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Daniel Kruer looks to end high school athletic career on high note in Bob Cleverley game

Posted at 10:46 PM, May 28, 2019

BUTTE — The 36th annual Bob Cleverley 8-Man all-star football game is Saturday at Bob Green Field at Montana Tech, and Twin Bridge’s Daniel Kruer is among the talented players taking the field.

Kruer, who signed an NAIA letter of intent this past winter to play basketball at the University of Providence, is at the end of his high school career as a Falcon.

Representing Twin Bridges in an all star-game is nothing new to him, so this trip to the Mining City this week is another usual business trip. However, this time around it means a little bit more to Kruer. It will be his last chance to showcase his football talent in front of the whole state.

“It feels great. All my high school career all I wanted to do was represent Twin Bridges and I feel like being out here and doing all the other all-star things I’ve done really just feels good to me and hopefully sets a standard in the future,” said Kruer.

The Bob Cleverley All-Star Game kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday at Montana Tech. For complete game rosters, please click here.