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2014 Hall of Fame – Bryan Tartt and Paul Marks

November 3, 2014

Bryan Tartt

Bryan Tart

Hall of Fame, Bryan Tart, McKinley High School

 

Brian played in the McKinley-Massillon rivalry in 1989 & 1990, helping lead the Bulldogs to a 20-7 victory his senior year with a record 3 interceptions in the game. His exploits earned him 1st Team Defensive Honors on both The Repository and WHBC All-County teams, and he received the Marion Motley Award from McKinley. After graduation, Brian settled in Canton, where he has worked, owned his own business, and raised his family. He is accompanied today by his son, Jerrad.

Paul Marks

Paul Marks

Hall of Fame, Paul Marks, Massillon High School

Paul played in 4 rivalry games against McKinley without ever being defeated. During his tenure with the Tigers Paul earned All-City, All-Stark County, All- Ohio and Parade All-American recognition. After high school, Paul attended Memphis State University. He and his wife Barbara are proud and longtime residents of Massillon

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