Mosinee vs. Roosevelt in the WIAA Division 2 State Semifinals
MOSINEE, WI (WAOW) – Quarterback, guard, center fielder and farewell speaker. From all the hats and helmets Trevor Garski has worn during his four years at Mosinee, from setting a state record for a perfect 17:17 pass on the soccer field to hitting a grand slam in the school’s first-ever trip to the state championship tournament . He has many memorable moments.
This grand slam was his first home run in the game of his career. “He threw me a pitch inside, right where I like it, and I was able to put him in the right field,” Garski said.
Looking back on his career as an Indian, it’s anything but expected: “I didn’t expect to be a good athlete at all, I still think it was quite accidental.”
As he closes the yearbook, it’s the time he puts in in the classroom, not just on the field, that prepares him for what’s next.
Garski said, “Everybody loves sports, it’s the best time in high school, but academically I think that’s the only thing that matters.”
And he knows his path will always lead him back to Mosinee.
“My dream is to come back here and train, be it any sport, we have a great coaching staff, I’ve had some great coaches my whole life and I’d really like to be someone else’s next great coach and help them. “
Garski will attend UW-Madison in the fall to major in computer science.