|At 6'5", Dillon could take it inside or hit from outside as a four year starter for the Panthers basketball team. He completed his WHS career on the hardwood as the school record holder for most field goals (508) and most rebounds (735). Dillon also finished with the second most points scored (1,307) and the sixth highest scoring average (14.69). He was selected to four All-Big Nine first teams and was the conference Player of the Year as a junior.
He was equally adept on the gridiron as a three year starting quarterback. Sugg set numerous career and season passing school records including most yards in a career (4,752), passing yards in a season (2,389), most career completions (358) and most completions for touchdowns (47) among others. He was the All-Big Nine first team quarterback his senior season.
Dillon threw the javelin and discus for the track team earning Honorable Mention All-Big Nine honors. He had a total of ten letters to his credit and was a Finalist for NCW High School Male Athlete of the Year in 2014.
Dillon went on to play football at Central Washington.
- Caricatures of inductees as they appeared while involved in WHS athletics and the synopsis of accomplishments are drawn and written by Jeff Mertes.