MDHS Hall of Fame
The Undefeated 1969 Cross Country Team
#1 freshman team in the U.S. in 1969
MD Football until 1953
Led MD's football team to championship seasons in 1952 and 1953.
Led two Stanford football teams to the Rose Bowl.
Coached Denver Broncos for five winning seasons.
Elected into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1992.
Larry Prosper, '64
League Champion and Most Valuable Wrestler 2 years in a row.
Placed second in the 1972 Olympic trials for wrestling
Police Olympic Champion
1996 Olympic Torch Rinner
1999 Grand Masters Champion for Freestyle and Greco Roman wrestling
Member of the California Wrestling Hall of Fame
Served for more than 30 years as a high school wrestling official
Mike Kincheloe, '72
Cross Country and Track
Diablo Valley Athletic League second place team member
#1 freshman cross country team in the U.S. by Track and Field News
#3 freshman cross country 2-miler in the U.S. by Track and Field News
Dwain Adams, '62
Baseball and Football
Member of champion football team in 1960
Record held for most pass interceptions from 1961 - 1963
MVP in baseball; 7-0 pitcher and team captain
Played pro baseball with the LA Dodgers
Lee Anderson, '51
Member of the 1957 champion basketball team
Starter all four years
Played and coached more than 1,000 games from 1948-2003
Russell Steele, '54
Football and Track
Member of the league champion football team in 1952 and 1953
Co-captain in an undefeated season
Outstanding Lineman, 1953
Second place award in shot-put, 1953
Third place award in discus, 1953
The Undefeated 1953 Football Team
Football, Baseball, Basketball, 1957-1961 Football, Basketball, Baseball, 1950-1953
Football, Baseball, Basketball, 1937-1941
Basketball, Baseball, 1953-1957
Football, Baseball, 1962-1965
Coached six sports from 1925-48.
Served as Dean of Boys from 1949-64.
Five football league titles from 1956-69.
Three track league titles.
Nine years in the NFL.
Played with the 49ers from 1960-66.
Pole vault state champion in 1953.
Helped the Red Devils remain undefeated in football in 1952 and 1953.
Passed away in January 2003.
Eight seasons in the major leagues. Played with the Giants in 1966.
Five years in the NBA.
Four-year record-setting career at Stanford where he scored 2,336 points.
Quarterback of league champion Red Devils in 1959 and 1960.
Played for the Buffalo Bills in 1962.
Assistant NFL coach and scout for nearly 30 years.
Played both football and baseball at Mt. Diablo.
Named Most Valuable Freshman in 1965 and Most Inspirational Player in 1967 at Stanford.
Played varsity football for three years.
Led Mt. Diablo to the league championship in 1958.