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ITHACA, N.Y. > WRESTLING
Dake, a senior at Cornell and ranked No. 1 in the country at 165 pounds, defeated second-ranked David Taylor of Penn State 3--2 in the final of the Southern Scuffle in Chattanooga, becoming the second wrestler in tournament history to win four straight titles. Last year Dake became the first NCAA wrestler to win national championships in three different weight classes: He took the title at 141 pounds as a freshman, at 149 pounds as a sophomore and at 157 pounds as a junior.
AU GRES, MICH. > BASKETBALL
Cassidy, a 6'3" freshman center and power forward at Au Gres--Sims High, had 17 defensive and 14 offensive rebounds for a personal-best 31 boards in a 47--46 victory over Mio--Au Sable High. She also scored 23 points, blocked 10 shots and had five assists in the win. Cassidy, one of two freshmen named to the state preseason top 100 players list by the Detroit Free Press, leads Michigan in total rebounds (179) and is averaging a triple double with 22.7 points, 16.3 boards and 11.6 blocks for the Wolverines.
JAMUL, CALIF. > HANDBALL
Bidegain, a 2011 graduate of Steele Canyon High now training to be an EMT, swept the boys' 19-and-under age group at the U.S. Handball Association's junior national four-wall championships in Chicago. He won the singles title with a 21--15, 21--11 victory over Conor McElduff of Omagh, Ireland, then teamed with John Audet of Niagara Falls, Ont., to defeat Hector Facio Jr. (Kansas City, Kan.) and Alejandro Ibarra Jr. (Golden, Colo.) 13--21, 21--5, 11--0, for his second straight U-19 doubles crown.