Hall of Fame Class of 2002
Warren Logan graduated from Lincoln High School in 1951 after an incredible career in both football and track and field. He was a high school cross-state All Star in football and a standout decathlete in track and field. Following his successful high school career, Warren attended the University of Puget Sound. While at UPS, he continued to excel in both football and track and field. He was a four-year letterman and the team’s inspirational award winner in football and one of the leading point scorers on the track and field team.
After college, he began coaching at Lakes High School. Warren compiled yet another outstanding record of success during his coaching career at Lakes. This was especially notable when it came to the state championship meet. His teams won two state championship titles in 1975 and 1987, placed second three other times, third twice and fourth three times – a total of twelve top four team finishes. During his career, he coached twelve individual athletes who won state championship event titles and he coached six relay teams to state championships. He had six individual state champions in the 400m event alone. He was recognized as the Washington State Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year in 1987 and was nominated for national coach of the year honors in 1984 and 1988. Since retiring, Warren continues to volunteer at track and field meets in his local area and continues to make contributions to the sport that he has already given so much to over the last forty years.