The Hamilton Huskies are one of the best teams in the country, with many of their players going to some of the top ranked football schools to furthering their career going pro. That was proven tonight as the top-ranked Huskies overpowered the Brophy Broncos for a 41-6 win at Hamilton High School at Phoenix College Stadium.
Cade is a 2-year letterman on Varsity Football and a captain on the team. He takes multiple AP courses, volunteers at Shoebox Ministries and participates in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He plans to attend a four-year university and pursue a degree in Engineering.
Brandon is a two year letterman and working on his third one. Brandon is considered one of the best wide receiver in the upcoming season. Also Brandon was involved in the program Read Across America.
HALL OF FAME
Bryan was a three year quarterback at Brophy from 2005 to 2007, and led the Broncos in three games against Chandler Hamilton. Bryan was a two-time All-State selection with an overall record of 29-6 as starting quarterback. Bryan was 901 as a starting quarterback in the playoffs and helped lead two great Brophy teams to two state championships. Over the three Hamilton games, Bryan’s team finished 2-1, with Bryan completing 47 of 85 passes for 539 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions. Bryan graduated from the University of Arizona and completed two years of service with Teach for America. Bryan currently lives in Dallas, Texas, where he is a program design coordinator for the Dallas Independent School District.
Coach Rosales has excelled both academically and athletically at Hamilton before graduating in 2009. At Hamilton he played both baseball and football, earning many accolades and honors, including three state championship rings. Coach Rosales recently graduated from Colorado Mesa University. He brings many positive contributions to the football program at Hamilton. Most importantly, his background knowledge of the high expectations for the program, his ability to motivate and communicate with the youth, and his desire to continue the winning tradition of Hamilton Football.
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