DAVIS STOPS JESUIT BOYS SOCCER WIN STREAKDavis (Calif.)
held the nation's top-ranked boys soccer team, Jesuit (Carmichael, Calif.)
, to a 1-1 tie, giving coach Ashley Yudin a very nice 41st wedding anniversary present. Jesuit had won its previous 68 consecutive matches, which was the nation's longest active winning streak.
* Milestone coaching victories posted last week included No. 600 by Charlie Engle of Mt. Markham (West Winfield, N.Y.)
and Tom Brenitsky of Scotch Plains-Fanwood (Scotch Plains, N.J.)
; No. 300 by Tom Geysen of Franklin (Mass.)
; and No. 200 by Lorenzo Dibenedetto of East Boston (Mass.)
.MUGGSY BOGUES TO COACH HIGH SCHOOL TEAM
Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues has been hired as head boys basketball coach at Faith Christian Academy (Boonsboro, Md.)
. Bogues was the point guard for 1982-83 national champion Dunbar (Baltimore) and later played 14 years in the NBA at 5-foot-3.
* Sadie Edwards
, a 5-10 junior, has transferred from Mercy (Middletown, Conn.) to Nazareth (Brooklyn, N.Y.), according to the New Haven Register. She averaged 16.5 points and seven assists last year while leading Mercy to state runner-up honors in Class LL.
* Bronson Koenig
, a 6-2 junior point guard, has chosen the University of Wisconsin over North Carolina and Duke, according to the La Crosse Tribune. He averaged 17 points a game last year while leading Aquinas (La Crosse, Wis.)
to the Division 3 state title.
* Jamee Swan
has made a commitment to the University of Colorado, according to the Arizona Republic. The 6-3 standout averaged 19.6 points and 13.4 rebounds as a junior for Marana (Tucson, Ariz.)
* The Star Tribune reports that 6-2 senior Jackie Johnson
of Eden Prairie (Minn.)
will attend the University of Minnesota. The 6-2 senior averaged 14.2 points last year.Continue reading for more sports