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Walter A. Krueger, 1915
Walter A. Krueger came to Albion in the fall of 1952 as a social studies teacher at Albion High School. He is best remembered for his outstanding coaching abilities and participation in the sports program. Krueger served as head coach of the Junior Varsity football team from 1953 until 1964, compiling an 85 percent win record which included a string of 21 consecutive wins. Krueger also served as varsity golf coach beginning in 1957. In that sport, the Wildcats won the Twin Valley championship twice, the regional title once, and went to the state finals three times. Krueger served as the official basketball scorer for 26 years, and as a football scoreboard official for 14 years. He retired at the end of the 1979-1980 school year. A special Walt Krueger Day was held on February 28, 1988 at a Wildcat basketball game, in honor of this well-known teacher and coach.
Source: Frank Passic. A History of the Albion Public Schools. Albion, Michigan: E. Weil Publishing Services. 1991.
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