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2015 Hall of Fame – Mark Catlin & Joe Glendening

October 16, 2015

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Mark Catlin, Lowell High School

Mark Catlin is a 2003 graduate and was a 4-year letterman at Lowell High leading the Red Arrows to their first Football State Championship in 2002. In the MHSAA record books, he ranks 2nd for total yards, touchdowns, and points scored in a State Finals game. Mark continued football at Grand Valley State University winning three national championships, graduating with a Marketing degree.

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Joe Glendening, East Grand Rapids High School

Joe played in this rivalry his JR & SR years with great impact – like his Jr year when he ran for a 60 yard touchdown in the 4th Quarter. Joe went on to be a 3-time All-American at Hillsdale College and was a finalist for the Harlon Hill award.

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