TriCounty As a Washington sophomore in February 2010, Dylan Reel won the IHSA Class 2A individual wrestling title at 160 pounds, beating classmate Jack Dechow of Richmond Burton 3-2 to improve his season record to 46-1.
Before swapping wrestling shoes for football cleats, the two-time IHSA champion also traveled in July to Fargo, N.D., site of the junior national championships. Reel beat Kyle Crutchmer of Broken Arrow, Okla., to win the Greco-Roman title at 160 pounds in the Fargodome, one of USA Wrestling’s most celebrated venues.
For good measure in the fall, Reel led the football-centric Mid-Illini Conference in rushing as a junior. He finished the Panthers’ 6-4 season with 1,127 rushing yards and 20 touchdowns.
As a Washington sophomore in February 2010, Dylan Reel won the IHSA Class 2A individual wrestling title at 160 pounds, beating classmate Jack Dechow of Richmond Burton 3-2 to improve his season record to 46-1.
Scotty Sullivan was a two-time selection for the All-Conference Football and Baseball Teams while at Woodruff High School. In football, he was a running back, linebacker, and place-kicker. At Bradley University, he was a co-captain of the Braves football team in 1959. He batted .315 for his BU baseball career, and led the team in stolen bases in 1959 and 1960. He helped the Braves win the Missouri Valley Conference Championship in 1959 and secure a spot in the NCAA tournament. Scotty was a three-year letterman in both baseball and football at BU. He was inducted into Bradley’s Hall of Fame in 1965 for his accomplishments in the 2 sports. Just as notable, he officiated high school and small college football for 32 years and worked one state high school championship game among his numerous playoff assignments. Scotty has served on GPSHOF Board of Directors since 2000.