POWDER SPRINGS,GA. > Track and Field
William, a juniorat McEachern High, set youth national and Junior Olympic records in the 110-and 400-meter hurdles (13.83 and 51.71, respectively) at the USATF NationalJunior Olympic championships. He won the same events at the USA Youth OutdoorTrack & Field Championships.
COQUITLAM, B.C.> Golf
Potter, a juniorat the University of San Francisco, shot 288 and won a sudden-death playoff atthe Moncton Golf and Country Club in Riverview, New Brunswick, to become the2006 Canadian Women's Amateur champion. She had four top five finishes for theDons last spring.
RALEIGH >Track and Field
Gabby, a seniorat Southeast Raleigh High, won a silver medal in the 100 meters and a goldmedal with the 4√ó100-meter relay team at the IAAF World Junior Championships inBeijing. At the Road to Eugene meet she anchored a U.S. team that set a worldjunior record in the 4√ó100 relay (43.29), and she won the 100-meter dash.
ANAHEIM HILLS,CALIF. > Baseball
Christian, asenior infielder at Canyon High, led the West to a 9--8 victory at the AFLACAll-American High School Baseball Classic, which features the nation's bestincoming seniors. He hit two singles, scored three runs (tying a Classicrecord), stole three bases and was named most valuable player.
Cameron, a seniorat Mountain Pointe High, set a tournament record by shooting a 17-under-par 271to win his second consecutive Big I Junior Classic at the Odessa Country Clubin Odessa, Texas. He joins Tiger Woods, Billy Andrade and David Gossett as theClassic's only two-time winners.
LAKELAND, FLA.> Weightlifting
Brittany, ajunior at George Jenkins High competing at 132 pounds, lifted 126 pounds in thebench press to win a gold medal and set an American record for 16-year-oldfemales at the 2006 AAU Junior Olympics in Virginia Beach. She is also a memberof the Eagles' boys team.
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