Kate Richardson, COQUITLAM, B.C.
Richardson, a sophomore at UCLA, won the all-around after scoring
two 10s (beam and floor exercise) to lead the Bruins to a
three-school-meet win and earn her second Pac-10 gymnast of the
week honor this season. She leads Division I in the all-around.
John Shuster, CHISHOLM, MINN.
Shuster, a junior at the University of Minnesota-Duluth, led the
Minnesota curling team to a 7-5 victory in the championship match
of the 2004 USA Curling Junior Nationals in Centerville, Wis. He
is also on the men's national championship team.
Stephanie White, BEDFORD, N.H.
Stephanie, a freshman at Manchester West High, beat defending
champion Danielle Haluman by 10 seconds to win the junior (10-14
age division) women's National Cyclocross Bicycling Championships
in Portland, Ore.
Artavius Fisher, KINGSTON, N.Y.
Artavius, a senior guard at Kingston High, scored 61 points to
set his school's single-game scoring record in an 88-76 win over
Albany High. He ranks second in the state for career
three-pointers (305) and second in Section IX for career points
Christine Capuano, STONEHAM, MASS.
Capuano, a freshman goalie at Dartmouth, made 32 saves to lead
the top-ranked Big Green to a 3-2 victory over Minnesota--her
seventh straight win and her fourth over a Top 10 team. She has
been an East Coast Athletic Conference rookie and goalie of the
Alex Tsirtsis, GRIFFITH, IND.
Alex, a senior at Griffith High, broke the national high school
record for consecutive victories with his 221st, at the Hobart
Invitational on Jan. 24. The three-time state champion is ranked
No. 2 in the nation at 140 pounds by Amateur Wrestling News.
Diana Soundingsides, ETHETE, WYO.
Diana, a sophomore guard at Wyoming Indian High, made 14 of 16
three-pointers and was 18 of 21 from the field overall to score
55 points in a 111-44 victory over Big Piney. She set a school
record (male or female) for three-pointers and points in a game.
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