Ian Cooper getting one more game with his friends


In 2013 the Terre Haute North football team enjoyed the most successful season in school history. There for tthe whole ride was senior Ian Cooper. Cooper was a wide receiver for the Patriots until his sophomore season when he was diagnosed with Scoliosis, which ended his football playing career.

Knowing Ian had a special passion for the game, Terre Haute North head coach Chris Barrett wanted to keep that in his program. So he made Ian a student assistant.

This week with Barrett one of the head coaches in the 10th annual Wabash Valley Football Coaches Association All-Star he has brought along his special student assistant, for one more game!

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