ANDALE, KANS. > SOFTBALL
Sydnee, a senior at Andale High, pitched a no-hitter, striking out 21 of 22, and homered twice in a 7--0 win over Buhler in the first game of a doubleheader. She fanned the first 18 batters and threw out the only opponent to put the ball in play. While playing third base in the second game, she hit a two-run homer in her first at bat to help the Indians sweep, 8--1. Last year Sydnee led the team to a second straight state title with a no-hitter in the Class 4A final. Through Sunday she had an 0.32 ERA.
AMBRIDGE, PA. > BASKETBALL
Devontae, a 6'10" senior center at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Charter, closed out his high school career with 1,238 points, 1,370 rebounds and 1,020 blocks to become the first player in state history and the second in the nation to achieve a career triple quadruple. He is Pennsylvania's alltime leading shot blocker and ranks second nationally. An all-state selection for Class A, Devontae helped the Leopards reach the state final the past two seasons. He will play for Temple next year.
FESTUS, MO. > JAVELIN
Borman, a senior at Oklahoma, won the javelin at the Sun Angel Classic at Arizona State with a school-record throw of 194'11"—the farthest in the NCAA this year by 17 feet, the top American throw in the world so far this year. The defending national champion, Borman was the top collegiate finisher (seventh place) at last summer's USA Track and Field championships, with a throw of 170'7". She also holds the Sooners' program record in the discus (186'1").