Dale Creighton
Dale Creighton
Sport: Football
Inducted: 2007

Dale Creighton was a nose guard on the Mustang football teams of 1965-68 and also competed in swimming in 1967 and 1968. He was named Mustang defensive lineman of the year in both 1966 and 1967, earned All-California Collegiate Athletic Association and second-team United Press International Little All-Coast in 1967 (junior season) and was co-captain in 1968. Creighton also was a recipient of an NCAA post-graduate scholarship in 1968, one of 33 awarded in the country, and earned All-UPI Little All-Coast honors again.

He has served on the South Fork Union School District Board of Trustees for over 30 years, including a term as president, in Lake Isabella and owns Dale Creighton Farms, serving as farmer (carrots, potatoes, alfalfa and grain hay) and rancher (cows) for 40 years. Creighton and his wife Debi had six children. His four passions in life are his family, farm, church and school. He is a fifth-generation pioneer settler, his family founding the local Methodist Church over 100 years ago, and is a member of the Honors Society Phi Kappa Phi.