NASHVILLE > SWIMMING
Maclin, a senior at Montgomery Bell Academy, set a national high school record in the 100-yard butterfly in the prelims at the Tennessee state championships (46.64 seconds). He then won the final (46.72) as well as the 100 freestyle (44.84), 200-medley relay (1:30.96 to tie the state record) and 400-free relay (3:04.68), in which he anchored the final leg to help Big Red clinch the team title. Last August he won gold in the 50- and 100-meter fly and 400-meter relay at junior worlds in Peru.
OSSINING, N.Y. > BASKETBALL
Saniya, a 5'9" junior point guard at Ossining High, scored 31 points—including her 2,000th career point with a free throw that completed a four-point play—to lead the Pride to a 79--48 win over Our Lady of Lourdes High for its second straight Section 1 Class AA championship. She also had eight assists and five boards in the win, continuing the team's undefeated season, 22--0. Saniya, who averaged 33.6 points, 9.9 assists, 5.3 rebounds and 5 steals through Sunday, was named tournament MVP.
STERLING HEIGHTS, MICH. > ICE HOCKEY
Evan, a junior at Pioneer High, had a goal and three assists to lead the U.S. under-17 team to an 8--3 win over the host nation in the final of the Vlad Dzurilla under-18 tournament in Piestany, Slovakia. His tournament-best 10 points in three wins paced the U.S. to its third straight title at the event. In January he scored six goals to help the U.S. to silver at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Windsor, Ont. Last year Evan led the Detroit-area Honeybaked Midget Minors to the 16U Tier 1 national title.