Wayne Hills QB Breaks Bone in Foot, Rest of Season In Doubt
Nationally-ranked signal caller Kevin Olsen reportedly suffered the injury in team's 56-7 season opener of Northern Highlands on Friday.
Wayne Hills' Kevin Olsen, a nationally ranked quarterback and state champion, suffered a fractured bone along the bottom of his right foot during the Patriots' 56-7 romp over Northern Highlands on Friday night, NorthJersey.com reported.
Olsen, who has verbally committed to attend the University of Miami next year, was expected to help lead the Patriots to a third-straight state group championship.
The Patriots won their second straight championship last season by defeating Old Tappan 15-12. Olsen led his team down the field and threw the winning touchdown with three minutes to go in the fourth quarter.
Olsen was named one of the top signal callers in the country at the Elite 11 quarterback camp. The results were televisized earlier this year.
Olsen, his family, and the team are the subject of "New Jersey's Last Patriot," the first-ever documentary produced by MSG Varsity. Part I premiered earlier in the month in Wayne. Part II is being filmed now and will be broadcast in December.