From organizing the Hall of Fame Social, to dinners with Senior football players, to serving 10 years as president, to becoming the current treasurer, Bill is dedicated to all that the Cumberland Valley Football Alumni Association stands for – and that means he volunteered the talents of his wife, Carol, to further his support. 

     Beginning in 1998, Carol began creating the program, displays, scrapbooks, slide shows, decorations, write ups and anything else needed to identify and honor each year's new inductees to the CVFAA Hall of Fame.  As the years went by, she added creating program ads, donation mail- outs, designing and producing the 50 Years of CV Football history book and the subsequent yearly supplements, making flags for the stadium, re-creating and updating the CVFAA website, and hand making keepsake coasters for graduating senior Eagles.  If the CVFAA needed it, Bill asked for her help, and Carol got it done.
     In their spare time Bill is currently a Senior Vice President and Branch Manager for Dewberry, Inc. in Carlisle.  Carol has retired from graphic design and as director of the USA Stars, All-Star Cheer, Dance & Tumbling Program.  These days, along with continued dedication to the CVFAA, Bill is a Republican Committee Person, a member of the South Middleton Sewer Authority, and Treasurer of the Mayapple HOA.  Carol volunteers her time as a choreographer for the CVYCA cheer program and continues to find ways to support the Cumberland Valley Football Alumni Association... but Bill and Carol agree that their most important accomplishments are raising two wonderful sons, gaining two lovely daughters, and being Grammie and Pap to three amazing grandchildren.

Kyle was a 3-year captain,  a multiple year Academic All American, and a Remington Award finalist for college football’s top center.  In 2016 Kyle was on the New York Jets practice squad and currently is a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad.

Anyone may nominate a CV Football Alumni or Coach for consideration for induction into the CV Football Hall of Fame.  All players must have graduated at least five (5) years prior and coaches may no longer be coaching at Cumberland Valley.  CLICK HERE   for a nomination form, pick one up at the CV Athletic Office, or submit your online nomination below.

Bill and Carol were Cumberland Valley students who began dating in January of 1968.  Bill was a junior and an outstanding athlete on the Varsity football, wrestling and baseball teams and Carol Eagle (yes, Eagle really is her last name) was co-captain of the Varsity Cheer squad. 
     Both were dedicated to Cumberland Valley and all that the school stood for.  Bill was class treasurer, team co-captain, on the Patriot News Golden Helmet team, nominated for Big 33, and an Outstanding Teenager ‘69.  Carol was on student council, the yearbook staff, and the PA Youth Forum.  In addition, they both were members of the National Honor Society, both received Cumberland Valley School Service Awards, and both earned Senior Superlatives – Bill for Most Athletic and Carol for Most School Spirit.

     Bill went on to play football for Princeton University where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Structural Engineering.  Playing guard for the Tigers, Bill earned the Princeton Football Poe-Kaz award and was selected All-American Honorable Mention by the Associated Press. While at Princeton, Bill and Carol were married and later became proud parents of two sons, Michael and Jeremy.
     Bill's professional career started in Pennsylvania and later took him to Virginia.  He and Carol returned to Pennsylvania in 1996.  In 1997 the CVFAA established the Cumberland Valley Football Hall of Fame and Bill was among the first 11 CV football alumni to be inducted... and thus Bill and Carol's work for the CVFAA began.
     Bill has devoted many hours to helping the CVFAA raise money for Cumberland Valley Football and to furthering the connection between present-day players and the alumni who helped create the standard of excellence that is associated with today's Eagles. 




Jordan Abner '06

Askari Adams ‘95
Charlie Adams ‘98
Marc Alexander ‘81
Ron Beible ‘72
William Beible ‘69
Nick Berra ‘87
Corey Bischof '04
Pat Bowen ‘78

Wyatt Bowman ,04
David Bretz ‘72
Bill Brown ‘69
Matt Brymesser '91
Brian Bullock ‘83
Tom Bushman '92
Mike Cesarano '02
Four Chapman ‘83
Joe Coldren ‘61
John Colarusso ‘83
Tony Colistra ‘89
Rod Coy ‘78
Mike Crum ‘78
Don Deckman ‘56

Jeremy DiPietro '12
Sean Dougherty ‘01
Michael Dugas ‘85
Jared Ebersole '01

Mike Ford '78

Dave Forney ‘56
Mike Frenette ‘09

Kyle Friend '12
Travis Friend '10
Gary Fritz ‘78
Charles Gaetano ‘69
Ron Gaetano ‘64
Mike Gaumer ‘93
Stan Gelbaugh ‘81
Jeff Gill ‘83
Cory Gumby ‘93
Bob Hare ‘57
Trevor Harmon '10
Dave Heckard ‘96
Bubba Heisler ‘05
Bill Henschke ‘68
Greg Herrold ‘06
Wayne Hertzler ‘77
Mike Hodge ‘88
Mark Hull ‘78
Dan Hurley ‘69
Sam Kinback ‘93
Scott Klinger ‘60
Kelly Kramer ‘85
Andy Krosnowski ‘81
Ed Lauer ‘60

Joe Lauer '99
Dan Lawlor '04
Kevin Lawlor ‘00
Jerold Lebold ‘85

Matt Lengel'09
Rick Lingle '72
Brad Mangle ‘76
Mike McCarthy ‘00
Brandon McKillip ‘93
John McKissick ‘81
Dave Mengle ‘75
Buck Mentzer ‘60

Kyle Friend

#79 Class of 2012

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Brandon Morris

#76 Class of 2009

Matt Lengel

#89 Class of 2009

After graduation, Matt played tight end for Northeastern in Boston and then transferred to Eastern Kentucky University.  As a tight end and after recovering from two ACL tears, Matt received a 6th year of eligibility and as a senior received the Roy Kidd award from the EKU coaching staff (named after a former EKU coach who was one of the winningest coaches in NCAA history).  Matt spent 2015 with the Cincinnati Bengals, moved on, and finished the 2016 season with the New England Patriots.  He began the 2017 season with them but an injury bumped him out for pre-season.  Matt recovered, continued workouts and has recently signed with the Cleveland Browns.  On June 24th of this year Matt married and he and his wife, Lauren live in Cincinnati, OH.

Craig Odiorne

#83 Class of 1996

Matt played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘07 and ‘08 as a tight end and defensive end.  He carries memories of hard-fought wins and losses his senior season and doing “Eagle-jacks” in the snow vs. Governor Mifflin.

2017 Hall of Fame Inductees


 After high school, Jeremy attended Bloomsburg University and is currently employed as a paralegal at a law firm in the suburbs of Washington, DC.  Jeremy is married to Mandy and they live in Bethesda, MD where they are the proud parents of their 2 year old daughter, Bella.

Jeremy played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘10 and ‘11 as a halfback, corner back, and kick/punt returner.  Known as a player who gave his all on the field, Jeremy loved the game, his teammates, and his coaches.

Jeremy DiPietro

#22 Class of 2012

Brandon played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘06, ‘07, and ‘08 as a tight end, guard and defensive tackle.  Known for his tenacity. Brandon contributed to reestablishing the winning culture and standard of excellence of CV football.

Chad Miller ‘89
Mike Miszerack ‘75

Brandon Morris '09
Andy Moses ‘00
Dave Murphy ‘81
George Myers ‘58
Jesse Neumeyer ‘00
Andy Notarfrancesco ‘96
Chris Notarfrancesco ‘91

Craig Odiorne '96
Chris O’Neill ‘92
Josh Oswalt ‘04
Tommy Page ‘78
Randy Parsons ‘73
Roy Peffer ‘59
Damon Phelan ‘85

Ray Picking ‘72
Carl Pizzaro '75
Matt Plessinger ‘91
Brian Potteiger ‘93
Frank Potteiger ‘57
Jim Rich ‘72
Jon Ritchie ‘93
Bob Roberts ‘58
Dave Rowe ‘78
Charley Ruth ‘78
Mick Sadler '94
Erik Sauve’ ‘90
James Sauve’ ‘90
Jeff Sauve’ ‘91
Jeremy Sauve’ ‘96
Jon Sauve’ ‘00
William Saylor ‘59
Ken Sgrignoli ‘58
John Sharbaugh ‘02
Zach Sheaffer '04
Ralph Shires ‘83

Kevin Snyder '11

Neil Stamy ‘90
Brandon Stanford ‘02
Larry Stanford ‘99
Art Thomas ‘99

Chris Thomas '02
William Thumma ‘58
Jake Wagner ‘62
Dan Walsh ‘00
Dino Webster ‘86
Ron Wentz ‘58
Steve Wiles ‘86
Todd Williams '80
Lance Woodell ‘80
Daniel Zorger ‘97

Ron Audo
Harold Bricker
Joe Carr
Harry Chapman III
Joe Correal
Robert Crobak
Gary Quigley
Tim Rimpfel
Samuel Sanzotto
Dave Stewart
Ken Woodhall

Craig played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘94 and ‘95 as a tight end and defensive end.  Known as a player who was passionate about football, Craig loved being part of a great group of guys and coaches.  After  high school, Craig attended Lafayette College where he graduated in 2000 with a degree in Geology. 

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Russ Trimmer
Sam Sanzotto

Joe Carr

Bob Bowers
Harry Chapman, III
Dr. Gordon Myers
1977 Undefeated Team
Calvin Thompson
Bob Schellenberg
Larry Hall
1992 State Champion Team
Dr. Anthony Colistra
50 Years of CV Football
Dr. Robert Shank
Ken Kramer
Scott Carmody
Robert Wolf
Lois Wolf
Bob “Doc” Miller
Liz Rimpfel

Carol & Bill Brown

Carol ('68) & Bill  ('69) Brown

CVFAA 2017 Honorees

Honoring the 1967 Team - the Class of 1968

After high school, Brandon headed to Bucknell where he was a freshman starter at center for the Bison.  Injuries ended Brandon’s football days but he continued to use his competitive drive through the leadership of several extra-curricular groups, clubs and Greek organizations.  With a degree in accounting and finance, Brandon has built a successful career within the private equity and real estate investment industries.  Currently he works for KPMG where he assists and advises the US firm’s mergers and acquisitions efforts.   Brandon lives with his girlfriend in Philadelphia and continues to make time to mentor college graduates & interns through university and professional affiliations. 

Currently, Craig is CEO of HLKG, Inc where he manages and opens companies including three restaurants, one hotel, two treatment facilities, and a children’s summer camp.  Craig and his wife, Monica, currently reside in Boca Raton, FL, with their 5 year old son, Austin.

Kyle played and lettered for the Varsity Eagles in the fall of ‘09,  ‘10 and ‘11 as an offensive lineman and defensive tackle.  Known as a hard-nosed football player, Kyle gave his all for every play.  After graduating from high school and playing in the Big 33 game, Kyle headed to Temple University where he earned a degree in business and played four years of football.