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2015 Hall of Fame – Leland Eudy & James Matthew Noble II

October 10, 2015


Leland Eudy, Victor Valley

Leland Eudy played in the axe game 2 years and won the Axe his senior year. He graduated from Victor Valley in 1971 and was an All – League player on both the Offensive and Defensive Lines. He went on to play at Victor Valley Junior College and then at USIU where he was a Division 3 All-American. He returned to Victor Valley where he began his teaching and coaching career. As a coach Leland led his team to the CIF Finals and the CIF Semi-Finals three times. He won several league titles and served 19 years as the Head Coach at Victor Valley High School. He has had a great impact on this campus as a teacher and a coach over his tenure.


James Matthew Noble II, Barstow High

During his senior year, James amassed over 2500 rushing yards and 28 touchdowns for his career. He set the county record for regular season yardage with 2,256 yards. He was named the Old Spice Red Zone Athlete of the Year and the Desert Sky League Player of the Year. He then moved on to become a 4 year starter at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and is the all-time career rushing touchdown leader at the school. James is represented by his parents.

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