• Water Polo
• Boca Raton, Fla.
Seth, a junior attacker at St. Andrews High, scored 11 goals in a 12--10 victory over Boca High for the district title. The co-captain finished with a team-high 113 goals. A two-time all-county selection, Seth is a member of the U.S. futures team, and also swims for St. Andrews.
• Indio, Calif.
Donny, a sophomore quarterback at Coachella Valley High, threw for 4,139 yards and 54 touchdowns to help the Mighty Arabs win the Desert Valley League title. He led all California QBs in passing yards and had two games in which he threw eight touchdown passes.
• Abia, Nigeria
Kanu, a junior forward at Southeastern University in Lakeland, Fla., set NAIA single-season records for goals (57) and points (132). The division's player of the year, she scored seven times in four games at the national championship tournament to lead the Fire to a third-place finish.
McDonald, a senior at Wisconsin, ran the 10K in 29:08.30 to win the Division I title. The school record holder in the mile (3:55.79), he is also a six-time Big Ten champion, including a title in the 8K (23:26.4) in 2018. McDonald was named the USTFCCCA athlete of the year.
• Oakville, Ont.
Steinauer, a 6-foot junior forward at Southern Connecticut, scored 33 points and grabbed 31 rebounds in a 96--48 win over Concordia (N.Y.). It was only the second 30-30 game in Division II history. Steinauer leads D-II in double doubles, with 11, and in rebounds per game, with 15.9.
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