Wheaton Warrenville South inducts six new members to Hall of Fame
The Wheaton Warrenville South Athletic Hall of Fame recently enshrined six new members during its 10th annual ceremony.
Headlining the list of new inductees were siblings Tony and Keilani Moeaki, who starred in football and basketball respectively. Former track star Randall Babb, football player Tony Kee, baseball player Ken Kilian and gymnastics coach Penny Perkins rounded out the new class.
Tony Moeaki, who led the Tigers to the Class 8A semifinals as a senior in 2004, went on to star at the University of Iowa and to play six NFL seasons, including with the Super Bowl bound Seattle Seahawks in 2015.
At 31, he now leads the Kid’s Dream Big Foundation with former Kansas City Chiefs teammate Steve Maneri and resides in Chicago, according to the Daily Herald.
In all, Moeaki played in 30 NFL games, hauling in 80 passes for 1,009 yards and four touchdowns.
Now Keilani Moeaki Unga and the mom of four, Keilani went on to star at Brigham Young University after a stellar career at Wheaton Warrenville South where she was a four-time all-conference and an all-state selection as a senior.
Baab was a two-time HSSCA all-state selection and later won an NCAA national title in the distance medley relay at the University of Notre Dame, where he was also a seven-time All-Big East Conference selection.
Kee was named all-state as a senior and was a two-time all-conference selection. He went on to star at the University of Michigan, where he was a three-time letter winner and tabbed as an all Big 10 conference selection as a senior.
Named as an all-area selection by the Daily Herald as a senior, Kilian was also rated the No. 1 prospect in Illinois by Baseball America. He went on to star at Northwestern and was a 16th round draft pick of the L.A. Dodgers in 1994.
Perkins was named Illinois Gymnastics Coach of the Year in 2000, ultimately coaching over 100 seasons of High School athletics.