• Track and Field

• East Orange, N.J.

Poole, a rising sophomore at Florida, became the third male to win both hurdling events at the U.S. junior track championships. He took the 110 meters in 13.34 and the 400 in 49.71. An All-America in the 400, Poole won bronze in the event at the 2018 SEC championships.


• Powerlifting

• Galena, Mo.

Caitlin, a rising senior at Reeds Spring High, became, at 16 years and 10½ months, the youngest person to reach 100 world records after benching 135 pounds and deadlifting 265 pounds at a meet in Harrison, Ark. She eclipsed Evan Pittman (Faces, Jan. 30, 2017), who did it by age 17.


• Golf

• Wellesley, Mass.

Michael, a rising junior at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Fla., beat Akshay Bhatia, the top-ranked junior, 1 up in the 36-hole final at the Junior Amateur at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J. He hit a 42-foot birdie putt within two feet on the final hole to help clinch the win.


• Basketball

• Columbus, Ohio

Jordan, a rising senior guard at Columbus Africentric Early College, had 12 points, nine rebounds, seven assists and six steals to lead the U.S. to a 92--40 win over France at the U-17 World Cup final in Minsk, Belarus. For Africentric, which won the Div. III state title, she averaged 18.1 points.


• Softball

• Tucson

Conway, an incoming freshman at Yale, pitched and won each of the AZ Firecrackers' seven games at the USSSA Far West National Championship. After hurling three no-hitters, the lefthander threw a one-hitter in the final, when she also drove in the game's only run.


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