Those qualities helped Koseor earn the Baraboo Gold B award, an Offseason Lifter award in football, the hockey team’s MVP award, the Hobey Baker character award for hockey, and the WIAA Scholar Athlete Award. Koseor was also a member of Science Club and Link Crew, helping mentor incoming freshmen throughout their first year of high school.
While staying active for four years, Koseor’s biggest in-game memories from high school sports are scoring his first varsity goal against the La Crosse co-op on Nov. 30, 2017, and claiming a 3-2 win over rival Reedsburg/Wisconsin Dells/Mauston on Jan. 16, 2021.
A different memory stands out to Clark, who got a firsthand look at Koseor’s work ethic during a 2019-20 win over DeForest.
“He was actually sick as all get-out, puked mid-period — long before COVID — but still putting in 100% and scored on a play where he just went through a bunch of guys and would not be denied,” Clark said. “The whole team was in a funk, and he was sicker than most of them, and he just said, ‘We’re not losing this game. We can’t lose this game.’ To me, that’s what Campbell was. He wasn’t dangling around everybody and making the fancy play. He was ‘I’m taking this to the front of the net and seeing what happens.’ He was blue collar until the very end.
“Adversity just did not get to him, and that’s what I’ll always remember him for.”