Bourbeau and Farion, sophomore goaltenders on the Middlebury College hockey team, combined for a 24-2-0 record and allowed an average of 1.78 goals a game while alternating in the net for the Panthers, whom they led to the Division III crown for the second straight year. Bourbeau was named first-team All-Eastern College Athletic Conference after amassing a 14-0 mark and a 1.75 goals-allowed average. He is 27-0-2 over the last two years. Farion, who has a 22-4-0 career record, finished second in Division III with a .925 save percentage. He was 10-2 last season with a 1.50 goals-against average.
Pergher, a freshman on the University of Denver ski team, became only the second Pioneers woman to hold a national ski title after she won the women's slalom at the NCAA championships. She finished the regular season as the West Region's No. 1 woman in the slalom and giant slalom.
Rodney, a 6'3" junior guard at Kinkaid High, was named to the McDonald's All-America team after averaging 25 points, 9.2 assists and 2.1 steals a game this season. Rodney, an honor student, also led the Falcons to their second Southwest Preparatory Conference state title in as many years.
Asquith, 49, the girls' swim coach at Acton-Boxborough High, was named coach of the year by the National Federation of Swim Coaches Association. Asquith has led the Colonials to 11 state titles in the last 14 years. Acton-Boxborough High didn't lose a dual meet from 1976 to '94.
Brett, a senior 125-pound wrestler for Sandpoint High, became the third Idaho wrestler to win four A-1 division state championships when he beat Peter Hodges of Idaho Falls High in the title match. Brett, who has a 3.9 GPA, finished his career with a 119-5 record.