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2010 Hall of Fame: Sky Hicks and Dr. Wesley Dulaney

November 2, 2010

From Daniel Boone High School: Sky Hicks
Sky played in the “The Musket Bowl” all four years at Daniel Boone. He scored seven touchdowns in the series, six of them during his senior year. In his final game against David Crocket, Sky rushed for 291 yards on 22 carries. He went on to be the only 2,000 yard running back in school history. He was a unanimous selection to the All-State Team in his senior year.

From David Crockett High School: Dr. Wesley Dulaney
Wesley played in “The Musket Bowl” all four years at David Crockett, starting at quarterback his sophomore through senior seasons. During that time, he led Crockett to a 2-1 record with victories in his junior and senior seasons. In three Musket Bowls, Dulaney completed 34 of his 59 passing attempts for 490 yards with four touchdowns and 0 interceptions. Following his junior season, he was named to the Tennessee Sportswriter Association First Team All-State in the 4A Division. He finished his career with 4,900 passing yards and 54 touchdowns. Following high school, Wesley obtained his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Campbell University and currently works at Mission Hospital in Asheville NC.

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