What Sun Prairie’s undefeated Sun Prairie soccer title game means for coaches and players | High school football
It was a special trip for father and son.
âIt’s crazy, it’s a whirlwind,â said Brian Kaminski. âIt was really a great experience. â¦ His first touchdown when he was in first grade, I wasn’t sure how to react. I kind of walked past him and we just smiled. It was weird. “
Brian Kaminski didn’t want to favor Jerry.
“When I’m on the pitch I’m just another player,” said Jerry Kaminski, adding: “Our relationship is special. I feel like I know what he’s thinking before I say it and he knows what I’m thinking, I know he trusts me and I trust him, so I think he’ll put me in the best situations I need to be in.
Sun Prairie has a formidable running attack, led by All-State First Team senior offensive lineman Evan Malcore and All-State First Team running back Cortez LeGrant, a 5-11, 160-pound junior. (1,410 rushing yards, 22 touchdowns).
âHe’s always had that great speed,â Brian Kaminski said of LeGrant. âHe’s a real child of 4.4, 4.5. He’s not the biggest kid in the world, but he runs hard. He has excellent vision and excellent balance, and he finishes the races.
Jerry Kaminski has the best receiving targets at Davis Hamilton senior (43 receptions, eight touchdowns), Ostrenga (42 receptions, eight touchdowns) and sophomore Connor Stauff (37 receptions, six touchdowns).