2012 Hall of Fame Inductees
Shelly Borton ('86)
After graduating from South, Shelly attended Texas State University where she studied Exercise and Sports Science and played basketball for the Bobcats. She currently lives in Austin, Texas, and has served as a law enforcement officer in the central Texas area for more than 15 years. She is currently a Senior Patrol Officer for the Austin Police Department and works as a bike patrol officer downtown. Since joining the department she has worked in a variety of capacities, including patrol, street-level narcotics, cadet training instructor and crowd management. She has been recognized for her achievements in hostage negotiations and serves as a team leader for one of the hostage negotiation teams that responds with the Austin Police SWAT team. She continues her love of sports and has competed in marathons, and was on the Austin Police women's basketball team that competed in the annual Texas Police Olympic Games. Shelly was the 2012 Evergreen Recipient Award for the Foundation for the Homeless. Since working in downtown Austin, Shelly has become involved in volunteer and charitable activities to support the needs of the homeless community there.
Greg Hahn ('69)
Greg was a member of the Colt golf team responsible for the first Pueblo South Colorado State Athletic championship. His post-high school desire was to pursue mathematics as a major. Colorado State University-Pueblo (then SCSC) allowed him to focus on golf and a college education that moved from mathematics to business. Greg is a Realtor and he created the firm of RE/MAX of Pueblo, Inc., with more than 100 agents,assistants and support staff. His civic roles have included being chairman of the Pueblo Economic Development Corporation (PEDCO), the Greater Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, the CSU-Pueblo Hasan School of Business. and Board of Directors of Pueblo United Way and the CSU-Pueblo Foundation. He also has been an Advisory Board member of US Bank. Greg has been married more than 39 years to Cathy Hargraves ('69), and they have two daughters.
Sally Reivitt Morgan ('69)
Her senior year at South, Sally participated in Student Council, was homecoming queen and head cheerleader. Sally has emerged as a nursing leader since graduating from Southern Colorado Sate College in 1971. After practicing direct patient care in New York, Colorado and California, Sally settled in California. There she earned baccalaureate and master's degrees in nursing and became a nursing professor and administrator. As Director of Nursing at Vanguard University, she implemented a unique program for registered nurses to advance their nursing degrees. Sally was appointed to statewide committees impacting legislation and the future of nursing education in California. Currently she is a professor and assistant director at Western University of Health Sciences, teaching graduate and doctoral students. She obtained a PhD in Nursing from the University of San Diego in 2012. Her ongoing program of research regarding medical errors and medication administration has been presented at national and international conferences. Sally and her husband Byron have a daughter and a son, and two grandchildren.
Robert Morris ('80)
Bob graduated valedictorian and was Senior Class president. He also lettered all four years in cross country and three years in track. Bob attended Colorado School of Mines on a Boettcher Foundation Scholarship and graduated first in his class in 1984 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical and Petroleum Refining Engineering. At Mines, Bob also was named to the 1981 NAIA Academic All-America Cross Country Team. After a two-year stint as an engineer for Mobil Oil, Bob attended the Harvard Business School where he graduated with a Masters Degree in Business Administration in 1988. Bob served after that in senior management roles ffor an independent public oil and gas exploration and production company before starting his own consulting firm. In 1993, Bob moved to New York City to work on Wall Street, and soon became one of the most renowned experts on the oil and gas industry. He has been featured in Business Week and the Wall Street Journal, and has been a frequent guest on CNBC, Fox Business News, Good Morning America and Bloomberg TV. Bob is married with one daughter.
Richard "Dick" Vinci (teacher and coach)
Dick was recruited to Pueblo Junior College by legendary Coach Harry Simmons to play basketball. He also ran track and was named best all-around athlete there. He earned a scholarship to Sacramento State University in California, where he led team scoring during both years that he played. After two years in the Army, Dick returned to Pueblo to begin his 51-year teaching career. In his early years he taught and coached at several schools, but was best known for teaching math and coaching at South. He was the first to teach about computers, at the time when South had one computer. He retired from South in 1984, then taught math at Colorado State University–Pueblo for 14 years. Of his teaching years, Dick was most proud to be a South High Colt. He also coached Old Timers Baseball, was a South-Central League basketball official for 15 years and a Western Athletic Conference college referee for five more. He also was official track starter at then University of Southern Colorado. In 1996, Dick was inducted into the Greater Pueblo Sports Association Hall of Fame. Vinci died in 2010.