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Fenwick Football is a Chicagoland football powerhouse that has produced many great players and teams in its history. Among those are 1953 Heisman Trophy Winner Johnny Lattner.

Prior to the institution of a state playoff system for football in the 1970s, Fenwick competed to play in the Prep Bowl, which pitted the champions of the Chicago Catholic League against the champion of the Chicago Public League. Fenwick won four Prep Bowl titles at the game's usual home of Soldier Field. The first was in 1945 where a crowd of 80,000 fans saw Fenwick defeat Tilden High School, 20–6. This game is currently tied as the 7th most attended high school football game. The second win was in 1962 when Fenwick defeated Schurz High School 40–0. The win not only capped an undefeated season but was played before over 91,000 fans—the third largest crowd to witness a high school football game in Illinois history.


  • Freshman
  • Sophomore
  • Varsity


  • 2012 League Champions 
  • 2013 League Champions 
  • 2014 State Quarterfinalists

Coaching Staff


  • Varsity Head Coach: Gene Nudo,, ext. 349
  • Defensive Coordinator: Brandon New
  • Defensive Assistant: Bob Muti
  • Defensive Backs: Marcus Spencer
  • Defensive Line: Bill Eufrasio
  • Linebackers: Jack Stibich
  • Running Backs: Dick Eufrasio
  • Offensive Line: Mark Placey
  • Offensive Assistant: Butch Navarro
  • Quarterbacks: Brien Rooney
  • Wide Receivers: Tim Rooney
  • Coach Emeritus: Don Heldmann
  • Strength Coach: Joe Hajek
  • Trainers: Tony McCormack & Ariell Willett
  • Advance Scout: Pete Lantero


  • Sophomore Head Coach: Alex Holmberg,, ext. 213
  • Defensive Backs: Zach Vergera
  • Defensive Line: Ray Moland
  • Offensive Coordinator: Joe Romano
  • Offensive Line: Matt Rooney
  • Wide Receivers: Chris Barbian


  • Freshman Head Coach: Mark Vruno,, ext. 132
  • Defensive Backs: Arthur Porter
  • Defensive Coordinator: Joe Bauers
  • Line: Tom Doherty
  • Running Backs/Quarterbacks: Bob Dobry
  • Wide Receivers: Arnie Gough
Gene Nudo

Gene Nudo

Varsity Head Coach

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Coach Nudo's Bio

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