FOXBOROUGH, MASS. > FOOTBALL
Neville, a senior All-America kick returner and cornerback at Stonehill College, set an NCAA Division II record with his ninth career kickoff return for a touchdown in a game against Pace, and was named the Northeast-10 conference special teams player of the week. He returned the ball 88 yards for the score in a 23--20 overtime loss. As of Sunday, Neville is averaging 31.0 yards on nine kickoff returns this season. He is one kickoff-return score shy of equaling the NCAA all-divisions record.
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA. > TENNIS
Grace, a senior at the USTA's Training Center in Boca Raton, Fla., upset top-seeded Caroline Garcia of France in straight sets (7--5, 7--6) to win the junior girls' singles title at the U.S. Open in New York City, the first American and first unseeded player to do so in three years. Ranked No. 24 among world juniors entering the Open, she defeated the No. 2 player in the first round and didn't drop a single set in her six matches. In July, she was one half of the junior doubles champion team at Wimbledon.
CROPWELL, ALA. > BASS FISHING
Zeke, a freshman at Pell City High won the Alabama state Bass Anglers Sportsman Society overall youth championship, taking the title with a three-fish limit weighing a total of 6.24 pounds at Lake Wheeler in Decatur. It was his fifth major youth tournament victory in four years. In July, Zeke won his second straight Alabama Sports Festival bass-fishing title, pulling in a five-fish limit weighing 9.92 pounds. Last year, he was named the festival's athlete of the year out of 4,000 contestants in all sports.