PANAMA, N.Y. > Football
Joel, a junior running back at Panama Central's high school, scored on a 50-yard run and a 10-yard reception in a 31--22 win over Chautauqua Lake, a game in which he rushed for 170 yards. He also kicked all kickoffs, punts and extra points and led the Panthers on defense with 12 tackles.
October 24, 2004
SPRINGFIELD, VA. > Soccer
McCluskey, a senior forward at Duke, is tied for the Atlantic Coast Conference lead with 15 goals for the season. Over a five-game stretch she scored 10 goals and had two assists for 22 points. She has scored two or more times in four straight games and has eight game-winning goals.
EL CAJON, CALIF. > Water Polo
Ormsby, a senior attacker at UCLA, scored three times in a 10--9 overtime upset of Stanford, helping the Bruins win the NorCal tournament title. His nine goals in three wins brought his career total to 219. He leads top-ranked 12--2 UCLA with 39 goals and 79 assists.
STRATFORD, ONT. > Softball
Smith, a senior righthander at Durham College, became the winningest pitcher in the history of the Ontario Colleges Athletic Association with a three-hit shutout of Mohawk. She has a 40--2 career record and an 0.88 ERA and has led the Lords to consecutive OCAA championships.
POMPANO BEACH, FLA. > Harness Racing
Ranger, 44, drove 6-year-old pacer Six of Diamonds to victory in the fastest mile ever at Rockingham Park in Salem, N.H.: 1:49.3. He won 215 races at the track this season, breaking his own track record for wins, and he set records for second- and third-place finishes and most drives.
MEAD, WASH. > Cross-country
Smith, a sophomore at Brigham Young--Hawaii, won the individual title in the women's 6K race with a time of 21:12, helping lead the Seasiders to a 50-point victory at the Hawaii Pacific University meet. The defending NCAA Division II champion is undefeated in six races this season.
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