Excessive College Soccer: Bradford Grad Lamp Honored at WFCA All-State Banquet | Sports activities

Brock Lampe, who recently completed his senior year in Bradford, will be honored on Sunday lunchtime at Lambeau Field at the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association’s All-State Banquet.

Last month, Lampe was named the first WFCA All-State (Large School) team at Inside Linebacker. The WFCA all-state honors weren’t announced until May of this year to accommodate schools that played soccer in the spring instead of the fall due to the pandemic.

Bradford played in the fall and Lampe had a dominant season for the Red Devils, earning both linebacker and full-back awards for the first-team All-Southeast Conference. He led the SEC in Total Tackles (61) and Tackles for Loss (13) and also had two sacks and a safety. On the offensive, Lampe acted as lead blocking back for the Red Devils and finished second on the team with 376 rushing yards and 56 carries, including two touchdowns.

Lampe, who pledged to play in NCAA Division I Northern Illinois this fall, was named All-State Honorable Mention, SEC Defensive Player of the Year, and WFCA All-Region 3 by the Associated Press that fall.

In addition, Lampe will compete for the South Large team in the WFCA All-Star Game, which is scheduled for July 17th at Titan Stadium in UW-Oshkosh. The small school game is scheduled for 2 p.m., followed by the big school game at 6 p.m.

Lamp on the South Large team will be Riley Kennow, an Indian trail graduate, an attacking lineman who will play in the NCAA Division II Upper Iowa this fall.

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