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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Tim Mulligan & Curt Siscel

October 21, 2016


Tim Mulligan

Tim retired from teaching after 31 years, many of which were spent coaching Napa. He took over the JV football program where he remained head coach for three seasons before joining the Varsity squad as the defensive line coach.

Tim was a great motivator to his players, talking to them about what it took to be a Napa High Indian. He instilled in them the importance of having pride and respect for Napa High. He helped to guide the Indians to 11 league championships in football, as well as two section championship games.



Curt Siscel

Curt played in the rivalry game in 1980 to 1982 as an offensive and defensive lineman on the varsity team. In these games, Vacaville won 2 out of the 3 games, his senior year Vacaville won 13-12. Most of the running success at Vacaville during his years on varsity was done with Curt paving the way. He finished his senior year with All-League honors and was the 1983 CIF state champion shot with a winning throw and school record of 63’ 9 1/2”. After high school, Curt went on to play football at the University of Washington and later came back to Vacaville and helped coach. He currently works as a diesel mechanic with Reliable Trucking.

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