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Chuck Ealy Undefeated Spirit Award

Congratulations to my Dwayne Morehead Jr. for being selected as one of 10 to receive the Chuck Ealey undefeated spirit award. Father, Dwayne Morehead Sr.: "It's truly a honor to receive such an award from a man's Foundation who truly represents the words leadership, spirit, and undefeated, as a former University of Toledo stand out he led the team to a perfect 38 and 0 record. After that, Mr. Ealey went on to play in the Canadian Football League in which he was the first ever African American quarterback to win the Grey Cup. I could say more but like the kids say... Google him! I would also like to thank the area media who were part of the selection process and felt that he was deserving of such an honor as a junior. This award is typically presented to seniors. We raised Dwayne to know that no individual award comes to the individual without the support of a village, so a special thank you to family, friends, coaches, teammates and Stritch. Be remarkable, no limits!"
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Stritch Football: Announces new Varsity Head Coach, Gene Rucker 

 coachCardinal Stritch Catholic High School and Academy are pleased to announce the appointment of Gene Rucker as the new Head Varsity Football Coach. Coach Rucker comes to Cardinal Stritch after serving as a Varsity Assistant Football Coach at Sylvania Northview High School. Prior to Sylvania Northview, Coach Rucker served as a Varsity Assistant Football Coach at his high school alma mater Marion Harding High School. After an outstanding high school career, he attended Capital University where he played linebacker, defensive end, and special teams.Coach Rucker has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Psychology (Capital University), and a Master of Science: Special Education K-12 Mild to Moderate (Grand Canyon University).
 

We look forward to welcoming Coach Gene Rucker and his family into our Cardinal Stritch Family.