Ex-Bay Conference star Drew Brusoe to coach Green Bay West football

GREEN BAY – Drew Brusoe took some good-natured ribbing from relatives after he recently was hired as the new Green Bay West football coach.

That’s what happens when one side of your family all graduated from rival Green Bay East.

“You know, they did give me kind of a hard time at first, I’ll be honest with you,” Brusoe said. “But they were excited for me, and they probably will change from the black and red to the purple to support us at West. Which I greatly appreciate. “

Brusoe, 28, replaces Skylar Liebzeit, who stepped down in January after two seasons with the program.

It’s a homecoming of sorts for Brusoe, who was a star football player at Luxemburg-Casco.

The 2012 graduate was the Bay Conference defensive player of the year and twice was a first-team all-conference selection as a defensive lineman, including during a senior season in which he had 93 total tackles and six sacks while leading the Spartans to a 9 -2 records.

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