In 1994, Tony Romo was a nondescript freshman soccer player for Burlington High School. He would go on to become one of the leading statistical passers in NFL history and worked as a color analyst on Super Bowl LIII for CBS Sports.
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When Bryan Shredl reflects on Robby Carrillo, the Case High School football coach doesn’t just think of a gifted offensive left tackle.
Another key member of the Horlick High School football team’s outstanding defense the last two seasons is receiving a full athletic scholarship, but there’s a twist to this one.
Jerome Tatum recalls pedaling his bike on a path near his home in Chanhassen, Minn., maybe five or six years ago when a person riding ahead of him was taking his sweet time.
Louis Brown, whose Franklin High School football team is perennially ranked among the top 10 large schools in the state, claims to have had one of the finest defenses he has coached last season.
RACINE — A young Bill Frayer was throwing a football around with his dad, Wayne, maybe 60 years ago, but this boy just wasn’t into it. Bill lackadaisically tossed the ball back to his father until Wayne, who had an old-school factory work ethic, had seen enough and admonished his son.
For an idea of what Dan Miller has meant to the St. Catherine’s High School football program, consider the following:
It could be argued that this was the most memorable season in the history of high school football in Racine County.