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Bill Buckner

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Bill Buckner is known throughout the country by knowledgeable baseball observers as one of the great hitters to play major league baseball. Only 44 players in the history of Major League Baseball have hit safely more times than Bill Buckner.

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Jim Dykes*

Jim Dykes*

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Jim Dykes was an outstanding baseball and football player whose high school career was interrupted by World War II. As a freshman in 1941, Dykes started several games as a pitcher for Napa High School. He had a very strong

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Les Franco

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Les Franco was the Most Valuable Player on the 1961 football team, excelling as a linebacker on defense and part-time quarterback on offense. He was also an outstanding linebacker on the 1960 team. Like his father before him, Franco was

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Louie Guisto*

Louie Guisto*

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With his induction into the Napa High School Athletic Hall of Fame in 1999, Louie Guisto becomes the oldest alumnus to be so honored. Not much is known about Guisto’s achievements at Napa High School, but based on his accomplishments

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Jim Link

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Jim Link had a two sport career at Napa High School. He performed well on the baseball field and had an incredible record as a three year starter on the football team. As a freshman, Link was a starter on

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Bob Porter

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Bob Porter was a standout baseball player at Napa High in 1976 and 1977, leading the Indians to the league championship with a .447 batting average. As an outfielder, Porter won the following honors as a junior: All-Honors Team, All-County

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Todd Pridy

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Todd Pridy was a football and baseball player at Napa High School. With all due respect to his football talent, Pridy will always be remembered for what he contributed to the Napa High baseball program – first as a player

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Dana Schulz

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Dana Schulz was an outstanding two-sport athlete at Napa high School and later at Napa Junior College. Schulz was a standout center and linebacker on the 1964 NBL Championship Napa Indian team. He led the team in tackles, recovered 10

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Eric Tye

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Eric Tye played three years of football and baseball at Napa High. He played on junior varsity teams as a sophomore and starred on the varsity teams in his junior and senior years. He was All-NBL honorable mention in 1973

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Matt Yourkin

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Matt Yourkin was an incredible two-sport student-athlete and leader on both the football and baseball fields. As quarterback for the Indians, Yourkin was named a team captain and selected as Coaches Offensive Player of the Year during his senior campaign,

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