TORONTO > Basketball
Alwayne, a sophomore guard at Eastern Commerce Collegiate Institute and a member of Team Ontario, averaged 16 points, four steals and three assists in the five-game tournament as he led his team to the Canadian Midget Basketball Championship. He was selected tournament MVP.
September 25, 2005
LAKEWOOD, COLO. > Soccer
Angeli, a sophomore midfielder at Santa Clara, scored both goals in a 2-1 win over top-ranked Notre Dame and had a game-winning assist in a 1-0 victory over Fullerton. She was named Soccer America national player of the week and West Coast Conference player of the week.
BELLEVUE, WASH. > Football
JD, a junior receiver-cornerback-kicker at Interlake High, scored two touchdowns (a 98-yard interception return and a 23-yard reception) and kicked a 25-yard field goal and four extra points in the Saints' 37-26 win over Squalicum. He also had a second interception and caused a fumble.
SHOEMAKERSVILLE, PA. > Field Hockey
Bashore, a senior midfielder at Indiana, scored a hat trick, the first of her career, in a 6-0 win over Pacific. She leads the Hoosiers with four goals and 19 points for the season and recently became the first Indiana field hockey player to be named to the U.S. national team.
NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. > Soccer
Espinoza, a freshman forward at New Jersey City University, scored five goals in three games, including two game-winners, to lead the Gothic Knights to the Liberty Cup championship. He was named tournament MVP and New Jersey Athletic Conference rookie of the week.
CAMERON PARK, CALIF. > Harness Racing
Beauchamp, 21, drove Theoras Fella, a 13-year-old pacer, to a 2 1/4-length victory at the California State Fair at Cal Expo. The race was her first drive and the first victory by a female driver in the 152-year history of the state fair. She is also an assistant trainer of Theoras Fella.
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