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SOUTH PLAINFIELD, N.J. > WRESTLING
Anthony, a senior at South Plainfield High, defeated Gary Dinmore of Hunterdon Central 4--2 to win the 138-pound state title, becoming the first unbeaten four-time champion in New Jersey history (170--0). Tied 2--2, he scored a two-point takedown with 20 seconds left in the third period for the victory. Anthony, who has also won seven straight state youth championships, will compete at Rutgers.
GAITHERSBURG, MD. > TRACK AND FIELD
Stephanie, an eighth-grader at Shady Grove Middle School competing for the Firebirds Track Club, won the 55- and the 200-meter dashes at the national youth indoor championships in Landover, Md. She tied the national record for girls ages 13 and 14 in the 55 (7.43) and broke the age-group record in the 200 with a time of 25.70. (The previous mark was 26.19.) Stephanie also finished third in the 400.
GEORGETOWN, KY. > SWIMMING
Ubellacker, a senior at MIT, won the 50-yard free and the 100 butterfly at the NCAA Division III nationals, setting a D-III record in the fly with a finish of 47.41. He also swam the butterfly for the national champion 200 medley relay team. Named swimmer of the meet, Ubellacker is the Engineers' first male swimmer to win a national title. Last summer he competed in the 50- and the 100-meter free at the Olympic Trials.