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2017 HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES: Richard Keith & Hadley Hicks

August 25, 2017

From Douglas High School, Richard Keith

Mr. Keith was a player from 1963-1967. He played in the last Turkey Trot game in 1964 before it became “The Pick” Pivalry. After graduation became a Navy corpsman and served with USMC in Vietnam in 1969. Keith Graduated from ASU in 1975 and started teaching in Douglas in 1976. In 1983 he began coaching the football team and continued coach until 1990. In 2009 he returned as the head football coach and worked until the middle of the season in 2013. His overall coaching record was 44-44-1. He still live in the area not far from the high school.

From Bisbee High School, Hadley Hicks.

In Hadley’s days at Bisbee High School he was one of two all- American chosen in 1951. He served as student body president for two year and governor of boys state. Hadley preformed in all sports that Bisbee had to offer and was well known for his outstanding performance in football and track. Serving in sports off the field, Hadley was the Bisbee High School sports columnist. He knew all of his classmates by name and was known by his peers and opponents for his good sportsmanship. After graduating in 1952, he went on to attend Arizona University. His Jersey #20 has since been retired.

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