Coyle earns TUFF Award


Butler senior Nick Coyle is this year’s recipient of the Blake Laforce TUFF Award named after Blake LaForce, a Butler High School student athlete who lost his battle with complications of Leukemia. The TUFF Award is presented annually to a football player who demonstrates those “winning qualities”: character, leadership, toughness, hard work, determination, tenacity, and courage. Coyle was an All-GWOC player in football and recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Georgetown (KY) College.

Butler senior Nick Coyle is this year’s recipient of the Blake Laforce TUFF Award named after Blake LaForce, a Butler High School student athlete who lost his battle with complications of Leukemia. The TUFF Award is presented annually to a football player who demonstrates those “winning qualities”: character, leadership, toughness, hard work, determination, tenacity, and courage. Coyle was an All-GWOC player in football and recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Georgetown (KY) College.


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Butler senior Nick Coyle is this year’s recipient of the Blake Laforce TUFF Award named after Blake LaForce, a Butler High School student athlete who lost his battle with complications of Leukemia. The TUFF Award is presented annually to a football player who demonstrates those “winning qualities”: character, leadership, toughness, hard work, determination, tenacity, and courage. Coyle was an All-GWOC player in football and recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Georgetown (KY) College.

Butler senior Nick Coyle is this year’s recipient of the Blake Laforce TUFF Award named after Blake LaForce, a Butler High School student athlete who lost his battle with complications of Leukemia. The TUFF Award is presented annually to a football player who demonstrates those “winning qualities”: character, leadership, toughness, hard work, determination, tenacity, and courage. Coyle was an All-GWOC player in football and recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Georgetown (KY) College.
https://www.vandaliadrummernews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2019/02/web1_Coyle.jpegButler senior Nick Coyle is this year’s recipient of the Blake Laforce TUFF Award named after Blake LaForce, a Butler High School student athlete who lost his battle with complications of Leukemia. The TUFF Award is presented annually to a football player who demonstrates those “winning qualities”: character, leadership, toughness, hard work, determination, tenacity, and courage. Coyle was an All-GWOC player in football and recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play football at Georgetown (KY) College. Contributed photo