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COLOR PHOTO: JOHN ROBB Dan Skenandore, ONEIDA, WIS. Wrestling Dan, a 215-pound senior at Oneida Nation High, won the Wisconsin Division III heavyweight title by pinning Jeff Green of Little Wolf High in Manawa in 75 seconds. Dan finished the year with a record of 37-0 and is the first Thunderhawk to win a state crown in any sport.COLOR PHOTO: MIKE SIEGEL Jan Harville, SEATTLE Rowing Harville, 49, the coach of the women's crew at Washington for the past 14 seasons, guided the Huskies to their third national title since the inaugural NCAA team championship in 1997. This was also the 10th consecutive season that the Washington women have won the Pac-10 conference crown.COLOR PHOTO: DAVID WEAVER Josh Tupper, JOPLIN, MO. Baseball Josh, a senior pitcher at Joplin High, threw a no-hitter in the Class 4A state championship game to lead the Eagles to a 2-0 victory over Francis Howell North in St. Charles. His no-hitter was only the third ever thrown in the Missouri title game.COLOR PHOTO: LAURIE BECK Kristen English, PLYMOUTH MEETING, PA. Lacrosse English, a senior at Swarthmore College, was named Division III female defender of the year. English, who was a two-time division All-America in lacrosse, earned 11 varsity letters as a member of Swarthmore's field hockey, basketball and lacrosse teams.COLOR PHOTO: SALLY MCCAY Sara Hughes, SOUTH BURLINGTON, VT. Tennis Sara, a senior at South Burlington High, won the state girls' high school singles title for the fourth year in a row. This season she also led the Rebels to their third straight Vermont Division I team crown. Sara finished with a career record of 76-0 and will play for Colby College in the fall.COLOR PHOTO: JIM MIDGETT DaBryan Blanton, FORNEY, TEXAS Track and Field DaBryan, a junior sprinter at Forney High, won the Class 3A boys' state crown in the 100 and 200 meters, setting 3A state high school marks with times of 10.30 and 20.37, respectively. He was also a member of the state champion 4x100 relay team and helped Forney to second in the team competition.