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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Ken Magoteaux & Todd Denlinger

October 28, 2017

From Piqua, Ken Magoteaux

Ken was a first team All-GMVC performer in in 90’,91, & 92’ seasons and was named to the All-State first team in his senior year. Ken threw for 309 passes for 1,944 yards, and scored 26 touchdowns throughout his career at Piqua. Ken went on to attend Wittenburg University where he majored in business and earned four varsity letters in both football and baseball. Ken and his brothers all played for Piqua, along with father, Steve, who was the head coach for the Indians for 8 years on the grid-iron.


 

From Troy, Todd Denlinger

While at Troy, Todd earned four varsity letters in football, three in track and one in ice hockey. Todd was a four-year starter on the Trojan football team as a tackle and a linebacker and was a first team All-GWOC performer in 2003 & 2004 and named 1st team All-Ohio in 2004. Todd went on to attend The Ohio State University on a football scholarship and graduated with honors with a degree in Construction Management. While at Ohio State, Todd was a 4-year starter for the Buckeyes as a Defensive Tackle and earned four varsity letters in football and was a three-time All-Academic All-Big 10 recipient.

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