FORT WORTH > Basketball
Sturns, a senior guard at Holy Family, scored career highs in consecutive wins,with 39 points against Chestnut Hill and a school-record 51 against New YorkInstitute of Technology; he was named Eastern College Athletic ConferenceDivision II player of the week. His 26.5 points per game lead the country.
CHARLOTTE > Billiards
Fisher, 39, won her eighth Women's Professional Billiards Associationchampionship. It was her 72nd tournament win since moving to the U.S. fromEngland in 1995. She has won more titles than all her competitors combined andhas been the world's top-ranked player in 11 of the last 12 years.
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DALLAS > Soccer
Ashley, a senior forward at the Greenhill School, ended her high school careerwith 17 goals and 20 assists as she led the Hornets to the SouthwestPreparatory Conference semifinals. A member of the under-17 national team in2007, she signed to play for Duke.
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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. > Hockey
Devine, a senior goaltender at Dartmouth, made a career-high 54 saves as theBig Green upset then No. 5 UNH 5--3; he also had a win against BU and was namednational player of the week by Inside College Hockey. A unanimous first-teamAll-Ivy selection as a junior, he is second in school history with 43 wins.
MANTORVILLE, MINN. > Track and Field
Gleason, a junior at Division III Hamline, finished seventh in the 3,000 metersat the all-divisions Iowa State Open 11 months after a car ran over his legsand fractured his right tibia. (A steel rod was inserted to stabilize the leg.)His time of 8:34.45 is the best in the Minnesota Intercollegiate AthleticConference.
BOCA RATON, FLA. > Soccer
Laura, a sophomore forward at St. Andrew's School, scored 24 goals and had sixassists as the Scots went 13-3-2 and reached the regional semifinals. Lastyear, when St. Andrew's went 19-1-2 and won its first Class 3A title, she had24 goals and 10 assists and was named state tournament MVP.
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