MALTA, MONT. > Basketball
Fuzesy, a senior guard at Carroll College, made 51.6% of her career three-pointers (464 of 899), an NAIA record and a mark higher than that of any player, male or female, in NCAA history. She shot 55.1% from beyond the arc this season and 90.2% from the free throw line, which was second nationally in the NAIA.
LINCOLN, NEB. > Tennis
Jack, a freshman at Blue Valley North High in Overland Park, Kans., where he trains at the Mike Wolf Tennis Academy, won the boys' 16s singles title at the Easter Bowl, the U.S. Tennis Association's spring national championship. He is 31--1 in singles play this year and is ranked No. 8 nationally in his age group.
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RIVER VALE, N.J. > Hockey
Brooke, a senior forward at the North American Hockey Academy in Stowe, Vt., led the U.S. under-18 team to a gold medal at the world championships in Calgary with a team-high six goals in five games. She was player of the game in the final, a 5--2 win over Canada.
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LOWELL, MASS. > Triathlon
Brown, 22, was named USA Triathlon's under-23 triathlete of the year. A former Michigan distance runner, he won the U-23 title at the 2007 USAT national championship in Longmont, Colo., with a time of 1:48:37 (fifth-best overall), and he also had the best under-23 time at the Honolulu Continental Cup.
DALLAS > Track and Field
Rogers, 90, a retired pilot, broke world records for 90--94 year-old runners in the 800 meters and the mile at the USA Masters Indoor Track & Field Championships in Boston. His 800 time (4:19.97) bettered the old mark by nearly 31 seconds. His 9:56.58 mile beat the record by more than 1:27.
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BURTONSVILLE, MD. > Basketball
Tarik, a junior guard at Paint Branch High and Gatorade's girls' player of the year in Maryland, averaged 21.0 points, 7.6 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 4.8 steals to lead the Panthers to a Class 3A title and a 25--0 season, with an average victory margin of 29.5 points.