The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game is the last chance for prep football fans to see the state's top senior talent before they head off to college.
This year, it was also the final game for a Hall of Fame head coach.
Retiring Brookfield East coach Tom Swittel went out with a victory, as he led the South team to a 17-7 victory in the WFCA All-Star Game at UW-Oshkosh's Titan Stadium on July 16.
The North team took a 7-0 lead on a 1-yard touchdown run by Kimberly's Blair Mullholland with 11:42 left in the second quarter. South answered to tie the game just before halftime on a 9-yard touchdown run by Middleton's Cam Maly.
After missing a field goal in the second quarter, Brookfield East's T.C. Swittel drilled a 31-yard kick to put South up 10-7 with 8:03 left in the third. Maly later made it 17-7 with a 5-yard touchdown burst with 2:43 to play in the third.
T.C. Swittel was one four quarterbacks to play for the South squad. The Michigan Tech recruit completed one of five passes for 16 yards and ran two times for 5 yards. In addition to hitting a field goal, Swittel booted two extra points.
Although he played quarterback at Brookfield Central, Dominic Labellarte played wide receiver in the All-Star Game and caught two passes for 16 yards.
Brookfield Central defensive lineman Brandon Hughes was picked as a captain by his South teammates. Lancers offensive lineman Joseph Koppelman started for the South team.
Tom Swittel was the head coach from 1983-85 at Whitefish Bay Dominican, from 1995-2009 at Wauwatosa East and 2010-16 at Brookfield East. He compiled a 118-92 record with 12 playoff appearances between Wauwatosa East and Brookfield East.