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Posted: Wednesday, April 17, 2019 3:20 pm

Four individuals will be inducted into the Madison High School Hall of Fame on Saturday night. Jeramy Geditz, Bud Postma, DeLon Mork and Katie (Breuer) Noyes will join the Hall of Fame.

Brady Wiebe was selected to the Hall of Fame but will be inducted at the 2020 banquet.

The banquet will begin at 6 p.m. with the meal at 7 p.m. and the induction program at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per person. Call 480-0837 to reserve tickets or email Michael.Ricke.sd.us.

Jeramy Geditz

Athlete 2007

Geditz was a three-year, three-sport letterwinner and team captain in all football, basketball and track & field.

When he left MHS, Geditz was in the top 10 in five football receiving categories and helped his team to a 7-3 record in 2006.

He was part of the 2007 class that was instrumental in turning around the boys' basketball program. He was a two-year starter and major contributor on the team that finished the season with a 23-3 record and placed third at the 2007 State A Tournament.

Geditz was a two-time state champion and a two-time state runner-up in the high jump. He is the school record-holder in the high jump with a measurement of 6-feet-08 1/2. He was part of a second-place team in 2004 and the championship team in 2007.

Geditz attended North Dakota State University, where he was a four-time Summit League indoor high jump champion (first athlete to do this in high jump), three-time runner-up in the outdoor high jump, and competed in two NCAA Division I national championships. He is the NDSU high jump record-holder with a jump of 7-1 1/2 and his teams won all eight championships while he competed.

Bud Postma

Coach, AD

and contributor

Postma started his teaching and coaching career at MHS in 1986. He served as head wrestling, head boys' golf and head girls' golf coach and was an assistant for both football and wrestling.

In seven years as head wrestling coach, Postma accrued a career record of 65-44-4. He coached 30 wrestlers who placed in the state tournament, 10 wrestlers who reached the finals and four state champions.

Postma led the boys' golf team to their first state golf championship in 2001. They followed with team titles in 2003 and '04 and had a second-place finish in '02.

The 2004 team not only won the state championship but swept the top four spots in the individual standings.

Postma served as MHS athletic director from 2005-18, during which time Madison won 21 team championships. However, Postma's crowning achievement was his involvement in the planning, fund-raising and building of the MHS athletic wing and gym that opened in 2014.

DeLon Mork

Contributor

Dairy Queen and the Mork family have become synonymous with Bulldog athletics for several decades. DeWayne and Joanne Mork opened the Dairy Queen in March 1964 and began supporting MHS.

Son DeLon Mork has continued to be a supporter. He and Dairy Queen were Platinum donors for the original drive to build the MHS gym, and he continues to be an Anchor sponsor for gymnasium advertising. Mork and DQ have supported or sponsored countless camps for teams and individuals.

Several years ago, Mork and DQ donated monies to put lighting at all of the baseball and softball fields at Baughman-Belatti Park.

Katie (Breuer) Noyes

Athlete 2008

Noyes was an all-around athlete at MHS. She earned 14 varsity letters -- six in gymnastics, six in track & field and two in volleyball. She was a four-time MVP and earned Academic All-State honors in volleyball, gymnastics and track & field.

In gymnastics, she was a two-time MVP for the Bulldogs and won nine individual state titles -- four vault, three beam and two All-Around. She was a member of the All-Tournament Team for six straight years and helped her team to six team titles -- including the title in 2008 which set a rational record for most consecutive team titles at 16.

In track & field, she was a three-time state champion, finishing first in the pole vault (2008), and was a member of the winning 400-meter relay team (2006 and '07). She was a member of the 2007 combined track & field team championship team and holds the MHS record in the girls' pole vault, 10-feet-1.

Noyes won several volleyball awards and was selected to the Big 8 All-Conference team.

She was an MVP and had a second-place and two third-place finishes in the State Powerlifting Meet.

After graduation, she competed in cross country and track & field at Mount Marty College, where she was a five-time national qualifier in the pole vault and a two-time All-American.

She, her husband Joe and their son Irving live in Custer, where she works as a registered nurse.

Brady Wiebe

Athlete 2007

Wiebe was a major part of the resurgence of the boys' basketball program in the early 2000s. As a two-year starter and a three-year letterwinner, he was selected as a first-team All-Stater in 2007.

He led the team in points and rebounds for three straight years -- averaging a double/double in points and rebounds all three years.

Wiebe was the first 1,000-point scorer in school history and led the Bulldogs to a third-place finish in the 2007 State A Tournament in Rapid City -- their best finish in 13 years. That year also started a string of what turned out to be four straight appearances for the Bulldogs and eight appearances over the next 12 years -- including five state titles and two runner-up finishes.

Wiebe holds MHS career records in free throws made, free throws attempted, offensive rebounds, defensive rebounds and total rebounds. He is in the top five in five other categories.

After graduation, he played for Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell, where he was a 3-time All-American and a 2,000-point scorer (fifth all-time at DWU) and had 1,000-plus rebounds. On Jan. 27, 2017, he became just the fifth DWU Tiger to have his number retired.

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