Teen Ref: A Good "no Call" (Paperback)
How can you be a football genius if you don't know the rules of the game?
Fifteen year-old Drew Hennings' dream of playing quarterback for his local high school team and playing college football in the Ivy League ended when he got a serious concussion.
Drew can't play football anymore, but he loves the game too much to walk away. With a close family friend and football official, Jack, as his mentor, Drew decides to transform himself into the first teenage football referee that Boston's South Shore has ever seen.
Can he transfer his leadership skills to refereeing and make the right call even when it's unpopular? Will he be good enough to earn a place on the crew of a youth football playoff game?
About the Author
Dr. Struzziero played football and sang a cappella for Tufts University. He teaches English at Hingham High School; he officiates high school football with the Eastern Massachusetts Association of Interscholastic Football Officials, and he enjoys singing at First Parish Church in Cohasset, MA where he lives with his wife Kate and two daughters, Caroline and Libby.