Tyrese Cooper | Miami Gardens, Fla. | Track
This is an article from the Aug. 10, 2015 issue
Tyrese, a freshman at American Senior High in the fall, set a national 15--16 age-group record at the Junior Olympics in Jacksonville, with a 20.98 in the 200 meters, the 11th-best high school time in the nation this year. At the Florida middle school championships in May, he set meet marks in the 100 (10.61), 200 (21.26) and 400 (47.76).
Olivia Quigley | Brookfield, Wis. | Track
Quigley, 24, who has autism and was diagnosed with Stage IV breast cancer in February, won the 100 meters (16.76) at the Special Olympics World Games in Los Angeles. She also earned gold in the 4 × 100 and silver in the 200 (36.05). Quigley, a nutrition assistant at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, scheduled her treatment around the Games.
Nick McLaughlin | New Castle, N.H. | Golf
McLaughlin, a senior at UVa this year, won the Massachusetts Amateur final, 4 and 3 over Patrick Frodigh, at Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg. A week later he shot a seven-under 281 to win the New England Amateur by one stroke at Baker Hill Golf Club in Newbury, N.H. He is only the fourth golfer in 86 years to take both titles in the same summer.
Asia Seidt | Louisville | Swimming
Asia, a rising senior at Sacred Heart Academy, broke National Club Swimming Association records in the 200-meter backstroke (2:11.96) and 50 fly (27.59) at the NCSA long-course junior nationals in Orlando. Asia also won the 200 fly (2:13.36). At the state meet in February, she won the 100-yard back (53.44).
Warren Prehmus | Atlanta | Basketball
Prehmus, a 59-year-old financial adviser, led the Georgia Boys to the 55-and-over gold medal, 64--51 in overtime against Delaware Gold at the National Senior Games Association three-on-three tournament, in St. Paul, Minn. A point guard, he averaged 25.0 points over nine games, including 29 points in the title game.
Stephanie Houck, Camille White | Annapolis, Md. | Sailing
Stephanie, a junior skipper at the Severn School in Severna Park, Md., and Camille, a sophomore there, became the first girls' team to win the Club 420 national championship, on Narragansett Bay in Newport. In June they took the junior women's doublehanded title on Lake Murray in Columbia, S.C.
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