By BOB McGINN
Just because Green Bay has the Packers doesn’t mean it’s a football town.
It has been 30 years since the four public schools – East, West, Preble and Southwest – have had one of its graduates drafted by the NFL. In the 43-year history of the state playoffs no Green Bay public school has reached the championship game let alone win one.
The East High Red Devils can forever boast of having produced Curly Lambeau. Across the Fox River, the West High Wildcats graduated quarterback Arnie Herber, another Packers legend whose bust rests near Lambeau’s in the Pro Football Hall o...
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