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OMAHA > Tennis
Brooke, a graduate of Marian High, won the Class A state championships, despite playing with a broken right wrist, for her fourth straight No. 1 singles title. She was voted the girls' senior tennis athlete of the year by the National High School Coaches Association and will compete at Saint Louis University in the fall.
MILWAUKEE > Boxing
Arias, a junior at Marquette, defeated Kenton Sippio-Cook of Round Rock, Texas, 39--21, in the 165-pound final to complete a five-bout sweep at the Last Chance Qualifier in Cincinnati and to earn the final middleweight berth at the U.S. Olympic team trials. He is a two-time national champion.
LAFAYETTE, COLO. > Lacrosse
Emma, a senior midfielder at Centaurus High, compiled the highest points total in Colorado (142, on 111 goals and 31 assists) and the third most points per game in the nation (8.41) in leading the Warriors to the state semifinals for the first time in program history. She was named to U.S. Lacrosse's All-America and All-Academic teams.