Tiger plays in Tiki Bowl

Evan Sikorski and Caden Selle, an offensive lineman from Missouri. 

Webster High School Senior Evan Sikorski had the opportunity to play in one last High School Football game as he traveled down to Orlando, Florida to take part in the annual Hawaii Tiki Bowl. The game is usually played in Hawaii but due to the pandemic the game was relocated to Orlando and played in the Camping World Stadium, the home of College Football's Orange Bowl. 

The Hawaii Tiki Bowl is an All-Star football game made up of players from all over the country. During Evan's stay in Florida from Dec 16 - 22 he practiced and was coached by a pair of college coaches as four teams were created and matched up for games. Sikorski played for team IKAIKA and was coached by Bill Reiss and Michael Caba. Bill Reiss is the Defensive Coordinator at Lackawanna College in Pennsylvania and Michael Caba is the Offensive Coordinator at Georgetown College in Kentucky. 

Evan said it was a great opportunity and a wonderful experience to play with some of the most elite talent in the country. Sikorski has plans on continuing his education and playing football at the collegiate level. He wants to get a degree in criminal justice and is also looking into joining the Army National Guard to help pay for his schooling. As for potential schools, Ripon University and Northwestern University in St. Paul are the leading schools he's interested in attending at the moment.