Whether it was on the gridiron or court, Todd Daskowski was a superstar for the Bartlett High School Indians during the early 1990s.

Toss was a four-year letterman in both football and basketball. He served as football team captain in his senior year and basketball team captain in his junior and senior years.

Todd’s athletic recognition includes selection to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette All-Star team – twice in football and once in basketball.

His football achievements include: two Super Bowl appearances by Bartlett; leading scorer in Central Mass in 1992 with 22 touchdowns; 48 high school career touchdowns; and more than 3,000 yards rushing as a speedy running back. Todd has the distinction of scoring all seven touchdowns registered by Bartlett against Southbridge in games played from 1991 through 1993 when the Indians won two of the three games. He received the Sabatinelli MVP award for his performance in the 1992 game. During his career Bartlett compiled a 30-10 record.

Todd was a point guard on Indian basketball teams for four years. He is a member of the school’s 1,000-point club, having scored 1,089 career points. The 1993-1994 team was crowned District E, Division II Champions and, during his career, Bartlett recorded a 71-15 record.

Todd went on to football stardom at Worcester State College where he was a running back and wide receiver. His achievements include: Offensive Rookie of the Year; Golden Helmet award winner; led the conference with 10 touchdowns; named to the New England Football Conference All-Star team; and is listed as seventh on the WSC scoring list with 20 touchdowns.

Todd lives in Elk Grove, Illinois and is employed as the operations manager for American Fitness Wholesalers.