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Michael Moreau - Hilbert

03/01/2003, 12:00am CST
By Wisconsin Sports Network

Inducted in 2003

Michael Moreau 1969 graduate of Iron Mountain B.S., Iron Mountain MI Graduated from Northern Michigan University in 1974 with a BS in Physical Education.

Parents-Jeanette and Douglas Moreau ,wife-Diane, son-Wes, daughter-Kylie and grandsons-Marcus and Warren.

Mike started his teaching and coaching career at Hilbert in the fall of 1975 and has been there for the last 28 years teaching physical education and health. Mike would like to thank the wonderful community of Hilbert for all there friendships and support. Mike is extremely grateful for the tremendous support of the staff and administration, the hard working dedicated athletes and the assistant football coaches. A special thanks to his family, Wes and Kylie, especially his wife, Diane, for all the understanding and patience, and his parents for always being there. "Behind every successful wife there is a very lucky coach."

Mike was the head football coach for the first 19 years and defensive coordinator for the next 3 years. He was out of football for 3 years and has been the head football coach for the past 3 seasons. In that time Hilbert has won 3 State Titles 89-94-96 and 3 State Runner-ups 92-01-02, 8 Olympian conference championships. Overall record as the head coach for 22 years, 179-47.

Mike was named the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Coach of the Year in 1989, named the District XII Coach of the Year in 82-85-86-87-88-01, was an assistant coach for the 1987 All-Star Football Game and served as a District 12 Rep from 1985-88.

Mike was the head girls cross-country coach for 3 years, state team appearance in 1997, and named the District IV Cross Country Coach of the Year.

He served as the assistant track, sprint coach for the past 27 years for both the boys and girls track teams. In that time they won 6 girls conference championships and 2 boys. They were also Girls State Track Runner-ups in 85-92-94 and State Track Champions in 1995. Mike also served as the head baseball coach for 2 years.

In addition to those duties he has also served as Athletic Director from 1989 to present.

"Pride is a personal commitment: It is an attitude which separates excellence from mediocrity."

Tag(s): Hall of Fame