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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Carlton Homan & Ronnie Hill

October 13, 2017

From Smith-Cotton High School, Carlton Homan

Carlton played in the Smith-Cotton/Center rivalry game for three years in high school and was a member of the 2015 conference championship team for the Tigers. His senior year he helped lead the Tigers to a 27-17 victory against Center. During high school, Carlton was also a member of the baseball and track teams. Carlton now attends Missouri State University where he is pre-med.

From Center High School, Ronnie Hill

Ronnie played all four years in the rivalry game vs. Smith – Cotton. In his senior year, he led Center to a 42-7 victory when he rushed for 138 yards and threw for 142 more with one rushing and one passing touchdown. In the fourth game of the season, Ronnie moved from slot receiver to quarterback and led the team to nine straight victories and a 10-3 finish, losing to Maryville in the quarterfinals of the state tournament.



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