Hillsborough football hall of fame


Bill Fisher was a three year letterman in Football, Basketball, Track during his time at Hillsborough High School. On the football team he played Defensive End and Offensive Line while winning honors for All-City, All-State, All-Southern, Fisher was named a starter for 1st Florida North-South All-Star game and was a member of HHS Football teams which were City and State Champions.

His play on the gridiron earned him a scholarship to the University of Miami where he was a 4 year Letterman. After concluding his football career Fisher became a teacher and Assistant Coach at Hillsborough High School. He later became a Teacher and Head Coach at Plant City High School in Hillsborough County and conclude his career as a teacher and Athletic Business Manager at King High School.

In his person Bill was a life long Tampa resident and Married his wife, Mary Sullivan who was a former cheerleader at Hillsborough High School. He had 3 sons, all were athletes and 2 played quarterback at the University of Florida. Fisher also received the distinction of Temple Terrace “Man of the Year”.