Meghan, a recent graduate of St. Mary Catholic Central High, fanned 16 in a 13-1 win over Napoleon for the Kestrels’ third straight Division 3 state championship. A lefty, she also threw a two-hitter with 15 K’s to beat Shepherd 1-0 in the semifinals. Meghan finished 23-1 with an 0.29 ERA and 338 strikeouts in 167 innings. She will pitch at Michigan.
Hale, a recent graduate of Williams, won the 5K at the Division III outdoor championships with a time of 14:15.38. At the NESCAC finals a month earlier he took first in the 1,500 meters [3:50.42] and the 5K [14:51.23]. Hale also won the D-III indoor title in the 3K [8:17.76]. A Full-bright scholar, he will teach in Germany.
Isabella, a rising junior at the Madison International School in Monterrey, defeated Anna Redding of North Carolina 2 and 1 to win the Women’s North & South Amateur at the Pinehurst Country Club. She is the first woman from Mexico to earn the title. Isabella has won six events this year, including the Mexican and South American amateurs.
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