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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Jeremy Beamon & Scott Taylor

October 7, 2017

From Middletown High School, Jeremy Beamon

Jeremy played in the Erie Bell game his junior and senior seasons as a quarterback and free safety. As a team captain of the ’95 and ’96 teams, he helped lead them to back to back wins in the Bell rivalry game. Jeremy went on to play for Lafayette College where he was a three-time All-Patriot League defensive back. He also played in the Arena Football League for the Albany Conquest. He now coaches football and basketball at Middletown.


From Port Jervis High School, Scott Taylor

Scott played in the Erie Bell game  in 1974 and ’75, and caught the game winning touchdown in the ’75 game. As a kicker, he was perfect in both matchups. He was a member of the undefeated OCL championship team in 1975 and was voted All Tri-County player of the year as well. He still holds the Port Jervis record for most field goals made. Scott continues to give back to the community through the local youth football leagues. He continues to help with the development of placekickers coming through the Port Jervis program and is one of its biggest supporters

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