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2012 Hall of Fame: BJ Nard and Marshall Dillard

October 23, 2012

From Frontier High School- BJ Nard:

BJ was a star during his 2011 and 2012 seasons against Bakersfield during their rivalry. BJ had 6 receptions totaling over 200+ yards, 2 touchdowns, and over 20 tackles for the two rivalry games. He graduated with a 3.5 GPA and is currently playing at Cal Poly San Louis Obispo.

From Bakersfield High School- Marshall Dillard:

Marshall broke virtually every record during his 3 years as a Driller tailback. He had an unprecedented 52 carries in a single game in 1982. At one time he all of the rushing and scoring records for Bakersfield. With his combination of speed and power, Marshall went on to play at Stanford University where he lettered in 1983, and 1985-1987.

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