Sean Everton ’80 has been inducted into the Los Gatos High School Hall of Fame. Everton was a great baseball player for the Wildcats, and the Los Gatos graduate was the team captain on the ’76 club that finished second to Leigh in the West Valley Athletic League race. A two-year starter for the Wildcats, Everton led the squad in batting average, extra base hits and total bases in both his junior and senior seasons. Everton hit .338 (25 for 74) as a junior with eight extra base hits and 35 total bases (sharing that lead with teammate Steve Hosmer), and he came back to hit .397 (29 for 73) as a senior with 11 extra base hits and 46 total bases. He went on to star at Santa Clara University, where he won all-conference honors, and he was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays. Everton played two seasons of professional baseball. Everton was also a starting wide receiver on the Los Gatos football team.