CALUMET CITY | When Brayden Banske visited his big sister at the U.S. Naval Academy, he made it his goal to follow in her footsteps.
A family photograph of Bishop Noll Institute senior Brayden Banske and his sister, Courtney Banske, at her graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy in 2012. She is stationed in Jacksonville, Fla.
Bishop Noll Institute senior Brayden Banske of Calumet City will attend West Point this fall. Banske had applied to the U.S. Naval Academy and needed a recommendation by his congressman. But his congressman was Jesse Jackson Jr., who had resigned his seat, leaving Banske without Congressional help.
Bishop Noll Institute senior Brayden Banske of Calumet City will attend West Point this fall. Banske was able to get a recommendation from newly-elected U.S. Rep. Robin Kelly in time for his application to go through.
HAMMOND | Winterfest Invitational: Bishop Noll won the boys meet with 104 points and finished second overall with a 145 points as the Hobart meet combined boys and girls team scores.
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