COLOR PHOTO: DAVID DUROCHIK Jenna Wrobel, Naperville, Ill. Volleyball Wrobel, a senior outside hitter for Michigan State, was named first team All-America after leading the nation in kills, with an average of 5.93 per game. She ranks second in the Big Ten in alltime career kills (2,292) and led the Spartans to a 23-7 record this season.
COLOR PHOTO: CHAS KEITH Erica Schubert, Delran, N.J. Soccer Erica, a senior forward at Delran High, scored three or more goals in seven of the Bears' 19 games and led them to the state semifinals. She finished the season with 35 goals and nine assists, earned All-America honors for the second time and was awarded a scholarship to Florida.
COLOR PHOTO: SALLY MCCAY Erin Sullivan, Jericho, Vt. Cross-country Erin, a senior at Mount Mansfield Union High, became only the third girl to win consecutive national high school championships. She ran the 5,000-meter course in 17:35.7 to beat Lauren Fleshman of Canyon High in Canyon Country, Calif., by 6.7 seconds.
COLOR PHOTO: ROBERT BINDER John Chambers, Hemet, Calif. Basketball Chambers, 55, coach at Mount San Jacinto Community College for 29 years, became the winningest California junior college basketball coach ever when the Eagles won the 589th game of his tenure, 97-91 over College of the Canyons. Through last Thursday his record was 598-307.
COLOR PHOTO: TOM KIMMELL Dexter Wynn, Colorado Springs Football Dexter, a senior receiver and cornerback for Rampart High, scored four touchdowns, threw for a touchdown, blocked an extra point and intercepted a pass in the end zone to lead the Rams to the Class 4A state championship with a 35-20 defeat of Sierra High.
COLOR PHOTO: JOHN BARD Maritza Correia, Valrico, Fla. Swimming Maritza, a senior at Tampa Bay Technical High, broke girls' high school state records in the 100- and 200-meter freestyle, in 49.86 and 1:49.23, respectively. She finished her four-year varsity career having won six state championships.