Jamie, 17, and already a freshman at Duke, won the U.S. Golf Association girls' junior crown by defeating Alicia Allison, 16, of Santa Ana, Calif., 5 and 4. She also finished third at the PGA Junior Girls' Championship.
PALOS HEIGHTS, ILL.
Han, 19, won three 19-and-under titles at the U.S. badminton nationals. He was the singles champion and teamed with Phi Ta of Garden Grove, Calif., in doubles and Kelly Liparelli of Miller Place, N.Y., in mixed doubles.
SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
Trigueiro, 55, coached the Santa Barbara High boys' tennis team to its sixth state title in seven years, including the last five in a row. During that span, the Dons were 171-3, and they now have a 110-match winning streak.
Kohler, a freshman midfielder on the Randolph-Macon College women's soccer team, set a collegiate all-division record when she assisted on seven goals in a 9-0 Yellow Jacket defeat of Hollins College.
Milena, a senior at Fallbrook High, won the girls' 3,000-meter run at the TAC Junior Nationals with a time of 9:48.23. In the past year she also has won state girls' championships in the 3,200 and cross-country.
Nathan, a senior tailback for Alcester-Hudson High's nine-man football team, rushed 29 times for 438 yards and touchdowns of 46, 60, 3, 53, 11 and 8 yards in the Cubs' 45-22 victory over Centerville High.