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sophomore

Chiefly US and Canadian a second-year student at a secondary (high) school or college
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Worcester State 7, Fisher 2: Sophomores Steve Wallace and Zach George both went 3 for 5 to lead the Lancers (18-20) over the visiting Falcons (33-16).
Running back: The plan is to employ a running back by committee approach, featuring sophomores Stuart and Vince Patterson, who are in line for a majority of the carries, initially, anyways.
The course average for non-sophomores was 70 percent, 6 percentage points below that for sophomores.
In the exit exam's math section, 67 percent of sophomores passed, the same as in 2005.
Pitcher/infielder Dustin Emmons and catcher Chad Nacpoy, both juniors, assumed the bulk of the leadership duties as third-year varsity players in a lineup that sometimes features as many as three sophomores in the infield.
The showcase is for sophomores not participating in the state tournament.
Westlake is one of the area's more experienced teams, but the Warriors have sophomores sharing the goalkeeping job and a freshman is one of their leading scorers.
Hyman, a second-team all-league selection as a freshman, is joined this season by two freshman and three other sophomores.
Canyon wins in Goleta: Canyon's girls won Friday's Dos Pueblos of Goleta Invitational, using strong performances by its seniors, juniors and sophomores to claim the title.
Seventy-three percent of sophomores passed the English portion of the exit exam in 2005, compared to 52 percent in 2002, 65 percent in 2003 and 72 percent in 2004.
Freshmen Janette Galindo and Val Rico, former Burroughs of Burbank teammates, were second-team selections, and sophomores Megan Allen and Jennifer Zev were named honorable mention.