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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Dennis Hefner & Harold Singleton

September 1, 2017

Tuscola High School, Dennis Hefner

Coach Hefner coached at Tuscola for more than 30 years and is loved and respected by both past and present players and coaches. His primary coaching responsibility was as the defensive backs coach. During his tenure, the Mountaineers won the rivalry game 23 times. In addition to coaching football, he also coached track and had the honor of coaching Tuscola’s only two-time state champion. Coach Hefner was a valuable member of the faculty as both a teacher and coach and is still a loyal supporter of the Mountaineers.

Pisgah High School, Harold Singleton

Harold began coaching in 1967 under the late Boyd Allen. He served as a head coach for junior varsity football, boy’s track, girls’ basketball, and assistant varsity football. Harold was on the staff that won the 1975 and 1976 3A State Championship. He retired in 2004 after teaching social studies, driver education and serving as an assistant principal and athletic director.

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