A three-sport varsity athlete, Parker Dukas has been able to make a name for himself on the diamond, the ice and the court, as well as in the classroom, all within his four years as a Trojan. An All-League and All-District player for the baseball team last year, Dukas has followed up his strong season by placing in the top five in steals, runs and walks amongst Trojans. For the hockey team, he was named to the All-Downriver League and in tennis he was a three-time All-Regional player. Perhaps more importantly, Dukas also carries a 3.9 grade-point average, is a member of both the National Honor Society and Interact Club, was a Senior Scholar and was accepted into the Detroit Association of Phi Beta Kappa. For his efforts in the classroom, he was named to the All-Academic teams in both baseball and hockey. While he has contemplating continuing either his hockey or baseball careers at the collegiate level, his path is more than likely going to lead him to Michigan State University to concentrate on his studies. He is currently undecided as far as his career, but he knows that he will be choosing to major in engineering once he makes the jump to college. His parents, Kari and Gary, look forward to continuing to see him excel as a student and as a person.