• Chino Hills, Calif.
Sodemann, a junior at the Coast Guard Academy, took the 50-(26.37) and the 100-yard (56.30) breast and the 200 individual medley (1:58.53) to lead the Bears to the CT Cup title in Middletown, Conn. Last season he was an All-America in the breaststroke.
• Bismarck, N.D.
Britta, a senior forward at St. Mary's Central High, netted two goals and had two assists to lead Team USA past Sweden 9--3 in the gold medal game at the U-18 world championship in Dmitrov, Russia. She also scored twice in a 5--3 preliminary round win over Russia. Britta will play at Wisconsin.
• St. Louis
Carte'Are, a 6'9" senior forward at Webster Groves High, had 31 points, 11 rebounds and seven blocks in a 90--75 win over nationally ranked Mount Vernon (N.Y.) at the Hoophall Classic in Springfield, Mass. Through 16 games he was averaging 18.6 points and 8.7 boards.
• Schererville, Ind.
Belzeski, a senior at Nebraska, rolled a 1,169 over five games for the high score at the Mid-Winter Invitational in Jonesboro, Ark. At the 2017 NCAA championship she had the highest average—217.6 in seven games—and led the Huskers to a second-place finish.
• Tamarac, Fla.
Jillian, a sophomore at American Heritage School in Plantation, shot an even-par 144 to take the Class 2A state title at Howey-in-the-Hills. She led the county in scoring average (71.0) and in most rounds under par (eight). Jillian also won the SFPGA champions tournament with a six-under 138.
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