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WIAA Playoffs: Bay Visits Brookfield East at 7 p.m. Friday

The once-beaten Blue Dukes go on the road for a rematch of last year's Level 2 contest, won 40-21 by Whitefish Bay

Whitefish Bay visits Brookfield East at 7 p.m. Friday in a WIAA Division 2, Level 3 football playoff game.

The Blue Dukes (9-1) routed Brookfield Central 28-3 on Saturday afternoon. Brookfield East (10-0) dispatched Greendale 28-21 on Friday.

These teams met in Level 2 a year ago, with Whitefish Bay going on the road and claiming a 40-21 triumph.

Housekeeping

Gates open for ticket sales at 5:30 p.m. No pre-sales are planned at this time. Tickets are $4.

Brookfield East High School is on Lilly Road, just north of Burleigh Road.

ESPN Radio in Milwaukee will broadcast the game live on 540 AM.

More about Brookfield East

Read all of Patch’s coverage of the Spartans.

Highlights from numerous games this season can be found on YouTube: Sussex Hamilton, Marquette, West Allis Hale, Menomonee Falls, Wauwatosa East

Senior WR/DB Brian Smith’s highlights are available, as is an interview with Wisconsin-bound defensive end Alec James.

More about Whitefish Bay

Read all of Patch’s coverage of the Blue Dukes.

Whitefish Bay was the TMJ 4 Team of the Week, and also was captured by Preps Plus in defeating Homestead on Oct. 12.

Highlights are available from games against Cedarburg and Germantown.

Senior quarterback Grant Menard and running back Rashadeem Gray have posted highlights on YouTube.

What’s next

Friday’s winner meets the winner of Watertown and three-time defending state champion Waunakee, which has lost just one of its last 42 games. Watertown is led by quarterback Tarek Yaeggi, who has thrown for 3,044 yards and 38 touchdowns, according to WisSports.net. Watertown defeated Waukesha West 54-49 on Saturday.

Senator Linda Menard October 31, 2012 at 09:40 PM
Grant Menard is one grandson to be proud of. Senator Linda Menard

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