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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Kyle Kamman & Steven O’Neal

August 26, 2016

Columbus North

Kyle Kamman

Kyle played in the Columbus North-Columbus East rivalry as the Bulldogs starting quarterback as a junior and senior. In 2010, Kyle completed 12 of 17 passes for 143 yards as CN prevailed 42-21. In 2011, Kyle ran for one touchdown and threw for another while completing 14 of 20 for 163 yards in a 45-40 triumph. At the end of that season, Kyle was named a Scholar- Athlete Award winner for the national Football Foundation. He went on to play in 18 games over three seasons as a member of the Ball State University Football Team.

 

Columbus East

Steven O’Neal

Steven O’Neal, as a senior captain for Columbus East last season, ran for 194 yards on 22 carries averaging 8.8 yards per carry while scoring 2-touchdowns, including a 63 yard touchdown run, during last year’s 28-21 victory over Columbus North. His lone reception of 5 yards gave Steven 199 total offensive yards during last year’s contest. Steven played a major role in last year’s 11-1 Hoosier Hills Conference Team Championship. He was also a valuable member of the track program ending his career advancing to the state meet in the 200 meter dash. Steven is continuing his football career at Marshall University.

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