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Bob Kelley is the third member from the Class of 1955 to enter the Hall of Fame. This man, along with the core crew of athletes from that class worked together to accumulate 3 sectional titles, 4 Livingston County titles, and recorded a combined record in football, basketball, and baseball during their senior year of 33-3-1. This man played a major role in all of them. As the quarterback of the football team, he had over 10 Touchdown passes over the course of his junior and senior years. During his senior year, he helped lead the team to a 5-1-1 record, and outscored opponents by a margin of 134-41. In basketball, he was a starting guard who helped lead the team to both the Livingston County and Section V Championship in 1955. Surrounded by two other Hall of Famers David Sawyer and Tom Sardinia, this man was the leading scorer with 18 points in the sectional final game and played one of the most impressive games of his career. On the baseball diamond, he was the ace pitcher, outfielder, and excellent hitter who helped lead the Blue Devils to 3 Livingston County titles and 2 Sectional titles. As a freshman at the age of only 13 in 1952, he was a contributing member of the Livingston County and Section V Championship team. During his junior year in 1954, he was a pitcher and outfielder for the team that finished the regular season with a perfect 10-0 record and a County Championship. During his senior year, as he had done in basketball, he again was the big game player who was the winning pitcher in the Section V Championship game. He finished that season with a very impressive batting average of .400. His academic excellence was also extremely impressive. He graduated as the class valedictorian and received the Lawrence D. Bell scholarship to the college of Engineering at Cornell University. While there, he played freshman baseball in 1956 and varsity baseball in 1957 and 1958. He served in the US Army oversees in France from 1961-1963. As an adult he completed 23 marathons between 1979-1992 including the Boston Marathon not only once, but twice with a personal best time of 3 hours, 8 minutes.