This is an article from the Nov. 29, 2010 issue
CIBOLO, TEXAS > Football
Malcolm, a senior running back at Byron P. Steele High, rushed for 217 yards and two scores, including a 95-yard touchdown, to help the Knights defeat Roosevelt High 33--13. As of Sunday, Brown led his district in rushing (2,079 yards on 229 carries), touchdowns (24) and total points (144), and the Knights had advanced to the third round of the playoffs in their first year as a 5A team.
BLUE BELL, PA. > Field Hockey
O'Donnell, a senior attacker at Maryland, was named tournament MVP after leading the Terps to their third straight ACC title, defeating North Carolina 5--2. Maryland went on to win the NCAA championship on Sunday. O'Donnell, a member of the U.S. national team and a three-time All America selection, led the ACC in points with 32 goals and 34 assists.
FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS > Cross-Country
Craig, a senior at Marcus High, defended his title in the 5A state meet with a time of 14:41.51, improving from last year by nearly four seconds. He set course records at five meets, including 14:55.5 in winning the Nike South Invitational for the third straight time. Last year Craig won the Nike Cross Nationals.
DENVER > Roller Derby
Hensley, a 31-year-old police officer who skates as a jammer under the name Frida Beater for the Rocky Mountain Rollergirls, scored the winning points on a power jam with 16 seconds left to help defeat defending champion Oly Rollers in the Women's Flat Track Derby Association national championship by one point, 147--146.
NORTH READING, MASS. > Football
Hartwell, a sophomore wide receiver at Williams College, had seven catches for 116 yards and one touchdown to help the Ephs to a 31--16 win in their 125th meeting with Amherst. The victory clinched the NESCAC title and gave Williams an 8--0 season. Hartwell led the conference in receiving yards (695) and set a school record for touchdowns in a season (10).
Victoria and Brittany Nutting
DIAMONDHEAD, MISS. > Volleyball
Co-captains Victoria and Brittany, seniors at Hancock High, led the Hawks to the Class III state title, avenging last year's runner-up finish to Tupelo High. Victoria led the team in kills, and Brittany led in service points and assists. Both were named all-state.
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