Allen Mogridge earns spot in Sevier County High School Athletic Hall of Fame

It’s not often a local athlete goes on to star in Division 1-A football. It’s even more rare when he goes on to be a Division 1 coach. But that’s what’s happened for , who graduated from Sevier County High School in 1995. And that’s why Mogridge, the recruiting coordinator and tight ends coach at UNC, will find himself a member of the Sevier County High School Athletic Hall of Fame this Saturday. (Sevierville Mountain Press)

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