I can’t stand people who sit behind the scenes – especially a computer scene – and want other people to do the work for them. Busy or too far doesn’t work this time. It’s time to help kids – period.
“You have good people. The district is heading in the right direction. The Lincoln-Way schools have three fine young men, who all have experience.”
Former area star brings energy and passion to a Lincoln-Way East program that grew stale the last five years.
“I could feel my father was really proud of me. One of the best things about my father is he’s always been by my side the whole time.”
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Joe Trost, columnist for #PrepSportsReport It’s a stain that still shines bright on a hall of fame resume, being fired midseason from a high school coaching position. As Brian Papa once told me: “Do you […]