Kenny, a senior forward at DeMatha Catholic High, averaged 9.9 points, 12.7 rebounds and 6.1 blocks. As a wide receiver he caught 32 passes for 489 yards and six TDs. He also had four interceptions as a cornerback and was an All-America this fall and all-state three times.
Cantwell, a senior at Albright, never lost a race in four Middle Atlantic Conference championship meets, winning 12 individual titles -- taking gold in the 100- and 200-yard breaststroke and the 200 individual medley in all four years -- and 16 relay titles. She was named the meet's most outstanding swimmer four times.
DENVER > Australian Rules Football
Ellis, 39, a sales rep, is player-coach for the Denver Bulldogs of the U.S. Australian Rules Football League. His team went 13-1 and beat the San Diego Lions 21-15 for the national championship, Denver's sixth in Ellis's eight years with the Bulldogs. A backline player, he was co-MVP for the tournament.
CORUNNA, ONT. > Track and Field
Drouin, a senior at Syracuse, won the Big East title in the indoor pentathlon with a school-record 4,099 points, a score that qualified her for the NCAA championship, and was second in the high jump (5' 10"). As a junior she was an All-America in the heptathlon after finishing third at the NCAA outdoor championship.
FOSTER CITY, CALIF. > Chess
Daniel, a sixth-grader at Crystal Springs Upland School, won the boys' under-12 world championship; he is only the second American to win a world youth title. He has won two national scholastic championships and has earned the distinction of master from both the national and international chess federations.
BOSTON > Basketball
Sanon, a junior center at North Central, had a triple double with 12 points, 35 rebounds and 10 blocks in a 54-33 win over Mount Mary. She is averaging 16.4 points, 16.8 rebounds and 3.2 blocks and has helped the Rams earn a second straight trip to the National Christian College Athletic Association tournament.
FROM TOP: Brenda McGregor/DeMatha Catholic High School; Jeff Feiler; Dave Mooney; Syracuse University Athletic Communications; Courtesy of the Naroditsky Family; Trey Meadows