Ryan and Kerry Kluck
Freshman letters, honors: Baseball.
Sophomore letters, honors: Baseball (most improved player, second-team all-conference), football.
Junior letters, honors: Football (most improved player), basektball (Mr. Hustle Award, captain), baseball (first-team all-conference).
Senior letters, honors: Football, basektball (captain, most improved, ultimate team player), baseball.
All-Academic Conference Award; National Honor Society; 4.16 GPA.
Provided a meal for families at the salvation army; Rang Bells for Salvation Army; Worked the Saint Bronislava church bingo; Co-coordinated the Pacelli Blood Drive; Participated in the Senior Citizen Valentine’s Day and Prom dances; Worked at multiple Pacelli Lenten fish fries; Moved tables for Pacelli Panacea ; Eucharistic Minister for School Masses; Baby sat children for a fundraiser for the Pacelli Panacea Cherry Tree; Made several tie blankets as Christmas presents for people in need; Served a meal, square danced, and interacted with the elderly at the Portage County Lincoln Center.
Attend the UW-La Crosse, where I intend to enroll in pre-optometry.
Favorite sports memory:
When I got my first varsity start at quarterback my junior year on our homecoming game. I threw a 55-yard touchdown and we won in a blowout.
Advice to an athlete:
You’ve got four years. Four years to represent yourself and school, and the rest of your life to look back on those four years. Play with pride, work the hardest, and leave no regrets. If you do this, regardless of success, you have something to be proud of.
Watching professional athletes perform in big moments. I am also inspired by my dad, who always encouraged me to work hard and participate in athletics.