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Wilson native Carly Presti spent spring break winning a championship.

Presti, 18, took first place in created weapons kata using her sword and bo staff in the international SMAC Karate Tournament on March 8.

Presti, a third-degree black belt, attends Ohio Northern University and trains at her father’s school, Presti Karate Centers.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

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• Jodi Luedemann netted 23 points, hitting three 3-pointers to lead St. Mark past St. Paul, 69-52. Erin Strassburg and Hannah Crouch added 13 apiece in the win, while Chrissy Fretthold chipped in 12 more.

Mackenzie Loesing dropped a game-high 29 points for St. Paul. Kelly Diguiseppe was also in double figures, scoring 12.

• Marybeth Nugent and Linny Stoddard teamed up, scoring 22 and 20 points, respectively, in Chapel’s 55-28 win over Holy Ghost/St. James.

Hannah Carrier led HG/SJ with 10 points.

• Patrina Leo and Grace Cunningham scored 15 points apiece while Kacie Mills and Meghan Waterman added 12 each to help St. Mary’s to a 67-38 win over Community Bible.

Laura Oaks had a game-high 22 points in the loss. Teammate Ellen Remillard added 10 points.

• STANDINGS: Chapel, 12-0; St. Mary’s, 10-2; St. Mark, 6-6; Comm. Bible, 5-7; St. Paul, 2-10; HG/SJ, 1-11.

ALUMNI HOCKEY

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• Mike Corsaro and Tim Osberg both scored twice and had an assist to help the Kings earn five playoff points with an 8-0 victory over the Rangers. Chris Brosius (1+2) and Steve Zafuto (0+3) also had three points apiece; Vince LoTempio (1+1), Dave Kozlowski (0+2) and Bob Morreale (0+2) had two each; and Joe Luna and Dave Scheuer both scored.

One point is awarded for each period won in the playoffs, and two points are earned for an overall victory.

• Dave Rice’s hat trick helped the Sabres pick up 4 1/2 points with a 5-1 win over the Canadiens. Mark Savoy and Brian Shiah also scored in the victory.

Peter Herbst scored the Habs, who earned half a point for an even the third period.

• John Neri scored twice as the Wild got 3 1/2 points for beating the Flyers, 4-2. Mark Seider had a goal and an assist for the Wild while Mark Shirback scored the other goal.

Randy Seelbinder scored twice, assists both times by Joe Simonick, for the Flyers.

• Tim Franklemont, Mark Procknal and Ken Browning all scored twice while Ralph Proulx and Mark Brand had two assists apiece in the Bruins’ 6-2 victory over the Leafs, which was worth 4 1/2 points.

Armand DeBan had a goal and an assist in the loss. Walt Dloglosz also scored, and Lance Turton dished two helpers.

• PLAYOFF STANDINGS: North Division — Kings, 5 points; Wild, 3 1/2 points; Flyers, 1 1/2 points; Rangers, 0 points; South Division — Sabres, 4 1/2 points; Bruins, 4 1/2 points; Canadiens, 1/2 point; Leafs, 1/2 point.