BELLEFONTAINE, OHIO > Softball
Schneider, a senior third baseman at Ohio Dominican, led the National
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics with 88 hits and was tied for the lead
in home runs with 19. She set 10 Panthers single-season records and was named
the American Mideast Conference South and NAIA Region IX player of the
INDIAN VALLEY, ALA. > Wrestling
Steven, a junior at Oak Mountain High, won the 112-pound division title at the
National High School Coaches Association's National Open in Virginia Beach. He
was named the open's Most Outstanding Wrestler, becoming the state's first
wrestler to earn that honor at a national tournament.
DETROIT > Track and Field
Shayla, a senior at Mumford High representing the Motor City Track Club, won
the 100-meter dash in the young women's division at the USA Youth Track and
Field Championships. She also won the 200 meters at the Division 1 Michigan
championships in 23.74 (the fastest time ever by a girl in the state) and took
her second straight state 100-meter title.
ANCHORAGE > Baseball
Austin, a seventh-grader at Central Middle School and a lefthanded pitcher for
the Greens of the City View Little League, had 17 strikeouts and went 4 for 4
at the plate in the team's 10--0 victory over the Reds to win a dual-league
tournament. He had a 0.20 ERA and 40 home runs this season.
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. > Lacrosse
Molly, a senior midfielder at St. Anne's--Belfield School, scored 95 goals, a
school single-season record for boys and girls, and had a team-high 29 assists.
She led the Saints to the state semifinals and was named All-State, All-America
and central Virginia player of the year.
LEOMINSTER, MASS. > Street Hockey
Bobby, a senior at Leominster High and a forward for the U.S. junior team, was
named the tournament MVP after the U.S. won its first international street
hockey title with a 3--2 victory over Slovakia in the fourth biannual world
junior championships in Aosta, Italy.
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