Schroeder on Colts' academic all-stars

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By Larry Goffinet

INDIANAPOLIS—Perry Central offensive lineman Isaac Schroeder has been named to the Indianapolis Colts’ 2007 Indiana High School Academic All-Stars football team.

Schroeder was one of 24 senior players chosen to the team. They will be introduced at halftime of the Colts’ game with Kansas City this Sunday.

Schroeder ranks first academically among 85 in Perry Central’s senior class with a 4.0 grade-point average.

He scored 1560 out of a possible 1600 on the Scholastic Aptitude Test.

He is the son of Duane and Tracy Schroeder of rural Tell City.

Schroeder is the second Perry Central player honored in the nine-year history of the Colts’ academic all-stars. Morgan Labhart made the team at linebacker in 2002.

Southridge tight end T.J. Reese, son of Perry Central teacher and former Perry Central basketball coach Dave Reese, also made this year’s team.

Other players from Southwestern Indiana on this year’s team are Mount Vernon offensive lineman Zach Smorch, Evansville North defensive lineman Dan Borman, Reitz linebacker Chris Reig, and Evansville Central defensive back Kent Crick.