ON TO COLLEGE
Two area athletes signed national collegiate letters of intent for football last week. Patrick Wyrowski of Whitnall will attend and play for the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire as a tight end and Nathan Getzin of Greenfield will attend and play offensive line for Trinity International University, an NAIA school in Illinois.
Area qualifiers for WIAA State Swimming and Diving Meets this weekend. Greendale/Greenfield has 12 qualifiers and West Allis one for Saturday's Division 1 Meet, while Whitnall has five for Friday's Division 2 event.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
IN THE SPOTLIGHT
Freshman Sydnee Tomczak continued to do well for the West Allis gymnastics team last week, winning the balance beam, floor exercise and all-around in a victory over Port Washington. Tomczak also won two events and the all-around as West Allis beat Brookfield the previous week.
- John Rech
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