Ted Geotis is considered to be among the top quarterbacks in Bartlett High School football history.

In his junior and senior years, Ted passed for more than 2,000 yards, and 20 touchdowns, and rushed for six touchdowns. He served as team captain in his senior year in 1969, and was named the Indiansí most valuable player for his exploits that season.

The Indians record during Tedís three-year career at Bartlett was 20-7. He received three varsity letters during his gridiron tenure. He was named quarterback of the 1969 Class B All-Star Team, and received honorable mention as a quarterback of the 1968 Class B team. Also in 1969, Ted was honored with the Joe Bennett Most Valuable Player Award for his performance in the St. Bernardís game.

After graduating from Bartlett in 1970, he quarterbacked the Marianapolis Prep squad to a 7-0 record in the fall of that year. Ted continued his playing career with the semi-pro Webster Colonials from 1972-75. He was named to the league all-star team as a quarterback in 1975. He also had a tryout with the NFL New York Jets.

He is currently employed by the Webster Public Schools.