Contact the Activities Office to reserve your banquet tickets!
Dubuque Senior High School and the Hall of Fame committee is pleased to announce its 28th Athletic Hall of Fame induction class. The 2019 induction class to the Dubuque Senior Athletics Hall of Fame will participate in Homecoming Activities on October 3rd, 4th, and 5th, 2019.
Inductees will be part of the Dubuque Senior Homecoming Breakfast with the Student Council, School Assembly, and Parade on Thursday-October 3, 2019. Inductees will be introduced between football games on Friday-October 4, 2019 (opponent is Waterloo West HS).
Induction ceremonies will take place at a banquet on Saturday, October 5, 2019 in the Dubuque Senior HS Cafeteria. The time of the banquet will be at 4:30 pm. Tickets for the banquet are $25.00 and can be reserved by calling Dubuque Senior’s Activity Office at 563-552-5521. The public is encouraged to attend the banquet and honor the Rams Hall of Fame inductees. Reservations are REQUIRED for the dinner.
2019 Dubuque Senior H.S. Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Debra Beireis Carneol—Class of 1984
Robert Dean—Class of 1954
Angie Mohr Germaine—Class of 1990
Harlan Riegler—Class of 1928
Natalie White—Class of 200
Debra Beireis Carneol
Debra Beireis Carneol is a 1984 graduate of Dubuque Senior High School. Debra was a 4-sport athlete for the Rams, including Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field, and Softball and was a National Honor Society honoree and member of the Spanish Club. Debra was a member of the 1983 Women’s Basketball team that qualified for state, and also was a member of the Shuttle Hurdle Relay that competed at the Drake Relays. Following graduation in 1984, Debra attended the University of Iowa and completed her Doctorate in Dental Surgery in 1992. Debra Carneol has practiced dentistry at North Liberty Dental, a practice she owns, since 1996. In recent years, Debra has taken up running, competing in a variety of events throughout the country. On January 28, 2018, Debra began the races in the World Marathon Challenge, completing 7 marathons, in 7 days, on 7 continents. The races began in Novo-Antarctica and traveled to Cape Town-South Africa, Perth-Australia, Dubai-United Arab Emirates, Madrid-Spain, Barranquilla-Columbia, and Miami-United States.
Robert Dean is a 1954 graduate of Dubuque Senior High School. Beginning his high school career at Loras Academy (the predecessor to Wahlert Catholic High School), he transferred to Dubuque Senior to compete and play for legendary coach Johnny Orr. In addition to basketball, Robert competed on the Track & Field team for the Rams in the broad jump and high jump. He held the school record in the high jump at 6’ 1.5” for 15 years until it was broken in 1969. Following graduation, Robert went straight to the work force at John Deere-Dubuque works in the Engineering Division. He continued to play basketball in the area playing for John Deere, Star Brewery, and Dubuque Pack. On at least 20 occasions, the teams Robert Dean played on were asked to compete against the Harlem Globetrotters when they visited the area. On two different occasions after Robert’s playing days were over, he was honored by the Harlem Globetrotters for his contributions to the sport of basketball and involvement with the traveling team’s history in the Dubuque area.
Angie Mohr Germaine
Angie Mohr Germaine was a 3-sport athlete for the Rams during her high school career, which concluded with her graduation in 1990. Angie competed in Volleyball, Basketball, and Track & Field at Dubuque Senior High School. She was a state track participant her Junior and Senior years, an all-conference volleyball player, and all-conference and all-state basketball player. Angie scored over 1000 points in her career for the Rams on the Basketball court, was on the IGHSAU All-Tournament team during her Junior year, and was selected to represent Iowa on the 5-on-5 all star team following her Senior year. She went on to play basketball on scholarship at the University of Northern Iowa. Angie Mohr Germaine resides in Dubuque where she has taught and coached in a variety of positions for the Dubuque Community School District.
Harlan Riegler is a 1928 graduate of Dubuque Senior High School. While a Ram, he participated on the Football team under the direction of Hall of Fame coach Wilbur Dalzell. Dalzell picked a “dream team” of all of the teams he coached and he selected Harlan Riegler as one of those players; a guard whom Dalzell referred to as an aggressive, tough player, and great down-field blocker. Riegler was also known as an “Iowa All-State Gridder”. Harlan was involved in the student government as a member of the House of Representatives as a Junior and the Senate as a Senior. Harlan was a member of the National Honor Society and the D Club at Dubuque Senior High School. He was listed as an Honor Roll graduate in the 1928 graduation program.
Natalie White is a 2005 graduate of Dubuque Senior High School and competed in Volleyball, Basketball, Track & Field, and Tennis for the Rams. She earned 10 major-D’s during her career and was a state participant in Track & Field for 3 years in the 4×800 m relay, 4x400m relay, and 800 m run. Natalie was an exceptional athlete on the Basketball court. A 4-year starter for the Rams, she was a 4-time all-conference selection, and 2-time all-state selection (1st team her Senior year). She was named the Dubuque Senior Female Athlete of the Year in 2005. Natalie earned a scholarship to San Jose State University where she played basketball for 4 years; she ranked in the top 10 of several career and season records for the Spartans, while being named All-Academic all four years in the Western Athletic Conference. Natalie has recently been the Assistant Coach of the Kirkwood Community College women’s basketball team and currently employed at The Mobile Pack in Iowa City.