Myles, a senior at Long Beach Polytechnic, anchored the Jackrabbits' 4x800-meter team to victory and was named high school boys' athlete of the meet for relay events at the 117th Penn Relays in Philadelphia. He ran a school-record leg of 1:49.54 for a team finish of 7:31.69, the third-fastest time in meet history and the best nationally this season. Next year he will compete for USC.
Massapequa, N.Y. > Lacrosse
Etrasco, a sophomore at Boston University, single-handedly outscored Vermont with nine goals in a 16-8 win to set a program record for goals in a game and tie the America East mark. The win qualified the Terriers for their 13th straight conference tournament. Last year Etrasco was named to the America East all-rookie team. She leads the conference in goals (57).
Hickory, N.C. > Golf
J.T., a senior at Hickory High, won his second straight 3A state title at Foxfire Country Club in Foxfire Village, N.C., by nine strokes while setting two state records. He shot a 63 for the single-day individual-score mark, followed by a 68 for a total of 131, the record for lowest individual total. Ranked 16th among junior boys in the state, he will play for Western Carolina next year.
Olathe, Kans. > Track and Field
Megan, a senior at Olathe South High, put the shot 50' 2" in a meet against Shawnee Mission North High School for the best throw in the nation so far this season. In April, she won gold in the shot put and silver in the discus at the 84th annual Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kans. Next year Megan, the defending 6A state shot put champion, will compete for Texas Christian University.
Brockville, Ont. > Rowing
McCabe, a junior who rows the four seat in Washington's top-ranked varsity eight boat, helped the Huskies win their fifth straight Windermere Cup (5:43.2). In February he swept the world indoor rowing championships (collegiate, U-23 and open) in Boston. Last fall he competed with the Canadian senior national team at the 2010 world championships in New Zealand.
Hopkins, S.C. > Equestrian
Cody, a senior at the Hammond School, scored eight total points in the Horsemanship and Reining categories to win the Western Rider title in the varsity open division at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association nationals in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Davie, Fla. > Equestrian
Ariana, a home-schooled sophomore, qualified for the Hunt Seat varsity open division championship with a second-place finish in the equitation-on-the-flat event, and then won the final round for a total of 12 points to clinch the Hunt Seat Rider title at the Interscholastic Equestrian Association nationals in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Photo credits: Sanford Studios (Andrews); Steve McLaughlin/BU Athletics (Etrasco); Chuck Cunningham (Poston); Carissa Passman (Smith); University of Washington (McCabe); Ron Schwane/Ron Schwane Photography (McMillion); Jacqueline Mato (Mato).