Hannah, a senior at Grosse Pointe South High, set two Michigan records at the state meet to help the Blue Devils win their third straight Division I title. She beat her twin sister, Haley, by 3.37 seconds to win the 1,600 meters in a record 4:39.23, and won her fourth straight 800 title in 2:06.35, breaking her own state mark by 1.02 seconds. She also anchored the winning 3,200 and 1,600 relays. Hannah, who was second in the Dream Mile at the Adidas Grand Prix in May, will attend Duke with Haley.
Cullman, Ala. > Baseball
Keegan, a pitcher-shortstop and recent graduate of Cullman High, was named Alabama's Mr. Baseball and became the state's first two-time Gatorade player of the year. He went 9-2 with a 1.25 ERA and 11.9 strikeouts per seven innings and batted .420 with nine home runs and 45 RBIs. Keegan, who won USA Baseball's International Performance of the Year in 2011 for leading the 16U team to gold at the World Youth Championships, has committed to play at Auburn.
Claremont, Calif. > Track and Field
Carter, a junior at Stanford, won the 400-meter hurdles at the D-I championships in a collegiate-record 53.21, the fastest time in the world this season. She broke the previous NCAA mark by .33 of a second. A day later she took second in the 100 hurdles in 12.79. Stanford's record-holder in every indoor and outdoor hurdles event, Carter is a nine-time All-America, the Pac-12 women's track athlete of the year and a semifinalist for the Bowerman Award, the top honor in collegiate track and field.
Ocean Park, Wash. > Golf
Ross, a senior at Ilwaco High, shot a five-under 139 at Lake Spanaway Golf Course to repeat as the Class 1A champion, leading the Fishermen to their fourth straight state title by 34.5 points with 132.5. He had one eagle and three birdies on the back nine on the second day for a 68, sealing his victory by eight strokes. The defending Washington junior champion (16 and 17-year-old division) and a member of the state's fifth-place Hogan Cup team in 2012, Ross has signed to play at Seattle.
Elk River, Minn. > Softball
Jayme, a freshman centerfielder at Elk River High, reached over the fence twice to take away home runs in a 4-3 victory over Prior Lake High in the Class 3A title game. With the score tied 3-3 in the sixth, she fell over the mesh fence to snag one would-be homer; in the eighth, after scoring the go-ahead run, she made a second lunging grab to preserve the win. A member of the team since eighth grade, Jayme batted .467 and was named honorable mention all-state.
Wantagh, N.Y. > Lacrosse
Fowler, a junior midfielder at Duke, won 20 of 28 faceoffs in the Division I championship game in May to help the Blue Devils rally from a 5-0 deficit and defeat top-seeded Syracuse 16-10 for the second national title in program history. He was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Fowler, an All-America, broke the NCAA single-season record for face-off wins by 24 with 339, was third in the nation in face-off win percentage (.644) and second in ground balls per game (9.95).
Photo credits: Dana Kaiser Photography (Meier); Courtesy of the Thompson family (Thompson); Don Feria/ISIPhotos.com (Carter); Courtesy of the Kukula family (Kukula); Keith Paap (Langbehn); Duke Photography (Fowler)