CHANDLER, ARIZ. > TRACK AND FIELD
Ky, a junior at Chandler High, won the Dream 100 race at the Adidas Grand Prix in New York City by .03 of a second in 11.52, against a .4 mph headwind. At the Division I state championships two weeks earlier she ran the 200 meters in 23.39 to break the Arizona record (23.60); she also won the 100 (11.45) and the shot put (45' 2 ¼") to help the Wolves earn their eighth straight title. At the Chandler City Meet in April, Ky broke a 33-year-old state mark in the shot with a heave of 47' 9".
MORAGA, CALIF. > SWIMMING
Steven, a senior at Campolindo High, won the 100-yard breaststroke at the CIF--North Coast Sectional championships in 53.39, the fastest time ever by a U.S. high school swimmer. At prelims a day earlier he tied Olympian Brendan Hansen's national public high school record (53.67). Steven also set a meet mark in the 100 butterfly (47.88) and helped set meet records in the 200 medley relay (1:30.52) and the 400 free relay (3:01.70) to lead the Cougars to a ninth straight title. He will swim at USC.
CLEMSON, S.C. > SOFTBALL
Carley, a senior righthander at D.W. Daniel High, pitched a no-hitter in the Class 3A state championship, her second no-hitter of the playoffs, for a 4--0 win over Darlington High and the Lions' first title. This season she went 24--4, averaging 2.5 strikeouts per inning with a 0.15 ERA, while batting .500 with a .767 on-base percentage. She also set a national high school career record for walks taken (157). South Carolina's Gatorade player of the year as a junior, Carley has signed to play at Stanford.
SALT LAKE CITY > TRACK AND FIELD
Ben, a senior at Park City High, won the Dream Mile at the Adidas Grand Prix in New York City, defeating the runner-up by 2.32 seconds in 4:02.72 for the top time in Utah history. At the Class 3A state meet a week before he set state marks in the 800 (1:51.13) and 1,600 (4:07.95), and in April he won the 3,200 at the Arcadia Invitational in a state-record 8:45.74. He was unbeaten at all three distances in Utah meets this season. Ben will attend Colorado.
CAZENOVIA, N.Y. > LACROSSE
Cannizzaro, a senior midfielder and co-captain at North Carolina, scored four goals and had two assists to help the Tar Heels defeat previously unbeaten Maryland 13--12 in triple overtime at the NCAA Division I championship. UNC's alltime single-season scoring leader with 83 points this year, she helped the team win its first national title and was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Last year Cannizzaro was among the final cuts for the senior national team.
HONOLULU > GOLF
Shigezawa, a junior at Claremont McKenna College shot a four-round two-under 283 at the Raven Golf Club in Destin, Fla., while competing for Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, to win the NCAA Division III title by four strokes. Top-ranked in D-III by Golfstat, he won five tournaments this spring, including the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. Shigezawa had a team-best 72.53-stroke average and was named an All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America.
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THEY SAID IT
"What do you mean?
We made four the day before."
BRUCE BOCHY, Giants manager, responding to a suggestion that the team meeting he called to address defensive lapses had no effect after San Francisco went on to make three errors.
Hits, all singles, for Brewers shortstop Jean Segura in a 14-inning 6--5 loss to the Twins. In the last 20 years the only other player with at least six hits in a defeat was Nomar Garciaparra, who went 6 for 6 in a Red Sox loss to the Phillies.
Amount paid by a California group headed by TIBCO chairman Vivek Ranadive to the Maloof family to complete the purchase of the Kings, an NBA record price.
Points this year for La Liga champion Barcelona, matching the record set in 2012 by Real Madrid.
Years that Kim Gallagher's U.S. junior record for the 800 meters stood before 17-year-old Bronxville (N.Y.) High junior Mary Cain ran 1:59.51 to finish fifth in an elite international field at the Prefontaine Classic.
Members of the Princeton class of 1998 who assembled at reunions clad in whites, toting rackets and wearing T-shirts emblazoned with the class motto 15--LOVE, setting a Guinness record for the largest gathering of people in tennis attire.
THEARON W. HENDERSON/GETTY IMAGES (BOCHY)
ALEXANDRA FENWICK (WESTBROOK)
COURTESY OF THE STUMPH FAMILY (STUMPH)
COURTESY OF THE HOOVER FAMILY (HOOVER)
ALEXANDRA FENWICK (SAAREL)
JEFFREY CAMARATI/UNC ATHLETICS (CANNIZZARO)
CSM ATHLETICS (SHIGEZAWA)