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UPPER MARLBORO, MD. > TRACK AND FIELD
Dondre, a recent graduate of Potomac High, finished first in the 110- (13.59 seconds) and 300-meter hurdles (36.26) and ran a leg in the winning 4 × 100 relay (41.08), setting state records in each event, to help the Wolverines win the 3A title. Last month, he won the 110 hurdles at the USA Track & Field juniors (13.56) to qualify for the world juniors in Barcelona, where he was the top American finisher, placing sixth (13.71). He will compete at South Carolina.
VENETIA, PA. > TENNIS
Anna, who will be an eighth-grader at Peters Township Middle School, became the youngest player, at age 13, to win a title at the National Collegiate Clay Court Championships/West Penn Amateur, the nation's oldest continuously contested amateur tournament in Mt. Lebanon. She defeated Sarah Shashura, an incoming Duquesne recruit, 6--0, 6--0 for the women's singles crown. In the USTA's Middle States region, Anna is ranked third among 18-and-under girls.
OAKLAND, MAINE > BASEBALL, ICE HOCKEY, FOOTBALL
Sam, a senior shortstop at Messalonskee High and a John Winkin Award finalist for Maine's best player, batted .475 and slugged .729 this season, leading the Eagles to a 6--3 win over Scarborough for the Class A state championship. He also scored a school-record 48 goals to lift Messalonskee to its first state title game in hockey, and led the football team to the semis with 1,786 all-purpose yards, 27 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Sam was named conference player of the year in all three sports.