Gable Dan Steveson | Apple Valley, Minn. | Wrestling
This is an article from the Sept. 28, 2015 issue
Gable, a sophomore at Apple Valley High, defeated Khasanboy Rakhimov of Uzbekistan 9--0 to win the 220-pound freestyle gold medal at the cadet world championships in Sarajevo, Bosnia. In February he took the 3A state title at 220 pounds with a pin in the final match of the tournament, lifting the Eagles to a 10th straight title.
Mary Pozzi | Salinas, Calif. | Auto Racing
Pozzi, 59, drove a 1973 Chevy Camaro to win the classic American muscle traditional class at the Sports Car Club of America's Tire Rack Solo Nationals in Lincoln, Neb. The fourth woman to win an open class title in the competition's 43-year history, she was the fastest in both runs, finishing .653 of a second ahead of two-time Indy 500 winner Al Unser Jr.
Teagan Stephenson | Urbana, Md. | Golf
Teagan, a senior at Urbana High, shot a personal-best six-under 65 to lead the Hawks to a school-record 10-under 274 at Black Rock Golf Course in Hagerstown, for an eighth straight District I Class 3A-4A championship. In 2014, Teagan tied for first in the Capital Area Golf Tour's National Capital Junior Masters.
Alexa Hoover | Collegeville, Pa. | Field Hockey
Hoover, a sophomore attacker at Penn, scored five goals in a 7--3 win over Saint Joseph's to break a 36-year-old school record. Through Sunday she led the nation in goals per game (2.50) and points (5.50). Hoover was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2014, when she had a league-high 14 goals and a team-high 31 points.
Mike Coven | Duxbury, Mass. | Soccer
Coven, 68, in his 43rd year at the helm of the men's soccer program at Division III Brandeis, guided the Judges to a 1--0 double-overtime win over Babson College for his 500th victory. The second-longest-tenured active coach in NCAA men's soccer, he is the 11th to reach the milestone. Coven had a 501-258-52 record at week's end.
Ali Morallos | Lakewood, Calif. | Golf
Ali, a junior at Wilson High in Long Beach, shot a one-under 37 to earn medalist honors in a 226--227 win over Huntington Beach High at Recreation Park Golf Course. The Bruins' low finisher in 11 of 12 matches this season, Ali fired a three-under 69 in the final round to win the AJGA title at Stonehenge Golf Club in Winona Lake, Ind., in July.
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