Gib Gilmore, Class of 1965, has been chosen for induction into the North Salem High School Hall of Fame’s 2009 Class in the category of Athletics. Gilmore was a three-sport athlete both at North Salem High School and later at Willamette University, lettering in football, basketball, and baseball. He was named All-State quarterback in 1964, a year when he led North’s most celebrated football team. While at Willamette, Gilmore was both drafted by the New York Yankees and invited for a tryout with the Dallas Cowboys. His record of 51 passes caught in a season stood for 22 years. He still is co-holder of the Willamette record of four touchdown catches in a game. He was a Little-All-American honorable mention in 1968, an award he repeated in baseball, hitting .410 as a junior center fielder. He has excelled in handball, winning the national 35-and-over singles championship in 1985. A local dentist, Gilmore has remained an active supporter of the North Salem community.