• Colchester, Vt.
Riley, a senior righthander at Colchester High, struck out 18 and walked just one in a six-inning no-hitter against Burlington High. She also hit two three-run homers in the 15--0 win. A month earlier Riley threw a perfect game to beat Burlington 16-0, while fanning 14.
• Norfolk, Va.
Peccie, a sophomore at Washington and Lee, defeated Logan Young of Concordia in a three-hole playoff to take the Division III title. A first-team All-America, Peccie made three pars after finishing three under for 72 holes. His win helped the Generals finish second in the team event.
• Track and Field
• Pleasant Hill, Iowa
Sydney, a senior at Southeast Polk High, won the 100-, 200-, 400- and 800-meter races at the 4A championship, the first sweep of those four events in state history. Her victories in the 100 (11.49), 200 (23.68) and 400 (52.90) were state records. Sydney will run at Iowa State.
• Bass Fishing
• Adrian, Mich.
Borton, 35, the coach at Adrian College, led the Bulldogs to a win at the 266-boat Carhartt Bassmaster College Series Southern Tour in Florence, Ala. They caught a school-record 58 pounds, 11 ounces. In the program's four years, Borton has led the team to two No. 1 rankings.
• Watertown, N.Y.
Fazio, a junior attack at Le Moyne, had six goals and an assist in a 16--11 win over Florida Southern for the Division II championship. It was the team's first title and she was named the game's Most Outstanding Player. In 23 games Fazio scored 78 goals, tying for sixth in D-II.
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