The high school all-star game is to be played Saturday, Dec. 17 at 4 p.m. and televised on the Bally Sports Network.
Lauck was honored with his Army Bowl jersey in front of Royals teammates and students.
The East-West game features 80 of the nation’s top high school players in skills competitions as part of the week-long festivities.
Lauck has signed with and will continue his student-athlete career with the University of Iowa in fall 2023. He was consistently recognized as one of the state’s top linemen.
“I’m very thankful for the opportunity to represent the Southside and Roncalli in the game,” Lauck said. “I want to thank my coaches for pushing me to be the best version of myself, and my teammates for making me better every single day. I can’t wait to compete with some of the best around.”
When asked about his thoughts on Lauck being honored in such a way, Royals head coach Eric Quintana remarked, “We are all very proud of Trevor and his accomplishments. He has been a great teammate and ambassador of Roncalli football. We wish him luck as he competes at the highest level and is able to represent Roncalli football on a national stage.”
Lauck’s high school career also was praised by Roncalli principal Kevin Banich and assistant athletic director Jason Sims.
During the past three years, the Royals compiled a 37-4 record with the 4A state championship in 2020, including three sectional, two regional, and one semistate championships.