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Tim Reese

Tim Reese

Community Colleges of Spokane
Class of 2012

Tim Reese was a 1967 and 1968 SFCC football player from Riverside High School where he was selected as team captain and MVP in both football and basketball. He was coached by Dwight Pool who had just recruited and organized the first ever football team at SCC. He was picked as the Most Valuable Defensive Player on the SFCC team in 1968. Reese was also selected to the WAACC All Star First team as a defensive tackle at the end of the 1968 season. Reese also played basketball for the Spartans where he was named the team's MVP in 1969. Tim went on to finish his playing career at the University of Idaho where he was selected team captain his ssenior year and after his football days were over, Tim pursued a career in agriculture. He manages the family farm near Elk, Washington. He has inducted into the CCS Hall of Fame in 2012.

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