FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS > Soccer
Rake, a sophomore goalkeeper at William and Mary, had 10 saves (matching his career high) and shut out the nation's highest-scoring team as the Tribe upset No. 1-ranked Maryland 1-0 in double overtime. He was named to the College Soccer News National Team of the Week.
SAINT JOSEPH, MO. > Softball
Jennifer, a senior pitcher at Bishop LeBlond High, has started and finished all 20 games for the 18-2 Golden Eagles. In 134 2/3 innings the righthander allowed two earned runs and struck out 268 batters. She has an 0.13 ERA and has thrown four no-hitters, two of them perfect games.
OSHAWA, ONT. > Volleyball
Gordon, a senior outside hitter at Ohio State, tops the NCAA's Division I in kills per game and has double-figure kills in 90 straight matches. She was named the Division I national player of the week after leading the undefeated Buckeyes to wins over Xavier and Georgia Tech.
HARRISON, N.Y. > Golf
Kevin, 16, a junior at Iona Prep, became the youngest winner ever of the men's club championship at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, N.Y. He also won the junior club championship and became the first player to win both tournaments in the same year.
October 10, 2004
GAINESVILLE, FLA. > Cross-country
White, a junior at the Savannah College of Art and Design, won the women's 5K individual title and led the Bees to their first win of the season at the Citadel Invitational. She set the 5K school record with a time of 18:01: It was the fourth time in as many weeks that she has lowered the mark.
SAVANNAH > Football
Isaac, a senior wingback and returner at Johnson High, ran back a kickoff 85 yards for a touchdown in the first half of a game against Savannah High and began the second half with another touchdown, a kickoff return for 80 yards. He had 279 yards in returns in a 32-31 win.
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