Ryan Hoff Baseball Class of 1988Ryan Hoff was a three-year infield Varsity letterman for the Falcons. Ryan was a starter on the 1987 State Championship team and an All-State player in 1988. In his senior season, Ryan led the Falcons with a .436 batting average, 23 RBIs, 3 homeruns, and 14 stolen bases. Ryan's teammates voted him Most Valuable Player that season.
Ryan was selected All-Mid-Valley League and played in the State feeder games, where he was selected Most Valuable Player. This earned Ryan a spot in the 1988 Washington State All-State games.
Ryan continued his education and baseball playing after high school graduation, attending Big Bend Community College and then Central Washington State University. Ryan was the type of player you always depended on and was a conscientious practice and game player. He always worked to improve his skills and helped his team by example and leadership.
After receiving his degree in education, Ryan taught in the Kennewick and Richland School Districts. Ryan helped his father (Dean Hoff) coach the Kennewick Lions baseball team and was the Hanford Flames manager for two seasons.