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2012 Hall of Fame: Scott Jordan and Robert “Waldo” Walters

October 29, 2012

From A.L. Brown High School (Kannapolis)- Scott Jordan

Scott is 1991 graduate of AL Brown High School. He now serves as a US History teacher and football coach for the Wonders. In the 1990 Bell Game Coach Jordan was instrumental in the Wonders 20-19 victory as he caught a last second touchdown pass to come from behind and defeat the Concord Spiders.

From Concord High School- Robert “Waldo” Walters:

Robert was All-SPC in 1967 &1968. With those honors he received a full football scholarship to UNC Chapel-Hill to which he played from 1969-1972. He went on to play for the Washington Redskins and later signed with the New Orleans Saints. Robert is now the owner of Waldo Enterprises as an industrial water consultant and chemist.

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