Angulo, a graduate of Marcus High, was the Class 5A
championship MVP after assisting on both regulation
goals in the Marauders’ 3-2 win over Plano West. He
scored 13 goals and had 10 assists in leading his school
to a 30-0-0 record and the No. 1 national ranking.
Jenkins, who finished her second year at Hudson Valley Community College, won the Betty Jo Graber female student-athlete
of the year award, given to the top junior college athlete. She
was the 2007 women's individual all-events champion, knocking down 2,216 pins for a 184.7 average.
MOUNDS VIEW, MIN . > Tennis
Wyatt, of Mounds View High, is the first eighth-grade boy in
the 79-year history of Minnesota’s state tournament to win the
high school singles title. He defeated the state champ, Buffalo
High junior Michael Sicora, in the semifinal, then beat Blaine
junior Paul Swanson to win gold in Class 2A.
VIRGINIA BEACH > Softball
Griffin, a graduate of Kellam High, was a first-team all-state
catcher and delivered the game-winning hits in both the Eastern Region and the Group AAA championship games. In the
AAA final her clutch single led the Knights to a 1-0 victory and
their first state title. She will play at Morgan State next year.
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIF. > Water Polo
Mann, a graduate of Berkeley, won the Peter J. Cutino Award as the country's best male collegiate water polo player. A three-time first-team All-American and a member of the U.S. national team, the utility player scored 80 goals to lead the Bears to their NCAA-record 12th national championship.
BUCKHANNON, W.VA. > Track and Field
Carrier, a graduate of Buckhannon-Upshur High, is the highestscoring
female ever at the West Virginia state meet, with 148
points. This spring, for the second straight year, she won gold
in four events: the 100-meter hurdles, the 300 hurdles, the
200 meters and the long jump, in a state record of 18' 8 1/2".
FROM TOP: JIM MIDGETT; ANTHONY SALAMONE; MICHAEL CARTWRIGHT; BILL ABOURJILIE; CAL MEDIA RELATIONS; TODD BERGSTROM/THE RECORD DELTA