Twins Caleb (left) and Logan Busz have been part of Whitko High Schoolâ€™s football sidelines for eight years, serving the last three years as the squadâ€™s ball boys. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Itâ€™s not double trouble, but twice blessed for Whitko High Schoolâ€™s football team.
Caleb and Logan Busz, 14-year-old identical twins, have spent the last eight seasons on the sideline for the Wildcatsâ€™ football team.
After several seasons as water boys, the Busz brothers are now on their third year as the squadâ€™s ball boys.
The boys began helping the team because their father, Joey Busz, is an assistant coach for the Wildcats.
With two older brothers, both boys agreed thereâ€™s a lot of football in the Busz household.
Their oldest brother, Ryan, who is a fifth-year senior at Indiana University, is the head manager of the Hoosiersâ€™ football squad.
Along with helping out the high school squad, the twins play on Whitko Middle Schoolâ€™s eighth-grade football team.
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