The Hall of Fame

The 2000 District Championship Team

2000 District Championship Team

Well, to get there you need to beat us. Why don’t we wait until after the game and see who needs the advice?

-Mike McLeod, Head Coach

Tom made us all look better. I learned early on that my best play was to hand the ball off to him and let him do his thing.”
-Gary Anderson, Team member

“John was a unique athlete that combined exceptional speed, agility, and great hands with strength and toughness.”

“Chris was the MVP of our 1968 Border Cities League Champions. He seldom came off the field, excelling on offense, defense, and our kicking game. He was a composed and complete football player. Chris was a wonderful young man to coach”.
-Coach Russ Hepner

“I believe football is like life: you prepare; you practice; you compete to achieve. Often the effort brings rewards, other times, disappointments. Regardless of the outcome, life does go on.”
-Coach Rice

Greg Steen

Defensive End, Linebacker and Offensive Guard

“Greg was a defensive end, linebacker and offensive guard for the 1969 and 1970 squads.  In his senior year he was team MVP, All Border City League, All Suburban, and All State Class A.  He led the team in tackles in 1970 with 79 solo and 62 assists.  His combined total of 131 was 48 more than the next best on the team.”

-Coach Russ Hepner

Vince when on to play at Hillsdale College (2005 to 2009) where he had 3,660 career yards on 760 carries with 54 touchdowns which places him third in all-time rushing yardage and second in career scoring

As a senior Bailey passed for over 1,000 yards and 13 touchdowns.

“Consensus All-state Champions”

Tenured 32 years with 143 wins, 69 losses and 10 League Championships