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Anahuac High School quarterback Foster Kruezer earned second-team All-State academic honors from the Texas High School Coaches Association. (submitted photo)

Foster Kruezer has had himself one memorable senior year.

The Anahuac High School senior currently is playing basketball for a resurgent program and that comes after leading the Panthers football program to a Class 3A-I playoff appearance.

Now, Kruezer – who wants to play baseball in college and has not made a decision on where he wants to go – is also considered an academic following his selection to the Texas High School Coaches Association 2nd Team Academic All-State Football team.

“Foster is definitely a model student-athlete by the way he prepares to compete athletically and academically,” Anahuac head football coach Greg Neece said. “I am fortunate to have been able to coach him for his senior year.  He was a joy to coach because of his toughness, determination, and dedication to always striving to be the best that he could be.”

Kruezer was the District 12-3A-I Offensive Most Valuable Player and was Neece’s first-ever player to run and pass for over 1,000 yards, during his coaching career. He was also a first-team outside linebacker.

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