Three standout women elected to Hall of Fame
From left, Maddie Robison, Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz and Hannah Sempf.
Hungry Horse News
Three female athletes have been inducted into the Columbia Falls Athletic Hall of Fame — Cheyanne Johnston-Heinz, Hannah Sempf and Maddie Robison.
• Johnston-Heinz was a standout soccer player for the Lady Wildcats and was a three-time offensive MVP for the team. She was also the recipient of the 2022 Tom Dumay award. She also won the Wildcat coaches award in track. Academically she was a member of the National Honor Society and the senior class representative in 2022. Her parents are Kami and James Heinz.
• Hannah Sempf was a cross country class A state champion in 2021 and helped lead the team to a state A crown that season.
She was also an all-state and all-conference cross country runner. She also was a standout athlete in track, taking second in state pole vault in 2022 as well as being a key member of the girls 4x400 relay and 4x100 relay teams. She was also a two-time academic all-state. Her parents are Amy and Alan Sempf.
• Maddie Robison was a standout athlete in soccer, basketball and track. She holds the school record for most goals in a game at seven, and holds the state A record for career assists at 58 and single season at 21. She’s ranked fifth all-time in class A for goals scored at 88.
In basketball she was Western A tourney MVP in 2021 and conference MVP in 2021 and 2022. She holds the school record for steals in a career.
In track she was a key member of the relay teams and third in the state long jump in 2019. Her parents are Ashlee and David Robison.