Fox Baldwin breaks brother's national record for career pins

Fox Baldwin breaks brother's national record for career pins


Fox Baldwin breaks brother's national record for career pins


Fox Baldwin may have learned something from his older brother.

Baldwin, a junior wrestler for Osceola (Kissimmee, Fla.), set a national record Wednesday night with his 48-second pin of University (Orange City) wrestler
Sean Iglesias. Baldwin has 243  forcareer pins, one more than the previous national record, set by his brother Pete in 2011.

Fox Baldwin, who wrestles at 152 pounds, is 33-0 this season with 32 pins.

Baldwin leads the American Family Insurance ALL-USA Performances of the Week. The rest of the top performances:

Brooke Atwell, gymnastics, Heritage, Vancouver, Wash.
Won on all four apparatus, scoring 9.6 on the floor with a 36.4 in the all-around, in a meet with Mountain View (Vancouver).

Taylor Bland, girls basketball, Madison, Ohio
Senior forward, who is headed to Cleveland State next season, scored 29 points in a 68-47 defeat of West Geagua (Chesterland) on Tuesday.

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Adiya Henderson, girls basketball, Tamarac, Troy, N.Y.
Senior center had 32 points, 16 rebounds and 11 blocked shots in 20 minutes in a 66-12 defeat of Cambridge.

Josh Jackson, boys basketball, Consortium, Detroit
Sophomore guard had 39 points and 26 rebounds in an 87-70 defeat of Detroit Country Day (Beverly Hills) on Tuesday.

Luke Kennard, boys basketball, Franklin, Ohio
Junior guard had 46 points in a 73-62 defeat of Oakwood (Dayton) and 37 points in a 71-53 defeat of Monroe.

Mike Magaldo, wrestling, Watchung Hills, Warren, N.J.
Senior won his fourth Somerset County wrestling title, taking first place in 132 pounds over the weekend. He was the state champion at 120 pounds in 2012.

Desiree Newman, girls basketball, United Christian, Charlotte
Sophomore center had 15 points and 17 rebounds and scored her team’s final 10 points in a 38-34 defeat of First Assembly Christian (Monroe) on Tuesday.

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Dereck Riggleman, boys basketball, Mapletown, Greensboro, Pa.
The senior guard scored a school-record 51 points and went past 1,000 points for his career in a 66-60 defeat of Geibel Catholic (Connellville) on Thursday.

Elijah Stewart, boys basketball, Westchester, Los Angeles
Senior forward, who has signed with Loyola Marymount, scored 33 points in a 101-63 defeat of Venice (Los Angeles) on Wednesday.


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