GREENBUSH, MINN. > Basketball
Kimbrough, a sophomore forward at North Dakota, led all players with 23 pointsand 10 rebounds in a 95--67 win over Nebraska-Omaha; it was her fourthconsecutive double double. She was named North Central Conference women'splayer of the week for the fourth straight time.
AGOURA HILLS, CALIF. > Gymnastics
Cohen, a senior at Penn State, won the vault and the floor exercise with acareer-high score of 9.250 at the Temple Invitational; it was his secondconsecutive all-around title. The team captain is ranked No. 1 in the nation inthe all-around and was named Big Ten gymnast of the week.
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SHAWNEE MISSION, KANS. > Football
Chase, a junior at Shawnee Mission Northwest High, finished the season with 37receptions for 600 yards and five touchdowns. He also had 15 kickoff returnsfor 500 yards (two TDs) and returned 12 punts for 260 yards. He was named tothe U.S. Army all-combine team.
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FORT LEE, VA. > Track and Field
Woods, a senior at UNC Charlotte, won the 200-meter dash with a school-recordtime of 23.65 at the Virginia Tech Invitational. She has the fastest times inthe Atlantic 10 Conference this season in the 55 (6.85), 200 (23.65) and 400meters (54.79) and is a two-time conference runner of the week.
FLORIDA, N.Y. > Basketball
Hoyt, a senior guard at Mount Saint Mary, became the first player in BlueKnights history to score 50 points in a game; 10 days earlier, he had becomethe school's first player to score 2,000 career points. He was named SkylineConference player of the week for the third consecutive time.
CARY, N.C. > Wrestling
Joey, a senior at Cary High, was named the nation's No. 1 senior 103-pounder byWrestling USA magazine. He is undefeated in 48 consecutive matches, has pinned28 opponents and has yielded only one point this season.
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