Jerrika Chapple, LANCASTER, TEXAS
Track and Field
Jerrika, a recent graduate of Lancaster High, won four
consecutive championships in both the 400 meters and the 4x400
relay at the University Interscholastic League Class 4A state
meet. She is also the state record holder in the 400, with a time
Mac McLaughlin, SHAKER HEIGHTS, OHIO
Mac, a seventh-grader at University School in Cleveland, used a
three-iron to make a hole in one on the par-3, 165-yard 6th hole
at Kirtland Country Club on May 18. Eight days later, using a
five-wood, he made a second hole in one, on the par-3, 185-yard
June 29, 2003
Bobbi Suhr, PONY, MONT.
Suhr, a senior forward at Montana-Western, ended her career as
the school's alltime leader in scoring (2,200) and rebounds
(1,073). She is a three-time Frontier Conference MVP and two-time
Kodak All-America and this season was first-team NAIA.
Kippy Keino, ELDORET, KENYA
Track and Field
Kippy, a recent graduate of Fork Union Military Academy, won the
800-, 1,600-and 3,200-meter races at the Virginia Independent
School State Meet, helping the Blue Devils take their 16th
straight title. He is the son of two-time Olympic gold medalist
Hannah Angel, EAST BEND, N.C.
Hannah, a graduating senior at Forbush High, pitched a perfect
game--her third of the season--to give the Falcons their second
straight Class 2A fast-pitch state title. The righthander went
20-0 this year while not giving up an earned run.
Sam Niles, NORWICH, VT.
Sam, who just completed his freshman year at Hanover High in
Hanover, N.H., became the youngest singles player (15) to win the
New Hampshire IAA tennis championship. He had a singles record of
20-3 for the season.
Nina-Emily Hengartner, ULM, GERMANY
Nina-Emily, a graduating senior exchange student at Avon High in
Avon, Conn., won the gold medal for women's singles at the
U.S.Rowing Youth Invitational in Cincinnati. She won all four of
the regattas she entered this year.
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