• Little Rock
Hill, a 5'7" senior guard at Grambling State, had 21 points, 16 rebounds, 13 assists and 10 steals in a 77--57 win over Arkansas--Pine Bluff to become the first Division I player, man or woman, with two quadruple doubles. She is averaging 19.2 points, 7.9 boards, 6.1 assists and 4.5 steals.
• Truckee, Calif.
Dvoracek, a junior at Utah, won his third NCAA downhill race of the season, finishing the giant slalom at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier. Dvoracek has also taken the giant slalom at the Montana State Invitational and at another RMISA Alpine Qualifier in Nederland, Colo.
• Overland Park, Kans.
Kayley, a 5'11" senior outside hitter at Blue Valley North High, set school records for hitting attempts (3,880) and kills (1,571) in a career. Named first-team all-state in Class 6A, she is also a four-year starter at center in basketball and has a 4.48 GPA. Kayley will play volleyball at Tulsa.
• Track and Field
• Galloway, Ohio
Grace, a senior weight thrower at Division II Tiffin (Ohio) University, won three straight events: the Dragon Open (19.77 meters), the Pittsburg State Invitational (20.30) and the Hillsdale Wide-Track Classic (20.67). He finished ninth at the 2017 NCAA tournament and was named All-America.
• Naperville, Ill.
Granato, a senior forward at Elmira (N.Y.)College, scored three times in a 4--1 win over Plattsburgh State, her third hat trick through 23 games. She ranks second in Division III in goals (24) and points (40). The first cousin once removed of Tony and Cammi Granato, Katie netted 22 goals last season.
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