Accumulating 125 victories during his career as a bulldog, Morris won four GLIAC titles & made the NCAA Division II finals in both his sophomore & senior seasons. He finished in fourth place as a junior. In his senior season, he also placed fifth at the prestigious Midlands.
Post graduation, he became a coach, teacher & administrator at Howell High school. He demanded the best from Howell attendants as both students & athletics. He set a precedent of an expectation for the schools athletics to average a grade point average of 3.5. Some thought his ideas were ludicrous, but at the next evaluation they came close at a 3.38.
Hutcheson then took a a position as Associate director of both wrestling and tennis in the Michigan High School Athletic Association.