Karen Drake
Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball
Inducted in 2010
Karen Drake was a three sport star at SHS, and team captain in each sport her final two years.   She played four years of varsity field hockey, 3 years of varsity basketball, and 4 years of varsity softball.   Her entire career was outstanding, but her senior year in 1976 was especially stellar.    In field hockey she scored a record 25 goals and led the team to the NCCC championship and was team MVP..  In basketball her team won the NCCC title and went to the state semi-finals which earned her All-Conference and All-State recognition.  To top it off, she was selected as an All-Conference infielder in softball.

For her efforts, Karen won the Barbara Ganley Scholar/Athlete Award in both 1975 and 1976, and was also chosen for the Rotary Club Outstanding Citizenship award in 1975 and was elected to the National Honor Society in 1976.

She then attended Springfield College where she played field hockey and basketball.  Since then, Karen has coached field hockey, basketball, gymnastics, and softball, and is currently at East Windsor High where she was selected Teacher of the Year in 2000.