For those present, many of whom reside in and around Depew, New York it was a long-awaited rivalry game. On Friday October 16, 2015 at 7:30PM Depew would get a chance at redemption from the 2014 game. This being a Homecoming game for Depew they came out with extra motivation.
Adam is a 6 year member of the Wildcat Football program and a 3 Time Varsity Letterman. Adam earned 2nd team all league honors at LB in his Junior year and is a 2015 pre season Academic All-Western New York selection. Adam is a member of the National Honor Society, has taught religion and has volunteered at the Variety Club Telethon. Adam plans on attending the University of Chicago and plans to pursue a degree in Astro-physics.
Austin is a 2 year Letterman on the Varsity football team and a 1 year Letterman on the varsity wrestling team. He was selected as the most improved player for the 2014-2015 season where he qualified for sectionals. He is also a member of the Math society, wind symphony and project lead the way program. He plans to attend the University of Buffalo and pursue a degree in mechanical engineering.
Tim played in the Rivalry in 2001, 2002, and 2003. As Captain of the 2003 team, Tim led the Wildcats to a thrilling 28-21 victory, capping an undefeated regular season. In the game, Tim carried the ball 22 times for 143 yards. He scored on runs of 18 yards, 14 yards, and caught a 20 yard pass for his 3rd score. Tim went on to have a great career for Brockport State University, earning 4 varsity letters for the Golden Eagles.
Jack played in the Lancaster and Depew rivalry in 1984 and 1985 and was a 1986 graduate of Lancaster High School. He was a All-star on the 1985 Championship team, Joe Foyle’s final season as head coach at Lancaster. He went on to attend union college where he captured the 1989 team that won the Lambert Cup for football supremacy in the East and played for the Division III National Championship. That season Jack achieved first team All Conference, All-East and All-American honors for his play at offensive guard.