ALEDO, TEXAS > FOOTBALL
Johnathan, a 5'10", 202-pound senior running back at Aledo High, became Texas's alltime career scoring leader, breaking a record set in 1953, with five touchdowns in a 62--17 win over Keller Timber Creek. A week earlier he set a state record for career touchdowns with four scores in a loss to Lake Travis High. Through Sunday the Texas recruit had 160 TDs and the third alltime national scoring mark (962 points).
MULLICA HILL, N.J. > SOCCER
Sanger, a senior goalie at La Salle University, led the Explorers to 11 straight shutouts to start the season; they are the only D-I team, men or women, that hasn't allowed a goal this fall. Through Sunday she led the nation in goals-against average with a perfect .000 in just over 1,000 minutes. Her seventh clean sheet of the season, a 2--0 win over Cornell, set school records for season and career shutouts (17, now 21).
KAPKER, KENYA > CROSS-COUNTRY
Edward, a junior at St. Benedict's Prep in Newark, set a 5K course record at Holmdel Park (14:53) to win the Shore Coaches Invitational for his second straight course record to open the season. Last fall he broke course records on three New Jersey trails and finished second in the cross-country nationals. In the spring Edward broke the 5K outdoor track nationals meet record while claiming his first national title.