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Johnson finishes with record 165 three-pointers

Johnathan Johnson, Bayshore Christian boys basketball: Johnson, a senior guard, scored three three-point goals among his 26 points in the Faith Warriors' 85-51 loss to Malone for the state Class B championship Friday. He totaled 165 three-pointers for the season, a state high school record.

Carrie Ullmann, Plant girls track: Ullmann set a Jack Rice Invitational record for the 330 hurdles Friday with a time of 48.59. She also finished second in the long jump (15-6) and was named girls outstanding performer for the second consecutive year.

Francesco Bradshaw, East Bay boys track: Bradshaw recorded two firsts and two seconds in the Jack Rice to become the boys outstanding performer. He won the long jump at 21-6 and the 440-yard run in 51.25 seconds. He also placed second in the triple jump and the 220-yard dash.

Jeremy Robinson, Bloomingdale baseball: A two-run, seventh-inning double to leftfield by Robinson ignited the Bulls in a game against King that was scoreless for the first six innings. Another six runs came in during the seventh to give Bloomingdale an 8-0 win and a 2-0 mark for the season.

Ryan Pressly, Temple Heights baseball: Pressly pitched a five-inning perfect game in guiding the Eagles to a 10-0 win over Keswick Christian Saturday. He struck out 10 batters and retired all 15 he faced before the game was called because of the 10-run, five-inning rule. He also hit a triple.

Fiona Bolten, Berkeley Prep softball: Senior outfielder Bolten hit a triple, recorded two RBI and scored three runs in a 10-4 win over Plant City on Saturday.

Allison Brown, Plant softball: Sophomore hurler Brown won her second game in as many starts with a 2-1 win over previously unbeaten Armwood Friday.

Kim Hunter, Bloomingdale softball: Hunter scattered six hits in a 5-2 win over Gaither Saturday to keep the defending state champion Bulls undefeated at 5-0.

Class of the County members are chosen by Times staff writers. Nominations can be made by coaches only, during office hours to Ernest Hooper (226-3353) or Sunday evening and Monday morning to Terry Jones (684-2457). Athletes can only be selected once per season.