Jowanna, an eighth-grader at I.S. 324, is the first eighth-grader to win two National Scholastic track and field high school championships. She won both the 800-meter outdoor (2:11.8) and indoor (2:12.6) titles.
Tom, a senior attackman on the Daniel Hand High lacrosse team, was named All-America after scoring 87 goals and 145 points this season. His 206 goals and 331 points during his career were both state records.
Utley, 18, the 1991 junior national 105¾-pound champ, won that weight class at the U.S. Weightlifting Federation championships by hoisting 154¼ pounds in the clean and jerk and 121¼ in the snatch.
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Williams, 44, coach of both women's and men's tennis at Midland College, guided his women's team to the national junior college championship for the third consecutive year. His men finished No. 2 in the country.
Dahle, a senior outfielder at the College of St. Benedict, was named the GTE Softball Academic All-America of the Year in the college division after hitting .373 for the 21-3 Blazers and maintaining a 3.97 average in biology.
Shon, as a senior outfielder for Harrison County High, set a national high school single-season record with 29 home runs and tied a national mark with 82 runs scored. He has signed with the Pittsburgh Pirates.