Terry Eurick was a standout halfback on Arthur Hill’s undefeated and unscored upon football team in 1973 as the 5-foot-11, 195-pounder earned All-Valley and All-State honors, as well as being named the Saginaw Valley Conference MVP. Eurick was the Lumberjacks’ leading ball carrier in both his junior and senior seasons and he was team captain both seasons. The three-year varsity player also attained All-State honorable mention his sophomore season in 1971. Eurick also played two years of varsity baseball and was named to the All-SVL West Division team both seasons as a heavy-hitting outfielder. He accepted a full ride scholarship to Notre Dame where he won four letters (1974-77). Eurick made his debut as a freshman in the 1974 season-opener versus Georgia Tech and gained six yards on his first collegiate carry. After seeing spot duty for two years he started his first game on October 2, 1976, in a 24-6 win over Michigan State University. Eurick rushed for 65 yards on 15 carries and caught a 20-yard TD pass in the contest. He was a tri-captain in 1977 and in the 38-10 victory against No. 1-ranked Texas in the 1978 Cotton Bowl, Eurick scored twice and gained 16 yards on four carries and caught a 12-yard pass. His efforts landed him on the cover of Sports Illustrated the next week (1/9/78). He was elected into the Arthur Hill Letterwinner’s Hall of Fame in 1985.