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Michaletos named to HOF

By Phil Jensen
Thursday, April 7th, 2011 at 9:57 pm in Uncategorized.

Former John F. Kennedy-Fremont football coach Pete Michaletos will be inducted into the California Coaches Association Hall of Fame in June.
ā€œIā€™m very surprised and I feel very honored,ā€ Michaletos said.
Michaletos retired as the Titans coach at the end of the 2010 season, ending the longest tenure by a high school football varsity head coach in California state history according to Cal-Hi Sports. Michaletos completed his 46th regular season at Kennedy in November.
The induction will take place on June 11 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Sacramento.

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  • ManDown

    Why is he going into the hall of fame?

  • c.sparks

    I know


    46 years of dedicating himself at the same place isn’t good enough? I know he never won anything but that kind of consistency & drive deserves it in my opinion. ManDown you seem to be all on this grades & stuff other then football this man helping shape kids lives for 46 years in the same place means nothing.

  • allstar coach

    just respect it nothing wrong with a lifetime achievement award.