TRIBLAND FACES OF SPORTS: Anstine recalls making game-winning catch

Terry Anstine is shown playing for the Hastings College
football team in this 1983 Tribune archive photo.

In sports terminology, a player who is said to be money is one who rises to the occasion when the game is on the line.

It's ironic, then, that a bank president should be remembered for being money in a big time game.

Five Points Bank president Terry Anstine hauled in the game-winning touchdown pass that won the 1980 Shrine Bowl Game for the South at Memorial Stadium.

Anstine, who played wide receiver/running back at Sandy Creek High School, was part of a highly skilled, highly favored South team that included several Husker recruits and future NFL talent.

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