Thursday December 3rd, 2015

 
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    Tren'Davian Dickson
    Navasota, Texas > Football
    Tren'Davian, a senior wide receiver at Navasota High, had one touchdown reception in a 52–16 win over Columbia High (West Columbia) to reach 73 for his career, tying the state record. Last season he set a national mark with 39 TD catches while leading the Rattlers to the Class 4A state title. Tren'Davian will play at Baylor.

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    Lauren Bouvia
    Weiser, Idaho > Soccer
    Lauren, a junior striker at Weiser High, scored three goals in a 4–1 defeat of defending champion Coeur d'Alene Charter Academy in the state 3A final. The hat trick extended her national single-season goals record to 127. Lauren scored six times in a 10–0 district title win over McCall-Donnelly High to break the previous mark of 106, set in 1989.

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    Krando Nishiba
    San Diego > Golf
    Krando, a freshman at La Jolla Country Day School, drained a 35-foot putt for birdie on the ninth hole of the PGA Junior League championships at Disney's Palm Course in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., leading the California All-Stars past Team Georgia in a playoff. He had missed a similar putt on the same par-4 hole 10 minutes earlier.

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    Ella Donaghu
    Portland > Cross-country
    Ella, a senior at Grant High, broke a 22-year old state meet course record by 8.90 seconds with a 17:26.00 finish on the Lane Community College 5K course in Eugene, winning her third straight 6A title. Ella's time of 16:46.61 at the Sundodger Invitational in Seattle in September is the seventh best in the nation this season.

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    Carter Levine
    Princeton, N.J. > Rowing
    Carter, a junior at Princeton High, set one U.S. and two world records for indoor rowing at the Caspersen Rowing Center in West Windsor, N.J. He covered 500 meters in 1:19.4 and 1,000 in 2:55.3, both world marks for ages 15 to 16. Carter also set a national age-group record for the 30-minute row, logging 8,325 meters.

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    Haddon Hughes
    Houston > Sailing
    Hughes, a freshman at Georgetown, won seven of her last eight races to take the Intercollegiate Sailing Association's single-handed national championship in Norfolk. The 2014 youth worlds silver medalist, she finished 11th in the Laser Radial class at her first ISAF World Cup event in Miami last January. Hughes is ranked 44th in the world.

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