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2010 Hall of Fame: Ken Mastrole and James White

October 12, 2010

From Cardinal Gibbons: Ken Mastrole
Ken led the Chiefs to their last victory over Aquinas in 1994, throwing for over 200 yards and three touchdown passes. Ken accepted a scholarship from the University of Maryland, where he went on to become a three-year letterman.

From St. Thomas Aquinas: James White
James was a four-year letterman for the St. Thomas Aquinas football team. During his tenure, he led the Raiders to two state championships and one national championship. He was a standout player for the Aquinas baseball team. After high school, James was offered a football scholarship to the Unversity of Wisconsin. James’ father, Tyrone, received the award on behalf of his son.

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