Anthony Sidney, FULTON, MO.
Anthony, a senior halfback and cornerback at Fulton High, scored
four touchdowns in a span of 3:51 during the second quarter of a
43--0 win over the School of the Osage. He scored on a blocked
punt return, an interception return, a run and a screen pass.
Jeff Soo, CHAPEL HILL, N.C.
Soo, 38, won the singles and doubles titles at the U.S. Croquet
Association National Championships in West Palm Beach, Fla. This
was Soo's second title in singles and his fourth in doubles, all
with partner Paul Scott of Raleigh.
Lindsay Sheppard, WILLIAMSBURG, VA.
Sheppard, 22, of Christopher Newport University, was named Dixie
Conference coach of the year, a season after having been named
the conference's player of the year. This year she led the Lady
Captains (24--8) to regular-season and conference-tournament
Missy Buttry, SHENANDOAH, IOWA
Buttry, a sophomore at Wartburg College, won the Iowa
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship 5,000-meter race
in 16:35, breaking the conference record by 49 seconds. She led
the Knights to their second conference title in a row.
November 25, 2002
Mike Brown, CALGARY, ALBERTA
Brown, a sophomore goaltender at Ferris State, in Michigan, was
named Central Collegiate Hockey Association defensive player of
the week for four consecutive weeks, a first. He opened the
season with a 710 record and a .957 save percentage.
Kaycie Zimmerman, OREM, UTAH
Kaycie, a senior at Mountain View High, stopped a penalty kick
with nine minutes remaining to preserve a 1--0 victory in the 4A
state title game against Mountain Crest. The win was the Bruins'
40th straight and gave them their third consecutive state title.
Haven Wynne, NAHANT, MASS.
Wynne, a Merrimack College junior, had a 14--0 record as she led
the Warriors to their second straight Northeast-10 Conference
tournament title. The conference player of the year, Wynne has
won 29 straight singles matches and 53 consecutive sets.