Bill Stober

Class of 1965

Bill earned four varsity letters in football, three varsity letters in basketball, three varsity letters in baseball, and one varsity letter in track. In football, Bill was named All County Back of the Year during his junior and senior seasons. He also was named All League and All Lima Land during his junior and senior years. Bill earned All State Honorable Mention his senior year. Bill set the school record for most touchdown passes in a season with 27and most touchdown passes in a career with 46. He also set the school the longest punt with a kick of 71 yards. Parkway Football was 25-5 during his three years as starting quarterback. Bill received a full athletic scholarship to play football at Louisiana State University. He lettered in football for three years at LSU and upon graduating, held the school record for receptions in a season for tight ends. At that time Bill was also listed in the top five for receiving yards and touchdowns. Bill played in the first ever Peach Bowl, as well as the Sugar Bowl. In 1969, LSU was 9-1 and ranked fifth in the nation after the regular season