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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Kyle Murphy & Colin Schooler

November 4, 2017

From San Clemente, Kyle Murphy  

Kyle was a three-year starter on the offensive line and was a US Army All American and South Coast League MVP on the 2011 team that went to the Pac-5 finals. He went on to be a 1st team All Pac-12 player at Sanford and was a Rose Bowl Champion. Kyle Murphy is currently in his 2nd season as an offensive lineman for the Green Bay Packers.

From Mission Viejo, Colin Schooler

 As a team captain last season, Colin led Mission Viejo to a 41-3 victory over San Clemente. He had 96 yards rushing, a touchdown reception and caused a fumble. Colin earned 3 letters in football as a running back and linebacker. He was a 2 time team captain for the football program and team MVP as a senior and was ranked 43rd in the nation. Colin is currently a linebacker for the University of Arizona.


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