2013 Hall of Fame Inductees

  • Andrea Baxter/Bretz – Golf & Basketball – 1994 Graduate:

    • Led the Girls’ Basketball team to State Championship in 1993 coached by Emery Roy
    • High School State Medalist 91-94
    • All-State Academic 4 Times
    • 4 Time State Golf Team Champions 91, 92, 93 & 94 Coached by Emery Roy
    • Full Ride Scholarship to Stanford University
    • Letter Winner 94-97
    • All-PAC 10 95-97
    • NCAA All-American 95 & 97
    • All Pac-10 Academic Team 96-97
    • Two time semi-finalist in US Amateur Championships
    • Currently a working PGA Professional and founder of Collegiate Golf Consulting.

    Best CHS Memory:  Winning the State Championship in Basketball on the last shot of the game!

    Jane Chi – 1992 Graduate:  Track, Basketball and Cross Country

    • Cross Country: 1989, 1990, 1991
    • Girls' Basketball: 1990, 1991, 1992
    • Track and Field: 1989, 1990, 1991

    Honors Received (All-Conference, All-State, Captain, etc.):

    • Cross Country: State Champion: Individual, 1990
    • State Champion: Team, 1992
    • Girls' Basketball: State Runner-up: 1991
    • State 3rd place: 1990, 1992
    • Track and Field: State Champion: 1600m, 1989
    • State Runner-Up 1600m, 1990

    Post High School Accomplishments


    • Federation Cup participant, Chinese-Taipei 1993
    • Asian Olympics Bronze medalist, Chinese-Taipei 1994
    • Three-time All-American at University of California, Los Angeles 1993-95
    • Rolex National Collegiate Indoor Champion 1995
    • Ranked #1 in NCAA in 1995
    • Highest ranking on the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Tour #62 in the world
    • Sports Illustrated Top 50 Greatest 20th Century Athletes - Idaho
    • Two-time Boston Marathon participant


    • Played 7 years on WTA Pro Tour and was ranked as high as #62 in world
    • Played the US Open, Australian Open and Wimbledon to name a few
    • Won the Bank of the West Championships
    • Received her Law Degree from University of Idaho in 2008
    • Currently working in the field of Law in Seattle

    Best CHS Memory:   My senior year at the end-of-the-year assembly, we had an egg fight with the junior class sitting across the way.  We had finished some senior cheer, all the good-byes, good lucks to the class of 1992, and then the eggs went flying.  Across the gym floor.  You can imagine the horrified looks of admin and teachers as well as the chaos that ensued!

    Charles Burton – 1991 Graduate:  Football and Wrestling

    • High School State Champion in 1989 coached by Kevin Wood
    • All-State Football Player 88-89 as a middle linebacker
    • NCAA All-American for Boise State University
    • Won the University National Championships in Freestyle in 1995
    • Silver medalist twice in Pan-American Games
    • Beat defending World Champion at 85 kgs. to make the 2000 Olympic Team
    • 5th in 2000 Sydney Olympics at 85 kgs.
    • Bronze medalist in the World Cup in 2003
    • College assistant coach at Iowa State, Indiana and Nebraska coaching multiple National Champions
    • Currently working the Medical Sales Field in Oklahoma City, OK
    • Father to Issabella and Liam

    Best CHS Memory:  Winning state wrestling Championship.

    Brock Forsey – 1998 Graduate:  Football and Baseball

    • Three year letter winner in Football and Baseball here at CHS
    • Started on 1996 State Championship Team coached by Lee Neumann
    • All Conference and All-State 96 & 97.
    • Played RB for BSU 1998-2002 earning All Big-West and All-WAC honors
    • 2002 Offensive player of the year in WAC
    • Still the All-Time TD Leader in BSU history and #3 All Time behind Barry Sanders and Troy Edwards
    • All Time leader for rushing TD’s in a season with 26
    • All-Time All-Purpose Yards leader with 6,670 at BSU
    • Drafted in 6th round by Chicago Bears
    • Played three seasons in the NFL with Bears, Dolphins and Redskins
    • He is the most prolific rusher in the history of Centennial and Boise State University
    • Currently resides here in Boise with wife Jacquie and daughters Layla and Hayden

    Best CHS Memory:  The first play ever in Centennial High School Stadium was a Highland Rams Kickoff to Brock, which he returned 96 yards for a touchdown to dedicate the stadium.