Brummer Gets 8-Man All-Star Nod for St. John’s/Tipton

Ty Brummer

The 33rd Annual 8-Man All-Star Games will take place this Saturday at Trojan Field in Beloit.  Since Tuesday, 80 of the top 8-Man seniors have been working hard in preparation for the games on Saturday.  The 8-Man DI All-Star Game will get things started with kickoff at 10:00. The 8-Man DII All-Star Game follows at 1:30. Pregame coverage begins at 1:00 on KD Country 94 and the 8-Man All-Star Game Radio Network, which is also online at www.8manallstars.com.

Tipton Catholic High School graduate Ty Brummer will represent the St. John’s/Tipton Blujays for the DII East squad.

Brummer had a solid career with the Blujays, especially stepping up his game in his final two seasons.  This past season, as a senior, he ran for 915 yards and 16 TD and also had over 300 yards and a couple touchdowns receiving.  Brummer also became one of the top defenders in the state, as he led the team with 118 tackles.  As a junior, Brummer was second on the team with 98 tackles and he also ran for 857 yards and 13 scores and had 334 receiving yards.  He finished his Blujay career with 313 tackles including ten for loss.

Brummer has worked hard throughout his career to earn his spot at the 8-Man All-Star Game, as he explains.

Ty is planning a career in an ag related field and will head off to college to pursue that in the fall.

Catch Brummer and the rest of the 8-Man DII East All-Stars this Saturday afternoon as they battle the West.  Again, pregame coverage begins at 1:00 with kickoff at 1:30 from Trojan Field in Beloit on KD Country 94, the 8-Man All-Star Radio Network and 8manallstars.com.

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A lifelong Kansan, Dusty grew up in WaKeeney, KS and knew by the 7th grade that he wanted to do play-by-play broadcasting. After graduating from Trego Community High School in 2001 and obtaining a Radio Broadcasting degree from Colby Community College in 2003, he began working as the Sports Director at KD Country 94 & Z 96.3 "The Lake". In 15 years of broadcasting high school sports in Kansas, Dusty has called nearly 1,300 games, including 24 KSHSAA State Championship games or matches. He was also named the 2017 KSHSAA Oscar Stauffer Sportscaster of the Year and has won multiple Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards. When he's not traveling all over the state covering high school sports, Dusty enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He also advocates for many people fighting neuromuscular diseases, including Dermatomyositis, of which Dusty was diagnosed with in January of 2015.