Shelly Chessie, FREDERICTON, NEW BRUNSWICK
Chessie, a senior forward at Bowdoin College, is the school's
alltime leading female scorer, with 177 points. She helped the
Polar Bears become the only college hockey team (men's or
women's) to enter conference tournament play this season
Rick Weil, HUNTINGTON BEACH, CALIF.
Weil, a senior at the U.S. Naval Academy, became only the 10th
midshipman in the 62-year history of the Academy's Brigade
Tournament to win four consecutive Brigade championships. He is
the second middie to win four titles in the same weight class
Waldo Gutierrez Jr., MORENCI, ARIZ.
Waldo, a senior at Morenci High, won his fourth consecutive state
high school wrestling title (this year in the 171-pound class).
He finished his career with a 184--0 record and was named
outstanding wrestler at the All-Star Wrestling Tournament.
Emily Hunter, CINCINNATI
Emily, a senior at Indian Hill High, became the first diver in
Ohio high school history to win four consecutive state
championships. In the one-meter event she amassed 463.65 points
to break the Division II record of 438.20 she set last year.
Ryan Harlan, HEWITT, TEXAS
Track and Field
Harlan, a senior at Rice University, won the Western Athletic
Conference pentathlon title for the fourth straight time. This
year he bettered his previous WAC and school record of 4,049
points by nine points. He finished first in three of the five
Meghan Thiel, ARLINGTON, VA.
Meghan, a senior at Yorktown High, won the 500-meter freestyle
event for the third straight year at the Virginia State AAA
championships. She set a national high school record of 5:26.07,
breaking by 10 seconds a mark that had stood for six years.
Ivory Latta, YORK, S.C.
Ivory, a senior guard at York Comprehensive High, set three state
records this season that stand for boys and girls: career points
(4,416), most points in a season (1,248) and most points in a
game (70). She was named the South Carolina player of the year.
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