Tami, a junior midfielder on the Seattle Christian High girls' soccer team, broke the Washington girls' high school career scoring record of 103 goals, set by Michelle Akers in 1984. Tami has 109 goals for the 15-0-1 Warriors, who have won three straight state Class A-B titles.
Haywood, 18, finished second in the men's A division of the national singles racquetball championships, losing to Rocky Carson of Santa Maria, Calif., in a tiebreaker. Haywood, a freshman at Stephen F. Austin State, last year shared the national high school doubles title.
Misty, a junior on the Shadow Mountain High girls' swim team, has the fastest high school time in the nation this season in two events, the 100-yard butterfly (53.49) and the 100 breaststroke (55.02). Her time in the fly set a girls' national high school record.
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James, a junior running back on the East Stroudsburg High football team, broke the Pennsylvania high school rushing record with 3,083 yards on 359 carries. He also scored 47 touchdowns, one short of the state record, and caught four passes for 172 yards for the 13-1 Cavaliers.
Wingate, a junior guard on the Malone College basketball team, scored 53 points on 20-for-22 shooting in the Pioneers' 95-68 win over Wilberforce ( Ohio) College. Wingate was 9 for 10 from the free throw line and 4 for 5 from beyond the three-point arc. He also had 12 rebounds.
Jeremy, 13, who was seeded third, won the U.S. Tennis Association boys' 14-and-under national indoor championship 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 against top-seeded Dustin Friedman of Owings Mills, Md. Jeremy also made it to the doubles final with partner Scott Lipsky of Merrick, N.Y.