Middleton senior Davis Roquet announced via Twitter that he has orally committed to Wartburg College for football and men’s basketball.
Wartburg College is in Waverly, Iowa.
The 6-foot-4, 198-pound Roquet was a second-team choice as a quarterback in the Big Eight Conference on the all-conference football team.
He tweeted: “Excited to announce that I have committed to Wartburg College to continue my academic, football and basketball careers.”
In other commitment news, Sun Prairie senior Alec Schaefer announced via Twitter that he has orally committed to Clarke University for men’s basketball.
Clarke University is in Dubuque, Iowa.
Schaefer plays guard for the Sun Prairie boys basketball team, which is ranked second in Division 1 in The Associated Press poll.
Sun Prairie senior Draven Peeples announced that he de-committed from Iowa Western Community College and has committed to Iowa Central Community College for football.
Iowa Central is in Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Peeples was a running back for Sun Prairie, which advanced to the WIAA Division 1 state title game in football, losing to Kimberly.
Reedsburg’s Brooklyn Schyvinck reaches scoring milestone
Senior Brooklyn Schyvinck has become the Reedsburg girls basketball programs single-season scoring leader with 375 points, according to a Reedsburg school district announcement. She surpassed Katie (Webber) Massey, who had 370 points.
Area futsal teams advance to national competition
Several area teams have advanced to the U.S. Youth Futsal National Championships, scheduled Friday through Monday in Kansas City.
Futsal is a modified form of soccer played with five players per side. It is usually played on a smaller field and normally indoors.
According to brackets for that competition, teams from Madison competing include:
Boys – Madison Futsal 02B Forge, coach Ilir Lushaj, BU16 2002
Girls – Madison 56ers 07G Red, coach Kelly Severson, GU11 2007
Girls – Madison Futsal 06G Forge, coach Ilir Lushaj, GU12 2006
Girls – Madison 56ers 04G, coach Tony Wright, GU14 2004
In January, regional championships were held and winners crowned. The regional championships were in nine cities and qualified teams for the 2018 U.S. Youth National Championships, according to a release from the organization.
A total of 875 teams competed in the events, which were in Boston, Cleveland, Kansas City, Naples, Fla., Philadelphia, Richmond, Sacramento, Charlotte and St. Louis.
All division champions in U9-U19 were guaranteed spots in the national championships. Division finalists also were permitted to apply for preferred at-large bids and other high-performing teams were allowed to apply as an at-large team.