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2014 Hall of Fame: Joseph Sadler & Ernie Tapia

September 27, 2014

Joseph Sadler

Hall of Fame Joseph Sadler, Devine HS

Hall of Fame Joseph Sadler, Devine HS

Joseph Sadler played for the Devine Warhorses from 2008-2011. Joseph left Devine as its all time leading rusher. With the help of his teammates Joseph had an incredible senior season. In his last game vs. Hondo Joseph helped lead a comeback for the ages. Joseph, aka “The Gingerbread Man” carried the ball 50 times for 466 yards and 5 touchdowns and 3 2 point conversions. With the win Devine went 10-0 that night eventually leading to a schools best 13-1 record in 2011. Joseph once again with the help of his teammates broke the great Kenneth Hall’s 53 year old record for most points ever scored by an individual in a single season in Texas High School history with 451 points in 2011. Joseph also is second nationally with most points ever scored. Joseph was recognized as the class 3A state player of the year. Joseph is currently a RB at the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio and is studying Exercise and Spots Science.

Ernie Tapia

Hall of Fame Ernie Tapia Hondo High School

Hall of Fame Ernie Tapia Hondo High School

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