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RIVERDALE, GA. > GOLF
Stackhouse, a freshman at Stanford, shot a course- and an NCAA-record 10-under 61 at the Peg Barnard Invitational at Stanford University Golf Course to win by 10 shots and lead her team to a 14-stroke victory over 12 schools. She fired a 26 on the front nine, including two eagles and five birdies, which is one shot lower than the LPGA nine-hole record. Stackhouse was a three-time Georgia 4A champion at North Clayton High and a four-time state player of the year.
WINTER GARDEN, FLA. > WATER SKIING
Taylor, a freshman who takes online courses through Laurel Springs School, won gold in boys' jumping and overall bronze at the junior world championships last month in Mulwala, Australia. His jump of 178 feet tied his personal best; he also finished fourth in slalom and ninth in tricks for a total of 2,523.48 points, helping the U.S. win the biennial event for the third straight time. A four-time national champion, Taylor is the No. 1--ranked jumper in the world among boys 18 and under.
FREEPORT, ILL. > BASKETBALL
Sophie, a 6'1" senior forward at Aquin Catholic High, scored 33 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a 55--46 victory over Mount Pulaski High to lift the Bulldogs to their second straight Class 1A state championship. Named the state tournament MVP this year and last, when she helped Aquin win its first title, she holds 17 records in Illinois tournament finals play. Sophie averaged a double double with 20.3 points and 11.1 boards this season. She will play at Arizona State.