SILENTO (CHAUNCEY) SAYLES
PATTISON, MISS. > BASEBALL
Silento, a senior shortstop at Port Gibson High, stole seven bases in his final game, a 10--0 victory over Jefferson County, to finish with 103 steals this season and break the national record (96). He also set a national mark for steals in a game with 12 this year. A .541 batter, he swiped 3.4 bases per game for the Blue Waves, stole home six times and was thrown out only once. Silento will play at Chipola College (Marianna, Fla.).
PLAYA VISTA, CALIF. > TRACK AND FIELD
Courtney, a freshman at Harvard-Westlake (Studio City), leaped 20'11" to set a national freshman mark and a meet record at the Mount San Antonio College Relays in Walnut, Calif. The previous freshmanrecord, 20' 7¼", was set in 1979. Courtney, the national outdoor leader for all ages this season, also won the long jump at the Arcadia Invitational in April, with a leap of 20' 2¼", and the Junior Olympics title last July, with a jump of 19' 11½", setting an under-14 record.
MADEIRA, OHIO > BASEBALL
Andrew, a senior centerfielder at Madeira High, scored three times in a 16--1 rout of St. Bernard to set a state record with his 174th run. The lefthanded leadoff batter had a .556 average at week's end for the 15--4 Mustangs and was four hits from tying the Ohio career mark (200). A 5'10" guard who holds the school basketball scoring record (1,752 points), Andrew was named the Division III state player of the year in 2012 for both sports. He will play baseball at Arkansas.
TOMS RIVER, N.J. > SOFTBALL
Jordan, a senior righthander at Toms River East High, fanned all 21 batters she faced in a 9--0 win over Manchester High in the Ocean County Tournament to become the first pitcher in the event's 33-year history to throw a perfect game while whiffing every batter. She followed that up with a one-hit, 6--0 victory over Brick Memorial, striking out 15. Through Sunday, Jordan had 193 K's to go with a 0.65 ERA. She will pitch for Boston College.
LUBBOCK, TEXAS > TRACK AND FIELD
Davis, a 6'3", 225-pound junior at McMurry University in Abilene, Texas, broke his own school shot put record by 3½ feet with a throw of 67' 4¼" at the Heartland/McMurry Invitational, the top collegiate mark this season. His heave earned him automatic entry into the U.S. championships in June. Davis won the NCAA Division III shot put title last season to help McMurry, which is in its first year of transitioning to Division II, earn the D-III championship.
TYLER, TEXAS > GYMNASTICS
Johnson, a junior at Florida, won the uneven parallel bars (9.950) and came in second in the vault (9.900) at the Division I team championships to lead the Gators to their first national title, 197.575--197.375 over Oklahoma. The next day she finished first in the bars once again for the individual title (9.9125). Johnson, who suffered a lower-back stress fracture earlier this season, sat out eight meets before returning to help Florida advance at regionals last month.
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Positions in the NFL draft for Alabama cornerback Dee Milliner (Jets), guard Chance Warmack (Titans) and tackle D.J. Fluker (Chargers), making 'Bama the first school with three straight first-round picks in the common draft.
Consecutive games during a 14-game hitting streak in which Phillies third baseman Michael Young got just one hit, a single; it's the longest single-single streak of the modern era.
Career winnings of Storm Cat, whose racing career lasted from 1985 to '87 and who died last week at 30.
Total winnings of Storm Cat's 1,452 foals, 1,110 of which became starters—including 807 winners and eight champions—making him one of the most successful stud horses in history.
Size, in square feet, of the tent erected for the reception at Michael Jordan's marriage to Yvette Prieto last Saturday in Palm Beach, Fla., reportedly the largest wedding tent ever.
Wookiee of the Year
The Toledo Mud Hens, the Tigers' Triple A farm team, will wear Chewbacca-inspired uniforms for a pair of games against the Charlotte Knights this weekend. (That's May 4 and 5, of course, allowing the club to promote the dates as May the Fourth Be with You and Revenge of the Fifth.) The jerseys will then be auctioned off for charity—with luck, to buyers far, far away.
COURTESY OF THE TOLEDO MUD HENS (JERSEY)
THE CLARION-LEDGER (SAYLES)
NATHANSON'S PHOTOGRAPHY (CORRIN)
SUE WERNER/TOMS RIVER EAST HIGH SCHOOL (WEED)
MCMURRY SPORTS INFORMATION (DAVIS)
RAY CARSON/UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA (JOHNSON)