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2012 Hall of Fame: Aaron Love and Robert Faiman

October 1, 2012

From Green Valley High School- Aaron Love:

Aaron played in the Henderson Bowl in 2010 and 2011. In 2011 Aaron Love carried the ball 20 times for 270 yards and 2 touchdowns. During the game there were several lead changes and the last 5 minutes of the game basic took the lead 33 to 30. Aaron took a hand-off 50 yards to set up the touch down. The Gators won 36-33 and ended a 3 year Basic winning streak.

From Basic High School- Robert Faiman:

Robert was the 2008 Henderson Player of the Year. He led the Wolves to the Bowl and Division Championship with 119 yards rushing, 139 yards passing along with 4 touchdowns. He went on to earn a scholarship to play at Northern State University and later Whittier College in California. He is currently finishing his degree in Special Education and is also assistant coach at Basic High School.

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