Bosco Goes One-on-One with Nick Koehler


James Bosco, Staff Writer, Advanced Journalism

Junior Nick Koehler, in particular, has been the friend whose own life changed with James Bosco’s blindness.  Here Bosco does a Q & A with his former football buddy and always-supportive, always-helpful friend.

Q. What game did you get hurt in?

      A. Against Preble.

Q. How many years have you played football?

     A. I have played football since third grade.

Q. Do you have any special plans for your birthday?

A. I am staying in Door County for my birthday weekend–going shopping, going out to eat, and getting a massage.

Q.  Did you get any special presents for your birthday?

A. My brother took me to a Migos concert for my birthday. It was lit, and I witnessed more fights in one night than I had seen in my whole life.

Q. What are your plans after high school?

  A. After high school I would like to attend college, possibly at the University of Utah and after that I have no idea.

Q.  What has been your most significant high school experience?

  A. My most significant high school experience was the school  trip to Europe. I enjoyed the new experiences and grew closer with my traveling companions.

Q.  You’re an avid reader.  What is your favorite book?  

      A. My favorite book would be either Stephen King’s Green Mile or The Bears Famous Invasion of Sicily (for the sake of nostalgia).

Q. What is your favorite movie?

A. Anything with Matthew McConaughey.