This is an article from the Nov. 22, 2010 issue
ST. LOUIS > Softball
Remy, a senior at Oakville High, pitched a no-hitter in the Tigers' Class 4 championship victory against Truman High, after allowing only one hit in the semifinals, to lead the team to its first state title. She has a career 66--12 record with an 0.99 ERA and 649 strikeouts in 499 innings. Remy was named all-state for the past two years.
MEMPHIS > Football
Harris, a fifth-year running back at Southeast Missouri State, rushed for a school-record 293 yards and scored three touchdowns in a victory over Southwest Baptist, to break the Redhawks' single-season rushing (1,493) and all-purpose-yardage (2,192) records. It was the team's ninth straight win and Harris's eighth 100-plus-yard game this season.
ANCHORAGE > Flag Football
Kimmy, a senior running back and middle linebacker at Dimond High, was named Cook Inlet Conference offensive player of the year and first-team defense after helping the Lynx to a second straight CIC title with a win over East Anchorage in which she rushed for 144 yards. Kimmy led the team in rushing with 2,374 yards and 21 touchdowns.
SOUTHAMPTON, PA. > Soccer
Richter, a senior at La Salle, was named Atlantic 10 offensive player of the year after scoring all the goals in the team's final two games of the regular season, wins over Xavier (3--0) and Dayton (1--0), to lead the A-10 with 14 goals and 30 points. He scored the game-winner in seven of La Salle's nine wins and was conference student-athlete of the year.
SHAKER HEIGHTS, OHIO > Field Hockey
Artman, a senior at The College of Wooster, scored her 100th career goal during the Fighting Scots' victory over Oberlin, to become the sixth D-III player to reach the milestone. Two days later she surpassed the 250-point mark with two goals and four assists against Earlham on her way to helping the team to its third straight conference title.
BLUFFTON, IND. > Football
Cameron, an all--Allen County Athletic Conference tennis player, became Bluffton High's starting quarterback in his first year on the team, and led the Tigers to a 3--1 start, their best in 16 years, and four wins, equaling their total for the past three seasons. The senior broke school records for season and single-game passing yards and was named all-conference.
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