Wall of Fame

Ron Vandolah (Coach) 1968-1996
Provincial Title (1972)
Provincial Title (1978)
Provincial Title (1996)
Provincial (bronze 1971)
Zone Championship (1971)
Zone Championship (1972)
Zone Championship

Mike Murphy (Coach) 1983-1989
Provincial Bronze Medal (1987)
Provincials 4th Place (1988)
Provincials 5th Place (1989)
Kirk Kennigton

Bill worthington
1972 1st team allstar

Mel Ferh
Zone MVP Provincial MVP
Allstar 72

Dave VanDolah

Zone allstar Provincial allstar
2nd team Provincial Alstar
Member of one provincial championship team.
Post secondary:   CNC  University of Victoria

Dave Van Dolah was the oldest in the VanDolah dynasty.  Dave was known for his lightning fast “stop and pop” jumper, and could score the ball in bunches. 
Dave was a zone and provincial all-star in his grade 12 year.  After highs School Dave played collegiately for CNC and then Junior Varsity at the University of Victoria. 
For the past 30 years Dave has been one of the best officials in B.C. refereeing numerous high school, and college championships.  Dave is married and has 2 children. He works  for the ministry of forests, while still refereeing and training young up and coming officials. 

Mel Fehr

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Greg VanDolah
Basketball &Volleyball          

Zone MVP                             
Provincial MVP
Member of one provincial championship team
Post Secondary: University of Calgary

Gary Simrose
Graduated from NVSS 1979
Won a Provincial Championship 1978
2 time Zone Champion (1978 & 1979)
Post Secondary C.N.C
Totem Conference (BCAA) Champions 1982
C.C.A.A. Bronze Medalist 1982
Totem Conference Bronze Medalist 1981

Kevin Horsnel      
Basketball and Volleyball
Zone MVP                             
Malespina Community College

Chad Hartel  
Zone MVP
Malespina Community College

Marcus Toneato   
Basketball and Volleyball
Zone Allstar in both Basketball & Volleyball
Provincial Allstar in Volleyball & Basketball
Post Secondary: University of Calgary for Volleyball
Vaughn Mueller   

Basketball, Track, and Cross Country Running
1987 Basketball Zone MVP                       
2 time Basketball Zone All star
Baron Optimus Allstar in San Diego California
Provincial 1st team All star
Pivotal member of 3 Cross Country Zone Championship teams
Top 15 individual finish in the X-Country Provincials.
Helped lead the GPRC wolves to their first ever league playoffs

This multi sport athlete helped lead the Vikes to a bronze medal finish in the 1987 Basketball Provincials. With outstanding leaping and scoring ability Vaughn was able to pile up both points and rebounds. His defensive intensity and strong rebounding allowed him to carve out a solid role with the Grande Prairie Regional College Woves for three seasons, eventually helping lead them to the schools first ever playoff appearance. Vaughn went on to finish his fine arts degree at the University of Lethbridge. Vaughn stays close to the game by both coaching and officiating. He now living and teaching in Vanderhoof with his wife and five children. 

Robert Dick          
Basketball and Volleyball                  
2 time Basketball Zone Allstar
1 Time Basketball Provincial Allstar
2 Time Volley ball Zone allstar
An excellent athlete with a strong work ethic allowed Rob to experience early success at the high school level. He was a pivotal member for both his volleyball and basketball teams. Rob helped lead his basketball team to one zone championship and three consecutive provincial basketball births. Rob was also a pivotal member on his volleyball team that finished with a bronze medal at the provincials. Rob went on to play two years at Grande Prairie Regional College. Rob currently resides in Vanderhoof with his wife Chonna and his three children.

Chris Brinnen               
Basketball & Volleyball                     
2 time Zone MVP (basketball)           
2 time Provincial Allstar (basketball) 
2 time Zone Allstar (volleyball)
1 time zone MVP (volleyball)
1 time Provincial Allstar (volleyball)                                                 
2 time Provincial team member (basketball)
1 time Junior National Team member (basketball)
An outstanding athlete that possessed, both physical strength, size, and skill. At 6’7”Chris was a power in both basketball and volleyball throughout the Province. He helped lead his basketball teams to 3 consecutive Zone Championships, and three Provincial Championship appearances, finishing 3rd, 4th, and 5th. His team also captured one Zone Championships in volleyball as well as a bronze medal at the Provincials. Chris went on to play basketball for the B.C. Provincial team as well as the Junior National Team, before signing with Northern Idaho College of the N.A.I.A. He later played for both the University of Victoria, and Grande Prairie Regional College where he was voted an All Canadian. Chris is now serving as an R.C.M.P. officer in the K-9 attachment in Kelowna.

Evan Mueller        
2 Time Zone Allstar               
2 Time Provincial Allstar

A true academic player, with strong fundamentals and a feathery touch from the three point line. Evan was part of the one two punch (Chris Brinnen) that saw his Viking Basketball team capture three consecutive zone titles. His natural leadership and desire to win set him apart from other athletes. After graduation he moved on to play for Grande Prairie Regional College, where he was an intricate member of the colleges first ever Provincial (ACAC) Championship. He also had two stints of semi-professional basketball in both Mexico and Great Britain. Evan Currently lives in Medicine Hat Alberta with his wife and two children.  He teaches high school, and remains actively involved in both coaching and officiating.

Jaimie Fitzpatrick                
1st all-star of basketball Zones
1st all-star of Prestigious SMU tournament

Jamie was arguably one of the most well-rounded athletes to ever come out of NVSS.  Jamie excelled in all sports.  As well as basketball and Volleyball Jamie was an elite player in hockey, baseball and golf.   Jamie was part of the 1989 basketball team that placed 3rd at the Coal Bowl in New Waterford, N.S. and placed fourth at provincials.  He played basketball at Grande Prairie Regional College for 3 years.  He was the starting point guard for a provincial championship team and helped make their first and only appearance at a National Championship.  Jamie lives in Toronto with his wife and child.  A certified teacher, Jamie runs a very successful and profitable business with his brother Mike. 

Al Penner
Basketball & Volleyball
3-time zone basketball all-star.
1991 zone volleyball MVP
1991 provincial volleyball all-star

Al Penner played his first organized volleyball and basketball games in grade 8.  A quick learner, natural athlete and a competitive drive quickly moved Al into the sports spotlight.  He was a member of 3 basketball zone championship teams and 1 zone volleyball championship team.  Al was a two-time senior athlete of the year.  After highschool, he played basketball at Briercrest Bible College and Trinity Western University.  Currently Al is married and lives and teaches science in Chilliwack, B.C.                                                                                       
Joel Mueller         
Basketball & Volleyball         
2 Time Zone MVP     
1 time Zone Allstar                
3 time Provincial Allstar
1 Time ACAC allstar
1 time BCAA allstar
1 time ACAC coach of the year.

A true gym rat who’s dedication and commitment to basketball contributed to his teams successes. He was a true student of the game soaking up any thing that was basketball. Joel’s infectious love for the game was apparent on all his teams. He lead his high octane run and gun Vikings to three consecutive zone titles, a team that was always to be reckoned with at the provincial tournament. After graduation he went on to have an outstanding college career playing for Grande Prairie Regional College, where he helped lead them to their first ever Provincial Championship and birth to the Nationals. He also played for University of Lethbridge, and The University College of the Caribou. He later coached for three years at Grande Prairie Regional College where he lead the woman’s team to the ACAC playoffs. Joel now teaches in Vanderhoof where he continues to remain close to the game by coaching and officiating.

Kent Bergstrom
2 Time Zone Allstar
Zone MVP
Provincial MVP
Post Secondary: UNBC & Trinity Western University.
Member of 1996 Provincial Championship Team

One of the best all round players to come out of the NVSS, this 6’3” point guard led the 1996 provincial champions on both ends of the floor by pacing the Vikings in points, assists, free throw %, field goal %, 3 point %, steals and blocked shots. With lockdown defense and clutch shot making Bergstrom was often relied upon to make huge plays for the Vikings championship run. Kent was much more than a great basketball player, he was also a great leader and example to his teammates and aspiring athletes in the school. Kent was the ultimate student athlete since he had the highest average of any student in his grad class. Bergstrom went on to have a successful career playing for UNBC and later on with Trinity Western University, where he now works in their computer department. Kent is now married and has 1 child.

Chas Hutchins              
Zone allstar                            
Provincial allstar

A pivotal puzzle piece of the 1996 Provincial Championship team. This six foot 3 power forward anchored the defense, and filled the lane on a high octane run and gun team. his active rebounding, and shotblocking helped the vikings magical journey to a provincial championship.

Andrew Sexton
Basketball & Volleyball         
Zone MVP Basketball
1st team Zone allstar Volleyball
CCAA Allstar (basketball)
Post Secondary: University College of the Caribou                                                              

This 6’7” big man could better be described as a gentle giant, but when it came to basketball and volleyball he was a force to be reckoned with. Great hands, size, strength, and a soft touch around the basket, gave him a distinct advantage over his opponents. Andrew helped lead his Basketball team to a Zone Championship and a fifth place finish at the provincials, as well as a second place finish at the provincials in volleyball. He went on to play both volleyball and basketball for the University College of the Caribou, where he received a CCAA All Star at the College Basketball Nationals. Andrew now works for the ministry of forests as a professional forest fire fighter, and ejoys giving back by coaching and officiating both volleyball and basketball.

Amron Gwilliam  
Basketball & Volleyball                     
2 Time Zone Allstar inVolleyball & Basketball
1st team Provincial Allstar basketball
1st team Provincial Allstar volleyball                                                 

A heads up player with outstanding athletic ability allowed Amron to excel in both volleyball and basketball. Soft spoken by nature, he lead by example. His strong work ethic and desire to win helped him lead his basketball team to a decisive Zone Championship and a fifth place finish at the Provincials. He was also a pivotal member of his volleyball team that finished second at the Provincials. After graduation he went on to play for three years at Lethbridge Community College. Amron is currently teaching and coaching basketball at Foothills Composite High school in Southern Alberta.

Ezra Gwilliam      
Basketball, Rugby, Volleyball, baseball                    
2 Time Zone All Star Basketball
Named to the Commissioners 15’s Provincial all star team
Post Secondary: Lethbridge Community College

Whether it was basketball, rugby, volleyball, or baseball. This multi sport athlete new only one way to play the game….full out! His undying work ethic and tenacity would seldom be matched by his opponents. His relentless determination, natural athleticism and leadership allowed Ezra to experience success in multiple sports. Ezra was a standout in basketball where he helped lead his team to one provincial championship finals. He was also selected to the Commissioners 15’s all star team in the rugby Provincials.
Received his Masters Degree and now is a professional seminary teacher for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints      

Aaron Gwilliam    
Basketball, Rugby, Volleyball, Baseball                    
2 Time Zone Allstar
Provincial Top Defensive Player Award
1 time Basketball provincial allstar
Post Secondary: Lethbridge Community College

This highly athletic guard used his outstanding athleticism to spearhead an aggressive pressing run and gun team that narrowly missed a provincial championship. Like his twin brother Ezra he brought leader ship, quickness and an intensity that was not easilly equalled. After graduation Aaron played two years at Lethbridge Community College. He later went on to complete his law degree and is now a practicing Lawyer in Idaho where he lives with his wife and twin boys.                                  

Brad VanDolah    
1 Time Zone MVP                 
2 Time Zone Allstar               
2 Time Prov. Allstar
Member of two CCAA National Champion teams
Post Secondary: Warner College Pacific (N.A.I.A)
University College of Fraser Valley (National Champions)
University College of the Caribou (National Champions)

One of the most prolific scorers in Viking Basketball history, Brads 3 point shooting and ability to score from any where on the floor made it difficult for his opponents to defend him. He lead his team to a first place finish in the prestigious New Waterford Coal Bowl in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia and back to back Zone Championships, as well as a pair of 2nd place finishes at the provincial tournament. Brad went on to serve as a pivotal member for both the University College of the Fraser Valley and the University College of the Caribou, Both of which captured the C.C.A.A. National Championships. Brad is now married and working in the mental health field.

Tylor Hynd           
1 time Zone MVP
1 time Zone Allstar
1 time Provincial allstar
Member of the B.C Provincial basketball team

One of Viking Basketballs best all time shot blockers and rebounders. At 6’9” Tylor blocked and altered hundreds of shots and anchored the Viking defense to a New Water ford Coal Bowl Championship as well as  back to back Zone Championships and a pair of 2nd place finishes in the Provincials. Tylor went on to play for the University of Victoria, for two years.

Talon Milne          

Basketball & Volleyball                     
Basketball Zone MVP
2 Time Zone All star
1 time provincial all star
Member of the BC Provincial Team
Track & Field Zone Champion (High Jump)

Probably the most versatile big man in Viking Basketball history at 6’.8,” Talon had the ability to handle the ball, make passes, block shots and finish around the basket with thunderous dunks. Talon helped lead his basketball team to a Zone championship and a fourth place finish at the Provincials. He also played two years for the B.C Provincial team. Talon went on to play for the University of Simon Fraser Clansmen.

Spencer Marks
Basketball, Rugby, Volleyball, Football        
2 Time Zone Allstar
1 time Provincial Allstar

Tough, gritty, and competitive these are three characteristics that would best describe this savvy little point guard. At 5’7” Spencer never backed down from a challenge whether it was on the basketball court, football or rugby field. Spencer helped lead his basketball team to a zone championship and a fourth place finish at the Basketball Provincials in Kamloops. He was also a pivotal member of the Viking Football team that captured a tier 2 Provincial Championship.