BRAHAM, MINN. > BASKETBALL
Rebekah, a 5'9" senior guard at Braham High, scored 40 points to help the Bombers defeat Bold High (Olivia, Minn.) 79--42 in the Class 2A state quarterfinals, becoming the first girl and only the second player in Minnesota history to surpass 5,000 points. She broke the state girls' scoring record as a junior, and this season she averaged 35.6 points and was named the state's Gatorade player of the year for the second straight season. A McDonald's All-American selection, Rebekah will play at Vanderbilt.
NEW PARK, PA. > WRESTLING
Chance, a junior at Kennard-Dale High (Fawn Grove, Pa.), won his third consecutive 3A state title with a 17--5 major decision over Garrett Peppelman of Central Dauphin High in the 160-pound final. Now 125--0 in his career, he also repeated as the state's most outstanding wrestler. Chance, who won his second straight PowerAde tournament title in December, is Flowrestling's top-ranked pound-for-pound wrestler in the country and is rated No. 1 nationally in his weight class by InterMat.
RALEIGH > TRACK AND FIELD
Wesley, a senior at Ravenscroft School, set a U.S. high school mark in the 5K at indoor nationals in New York City. Trailing by more than 12 seconds with less than 1,000 meters left, she edged defending champion and previous record holder Erin Finn by .01 in 16:18.01. She also won the two-mile race in 10:12.23, the fastest time ever by a North Carolina girl. Wesley, who took the outdoor national two-mile title last year, owns the state indoor and outdoor mile records. She will run for Duke.