Mark Feuchter

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Mark Feuchter was a multi-sport athlete from 1969 to 1973 as a football, basketball, track, and baseball team member. He gained recognition as an All-District and All-Area quarterback during his senior year and started as a safety, punter, and kicker.  As a basketball player, Mark set scoring records averaging 23 points per game and was recognized as an All-District and All-Area forward. As part of the track team, Mark was a Regional Qualifier for three years in hurdles, high jump, and long jump while setting additional school records. 

He competed as a dominant pitcher and centerfielder for the Dragon Baseball team on the diamond. Mark hit two home runs in 1 inning, which included a grand slam three-run HR, for 7 RBIs, which set a National Record. Among his other accomplishments, he received the Dragon Award in 1973. Mark obtained a scholarship to Texas A&M-Commerce for football and track upon graduating from high school. He went on to coach football, basketball, and baseball for Frisco and Garland high schools. Upon retirement, Mark served as a UPS pilot and still enjoys following the Dragons!


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