NewsChannel 7 Football All-Star Ty Fischer, a senior at Wausau West, is this year's recipient of the Win Brockmeyer Memorial Scholarship award. With it, Ty receives a $2,000 scholarship and a beautiful plaque recognizing him as the outstanding senior football player from the Greater Wausau Area.
Newman's Adam Heis and Nate Troyer from Wausau East were also nominees, and will receive a $500 scholarship.
Fischer was a two-way standout his senior season with the Warriors and was voted 1st team All-State. Among his achievements off the field are his two years as a Special Olympics track & field coach and 13 years serving as a bell ringer for the Salvation Army. The complete press release from the Community Foundation is below.
The Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin is pleased to announce the recipients of the 15th annual Win Brockmeyer Memorial Scholarships, who will be honored at a recognition event scheduled for December 15, at The Rose Garden in Wausau. The 2010 student athletes nominated by their school’s respective athletic directors and coaching staffs include:
Matiah Fischer – Wausau West High School
Adam Heis – Newman Catholic High School
Nathan Troyer – Wausau East High School
From these nominees, a Selection Committee, composed of members of the press, area school athletic directors, and a representative of the Community Foundation, named MATIAH (TY) FISCHER, of Wausau West High School as the Win Brockmeyer Outstanding Senior High School Football Player of the Greater Wausau Area for 2010.
Each nominee will be honored with a $500 scholarship, and the student selected as the Outstanding Player of the Year (Ty) will receive a $2,000 scholarship.
To be nominated, each student athlete must meet the following selection criteria, as established by the Win Brockmeyer Memorial Committee in 1996:
--Graduating senior from D.C. Everest, Newman Catholic, Wausau East, or Wausau West High Schools (or any other greater Wausau area high school that develops a football program in the future)
--Who is an outstanding football player;
--Achieving recognition by his peers and coaches;
-- Who is a positive role model;
--And displays the characteristics of:
The Win Brockmeyer Memorial Scholarship Fund was formed within the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin by members of the Win Brockmeyer Memorial Committee with donations received from over 125 donors in Brockmeyer’s memory.
Brockmeyer was a legendary high school football coach who excelled in leadership and the development of human potential. His winning football record from 1937 – 1971 covered 34 years at Wausau High School, which served students in the area currently served by D.C. Everest, Wausau East and West, and Newman Catholic High Schools. The area-wide scholarship recognition program concept provides area-wide participation and recognition, and unites the region in recognition of their outstanding football players. It also provides an opportunity to tell the Brockmeyer story and focus on his football legacy, uniting the communities in the region through the cooperative selection process.
Previous Outstanding Senior High School Football Player of the Year award recipients include:
2010 Matiah Fischer, Wausau West High School
2009 Tyler Day, Wausau West High School
2008 Anthony Fischer, Newman Catholic High School
2007 Tyler Utecht, Wausau West High School
2006 Joe Gallion, Wausau East High School
2005 Ben Fischer, Wausau East High School
2004 Jordan Hein, Wausau West High School
2003 Andy Crooks, Wausau East High School
2002 Bradley Block, Wausau East High School
2001 Mark Zalewski, Wausau East High School
2000 Jonathon Wanta, D.C. Everest Senior High School
1999 Bounthavy Khamratthanome, Wausau West High School
1998 Derek Abney, D.C. Everest Senior High School
1997 Heath Novitzke, D.C. Everest Senior High School
1996 Timothy Freiberg, Wausau West High School
This year’s Selection Committee was comprised of:
Jayson Geiser, WAOW TV 9
Dale Ryman, WSAW NewsChannel 7
Chris Schulte, Wausau Daily Herald
Greg Harvey, Wausau East Athletic Director
Dan Hein, Wausau West Athletic Director
Danny Rozwadowski, Newman Catholic Schools Athletic Director
Sue Nelson, Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin
PRESS RELEASE COURTESY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF NORTHCENTRAL WISCONSIN
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