DUFFEL BAG Prep news and notes
AROUND THE AREA
NATIONALLY RANKED: Whitefish Bay's boys soccer team made its season debut this week in the USA Today national rankings at No. 5. Previously the Blue Dukes had been listed as receiving votes. Bay went undefeated at the Goal4theGoal Classic, while Marquette, which had been ranked, dropped a 1-0 decision to Jefferson, Mo. Bay and Marquette play at 6 p.m. Saturday at Quad Park.
NORTH DIVISION HOF: The Milwaukee North Hall of Fame banquet is scheduled for Oct. 21 at the Hilton Garden Inn, 11600 West Park Place.
The class is led by the induction of the 1980 state championship basketball team.
Here is the rest of the class: Barbara Johnson Burnett (1987 graduate), Richard Lee (1992), King David Lee (1977), Robert Luckett (1984), Larry Mathews (1971), Ned Morton (1966), Dwayne Perryman (1982), French Reasby (1967), Jerry Young (1976), Gene Leland, Jack Hughes (1949). The Legend Award winners are Sarah Grant and James Beckum.
Tickets are $50. Proceeds from the event go to supporting athletics and activities at the school.
For more information contact Elton Gillie at mrelg21@out- look.com, Geneva Atkins at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brenda Cullin at email@example.com.
COMMITTED: Brookfield Central senior Ryan Linnihan announced he will swim at Harvard. Linnihan, who competes for the Brookfield Central/East Co-op team, is the defending Division 1 champion in the 50-yard freestyle.
COMMITTED II: New Berlin Eisenhower senior Bella Passamani will compete at UW-Milwaukee. Passamani is the defending Division 2 state champion in the 100 butterfly and top returning qualifier in the 500 freestyle.
RECRUITING SEMINAR: Waukesha South will host a presentation by Recruiting Realities founder Jack Renkens at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24. Renkens will highlight keys for high school athletes to get recruited. The event is free and open to all.
Brookfield Central senior Ryan Linnihan, the defending Division 1 state champion in the 50 freestyle, announced he will swim at Harvard.