Andrew, a junior at North Eugene High, threw back-to-back no-hitters in his first two league starts, striking out 13 and walking two against Thurston, then fanning 15 and walking two against South Eugene. He had a 0.76 ERA with 71 strikeouts in 46 innings through Sunday. In 2010 Andrew led he Highlanders to the 5A state title and was named 5A pitcher of the year.
Lakewood, Calif. > Softball
Amber, a senior catcher at Mater Dei High, hit a grand slam to lift the Monarchs over Beckman and break her own school record for home runs in a season (9). A week later she broke the RBI record (44) in a win over Riverside Christian. Amber played on the USA Softball Junior National team, which won gold at the Pan-Am Games last August.
Upper Darby, Pa. > Marathon
Weygandt, 64, completed his 45th straight Boston Marathon (5:52:14) to continue his streak of running the most consecutive marathons in one city. His first Boston finish came in 1967, before the other modern major marathons - Berlin, Chicago, London and New York City -- existed. His PR (2:36:51 in '83) came during a 23-year string of sub-three-hour races.
Mendham, N.J. > Lacrosse
Dykstra, a senior midfielder at Lehigh, scored four goals in a loss to Virginia Tech to break the Patriot League career record (243) and move into 10th place all time in the NCAA. She was league rookie of the year as a freshman, offensive player of the year as a sophomore and defensive player of the year as a junior. At week's end Dykstra was No. 1 in D-I scoring with 68 goals.
Berkeley Lake, Ga. > Track and Field
O'Neal, a senior at Holy Innocents' Episcopal School, won the 400 (47.78) and 800 meters (1:54.77) to be named MVP at the Taco Bell Classic in Columbia, S.C. An All-America and two-time defending Class-A state champion in the 400, O'Neal founded Spikes 4 Tykes, a program that donates used track spikes to children in his parents' native Jamaica.
Hammond, La. > Track and Field
Tate, a junior at LSU, won her fourth straight 400-meter hurdles title, at the home-hosted Alumni Gold meet, with a time of 56.31, the second fastest in the country this season. A three-time All-America in the 4 x 400-meter relay (once outdoors and twice indoors), Tate is the reigning SEC outdoor 400-meter hurdles champion.
Photo Credits: Derek Wormdahl (Moore); Courtesy of ASA/USA Softball (Freeman); Kelly McManus (WeyGandt); Brent Hugo (Dykstra); Ané Wanliss (Wanliss); Steve Franz/LSU Sports Information (Tate).