Bryn Kehoe, NORTH BEND, OHIO
Bryn, a senior setter at Saint Ursula Academy, led her team to a 29-0 record and the Ohio Division I title. Named high school girls' volleyball player of the year by PrepVolleyball.com, she will attend Stanford in the fall.
Austin Banker, DURHAM, N.C.
Austin, a fifth-grader at Liberty Christian School, was the 2003 World Karting Association Junior Sportsman 1 Heavy Speedway Dirt National Champion. He also won two North Carolina Kart Racers Association championships last season.
Jessica Rodriquez, AURORA, COLO.
Jessica, an eighth-grader at Prairie Middle School, won the women's 18-and-under 400-meter individual medley at the junior international short-course championships. She holds the national girls' ll-to-12 record in the 1,500-meter freestyle (17:21.56).
Dennis Stanton, NORTH WALES, PA.
Stanton, a senior guard at Ursinus, scored a total of 100 points in three consecutive wins, including a Centennial Conference—record 45 points in a victory over previously unbeaten Johns Hopkins. He leads the NCAA in scoring with 30.4 points a game.
Kelli Johnson, ELMA, N.Y.
Johnson, a freshman forward at SUNY Cortland, tied an NCAA Division III tournament record by scoring seven goals in three games. She set a Red Dragons single-season record for goals by a freshman, with 22, beating the old mark by nine goals.
Mike Boyle, PLYMOUTH, N.H.
Mike, a senior quarterback at Plymouth Regional High, led the Bobcats to a 44-0 record over four years and four state championships. Playing quarterback, flanker and kick returner, he accounted for 7,161 yards of total offense and 73 touchdowns.
Jodi Young, FLUSHING, MICH.
Young, a senior guard at Wayne State, scored 48 points in an overtime loss to Grand Valley State, the most for any NCAA Division II player this season. She has 1,028 career points and was Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference player of the week.
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