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.
February 23, 2004
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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