NORWALK, CONN. > Basketball
Briana, a junior guard at King, is the Vikings' alltime leading scorer with 1,510 points through Sunday; she reached 1,000 as a sophomore. Briana had a triple double (17 points, 14 rebounds, 10 assists) in a 58--46 win over Christian Heritage and had double doubles in each of her other games this season.
CALGARY, ALBERTA > Ice Hockey
McIntosh, a sophomore goaltender at Northland, broke a 36-year-old NCAA Division III record for saves in a game when he made 95 in a 4--0 loss to Adrian, 18 more saves than the previous record. In fact, his save total was the most by a goalie at any NCAA level.
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BRENTWOOD, TENN. > Wrestling
Cameron, a junior at Brentwood High and the defending state champion at 189 pounds, was 36--0 at week's end, improving his three-year record to 115--6. He was named the season's most outstanding wrestler by the Middle Tennessee Wrestling Coaches Association.
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WHEATON, ILL. > Speedskating
Swider-Peltz, a 22-year-old member of the U.S. Speedskating team, won the all-around title at the long-track national championships in Milwaukee. She finished first in the 3,000 and 5,000 meters, and second in the 1,500. She competed but did not medal at the world championships in Hamar, Norway.
THE WOODLANDS, TEXAS > Cross-country
Reed, a senior at The Woodlands High, is the Gatorade National Boys XC Runner of the Year after winning the 5-km Nike Cross National Finals in a course-record 15:13.6. He set three additional course records and ran two sub-15-minute races during the season.
LYNN, MASS. > Ice Hockey
Katie, a sixth-grader at Pickering Middle School and a goaltender for Lynn English High, is believed to be the youngest starting goalie for a high school team. The 11-year-old had a .955 save percentage for the Lady Bulldogs (11--2). She was asked to play after the expected starter injured her knee.
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