Bronson Yoder has been selected by the Indiana Football Coaches Association (IFCA) to represent NorthWood in the North-South All Star game. The annual all-star game set up by the IFCA showcases extraordinary football players from around the state of Indiana. Bronson will play safety for the North’s defense. He will be NorthWood’s 36th all-star in program history. While a member of the Black Crunch, Bronson was a standout on both offense and defense for his entire high school career. Offensively he had 506 passing yards, 3,841 rushing yards, and 1,768 receiving yards for 72 total touchdowns. Defensively Bronson had 229 tackles, 3 forced fumbles, and 14 interceptions, with 2 of those being for a touchdown. He has 11 Individual records; including rush yards in a game/season/career, total touchdowns in a season/career, and total interceptions in a career. Bronson was also runner up for Indiana Mr. Football.
Bronson demonstrated through his actions on and off the field what it means to be a NorthWood Panther. He led his fellow teammates with determination and class. Bronson will attend and play football at William and Mary next fall.