CORYDON, IND. > Powerlifting
Tuchscherer, a cadet 1st class at the Air Force Academy, took first place inthe 275-pound weight class at the International Powerlifting Federation'sjunior men's world championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. He bench-pressed 585pounds, squatted 775, deadlifted 751 and was honored as a Champion ofChampions.
KEENE, N.H. > Cross-country and Soccer
Lucey, a senior at Keene State, won the Keene State Invitational and, laterthat afternoon as a striker, scored a goal in the Owls' 3--2 soccer win. Shewas named Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III women's runner ofthe week after setting a personal-best time (17:36) at the New EnglandChampionships.
EDMONDS, WASH. > Football
Kyle, a junior quarterback at Edmonds-Woodway High, was named Seattle TimesClass 4A state athlete of the week after completing 13 of 15 passes for 306yards and four touchdowns in a 56--7 win over Mountlake Terrace. He has led theWarriors to a 7--0 start with 1,338 passing yards and 20 touchdowns so far thisseason.
GUADALAJARA, MEXICO > Field Hockey
Campos, a senior forward at the University of the Pacific, scored all of herteam's goals in a 5--1 win over Davidson to give the Tigers their thirdconsecutive NorPac Conference victory. She leads her 10--6 team in goals (29)and points (65) for the season; both total are school records.
FONTANA, CALIF. > Soccer
Edu, a junior midfielder at Maryland, scored his first two goals of the season,both of them game-winners, and was named Soccer America player of the week. Hescored in the 61st minute to give the Terps a 1--0 win over Loyola and threedays later led the team to a 1--0 victory over Duke.
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