Charlie Powell

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Inducted in 1995. Charlie Powell earned three varsity letters each in football, basketball, baseball, and track & field at San Diego High School. He started at defensive end for the San Francisco 49ers at age twenty, and became the fourth-ranked heavyweight boxer in the world; knocking out number two, Nino […]

Ken Norton

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Inducted in 2001, Ken Norton began boxing in the Marine Corps while stationed at Camp Pendleton. He won three Marine heavyweight titles and turned professional in 1967. Norton went 27-1 before getting the opportunity to fight Muhammad Ali at the San Diego Sports Arena on March 31, 1973. Norton stunned […]

Bill Walton

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Inducted in 1990, Bill Walton, Basketball Hall of Famer, led Helix High School to CIF Section titles in 1969 and 1970, and was Player of the Year and high school All-American in 1970. He was college Player of the Year three consecutive years (1972-1974), leading UCLA to an NCAA record […]

Ted Williams

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Inducted in 1954, Ted Williams, generally regarded as the greatest hitter in baseball history, batted .406 in 1941, the last major leaguer to hit .400. He batted .344 with 521 home runs in 19 seasons with the Boston Red Sox, despite missing five seasons as a Marine fighter pilot during […]

Dan Fouts

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Inducted in 1989. Dan Fouts symbolized the San Diego Chargers’ lightning bolt insignia for 15 seasons. All-Pacific Coast at Oregon, and tutored by Johnny Unitas as a rookie in 1973, his short drop and rapid reads made him the perfect pilot for the NFL’s highest flying offense under coach Don […]

Eric Allen

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Junior Seau of Oceanside High owns record for most Pro Bowls by NFL player from a San Diego High school with 12. Next on the list is John Lynch, a Torrey Pines High alum who announced his retirement following his ninth Pro Bowl season in 2007. Those two totals will […]

Bud Muehleisen

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Inducted in 1980. Dr. Bud Meuhleisen won 69 National and International Racquetball Championships and is acknowledged within the sport as the “Father of Racquetball”. Although the native San Diegan and long time local dentist did not invent the game, he did write the rules, and he and his friends were […]

Dave Winfield

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Inducted in 1998, Dave Winfield played his first eight of twenty-two major league seasons in San Diego from 1973-1980, representing the Padres in four of twelve consecutive All-Star Game appearances (1977-1988). At six foot six, strong armed and fast, he was drafted in three sports (baseball, basketball and football) from […]

Deron Johnson

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Deron Johnson, All-Southern California in both football and baseball at San Diego High School, had sixteen years as a player and twelve as a coach in major league baseball until his death from cancer in 1992. A prep All-American in 1955 when San Diego High School won the National High […]