Larry Lytle Jr
Larry played in the Aberdeen vs. Hoquiam Thanksgiving Day game his Junior and Senior years. As a wide receiver his senior year, during the game he had 6 receptions for 106 yards and one touchdown. Playing both ways on defense he had a 50-yard interception for a touchdown, leading his team to a 18-13 victory. Larry received a scholarship to Boise State but decided to stay home and attend Grays Harbor College where he played football and won several awards. He was later named to the All-Century Team at Hoquiam as a wide receiver and defensive back. He coached at Hoquiam for 30 plus years and also has been the head track coach for several years at the High and Middle School.
Jason graduated from Aberdeen in 1993, he was a 3 time all Black Hills League selection as an offensive lineman and earned all-state recognition in 1992. He went on to start 38 consecutive games as an offensive guard in Washington State, earning all-Pac-10 Conference recognition in 1997 and playing on WSU’s 97 -98 Rose Bowl Team. After playing for the NFL Europe’s Berlin Thunder and receiving all-Europe status as a center, McEndoo spent 3 years in the NFL with the Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints. This fall, he will enter his 12th season as the offensive line coach for Montana State University. In 2011, he received the American Football Coaches Association FCS Assistant Coach of the Year award.