Charles, a 6'11", 245-pound senior basketball center at Hillwood High, had 50 points, 21 rebounds and 10 blocks in a 101-65 win against Overton High. Through last Friday he was averaging 21.4 points, 12.2 boards and 4.8 blocks a game for the 11-4 Hilltoppers.
POMPTON PLAINS, N.J.
Cortese and Bizzoco, a senior forward and a senior goalkeeper, respectively, at Trenton ( N.J.) State, led the Lions to a 20-0 record and a 2-1 win over Messiah College of Grantham, Pa., in the Division III field hockey national title game. Cortese, the division's player of the year and a two-time All-America, had 21 goals and 13 assists this season. For her four-year career she had 65 goals and 20 assists. Bizzoco, who had a .209 goals-against average in 1995, was named to the Division III All-Tournament team. In her two years as the Trenton State starter, she had a .941 save percentage and 29 shutouts in 39 games.
Odell, a senior at MacArthur High, was named the U.S.'s best high school quarterback by SuperPrep magazine. Over the past three seasons Odell threw for 2,520 yards, ran for 3,264 and scored or passed for 72 touchdowns. He is also a standout on the MacArthur basketball team.
Gokberk, a senior middle blocker on the Florida women's volleyball team, set Gator career marks for kills (1,721) and hitting percentage (.394) and was named both All-America and Academic All-America. A decision-and-informational-science major, she has a 3.57 academic average.
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Petrock, a junior swimmer at Kenyon College, in Gambier, Ohio, set the Division III women's record in the 400 individual medley during a heat at the Miami Invitational. Her time of 4:24.37 broke the mark of 4:27.92 set by teammate Anna Drejer in March 1995.