Javarris James, IMMOKALEE, FLA.
Javarris, a sophomore running back at Immokalee High, rushed for
1,151 yards on 175 carries and scored 14 touchdowns this season
to lead the Indians to the state Class 2A playoffs. He is a
cousin of Indianapolis Colts running back Edgerrin James.
Emily Huffman, OKLAHOMA CITY
Huffman, a senior midfielder at Connecticut College, was named a
National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-America for the
second time. She set a school-record 90 career points with 39
goals and 12 assists.
Davis Kelly, OLIVE BRANCH, MISS.
Davis, a fourth-grader at Center Hill Elementary, won gold medals
in forms and sparring at the 2003 Junior Olympics & Masters
Karate Championships in Myrtle Beach, S.C. It was his 28th gold
medal in forms or sparring competitions this year.
Jenny Ford, SANDY, UTAH
Jenny, a junior forward at Bingham High, scored a hat trick in a
3-0 victory over Skyline to give the Miners their first Class 5A
state championship. She scored a total of five goals in the
playoffs and was named Utah prep athlete of the week.
Adam Pfeiffer, QUINCY, ILL.
Adam, a senior at Quincy Senior High, won the Class AA state high
school golf championship at The Den at Fox Creek in Bloomington.
His two-day combined score of 143 is the lowest in the 28-year
history of the event.
Courtney Boggs, DELAWARE, OHIO
Courtney, an eighth-grade center at Delaware Christian School,
set a team record this season with 253 serving points, including
132 aces. She led the Eagles to a 14-1 record (7-0 in conference
play) and the Central Ohio Athletic League championship.
Bill Thanhouser, PORTLAND
Bill, 17, a junior at the Oregon Episcopal School, won the men's
sabre gold medal in the junior division (under-20) at the 2003
Junior & Cadet Pan American Fencing Championships in Guadeloupe.
He also won the sabre cadet (under-17) gold medal.
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