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ST. LOUIS > Basketball
Brad, a senior guard at Chaminade College Preparatory School, scored 19 points to help Team USA beat Poland 111--80 in the gold medal game of the FIBA U17 world championship in Germany and finish 8--0. He was named tournament MVP after averaging a team-high 18.3 points a game and shooting 31 of 65 from three-point range.
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DANVILLE, CALIF. > Water Polo
Maggie, a senior attacker at Monte Vista High, scored the winning penalty shot for the U.S. women's national team in a 12--11 win over Australia in the title match of the FINA World League Super Final. The team's youngest player, she had five goals in six games. In 2009 Maggie led Monte Vista with 120 goals, helping the Mustangs to California's North Coast Section title.
PETOSKEY, MICH. > Golf
Garber, a freshman at Michigan, shot a three-day total of 210 to finish six under and win the Coca-Cola Junior Championship, an AJGA event, by four. Two weeks earlier he became the third-youngest player to win the Michigan Amateur Championship. At Petoskey High, Garber won the state Division 2 title and was named Michigan's Mr. Golf for the second straight year.