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DOUBLE PLAY: Twin brothers spend Friday nights under the lights

September 30, 2013

Twins Caleb (left) and Logan Busz have been part of Whitko High School’s football sidelines for eight years, serving the last three years as the squad’s ball boys. Post & Mail photo / Nicole Ott

SOUTH WHITLEY — It’s not double trouble, but twice blessed for Whitko High School’s football team.

Caleb and Logan Busz, 14-year-old identical twins, have spent the last eight seasons on the sideline for the Wildcats’ football team.

After several seasons as water boys, the Busz brothers are now on their third year as the squad’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 there’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 Hoosiers’ football squad.

Along with helping out the high school squad, the twins play on Whitko Middle School’s eighth-grade football team.

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