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2012 Hall of Fame: William Wilkes and John Bartlett

October 1, 2012

From St. Peter’s Prep High School- William Wilkes:

William graduated from St. Peters Prep in 1985. He then went on to play with the Rutgers from 1986-1991 as defensive back. His son Khalil Wilkes also graduated from St. Peter’s Prep in 2009 and currently starts at Stanford as offensive guard. William returned to the St. Peter’s Prep to coach for 15 years.

From Boston College High School- John Bartlett:

John was head football coach at BChs for four years and won 2 state championships. He was instrumental in bringing the BCHS vs SPP rivalry game to life and helped make it an annual tradition. John was inducted into the BCHS hall of fame and also attended Colby college. Accepting on his behalf is Coach Jack Travers.

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