"All this" refers to the successful 2013 season captured by the documentary film, "We Could Be King," which will appear tomorrow night at 8 o'clock on ESPN2.
Flatbush Pictures, in conjunction with Dick's Sporting Goods, premiered the film as part of the Tribeca Film Festival on April 23. The film opened in New York City and Los Angeles yesterday.
After controversial school closings claimed Germantown, a bitter rival with King, uncertainty surrounded the idea of blending athletes from both schools on one football team.
All the Cougars (10-3, 6-2) did was win their first Class AAA Public League title. According to TedSilary.com, MLK's campaign represented the greatest one-season turnaround in city history (1-10 overall record to 10-3).
"I'm extremely proud," Dunn said. "It's cool for us to have had this experience documented for us so that we can share with people forever.
"For [the team] it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience to see yourself on the big screen, get this type of exposure and get an opportunity to share their story with the rest of the world."
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