Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Sports

Pavin Parrish Named Gatorade Player of the Year as Best Basketball Player in Vermont

Pavin Parrish, a senior from Rochester High School, has been named Gatorade’s Basketball Player of the Year for Vermont. Rochester High School’s Parrish stands at 5-foot-10 and 160-punds and averaged 31.0 points, 14.5 rebounds, 8.6 assists and 5.2 steals per game. Parrish lead his team to a winning season with a record of 20-3 in Division IV. Parrish finished his …

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New Jersey’s St. Joseph High School Senior Karl Towns Named Basketball Player of the Year

Karl Towns, a senior from St. Joseph High School, has been named Gatorade’s Basketball Player of the Year for New Jersey. Towns is a 7’1″ basketball phenom and is widely considered one of the top high school players in the country. Next year, Towns plans on playing basketball for the University of Kentucky, one of the nation’s most prestigious college …

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2014 Triton-Asics Invitational Track & Field Meet Brought Thousands of Participants and Spectators

High schools from all over Orange County, San Diego and even Canada brought excitement, great competition and a few new records to post in the books at the 2014 Triton-Asics Invitation Track & Field Meet. More than 25 schools were represented at this year’s 9th annual event. San Clemente’s Kelsey Benoit broke an event record in the shot put with …

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Seven National Records Go Down at New Balance Nationals 2014

More than 4,000 athletes competed at this year’s New Balance Nationals Indoor track and field meet. Seven national records were shattered during the three-day event, the most ever recorded in a single meet in American track and field history. Day One Girls 5,000 Meter Run: Tessa Barrett (16:11.85) Day Two Girl’s 4×55 Meter Shuttle Hurdle 5 Flights: Hoover High School (31.35) Boy’s …

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SCHS Surf Team Claims Sixth Straight NSSA State Championship

The San Clemente High Surf Team captured its sixth state title this past weekend at the National Scholastic Surfing Association’s Interscholastic Surfing Championships. The Tritons were led by sophomore Connor Dand, who claimed his first major title in the High School Varsity Mens division. Contributors to the team’s win included Kei Kobayashi, who placed second in Varsity Mens, Andy Nieblas, …

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Wyoming All-State Basketball Players Named

The Wyoming Coaches Association has named the 2013-2014 All-State Basketball List. Class 2A: Colton Richter – Sr Moorcroft Colter Carzoli – Sr Big Horn Travis Romsa – Sr Burns (Two Time All State) Hunter Dockery – Sr Lusk (Two Time All State) Denton Shaw – Jr Lusk Scott Gross – Jr Pine Bluffs Hunter Thompson – Fr Pine Bluffs Kason …

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Mary Cain Breaks Her Own World Indoor Junior Record in 1,000 Meters

At just 17, Mary Cain is setting a name for herself.
 The Bronxville, NY, senior won the 1,000 meters at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Roxbury Crossing, MA, in 2 minutes, 35.80 seconds to break broke her own world indoor junior record. Cain set the previous mark of 2:39.25 in her second meet as a pro. Cain is …

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2013 All Nebraska Volleyball Team Announced

The 2013 All Nebraska Volleyball Team has been announced. Here is the First Team lineup: Sydney O’Shaughnessy (Omaha Marian) – O’Shaughnessy dished out 1,164 assists and had 134 kills Marysa Wilkinson (Lincoln Southwest) – The 6-foot Creighton recruit had 504 kills and led the Silver Hawks back to the state tourney for 10th time Olivia Boender (Waverly) – the 6-foot-2 …

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Lynden Lyncs Girls Basketball Takes Home Washington State Championship

The Lyncs finished the season with a record of 25-2 after defeating Kings 55-40 in the Class 1A state championship game. This was the school’s 10th Championship and its first since 2008. In 2011, the Lyncs lost the State championship game to state rival, Freeman hHigh School.

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Tyler Berger Wins Fourth Individual Oregon State Championship

Tyler Berger of Crook County High School became the 27th wrestler to win four individual Oregon state titles. Berger, who will wrestle collegiately for Nebraska starting next year, finished the season with a record of 46-0 and lost only three times in his high school career. After winning his first three titles with 5A Hermiston, Berger transferred to Crook County …

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