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Fetter to be inducted into the IHSAA Football Hall of Fame

November 8, 2018
By Allison Graham - Sports Editor ( , Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

The Iowa High School Athletic Association will induct six members to the 2018 Hall of Fame class on Friday, November 16. The ceremony will take place during halftime of the Class 4A game which will kick off at 7 p.m. at the UNI-Dome. South Tama alumni, Mark Fetter will be inducted.

Bio: Mark Fetter, South Tama (Running Back/Linebacker, 1970-71) Versatile three-sport star who was hailed by many as the best football player in Iowa in 1971, when he led the Trojans to an unbeaten season as a hard-running tailback and linebacker. Two-time All-State choice, averaging 7.8 yards per carry his final two seasons including an 8-0 campaign as a senior. Recruited by Iowa and lettered three seasons and started two for the Hawkeyes. Played semi-pro football several years after graduation including scoring the first touchdown by an American on European soil in Versailles, France in 1977. He is now in private business in Toledo.

Also being inducted are the following:

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Mark Fetter

Matt Purdy, Cedar Falls (Offensive Line, 1989-90)

Dallas Clark, Twin River Valley (Running/Back/Receiver/Linebacker, 1988)

Scott Davis, Glenwood (Linebacker, 1986-87)

Milt Jackson, Fairfield (Receiver, 1980-81) and

Bill Lewis, Sioux City, East (Center, 1980)



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