Ashley, a pitcher and infielder, recently graduated from Whitney Young High, where she batted .659 with 77 RBIs to lead the Dolphins to the sectional semis. On the mound she went 11--2 with a 2.36 ERA. A three-time all-city selection, Ashley will play at Purdue University Northwest.
• Track and Field
• Bowling Green, Ohio
Digby, a rising junior at Mount Union, won the 400 meters (46.07) at the Division III track and field championships to lead the Raiders to the title. Born with bilateral fibular hemimelia, Digby had his legs amputated below the knee as a baby. He was fourth in the Rio Paralympics 400.
• Medford, N.J.
Barr, a rising junior attack at Gettysburg, scored a career-high five goals in an 11--9 win over Middlebury to lead the Bullets to their second straight Division III title. She scored 46 goals this season, third most on the team, and last year she had 29 points, most among Bullets freshmen.
• Grand Prairie, Texas
Sedillo, a recently graduated righthander at UT Tyler, threw a complete-game 8--1 victory over Texas Lutheran in Game 1 of the D-III championship. The Patriots won the second game to take the title, the program's first. In 16 games this season, Sedillo was 9--3 with a 2.92 ERA.
• Track and Field/Soccer
• Eatonville, Wash.
Graddy, a recent grad of Pacific Lutheran, threw the javelin 150' 3¼", breaking her school record by nearly four feet, to win the D-III national title. No other competitor came within six feet. Graddy is also a two-time conference offensive player of the year in soccer.
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