Brooklyn Dyce, WINNIPEG
Brooklyn, a seventh-grader at St. John's-Ravenscourt, was the
starting tailback and leading rusher for the 8-0 Crescentwood
Grizzlies, who play in a boys' league. She finished the regular
season with 831 yards on 49 carries and 14 touchdowns.
Jessie Superchi, CAMPTON, N.H.
Superchi, a senior goalie at Southern Maine, had a streak of 363
scoreless minutes over five games. So far this season she has six
shutouts, 91 saves and a 1.23 goals-against average, and has
earned four Little East Conference defensive player of the week
Earnest McNeal, ORLANDO
McNeal, a freshman running back at Mansfield University, leads
NCAA Division II in rushing (189.2 yards per game) and
all-purpose yardage (269.4). "Poohbear," as he is known, has
helped the Mountaineers to a 6-0 start, scoring 11 touchdowns.
Carly Lochala, NEW SHARON, MAINE
Carly, a junior at Mt. Blue High, finished first in USA Track &
Field's New England one-hour race walking championships with a
distance covered of 9,826 meters. She is a member of the 2003 USA
junior national race walk team.
October 19, 2003
Will Lowe, CANYON, TEXAS
Lowe, 20, tied the bareback riding world record of 94 points
aboard Sky Reach Dip and won the three-day Pace Picante ProRodeo
Challenge in Omaha. He was the 2002 Bareback Rookie of the Year.
Rusty Taylor, SAUSALITO, CALIF.
Taylor, 58, the coach at University High, won his 1,000th match
(boys' and girls' teams combined). He now has a record of
1001-175-105 and is the nation's winningest high school soccer
coach. He is a three-time National Secondary School Coach of the
Dave Hicks, HARTFORD, N.Y.
Hicks, 48, owner of a sporting goods store, won the 2003 World
Historic Long Range Rifle Championships in Bisley, England. Using
a Winchester Hi/Wall rifle from the 1890s, he shot 255 of a
possible 300 points at distances of 800, 900 and 1,000 yards.
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