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Stern savors Samuel’s game-winning TD

Matt Stern enjoys a bona fide ballpark frank at a Boston Red Sox game in Fenway Park. Matt saw David Ortiz play before his retirement. CONTRIBUTED
Matt Stern enjoys a bona fide ballpark frank at a Boston Red Sox game in Fenway Park. Matt saw David Ortiz play before his retirement. CONTRIBUTED
MADISON – Matt Stern takes the game of football seriously. Personally, he is happy never to cause a missed or botched snap this year in football.
“I like the strategy that football takes and the skill needed to excel. I also love it because you need to be a good ‘team’ to do well against others — nine units strong,” Matt said.
Matt plays positions of center and linebacker in flag football for Upwards Sports. He also plays basketball at Rainbow Elementary School, where he is in sixth grade.
Matt’s parents are Steven and Christy Stern. “My dad works as a Senior Analyst at the U.S. Government Accountability Office,” Matt said. “My mom works even harder as a stay-at-home mom.”
Matt has a twin brother, Alex. Their younger sister Sarah is a Rainbow fourth-grader. The Stern family moved to Madison in 2005 because of Matt’s job.
Q & A
Q: When you go out to eat, what restaurants do you like?
A: “My favorite is Chili’s or Applebee’s,” Matt said.
Q: What’s your favorite food?
A: Bacon cheeseburgers.
Q: What are your favorite sports teams?
A: The Ohio State Buckeyes, Boston Red Sox and Cleveland Cavaliers.
Q: What’s you favorite sports memory?
A: “Being at this year’s game between The Ohio State and ‘That School Up North’ (AKA Michigan) and watching Curtis Samuel score the game-winning touchdown from six rows away from his score,” Matt said.
Q: What do you like to do in your free time?
A: Read, play video games and play with friends. “And, oh yeah … sleep,” he said.

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