Kelly Hull was elected to the Napa High School Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility – 15 years after graduation. As an undergraduate, Hull was a popular leader, a competitive athlete and the recipient of many awards that honored her scholastic and athletic achievements. Hull played three years of volleyball, three years of basketball and three years of softball at Napa High. She was a member of the 1985 MEL Championship volleyball team that made it to the Section playoffs and she was All-League and All-County for the 1986 MEL Championship team that also went to the Section playoffs. In basketball, Hull was captain of the JV team in her sophomore year and captain of the varsity team in her senior year. As a softball player, Hull was a catcher, team captain of the JV team as a sophomore, Most Improved Player on the varsity team that went to the Section playoffs, and All-League, All-County and All-Napa Valley Invitational Tournament catcher in her senior year. In 1985, Hull was Napa High Indian of the Year and Class Secretary-Treasurer. She received the Superintendent’s Scholar Award in 1986 and 1987, the Board of Education Scholar Award in 1988, the Presidential Academic Fitness Award in 1987, United States Army Reserve Scholar/Athlete Award in 1988, N.H.S. Female Athlete of the Year and Soroptimist Female Athlete of the Year in 1988. She was also the recipient of many scholarships. Hull’s 4.09 grade point average at Napa High helped her get to U.C. Davis and the McGeorge School of Law. She is now a practicing attorney in Sacramento.