Schaub has helped Sprague reach the Playoffs

 

Four years ago there was a huge group of freshman who wanted to play football at Sprague, including so many who wanted to play quarterback that then-freshman head coach Kary Hadden wrote their names on tape and put it on their helmets to keep them straight.

Even then, there was something that stood out about Jon Schaub – the kid could throw the ball.

“Looking back when he was a freshman, he threw a really tight spiral, but it was two feet in front of the guy,” said Hadden, better known as Sprague’s varsity wrestling coach and now a varsity assistant.

Everything else about Schaub’s game has changed for the better, but that rocket of an arm is still there.

When the No. 10-ranked Olympians take to the field in Friday’s game against Westview in the first round of the OSAA Class 6A state playoffs the rest of the state might realize how good Schaub has become.

 

Original Article by Bill Poehler, Statesman Journal

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