(Ste. Genevieve) What’s it like being the trigger man for an offense that averages 54 points per game…

That’s Valle Catholic quarterback Chase Fallert, who led the Warriors to an MAFC title in their first year in the conference, a 10-1 record and the number two ranking at the Class Three level. For his efforts Fallert was voted on to the Regional Radio Dream Team by the area coaches. Fallert threw for 1700 yards, ran for nearly 600 more with a combined 35 touchdowns, while playing in only 28 quarters. He credits the coaches…

Fallert also has a huge support system in Ste. Genevieve with the Fallert name prominent on the roster and even more prominent in the stands…

After struggling through injuries as a junior, Fallert’s senior year started with a bang…

The Warriors trailed by double digits in the fourth quarter of that game, but scored the final 34 points for the win…

Like many of our Dream Team members, Chase is a multisport athlete. He is currently competing in basketball, but his best sport might come in the spring…

Chase was joined on the Dream Team by teammates Noah Elbert, Tim Okenfuss and Bryce Gielser.

Full interview with Chase Fallert