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Grady scores on both sides of the ball in Knights win

Before the start of the season Dillon Grady didn’t know if he would be a starter for the Menlo School football team.

“Coming into the season I knew this team could be great, had a chance to be the best team in Menlo history,’’ Grady said. “Individually, I didn’t have a spot at all. I wanted to play safety but with nine returning starters I didn’t know if I would start." Read the story here.

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Grady scores on both sides of the ball in Knights win

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Before the start of the season Dillon Grady didn’t know if he would be a starter for the Menlo School football team.

“Coming into the season I knew this team could be great, had a chance to be the best team in Menlo history,’’ Grady said. “Individually, I didn’t have a spot at all. I wanted to play safety but with nine returning starters I didn’t know if I would start." Read the story here.

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Clunge
Menlo Park: The Willows
on Nov 21, 2017 at 4:21 pm
Clunge, Menlo Park: The Willows
on Nov 21, 2017 at 4:21 pm

Well done. Not a Menlo fan but I recall another Grady in the 80's- uncle or father maybe (?) that scored 10 points in a basketball game against Menlo Atherton-- unfortunately the 10 pts went in for MA- as they were all put backs. Strong rebounder, but I'm sure this was years before any concussion protocol.


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