LA HABRA, CALIF. > Golf
Cho, a senior at Southern California, won the Honda Award as the nation's topcollege women's golfer and was Pac-10 player of the year and a first-teamAll-America. She set five Trojans records, including stroke average (72.06),and tied school records for season and career tournament wins (four and five,respectively).
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FLA. > Swimming
Ryan, a fifth-grader at Palmer Catholic Academy who was competing for NorthFlorida Swimming, set a boys' 10-and-under national record in the 100-meterbackstroke (1:11.01). Last month he lowered his state age-group record in the100-meter freestyle, to 1:02.45. He holds six state 10-and-under short-courserecords.
BUENOS AIRES > Track and Field
Dahlgren, a junior at Georgia, broke her NCAA, South American and SoutheasternConference records in the hammer throw with a toss of 236'3" at the NCAAEast Regional at North Carolina A&T State. After winning SEC and NCAAindoor titles in the weight throw, she was voted the SEC indoor and outdoorwomen's field athlete of the year.
QUEENS, N.Y. > Baseball
Anthony, a junior righthander at Bayside High, pitched back-to-back perfectgames followed by a shutout for the Commodores. He led the Public SchoolAthletic League Boys' A division with seven wins and his team with a 1.33 ERA.He also led his team with a .408 batting average and 15 stolen bases.
MILWAUKEE > Track and Field
Edwards, a junior at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, won the 100- and 200-meter dashes atthe Horizon League Outdoor Championship for the second consecutive year and ledthe Panthers to their third league title. He was named the outstanding trackperformer of the meet.
FORKED ISLAND, LA. > Softball
Lanie, a freshman righthander at Kaplan High, led the Lady Pirates to a 3--1win over Teurlings and their first Louisiana Class 3A softball championship.She was 28-3-1 for the season with 281 strikeouts in 180 2/3 innings and an0.50 ERA, and was named to the Class 3A first team all-state team.
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