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2015 Hall of Fame – Randy Dill & Quincy Jackson

September 19, 2015


Randy Dill, Byrnes High School

Randy Dill has freely given his time to the Byrnes football team since 2007. Each day, Randy comes to Byrnes and manages the equipment room for the football team. This job includes hours of washing practice and game uniforms, making sure each kid has the correct equipment and helping to manage the sideline each Thursday and Friday night. He is a staple in our program. Not only has Randy worked with the football program, but he also helps out winter and spring sports with their equipment and wash needs. Randy Dill performs all of these tasks and much more for free. He is an important piece of our overall athletic department success. Randy has been one of the few people on our staff that has been involved with the Byrnes/Gaffney rivalry each year since 2007.

Accepting the award is Koesha Talley

Accepting the award is Koesha Talley

Quincy Jackson, Gaffney High School

Quincy played in the Rivalry Series with Byrnes in his sophomore, junior and senior years. He played a pivotal role as a defensive linebacker in each contest. Quincy was a leader on and off the field. Quincy went on to attend the University of South Carolina where he received a BS in biology. He is currently serving in the United States Navy as a hospital Corpman.

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