Recently, Brian Roebke was honored for his passion, dedication, and unwavering support of co-curricular programs by Kaukauna High School and the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association and was presented with the Wisconsin Athletic Service Award.
Brian has been a strong and passionate supporter of Kaukauna Athletics for over the past 30 years.
During his high school years Brian was a KHS football manager for 1 year, the KHS football statistician for 2 years, the KHS basketball manager for 3 years, and a KHS baseball manager for 4 years.
Upon his graduation from Kaukauna High School and college he has been a very supportive member of the Kaukauna school community. Brian was the KHS yearbook advisor from 1989-2003, reported on and taken photos of every KHS athletic team (including volunteering as the baseball reporter) for The Kaukauna Times for about 10 years.
He was also instrumental in founding the Kaukauna Youth Basketball Association as well as the Kaukauna Boys Hoops Club and has served in leadership roles for both groups.
Brian has been the Kaukauna High School boys basketball scorekeeper for 95% of games over the past 30 years and has seen all but one KHS boys basketball games for the past 17 years. The only one he has missed was unfortunately due to his needing a surgery procedure.
Brian has also seen every KHS football game for the past 21 years.
KHS and WADA would once again like to sincerely thank Brian Roebke for his strong support of the co-curricular programs at Kaukauna High School.