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Eric Wohle among Inductees tonight Into EU Hall of fame
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Eric Wohle will be among four inductees into the East Union High Hall of Fame 7 o’clock tonight at the Dalben Center’s Bill Stricker Court.

He’s a 1991 graduate of the school, where he set numerous swimming records including some that still stand through today. It was erroneously reported last week that former coach and Manteca Unified educator / administrator Rick Wohle was among the new EU inductees.

Eric Wohle went on to swim collegiately for the University of Washington, where he majored in architecture design and planning. He earned his masters in architecture from the University of New Mexico and is currently an Architect / Partner at LDA Partners.

Joining Wohle in the enshrinement ceremony – scheduled prior to the Lancers boys’ basketball finale against visiting Kimball High – will be Yasmeen Jazz Herrera, Mark Kackley, and Doug Swift.

Herrera, a standout athlete for the Lady Lancers in volleyball and basketball, graduated from East Union in 2005.

Kackley and Swift both excelled on the gridiron during their playing days at East Union.

A member of the Class of 1991, Kackley played on the 1989 Lancers team that captured the Valley Oak League title, advancing to the Sac-Joaquin Section Finals that year.

Swift, who also played baseball at EU, was a key contributor to the 1974 VOL championship team, rushing for 1,000 yards at fullback under coach Vern Gebhardt. He graduated from EU in 1975.