READING, PA. > Softball
Erb, a freshman righthander at Lock Haven, pitched a two-hit shutout in a 3--0
win over Slippery Rock. She is 19-0 with 144 strikeouts and an 0.16 ERA in
129.1 innings. She was named Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference West
Division pitcher of the week three times this season.
SUTTON COLDFIELD, ENGLAND > Tennis
Cowper, a senior at Armstrong Atlantic State, led the Lady Pirates to a 25-0
record and a No. 1 national ranking this season, and she repeated as Peach Belt
Conference player of the year. She went 15-0 in singles play and is the
second-ranked singles player in the country.
DEATSVILLE, ALA. > Wheelchair Basketball
Brian, a junior at Holtville High, led his team, the Lakeshore Lakers, to a
66-40 victory over the Milwaukee Wheeling Wizards in the final of the 2006
National Wheelchair Basketball Association junior division national
championship. He was named the tournament's MVP and the championship game's
most outstanding player.
WOODBRIDGE, VA. > Gymnastics
Rhynedance, a junior at West Point, scored 9.35 to win the individual title on
the high bar at the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships. He
also became half of the Black Knights' first father-son duo to have won an
Eastern title. In 1980 George Sr. was Army's first champion in the floor
COCKEYSVILLE, MD. > Lacrosse
Vitrano, a junior midfielder at The College of William & Mary, scored three
goals in the Tribe's 16-12 win over George Mason and followed that with a
career-high six goals and three assists in a 12-6 victory over James Madison.
She was named Colonial Athletic Association women's player of the week.
MILL VALLEY, CALIF. > Cycling
Davis, 13, an eighth-grader at Mill Valley Middle School, won the 19-mile
cross-country mountain bike event in the junior beginner 14-and-under division
at the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, Calif. He had a division-best time of
1:41:07, and he plans to compete at the USA Cycling nationals this summer.
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