• Renee (Olson) Holland
     Renee (Olson) Holland
     Inducted into MSUM Hall of Fame
       Renee (Olson) Holland was inducted into the Minnesota State University Moorhead Dragon Hall of Fame on October 8, 2005.  Renee was a 1990 graduate of Campbell-Tintah High School where she played basketball under head basketball coach Mark Zarak and assistant coach Sue Vetsch.  In high school, Renee was a three-sport athlete, competing in basketball, volleyball, and track.
       Renee went on to be a four-year basketball starter for the Dragons, graduating in 1994.  She earned MVP, All-NSIC, All-NAIA District 13 and NAIA honorable mention in All-American honors as a senior in 1993-1994.  She holds the Dragon's single game scoring record fo 38 points and set a single season scoring record of 20.1 points per game as a senior.  Renee ranks 3rd in career blocks (81); 4th in field goals made (232); 5th in rebounds (790); and 6th in total scoring (1267) for the Dragons.
       Renee now resides in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, with her husband Wilson Holland and their four children.  She is the daughter of Dennis Olson, Evansville, Minnesota, and Kathy Olson, Rio Rancho, New Mexico.
    Eugene McCarthy  
     Eugene McCarthy
        Eugene served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1949 to 1959
       U.S. Senate from 1959 to 1971
       1968 Presidential Candidate
       Eugene McCarthy was the Social Studies teacher at the Tintah Public School from 1939-1940. 

    Errol Mann



    Errol Mann


     Errol Mann
     Campbell-Tintah School to hold ceremony honoring late NFL player Errol Mann

    Celebration of 1959 graduate coincides with Homecoming activities

    The public is invited to an informal ceremony at Campbell-Tintah High School at 1 p.m. Friday, Sept. 30 to honor the late Errol Mann. Mann was a former NFL player and a Class of 1959 graduate from the school.

    In recognition of its 50th anniversary, the NFL presented a golden football to Campbell-Tintah recently to acknowledge Mann’s achievements with the NFL and the roots from which he came.

    Mann was a placekicker who played in the NFL from 1968-1978. He was a member of the Oakland Raiders’ Super Bowl XI winning team. When attempting kicks, he used a now-rarely practiced straight-on style.

    He led the NFL in extra points and extra points scored being a perfect 41 of 41 extra points in 1970, and in 1976 he played for both the Detroit Lions and the Oakland Raiders, but made only 8 of 22 field goals in the regular season.

    1977 may have been the best season of his career leading the NFL with extra points attempted at 42, extra points made at 39 and he led the NFL in points scored with 99.

    Superintendent and Principal of Campbell Tintah Public Schools Kyle Edgerton explained the importance of Mann’s recognition by the NFL.

    “It sends the message to students that it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from, even Campbell (Minnesota), all you need is a dream, work hard and an undying determination to never give up,” he said. “Errol Mann’s life exemplifies this.”

    The celebration coincides with the school’s homecoming events. After the ceremony, a pep rally is scheduled for 2 p.m., and an Errol Mann get-together of family and friends will be held from 3-5 p.m. The homecoming game will be played in Rosholt, South Dakota, at 7 p.m. Recognition of Errol Mann and the golden football will be given at halftime, along with the presentation of the school’s homecoming court.

    To attend the ceremony, RSVP to the school at 218-630-5311. 

    Errol Denis Mann (June 27, 1941 – April 11, 2013) was an American football placekicker who played in the National Football League from 1968-1978. He was a member of the Oakland Raiders' Super Bowl XI winning team. When attempting kicks, he used the straight-on style which is now almost never used by placekickers. 
     In 1970, Errol Mann led the NFL in extra points attempted and extra points scored being a perfect 41 of 41 on extra points.[1] In 1976, he played for both the Lions and the Raiders, but made only 8 of 22 field goals in the regular season.[2] Then in Super Bowl XI at the end of the season he made two Field Goals including one from 40 yards to help the Raiders become Super Bowl Champions for the first time in franchise history. However, he also missed a 29-yard field goal and two extra point attempts. The following season, 1977, he had arguably the best season of his career leading the NFL in extra points attempted with 42, extra points made with 39 and he also led the NFL in points scored with 99.[1]

    Golden Football


    Mike Cannon

    Mike Cannon


     Mike Cannon was born and raised in Campbell, MN.  He graduated from Campbell-Tintah High School in 1978.  He pursued his studies at North Dakota State College of Science, Wahpeton, ND (graduating in 1980 with A. S. in Business Administration) and in 1982 graduated from Moorhead State University with B. S. in Business Administration.

    He started officiating high school basketball in 1979 and high school football in 1980. Since then he’s officiated the following:

    • college football in the NCAA Division II North Central Conference from 1988-1999;
    • college basketball in NCAA Division II & III conferences from 1984-2006;
    • college football in the Big Ten Conference from 2000-present,

    He is currently a Field Judge (primary position) and a Referee on a part-time basis.  He’s officiated 9 bowl games including the 2005 and 2010 BCS National Championship Games.

    When he is not on the field officiating, Mike works at Citizens Bank & Trust Co., Hutchinson, MN where he serves as Executive Vice President.  Mike and his wife Amber have three children.

    Photos courtesy of Citizens Bank & Trust (Hutchinson, MN) and Mike Cannon.