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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT NEWS RELEASE: 2013 Class of the Mooresville Hall of Fame to be Inducted Friday Night


The Mooresville High School Athletic Department & the Mooresville Hall of Fame Committee look forward to honoring five inductees for the 2013 Mooresville Hall of Fame this upcoming Friday, February 15th.  The banquet and ceremony sponsored by Carlisle Branson will begin at 6:00 pm in the high school cafeteria.  The inductees will be inducted in a ceremony during half time of the boys varsity game against Greenwood which starts at 7:30 p.m. The evening will also be “Camo Night” as the team wears jerseys provided by the Indiana National Guard.

The Mooresville Hall of Fame will induct the following members:

Dana Ferguson graduated from Mooresville High School in 1999.  Dana participated in both volleyball and basketball during her time at Mooresville and went on to a standout basketball career at DePauw University where she holds many records.  She currently serves as the top assistant for the ladies basketball program at DePauw University.

Bruce Fields graduated from Mooresville High School in 1998.  Bruce was a standout member of the boys basketball team during his high school career, earning Mid-State All Conference honors during the 96-97 and 97-98 seasons.  Bruce went on to a standout career at Gardner-Webb University and has spent the past 9 years playing professional basketball in Europe.

Mike Hughes graduated from Mooresville High School in 2001.  He was a standout member of the boys golf team for four years.  He earned four varsity letters during that time and was named All-Conference from 1998 to 2001. He was the school’s first state finalist and was named All-State in 2001.  Mike had a standout career in golf at IUPUI and currently serves as the Technology Research Manager at Cummins.

Jack Mackenzie was a 1950 graduate of Mooresville High School.  He was a three sport standout in Basketball, Football and Track during his time as a Pioneer.  In went on to play basketball at Butler University and spent thirty-five years as a teacher. Before his passing in 2008, Jack spent thirty years working for Borg Warner as the care taker for the Borg Warner Trophy escorting and placing the trophy in Victory Lane at the Indianapolis 500. 

Mike Mossbrucker served as a teacher, coach and Athletic Director at Mooresville High School from 1982-2011.  Mike coached football, baseball, and was the head wrestling coach during his time at Mooresville.  Mike wrestled at Indiana University where he was a letter winner and in 2012 was inducted into the Indiana High School Wrestling Coaches Hall of Fame.  Mike currently serves as the Athletic Director at Bloomington North High School.

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