LEE'S SUMMIT, MO. > Bowling
Harbin, at 81 years and seven months, became the oldest woman to bowl asanctioned perfect game according to the U.S. Bowling Congress. Competing inthe Bill Stivers senior summer mixed league in Overland Park, Kans., Harbinfollowed her 300 with games of 235 and 244. She had bowled a perfect game oncebefore, in July 2005.
CEDAR FALLS, IOWA > Wrestling
Dlagnev, 23, won the heavyweight division gold medal for Team USA at the HeydarAliyev Golden Grand Prix in Baku, Azerbaijan. A two-time heavyweight nationalchampion at the University of Nebraska--Kearny and the 2008 Division IIwrestler of the year, Dlagnev has qualified to compete for the U.S. at theworld championships in September.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. > Fencing
Katharine, a junior at National Cathedral School, took first in the cadet(under 17) women's épée and third in the junior (under 20) women's épée at thesummer nationals. Earlier this year she won both divisions at the JuniorOlympics. She is ranked first in the nation at the cadet level and seventh atthe junior level.
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MEDFORD, N.J. > Lacrosse
LaPierre, a freshman at Virginia, was named MVP of the Under Armour All-AmericaLacrosse Classic after finishing with an event-record six points (two goals andfour assists) to lead the South team to a 19--16 win. A two-time lacrosseAll-America at Shawnee High, he also played football and in 2008 set the NewJersey single-season touchdown record (44).
BEVERLY HILLS, MICH. > Track and Field
Brittany, a sophomore at Detroit Country Day School, won the intermediatedivision discus at the USA Youth Track & Field Championships with a throwof 39.33 meters. She had previously won two shot put titles at the event. Shewill compete next at the AAU Junior Olympics, in which she has won seven goldmedals and a silver over the last four years.
ALPHARETTA, GA. > Soccer
Jack, a senior at Bradenton Prep, scored two goals in three victories for USASoccer's U-17 team at the Copa Macaé Tournament in Macaé, Brazil. In the seveninternational games he started in 2009, Jack had nine goals and three assists.A member of the U-17 team since 2007, he was player of the year on Parade's2009 All-America high school team.
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