Coach Repoll played in the McGill-Murphy rivalry from 1984-1987. He was part of Mc-Gill Toolen’s first-ever regional championship team in 1987 that defeated Murphy 17-7. After high school, Coach Repoll entered the United States Army. After the Army, Coach Repoll returned to his Alma Mater to teach and coach football. He currently serves as Assistant Principal of Student Activities at McGill-Toolen Catholic High School. His legacy continues, as he has two sons currently playing in the football for the Jackets. Coach Repoll has been directly involved with the McGill-Murphy rivalry as a player, coach, and administrator for over 30 years.