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2014 Parker High School graduate Dai Von Vance-Jenkins now plays for the Spartans of the University of Dubuque. The photographs below were taken on Saturday, September 12, 2015. Vance-Jenkins is shown at tailback in the sequence below. The opponent was UW-Platteville who played the 'U of D' at Chalmers Field in Dubuque, IA. Go to Telegraph Herald for a photo of Dai Von Vance-Jenkins [#24] during the 2014 season. Go to the Coe [look for #24] 2014 game highlights.




Dai-Von Vance-Jernkins [#1] carrying the ball against UW-Platteville





Above and left: 2012 Parker graduate Adam Vesterfelt is now a member of the UW-Stevens Point football team. Vesterfelt is pictrued in a game against UW-Eau Claire. Go to Vesterfelt feature.

A special thanks To Kelly E. Arndt and UW-Stevens Point Athletics who provided the game action photographs from the UW-Stevens Point Vs. UW-Eau Claire WIAC Game.
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Above: 2007 Parker graduate Matt McCulloch is pictured with the D3 National Championship trophy. Matt and his teammates had just returned from Salem, Virginia, where they defeated Mount Union University [Ohio] 31-21 in the Stagg Bowl. Below: Matt and some of his teammates smile as they get their first chance to read about the game in Wisconsin newspapers.


McCulloch a 6' 3, 180 lb senior cornerback was one of three finalists for the MVP readers poll award on the D3Football.com website. McCulloch was the defensive leader for the Warhawks. Lavell Coppage [below right - being recognized by AD Paul Plinske] won the MVP with a record setting 299 yards gained in the D3 National Championship game.


UW-Whitewater athletic director Paul Plinske addresses fans who assembled in the Williams Center at UW-Whitewater on Sunday afternoon, December 19 so that they could welcome the National Champions back home. Matt McCulloch [2nd from right] along with all the seniors were being honored.


The Warhawks now will add another National Championship trophy to their showcase




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Taylor Edwards and Matt McCulloch Earn 2010 All-WIAC Honors






Matt McCulloch [Class of '07] is a member of the UW-Whitewater team. See features: '2008 | '2009 | '2010. Defensive Stats. All-WIAC. POTW 1 | 2

Parker [Class of 2007] graduate Ben Armer is a member of the Western Michigan University football team. See feature. POTW: 9/6 and 10/4.

Nick Nolte [Class of '05] was a member of the North Dakota University football team. See feature.



Left: Ryan Shelton is a member of the University of Dubuque FB Team.




LaVell Hewlett [Class of '09] was a member of the 2009 UW-Whitewater team. Go to feature.

Harold Lloyd [Class of '08] is a member of the Truman State team. Features 1 | 2.
M. Jay Bouska

Class of 2010

Lawrence University

Hayden Simonis

Class of 2010

Beloit College





Taylor Edwards [Class of '07] led UW-River Falls with 83 yards on 14 carries in the Falcons game against St. Johns University of Minnesota played on September 5, 2009. River Falls Journal article. Go to feature.

Edwards is pictured on the left after the 2006 Middleton game. Parker won that game to complete a regular season 9-0 record. In that game Edwards ran for three second half touchdowns to help Parker to the Big '8' Championship.


Taylor Edwards on 43 yd run Vs. St Johns University

Photo by Bob Burrows, Sports Editor River Falls Journal

Photo used with permission of the River Falls Journal





Kenosha Tremper vs. Parker in the State WIAA Division 1 2001 semi-finals. The game was played at Lake Geneva Badger. Tremper defeated Parker to advance to the D1 Championship game.




Cas Prime [ Class of '03] is pictured with his parents and sisters after a Level 2 Playoff win during the 2002 season. Prime was a member of the Northern Illinois team


Above left: [L-R] Mike Smrekar, Cas Prime, and Joe Dye at Northern Illinois University. Above right: Cas Prime [#22] breaks free in spring football game.


Erik Jensen [ #4, Class of '02] is pictured with his brother Brandon after Parker scored a late touchdown against Sun Prairie to win the 2001 Big 8 Conference Championship. Jensen was a member of the UW Stout football team.