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2010 Hall of Fame: Tommy Weilbacher and Andrew Moses

October 19, 2010

From DeSales: Tommy Weilbacher
Tommy played in the DeSales-Watterson rivalry his sophomore, junior, and senior years, 1995-1997. As captain of the 1997 squad, Tommy was an All Ohio selection and led his team to a 24-7 victory over Watterson and a state championship. In those four games he had over 60 tackles, four forced fumbles, and two fumble recoveries. Tommy was awarded a football scholarship to Ohio University.

From Bishop Watterson: Andrew Moses
Andrew played in this rivalry game in 2003, 2004, and 2005. His teams were 6-0 against DeSales and won the Division 3 State Title in 2002. They were regional runners up in 2003 and regional champs in 2004. Andrew was a three-year starter, playing both offense and defense. His relentless efforts and determination established a “can-do” attitude among his teammates. He recently graduated from Ohio State University and is attending law school.

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