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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Lance Lewis & Kalif Phillips

November 3, 2017

From Concord High School,  Lance Lewis

Lance was a three-year letterman for the varsity football team, He lead the team in yards and touchdowns from 2004-07. His sophomore and senior season Lance’s Concord team won the state championship and Lance was name player of the year in the conference. Lance finished his college career at East Carolina University and played in the NFL for the Washington Redskins and the San Francisco 49ers.

From AL Brown High School,  Kalif Phillips

In 2011 Kalif Phillips played in his first Rivalry series matchup against Concord as a varsity player.  Phillips carried the ball 19 times for 139 yards and scored two touchdowns. This performance earned him the MVP award for the rivalry series and a 31-26 victory for the Wonders. Kalif Phillips went on to be a star at the University of North Carolina @ Charlotte where he was a 4 year Letterman. Phillips score the first rushing touchdown in school history and went on to rush for over 4,000 yards and scored 43 touchdowns for the 49ers. Out of college Phillips signed with the Green Bay Packers. Kalif Phillips is now teaching and coaching here at his Alma Mater. The A.L. Brown Wonders.


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