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 - ON PARADE'S TEAM . Prep Grid Star Is...
ON PARADE'S TEAM . Prep Grid Star Is All-America All-America All-America NE WYORK W Dennis Wirgowski, a two-time two-time two-time Michigan All-State All-State All-State choice at end, was named Friday to Parade Magazine's 1965 high school All-America All-America All-America first team. Wirgowski, 205 pound 6-5 6-5 6-5 sen ior, led Bay City Central to a perfect season and the 1965 state Class A championship. "He should be playing college football right now," said Al pena coach Mike Yedinak. A high hurdler ' in track, he was a great pass receiver and was a rover on defense playing wherever he was needed. Wirgowski was considered the only genuine "super star" In Michigan prep football last season. Of the 33 players named to the first three squads by a nation wide panel of high school and college coaches, 19 are from the four states generally regarded regarded as football hotbeds. PENNSYLVANIA and Texas each landed two boys on the first team. John Ebersole, 215 pound tackle from Altoona, and Rich Saul, 212-pound 212-pound 212-pound end from Butler, represent the Keystone State while Texas products are Charles Hendricks, 230 - pound tackle from Robert E. Lee High, Baytown, and Bub Deerinwater, 196-pound 196-pound 196-pound back from S. H. Rider High in Wichita Falls. Completing the first team backfield are Darrell Chaney, Morton High, Hamnond, Ind.; Greg Jones, South San Fran cisco, Calif., and Roger Gann, Fayetteville, N.C. s - ' 1 I y -f -f '-- '-- '-- - a n -a -a fei f. - - - . j. I Dennis Wirgowski Ready for College

Clipped from Detroit Free Press25 Dec 1965, SatPage 13

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)25 Dec 1965, SatPage 13
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