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Mosinee High school male athlete: Bryan Kaiser

May 10, 2013
 
Bryan Kaiser
Bryan Kaiser
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Bryan Kaiser

Parents:

Michael and Donna Kaiser

Athletic achievements:

Freshman letters, honors: Track and field.

Sophomore letters, honors: Football, wrestling, track and field; third-team all-conference discus.

Junior letters, honors: Football: unanimous first-team all-conference offensive line, all-region offensive line. Wrestling: 220-pound sectional qualfifier. Track and field: second-team indoor shot put, third-team outdoor shot put, first-team all-conference discus, sectional qualifier (discus).

Senior letters, honors: Football: unanimous first-team all-conference offensive line, all-region offensive line, honorable mention all-state offensive line, selected for WFCA All-Star Game. Wrestling: second-team all-conference. Track and field.

Academic honors:

Iíve been on the "B" Honor Roll for the past four years.

Volunteer work:

I've been helping United Way for the past four years. I have helped with The Big Taste, I've helped rake leaves, and I have helped pack diapers for hospitals. I have also volunteered for the football team with activities like helping The Youth Football League, helping set up for Log Jam, and helping raise money for Childrenís Hospital of Wisconsin. In my Youth Group I helped rake up leaves for elderly.

College plans:

Plan on majoring in computer information technology at Minnesota State-Mankato. My goal is to obtain a Masterís degree in computer information technology. I am going to walk on to the Mankato football team, but I also plan on getting good enough grades to intern at the college as well.

Favorite sports memory:

We were playing Antigo at home, and we were beating them in the fourth quarter with less than two minutes left in the game. We were on defense and Austin McCarthy had just gotten a sack. So the rest of the defense and I were pretty amped up. Then before the next play I told myself that I was going to be the guy that is going to get the next sack. Next thing you know the play started and I get back there and bam! I got the sack. I was so exhilarated that I did the Clay Matthews, then I got penalized 15 yards for excessive celebration. It was one of the funniest moments that I had with the team.

Advice to an athlete:

Be an overall great person. This means being respectful, working hard on the field and in the classroom, not going to drinking parties, and have confidence that you can do anything you put your mind to. If you can do these things you should be a very successful person in your community and in your school.

Your inspiration:

My coaches in my past four years. Coach Nievinski taught me to be a tough person no matter what the situation is. Coach Kmosena and Coach Olund taught me that just because you think you are working hard enough doesn't mean you are actually working hard enough. Lastly Coach Scheopke and Coach Jensen taught me that its alright to work hard and have fun at the same time. All these things added up and made me the person I am today, and I thank all of my coaches for that.

What's your take on the Packers Family Night change?

Retrieving results.
Watching practice is fine.(Your vote)
15%
576 votes
I'd rather watch a scrimmage.(Your vote)
23%
856 votes
I don't want to pay to watch practice.(Your vote)
27%
1018 votes
It doesn't matter to me.(Your vote)
34%
1272 votes

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