs. If you would like to share something with this page and this web site, please feel frree to contact us.

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Hall of Fame 2010 Corbett Cards

Past Hall of Fame Inductees


1980 Womens State Basketball Champions.
The first womens state title team from Corbett surprised many by bringing home the title while starting a very young team. Coach Tom Anderson will represent the team at the induction ceremony.

1962 Mens State Track Champions
Coached by Buck Monroe. After placing 2nd in 61 the cardinals won their first of two back to back state track championships and continued a long run of district titles.


Deb Swoboda set a standard at Corbett and around the state that few will ever duplicate. Five state championships in volleyball in the 80’s plus district titles most every year she coached. She was also an outstanding softball coach that took many teams deep into the state playoffs.

Buck Monroe
arrived at Corbett and had instant success as the head coach in Football, Basketball, and Track. The banners in the gym attest to his outstanding coaching in all three sports. His teams were always well coached and prepared to give an outstanding effort.


Tricia (Becker) Couture made a huge impact on Women’s sports at Corbett. She helped set a standard of excellence for every young women to attempt to attain. Winning 11 varsity letters and playing a huge part in 3 state championship teams.

Robin Hager was a three sport athlete who was elected to play in the the East/West Shrine football game, was 2nd team all state in basketball and high point man on the 1963 state track championship team.

Ted Hiemstra lettered in Football, Basketball, Baseball, and Track at Corbett. Ted still holds the single game rebound record at the state basketball tournament with 21 in a single game and led all divisions his senior year in scoring averaging 28 points per game.


Claudia Becker a 1963 Corbett Grad and pretty good player in her day. Claudia has a heart for the kids of Corbett and for many years she has done everything from organization of teams, to getting fields game ready to coaching. She is a great example to all of us and is the number one Cardinal Fan.