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High School Football: Five of a kind

Strong city presence on North team in all-star game

4:19 PM, Jul. 24, 2013
De Pere High School graduate Evan Newhouse (7) breaks a tackle on a kickoff return in the fourth quarter of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Charity Football Game at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh on Saturday night, July 20. West De Pere High School graduate Brad Ambrosius makes a block behind Newhouse for the North team, which lost 47-19 to the South in the large schools game.
De Pere High School graduate Evan Newhouse (7) breaks a tackle on a kickoff return in the fourth quarter of the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Charity Football Game at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh on Saturday night, July 20. West De Pere High School graduate Brad Ambrosius makes a block behind Newhouse for the North team, which lost 47-19 to the South in the large schools game.
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OSHKOSH - Unlike his three crosstown comrades, Evan Newhouse didn't go into his final high school football game thinking he could use it as a tune-up for what's to come.

The former De Pere High School receiving standout doesn't have to leave for college early and get situated on campus in time for the start of preseason football camp. Newhouse has the luxury of waiting until late August to move his belongings to University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he will major in engineering and not be occupied with sports as he begins his studies.

Newhouse, however, isn't closing the door completely on ...

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