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SCC Teacher to be inducted in Greater Sudbury Sports Hall of Fame
Mike Fabiilli will inducted into the 2018 Class of the Greater Sudbury Sports Hall of Fame on June 13.

May 15, 2018 - Mike Fabiilli, math teacher and football coach at St. Chares College will have the honour of being inducted into the Greater Sudbury Sports Hall of Fame! Mike was chosen as one of the 10 individuals that will be inducted into the 2018 Class. While serving as football coach, he brought St. Charles College to victory in the City Championship in 2015. He was also presented with the Chairperson’s Award that same year.

Fabiilli was a student at St. Charles College from 1977-1982. He played five years of football for the school winning three City Championships.

In 1982 he went to the University of Ottawa to play for the Gee Gees. As a freshman linebacker, he won the Peter Gorman Trophy for outstanding CIS freshman football player in Canada. He was a conference all-star linebacker for two seasons.

“I’ve been very fortunate to have played with many great teammates and to have coached many talented football players,” said Mike Fabiilli, math teacher at St. Charles College.

Mike Fabiilli will be inducted to the Hall of Fame during the 50th annual Sports Celebrity Dinner on June 13.

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