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BASALT, COLO. > TRACK AND FIELD
Del Piccolo, a sophomore at Williams, ran the 5,000 meters in 16:57.98 at the first indoor meet of the season, to earn an NCAA Division III indoor-championship automatic qualifying time. Three weeks earlier she topped 276 runners to win the D-III national cross-country championship and cap off a fall season in which she also won the NESCAC and New England Regional titles and was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association's female cross-country runner of the year.
BALTIMORE > BASKETBALL
Aquille, a 5'7" junior guard at Patterson High, scored 19 points in an 85--76 win over Price High (Los Angeles) to earn MVP honors in the feature game of the Brandon Jennings Invitational in Milwaukee. Last season he scored 31.7 points per game in leading the Clippers to their first city championship since 1976 and first regional title, and was named The Sun's All-Metro player of the year and MaxPreps' national sophomore of the year. This season he is averaging 22.9 points through Sunday.
GREENVILLE, PA. > EQUESTRIAN
Eichstadt, a third-year student at the University of Findlay, College of Pharmacy, was named the All-Around Amateur at the American Quarter Horse Association's world championship show at the Oklahoma City state fairgrounds. She bested a field of 63, earning 39 points while competing in three classes with Its My Lucky Detail, a 10-year-old bay gelding. The pair won the reserve champion title in equitation over fences and placed third in working hunter and hunter hack.
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