The Brick Fowler Trophy will remain at Port Huron High School and the 50th match-up between the Port Huron and Port Huron Northern football teams will surely be remembered for years to come. Each team struggled on offense throughout the night. But after a slow start, which included plenty of turnovers, the Big Reds gained the momentum and held off the Huskies, 20-3, in front of a packed house at Memorial Stadium. The Big Reds to nothing to lose but a lot to gain this matchup against a back up quarterback and rugged defense. Both schools came in with high hopes but Northern had to better record an had already made it the playoffs notching a the win on the season. Port Huron needed the win for Pride, the coveted Brick Fowler and a chance to keep playoff hopes alive for selection Sunday.
Port Huron North
Gary received Hall of Fame recognition from both teams.
Gary coached in Michigan for over 30 years and has been a staple in the community since! He started in 1964 as an assistant at Laker High and moved to Port Huron Northern in 1981 and then again in 1991. He also coached at the former Port Huron Central! He has coached basketball, track and football throughout his tenure and is greatly appreciated for his legacy in Port Huron!