Onyeador, a freshman forward at Georgetown, set Virginia all-divisions career records of 127 goals and 290 points (he had 36 assists) at Potomac Falls High. He was Gatorade's state player of the year as a junior, when he had a school-record 42 goals.
DeBoer, a junior at Grand Valley State who received a kidney transplant in 2003, was the outstanding male athlete of the U.S. Transplant Games. A member of Team Michigan, he won gold in three swimming races, silver in six events including basketball and cycling, and bronze in the 5K run.
WHITESTONE, N.Y. > Golf
Alice, a junior at Bayside High, won four straight Metropolitan PGA Junior events, including the New York City championship, shooting a two-day, even-par 146 at the Pelham Bay Golf Course. She was third at the Met PGA Tournament of Champions.
PINCKNEYVILLE, ILL. > Track and Field
Spencer, a freshman at McKendree, was a four-time Class A champion in the 100 meters and a two-time winner in the 200 while running at Pinckneyville High. She was unbeaten in the 100 during high school and holds the 100 state meet record (12.13 seconds); her personal best is 11.74.
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. > Baseball
Welch, a freshman southpaw at Bowdoin, did not allow a run in 52 innings for Portsmouth High, leading the Clippers to a 23-0 record and the Class I title. He was 9-0 with 84 strikeouts and just 16 hits allowed.
MARIETTA, GA. > Soccer
Isom, a freshman goalkeeper at LSU, scored a goal from 90 yards away in her second career start during a 4-1 win over BYU. At Lassiter High she had a 40-9-1 record in three years with 30 shutouts and was The Atlanta Journal-Constitution player of the year as a senior.
FROM TOP: Potomac Falls Soccer Photo; T.J. Hamilton; James Hong; Scott Cummings/McKendree University; Christine Palie; Steve Franz/LSU Sports Information