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AHS Hall of Fame to induct 4

The Albuquerque High School Athletics Hall of Fame will induct four new members at the school’s Bulldog Breakfast of Champions on Sept. 15.

They are:

Robin Knight, Class of 1936;

Clarence Bass, Class of ‘55;

Jalen Dominguez, Class of 2004; and

Frank Olguin, Class of ‘77.

The Hall of Fame also will honor the 2017 state champion AHS boys soccer team.

Knight was a football and track letterman who won state titles in the long jump and the 120-yard high hurdles. He lettered in track and field and UNM in 1938, ‘39 and ‘40.

Bass was a state champion in the pentathlon and a medal-winner in wrestling. He became a city, state and national champion in Olympic-style weightlifting, a champion bodybuilder and the author of 10 books on fitness and health.

Dominguez was a basketball letterman and team captain who was named all-district and played in the 2004 North-South prep all-star game. He played basketball at New Mexico State and is an assistant athletic director for development at UNM. He’s a member of AHS all-time basketball team.

Olguin was a starting guard on the Bulldogs’ 1977 boys basketball state champions. Like Dominguez, he’s a member of the AHS all-time team and played in the 1977 North-South game.

The 2017 AHS boys soccer team, coached by Lucien Starzynski, beat La Cueva 3-2 for the Class 6A state title last fall.

The Breakfast of Champions registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Sept. 15. The program will begin at 9:00 a.m. The cost is $25 per person. Checks may be made out to AHS Alumni Association and mailed to:

Albuquerque High School — Attention Alumni Association

800 Odelia Road NE

Albuquerque, NM 87102

NMSHOF: The New Mexico Sports Hall of Fame is conducting public voting toward the selection of its 2018 inductees.

A list of nominees is available at and on the Hall of Fame’s Facebook page. Voters can select one candidate on the website and “like” as many as desired on Facebook.

The candidate who receives the most public votes will automatically be included in the final pool for selection by the Hall of Fame board.

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