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2015 Hall of Fame – Josue Miranda & Tony Rose

August 29, 2015

Bisbee HOF Josue

Josue Miranda, Bisbee High School

A four year starter and 3 time all conference selection; Josue came into his senior year considered the centerpiece of the offensive line. At 6-2 285, Josue not only led the Pumas as a critical part of their 2010 win against Douglas (14-8), but he also got on the radar of many College programs. Josue is currently a starting Offensive lineman for D-I Southeastern Louisiana University as they look to improve on last season’s 9-4 record.

Douglas Hall of Fame

Tony Rose, Douglas High School

Margeret Baldenegro accepts the award for Tony Rose. He was the MVP of the Douglas/Bisbee game in 1974 in which Douglas beat Bisbee 29-0. Tony was a sophomore quarterback and went on to throw 1618 yards which was a school record at the time only to break that record his junior year. That record is #4 in DHS history with his junior year at #2 and his cousin David Rose holding the #3 spot. Tony also holds the top 3 spots for touchdowns in a season by throwing 20 as a sophomore.

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