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2017 Hall of Fame Inductees: Tony Jefferson & Anthony Pasada

October 27, 2017

From East Lake High School, Tony Jefferson

Tony Jefferson was a key player on the Eastlake Football team. During his time on the team, he made 88 tackles, 12 tackles for loss, four sacks, two fumbles caused, two fumbles recovered, and lead Eastlake to a San Diego Division 1 CIF championship during his senior year. He earned a 2009 USA Today All-American selection. Jefferson later went on to play football for Oklahoma and now plays in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens.


From Bonita Vista, Anthony Pasada

Anthony Pasada was a 4 year starter for the Bonita Vista Football team. He went 2-2 against East Lake during his 4 years on the team. His most memorable game was in 2015 when he drove the Barons down the field and threw the game winning touchdown. In the last game against East Lake, Anthony threw 3 touchdowns and led the Barons to a 20-12 Victory. Accepting this award on his behalf is his brother, Diego Posada

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