Dabrowski, Ullom named to state shrine football game
Somerset's Dylan Dabrowski and St. Croix Central's Garrett Ullom have been selected to play in the 2004 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Shrine Bowl.
This game features the premier senior football players from the state of Wisconsin each year. Ullom and Dabrowski were both all-state players during the past season.
Both players will be playing along the offensive line in the Shrine Bowl. Ullom will be stationed at tight end, while Dabrowski will be at guard.
Dabrowski was one of the most powerful guards in the state. His power made him an outstanding straight-ahead blocker, but he also has good quickness, making him able to get out and lead running plays in Somerset's wishbone offense.
Ullom was one of the best receiving threats in the area from his tight end position. He also drew raves for his leadership and his blocking was one of the keys to Central's ground attack.
Other area players selected to the Shrine Bowl include Amery defensive back Jacob Meyer, Osceola defensive end Kyle McMartin, Hudson offensive tackle Kraig Urbik and Elk Mound defensive end Jared Suckow.