Nathan Hale Huskies History & Championships

1966, 1977, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1997

1956, 1970, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2008

1956, 1970

1956, 1970

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History 1993-1994 History 1994-1995 History 1995-1996 History 1996-1997 History 1997-1998
History 1998-1999 History 1999-2000 History 2000-2001 History 2001-2002 History 2002-2003
History 2003-2004 History 2004-2005 History 2005-2006 History 2006-2007 History 2007-2008
History 2008-2009 History 2009-2010 History 2010-2011 History 2011-2012 History 2012-2013
History 2013-2014 History 2014-2015 History 2015-2016 History 2016-2017  

Links to top 20 in historical categories (since 1993-1994 season)

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3 pt shots made Steals      


On 2/7/14 Nathan Hale High School honored Colton Ustruck with Hales version of "Make a Wish".  Colton is the son of Bill and Missy Ustruck.  They  have 5 children, Owen 8, Quinn 6, Colton soon to be 5 and Piper 2.  Their son Sully lost his battle with Battens disease on December 9, 2013.  Colton is battling that same disease.     

Battens is a very rare, neurological disorder that is terminal. The Ustrucks’ are doing all they can to make each day with Colton a memorable one for him and their family. There is no cure for battens, but Colton has been evaluated by a medical team in New York for a phase 1 medical trial. It may not necessarily help Colty, but it will help others in the future that have to face this awful disease.

The type of Battens the Ustuck boys were diagnosed with is late infantile. They grew up healthy, active and social toddlers and then at around the age of 3, they both slowly regressed, which meant no more walking, talking, playing or throwing balls.  

Bill is an alumni of Hale and played football, baseball, and basketball. He looks forward to the day that his sons will be Huskies. Bill and Missy both want Colton to experience being part of a team. He loved to play basketball! The family continues to fight this disease and do all they can to help Colton experience life!!

Today Hales Make a Wish will help check one more thing off Colty’s bucket list.