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Nathaniel Holcomb | Puyallup, Wash. | Football

Nathaniel, a senior quarterback at Puyallup High, threw an 11-man state-record 10 touchdowns in a single game in a 77--60 win over South Kitsap High. He completed 33 of 53 passes for 451 yards and hit four different receivers on his 10 scores. Through Sunday, he has 1,900 passing yards and 27 touchdown passes in four games.

Olivia Scumaci | Mount Pleasant, Wis. | Golf

Olivia, a senior at The Prairie School in Racine, aced the 133-yard, par-3 17th at Brighton Dale Links in Kansasville, pacing the defending Division 2 champs to a first-place finish at the Taylor Clark Invitational. Two days earlier she aced the 137-yard, par-3 18th at the Wanaki Golf Course (Menomonee Falls) at the Homestead Invitational.

Oliver Bihuniak | Prairie Village, Kans. | Soccer

Oliver, a senior midfielder at Shawnee Mission East, scored three goals and had two assists in three matches to lead the Lancers to their second straight Kansas-Missouri Classic title. He scored the final goal in the 3--1 title-match win over Lee's Summit North High. Oliver, who played his sophomore year in Spain, has four goals this season through Sunday.

Danielle Cuttino | Indianapolis | Volleyball

Cuttino, a 6'4" junior middle blocker at Purdue, followed her 18 kills in a 3--2 win over Stanford with 21 kills in a 3--1 victory over Cal Poly--San Luis Obispo to lead the Boilermakers with 4.33 kills per set at the Stanford Invitational. She had a .333 hitting percentage and added 0.89 blocks per set. Last season Cuttino led the team with 1.21 blocks per set.

Blake Cannon | Mesa, Ariz. | Golf

Cannon, a senior at Colorado State, shot a seven-under 203 to win the Ram Masters Invitational by four shots and lead the Rams to a third straight team title in their home event. Five days later he shot a six-under 210 to win the Tucker Intercollegiate in Albuquerque, one of college golf's oldest fall events, previously won by Johnny Miller and Tiger Woods.

Brenna Peloquin | Gig Harbor, Wash. | Cross-country

Peloquin, a sophomore at Boise State, won the Roy Griak Invitational 6K in Minneapolis in 20:49.50 to beat defending Big Ten champion Erin Finn of Michigan by 11.50 seconds—the first cross-country victory of her collegiate career. Last spring she won the Mountain West's 5K outdoor track title (16:05.99) and came in eighth at the NCAA's in the 5K and 10K.

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