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2012 Hall of Fame: Colt Lyeria and Todd Sahlfeld

September 29, 2012

Hillsboro High School Hall of Fame Inductee- Colt Lyeria

Colt graduated from Hillsboro in 2011. While attending he played in the 2009 rivalry game. A game that he is remembered for was his ESPN play of the week as Junior, a “Hail Mary” 60 yard touchdown catch. Colt is now a sophomore at the University of Oregon and starting at tight end for the Duck Football Team.

Glencoe High School Hall of Fame Inductee- Todd Sahlfeld

Todd was a 3-year lettermen at Glencoe High school. He was 1st team All-State as an offense lineman, a defense lineman and team captain. He was also Glencoe’s first ever wrestling state champ at 191 lbs. Todd attended Oregon State where he played from 87-91. Leading the Pac-10 in tackles, he eventually earned a spot on 1st team All Pac-10 as well as the role of team captain. Todd has devoted 18 years now coaching football at Glencoe. The program is very blessed to have him in the program, continuing to lead young men every day.

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