Vicqual Hall, GRETNA, VA.
Vicqual, a junior quarterback at Gretna High, passed and ran for
4,434 yards, setting a Virginia High School League record as he
led the Hawks to a 14-0 season and their first state title. He is
Virginia's Associated Press Group AA player of the year.
Sara McKinney, DUQUESNE, PA.
McKinney, a junior guard at California University of
Pennsylvania, had her third straight double double and was
Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference-West player of the week.
She leads the 16-0 Vulcans, ranked first in Division II, in
scoring and rebounds.
January 26, 2004
Cody Ohl, STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS
Ohl, 30, set a world and arena record in tie-down roping with a
6.5 second run, winning his fourth world tie-down roping title
and his fifth title overall. He is the 2003 Professional Rodeo
Cowboys Association world champion tie-down roper.
Christina Loukas, RIVERWOODS, ILL.
Christina, a senior at Deerfield High, scored 507.55 points to
win her third state diving title and become the first girl in
Illinois to break the 500-point barrier. She set 20 records this
season, and she won 52 of the 56 meets she entered in her high
Attila Banhidy, EGER, HUNGARY
Banhidy, a senior driver and team captain at California, is one
of three finalists for the Peter J. Cutino Award as the nation's
top male collegiate player. He ended his career with 164 goals,
and was named first-team All-America for the second straight
Amy Bisson, PLAINVILLE, CONN.
Bisson, 25, a special-education teacher and the nation's
top-ranked woman duckpin bowler in the past two seasons, rolled a
six-game 1,006 set. Her score broke the 26-year-old National
Duckpin Bowling Congress world record.
Jake Weitzen, NEW YORK CITY
Jake, a senior forward at the Bronx High School of Science, was
the only high school player on the silver-medal-winning U.S.
men's basketball team at the Pan Am Maccabi Games in Santiago,
Chile. He was last year's Bronx League leader in points per game.
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