This is an article from the May 3, 2010 issue
TROTWOOD, OHIO > Track and Field
William, a senior at Trotwood-Madison High, won the 400 meters (48.85) for the third year in a row and the 200 (21.61) at the Volunteer Track Classic in Knoxville, Tenn. He has run on four state champion relay teams, including the 4 √ó 400 squad that set an Ohio record (3:13.32) in '09, and anchored the winning 4 √ó 400 and 4 √ó 200 teams at the Nike indoor nationals in March.
UTICA, ILL. > Softball
Bunzell, a junior at Quincy, was 8--0 with an 0.14 ERA and 94 strikeouts in 49 innings pitched over a two-week period, including a perfect game against St. Joseph's and a no-hitter against Drury. She was named the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Division II pitcher of the week and twice earned Great Lakes Valley Conference pitcher of the week honors.
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DALLAS > Soccer
Ryan, a senior goalie at Jesuit College Preparatory School, shut out Houston's Strake Jesuit through two overtime periods and a shootout to lead the Rangers to a 1--0 victory in the state Class 5A title game, the first time a private school has won a University Interscholastic League title in its 100-year history. Ryan was named the game's MVP.
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FALLSTON, MD. > Polo
Asdourian, a sophomore at Kentucky, scored nine times in a 15--14 win over Texas A&M to lead the Wildcats to the National Intercollegiate Championship and earn a spot on the tournament all-star team. Before arriving in Lexington, Asdourian won three U.S. Polo Association Women's National Interscholastic Championships with the Maryland Polo team.
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA > Wrestling
Cassandra, an eighth-grader at Peet Junior High, won the 105-pound class in the middle school division at the U.S. Girls' Wrestling Association national championships on April 4. The week before, she won at 103 pounds in the 6th- to 8th-grade division at the Girls Folkstyle Nationals. She was Iowa's 105-pound middle school champion in 2010 and 111-pound titlist in '09.
CONCORD, OHIO > Ice Hockey
Conway, a freshman goalie at Saint Mary's in Halifax, Nova Scotia, made 38 saves in a 3--2 overtime victory over Alberta to help the Huskies win their first Canadian University Cup title. He was named to the all-tournament team after allowing just four goals in three games. Conway led the Huskies to an 11--1 postseason record.
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