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Marv Hiebert

Marv Hiebert

Mt. Hood Community College
Class of 1993

Hiebert was an exceptionally talented three-sport athlete at OCE (Western Oregon University). He helped lead the 1949 football team to an undefeated season and was awarded Outstanding Athlete of the Year.

His coaching career began at Molalla High School and then progressed to David Douglas High School where he spearheaded the wrestling program and served as head football coach. Under his leadership the football team was state champion in 1960 and 1965, and the wrestling team state champion in 1961.

In 1969 he launched the football, wrestling and golf programs at Mt. Hood Community College. His 1975 team was inducted into the Northwest Athletic Conference Hall of Fame and his ’75, ’76 & ’77 teams all won their division championships. During his tenure Hiebert was NAC Coach of the Year in football three times and golf once.

Coach Hiebert was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1988. He is also a Hall of Famer with the NAC, OCE, David Douglas High School and Dallas High School.

After his retirement from MHCC in 1988, Hiebert continued to be a vital force in the community with his participation in Kiwanis and as Commissioner of the Portland Wrestling Officials Association. He stopped teaching golf for MHCC in 2014 at 89.

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