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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Kevin Miller & Kenny Luke

August 19, 2016

imagejpeg_1Kelvin Miller

Kelvin played in the Valdosta-Lowndes Winnersville Classi c his freshman, sophomore, junior and senior year. Kelvin served as a captain of the 1985 football team. In his senior year, Kelvin made major contributions in stopping the Vikings running back, in addition to having 2 sacks in that game. During the four years on the team, Kelvin had numerous sacks and stops in the Winnersville Classic and served as an integral part of the defense for 1984 State and National Championship team. Kelvin served 23 years in the United States Army with 3 tours in Iraq. He retired as a Sergeant First Class.

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Kenny Luke

Kenny Luke was the senior quarterback of the 1977 vikings that beat Valdosta 7-2 for Lowndes first victory over their cross county rivals. Luke had played his Sophomore and Junior years as a defensive starter before taking over the reigns of Joe Wilson Offensive in his second year as head coach. Luke passed for over 1200 yards for the year ranking him in the top 10 of viking quarterbacks. Kenny went on to play collegiate ball at Salem College in West Virginia on a scholarship. The former Plowboy co-captain currently resides in lake park and is employed by Mackey Lumber.

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