This is an article from the Jan. 18, 2010 issue
LEAWOOD, KANS. > Swimming
Mick, a senior at Rockhurst High, won the 200-yard freestyle (1:39.54) for the second year in a row plus the 100 butterfly (50.34) at the Missouri state championships, earning athlete of the meet honors and helping his team take its sixth straight title. He was also on the 4√ó50 (1:24.62) and 4√ó100 free relay teams (3:05.14), which set state records.
MAPLEWOOD, N.J. > Track and Field
Brittney, a senior at Columbia High, won the 3,200- (12:20.20) and 1,600-meter races (5:29.10) as well as the high jump (5'4") to lead the Cougars to the American Division title at the Super Essex Conference indoor championships. A week earlier she won the 400 (1:00.95) and high jump (5'2") at the Drew Invitational.
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KINGSTON, PA. > Wrestling
Mike, a senior at Wyoming Seminary and the nation's No. 1--ranked heavyweight, won his weight class at the Cheesehead Invitational in Wisconsin. Last month he was a titlist at the Walsh Ironman in Ohio and the Beast of the East in Delaware; in 2009 he was a national prep champion in his weight class.
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MADISON, WIS. > Diving
Kylie, a senior at Madison West High, won her fourth consecutive state Division 1 championship with a score of 475.60 on the one-meter springboard. She is a three-time Division 1 diver of the year and National Interscholastic Coaches Association All-America. Kylie won 32 of 33 meets in her high school career.
WILLIAMSTOWN, AUSTRALIA > Basketball
Madgen, a senior at Augusta State, broke the NCAA Division II Peach Belt Conference career scoring record while getting 17 points in an 85--62 win over North Georgia. Two games later he scored 22 and eclipsed the school's scoring record in a 89--62 win over Francis Marion. At week's end Madgen had 1,909 points.
FLEMINGTON, N.J. > Gymnastics
Kristen, a senior at Hunterdon Central Regional High, won the uneven bars (9.775), balance beam (9.700) and floor exercise (9.475) at the state meet, capturing the all-around title and leading the Red Devils to a second-place finish. She was named New Jersey gymnast of the year and was selected all-state for the fourth time.
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