Peter Steinhafel
Peter Steinhafel A graduate member of the Tomahawk High School Class of 1990 participating in football, wrestling, track and baseball, earning 14 letters.

Pete was valedictorian of his class and recipient of the Governor's Scholarship. Selected as team captain in all four sports and an eleven time All Conference se1ection (4 in wrestling, 3 in baseball, 2 in football and 2 in track). Special honors for Pete include a two time selection as "Lumberjack Conference Wrestler of the Year", the first four time conference and regional champion in Lumberjack Conference wrestling history, and a two time state ranked wrestler placing 4th and 2nd at state in two trips. Pete also received an excellent mention on the Channell All-Star Football Team and was a member of the All-Region Team as a safety.

In addition to playing 16 sport seasons, Pete was a member of FBLA, Tomahawk Math League, Forensics, Laird Leadership Conference, National Honor Society, Academic Decathlon, New Letterman's Club, peer facilitator and a Badger Boys participant. During this time he also coached youth baseball, football and wrestling.

Pete graduated magna cum laude in 1995 from the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire with a bachelor of science degree in Biology. He was valedictorian of his 1998 graduating class for Northwestern College of Chiropractic In Bloomington, MN and is currently in his third year of practice with Allied Health Chiropractic Centers in Nekoosa, Wisconsin. Pete is a member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is working towards his Chiropractic Sports Physician Certificate. He is also a member of Allied Health's Branch doctor sub-committee and peer review committee. Pete is currently involved in Nekoosa Athletics with concentrations on wrestling and Pop Warner Football.

Inducted: 2000