Columbus School District Superintendent Talks Ripple Down Effect Of High School Football Team

(Columbus) The Columbus High School football team had an excellent year. The Cardinals won their first state championship since being runners-up in 1995 and their head coach Andy Selgrad was named the Green Bay Packers High School Coach of the Year. Now one of their players is up for a national award.

Schools Superintendent Jacob Flood says, “one of our players is up for a national MVP…Colton Brunell is up for that right now.

During a recent Community Comment, Flood said the accomplishments by the athletes have sent a message to the student body. 

“I think it does have a ripple down effect,” he says. “They’re seeing the outcome that can happen from hard work.” 

The winner of the National MVP award will be announced at a later date.