1947 Trojan Football Team
2009 Hall of Fame Inductee - Team
Led by coach Bill McLaughlin, the Everett Junior College Trojans fielded one of the strongest junior college football teams in the country in 1947 by completing the season unbeaten and untied in 10 straight games. By virtue of their unbeaten status the EJC team was awarded the Washington State junior college football championship. They were also invited to the first ever Evergreen Bowl game (the first game in Everett Memorial Stadium) and were the only undefeated junior college team on the Pacific coast.
Don Cogdill, Maurice Edlund, Walt Ewing, John Gregerson, Andrew Martinis, Don Seabury, Dick Skinner, Scott Smith, Ted Sullivan, Ray Walberg, Neil Bartlett, Pat Brady, Dale English, Les Hagen, Pat Hannah, Jim Jolgen, Larry Rodgers, Al Schireman, Marv Cross, Bobo Moore, Maul Olson, Harry Bragg, Scotty Turner, Chet Ashman, Glen Young, Sandy Bremner, Paul Norwood, Eddie Salvadalena, Gunnar Guttormson, Otto Tollefson, Frank Doph, Ron McRae, Bud Quast, Ray Sidley, Archie Van Winkle, Ed Zurfluh, Glen Schirmann, Monte Smalley, and Paul Martinis.
- Bill McLaughlin, Head Coach
- Bill Madden, Assistant Coach
- Bill Howard, Manager
- Bill Christiansen, Manager