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Jim Crowley Award

"Have fun, play hard, be dedicated to doing your best."  These were the challenges put forth to his athletes by the late Jim Crowley, in whose memory the MHSFCa present the "Jim Crowley Award".  Coach Crowley guided the football fortunes of Jackson St. Johnand Jackson Lumen Christi High Schools for 17 years, including two state championship teams in 1977 and 1979, until his tragic death in early 1980 at the age of 45.  Coach Crowley was a fine coach who was active in our organization, a dedicated family man, and committed not only to his family, team and school, but also to making his commuity a better place in which to live.

 

2013 - Loren Willey (Clio)

2012 - Al Slamer (Holt)

2011 - Chuck Ritter (Ann Arbor Pioneer)

2010 - Richard Harris (Harrison)

2009 - Bob Scheloske (South Lyon)

2008 - Richard Fodor (Bridgman)

2007 - Bob Knight (Portage Central)

2006 - Keith Froelich (Okemos)

2005 - James Reynolds (Martin Luther King II)

2004 - Albert Fracassa (Birmingham Brother Rice)

2003 - John Herrington (Farmington Hill Harrison)

2002 - Dave Woodcock (Jenison)

2001 - Larry Merx (Ann Arbor Huron)

2000 - Jack Schugars (Muskegon Oakridge0

1999 - Jeff Smith (East Lansing)

1998 - "Woody" Thomas (Detroit Central)

1997 - Pete Coll (Center Line)

1996 - "Ike" Muhlenkamp (St. Joseph)

1995 - Larry Rueger (Fruitport/Mona Shores)

1994 - Dan Lauer (Benton Harbor)

1993 - Jim Ooley (Traverse City)

1992 - Walt Braun (Marysville)

1991 - Roger Chiaverini (Holland West Ottawa)

1990 - Bob Wyman (Kalamazoo)

1989 - Tom Moshimer (Plymouth Salem)

1988 - Elmer Engle (Bay City)

1987 - Tom Fagan (Ypsilanti)

1986 - Jack Castignola (Trenton)

1985 - Harley Pierce (Sturgis)

1984

1983 - Ron Holland (North Farmington)

1982 - Donald Lessner (Riverview)

1981 - David Driscoll (Jackson Parkside)
 

 

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