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She also played semipro ball until an Achilles heel injury several years ago ended her playing days. coaching staff that won the 2011 sectional championship. She has two daughters, who are also talented players.
She returned to coach at Lew Wallace in 2005 before winding up at Lake Central High School, after leaving Glen Park in 2009. Whether it was basketball or volleyball, Becca Bruszewski found a way to stand out.
Karras appeared in a variety of movies and TV shows, including "Blazing Saddles" as the outlaw Mongo, who memorably knocked out a horse with a single punch; "Porky's"; the TV miniseries "Centennial," and his starring role in the sitcom "Webster," which he produced with his co-star and wife, Susan Clark. 10, 2012 in Los Angeles, suffering from kidney failure, cancer and dementia.
Karras also worked as a commentator on Monday Night Football broadcasts from 1974-76, alongside Howard Cosell and Frank Gifford. Before the likes of West Side star Dana Evans came around, it was Angela Hamblin who starred in the Steel City.
Moore was not selected in the 2002 NFL draft, but the Jets signed him as a free agent.
He spent 2002 on the practice squad, then played his first game in 2003.
One of the greatest female players in Region history, Hamblin was a mega-star at now-defunct Lew Wallace. In her senior year, she averaged 26.2 points, 18 rebounds, 5.3 steals and two blocks a game.
She finished third in the voting for Miss Basketball and was an Indiana All-Star.
He was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and was named to the 1960s All-Decade NFL team.
Bob Kuechenberg (67), a Hobart native, departs a stage in Miami with several of his 1972 Dolphins teammates following a ceremony honoring the undefeated team in 2007.
President Barack Obama again honored the team at the White House, but Kuechenberg declined the invitation.
After retiring from football, he became a businessman in Florida, where he resides.
The Steel City’s Brandon Moore became an iron man of the NFL during a 10-year span for the New York Jets, during which he started 142 of 144 games. He attended West Side High School and the University of Illinois, where he played defensive tackle for Coach Ron Turner and earned a degree in English.