Allison Feaster, Chester, S.C.
Feaster, a senior forward for Harvard and three-time Ivy League woman player of the year, led the nation's women in scoring through Sunday, with 28.5 points a game, and had become the first Ivy woman to reach 2,000 points and 1,000 rebounds in her career.
Andrew Storrs, Goodrich, Mich.
Andrew, a senior 130-pounder at Goodrich High, set a state high school record for consecutive wins (147) when he beat John Ruddy of Montross High at the Genessee Eight Conference finals. He paced Goodrich to a 15-2 dual meet record this year.
Missy Wyant, Cincinnati
Wyant, a senior at Princeton, led the unbeaten Tigers to the Howe Cup, the equivalent of the women's national championship, by beating Stephanie Teaford of Harvard in the No. 3 position of the title match, which Princeton won 8-1. In the regular season she went 19-4.
Devon Williams, Parkville, Md.
Track and Field
Devon, 8, won the eight-and-under 400 meters at the Colgate Women's Games in 1:11.38. She was also first in four heats of the 800 but was unable to run in the semifinal. Devon was named the outstanding athlete at last year's AAU nationals, where she won three age-group events.
Justin DePlato, Wheatfield, N.Y.
Justin, a senior at Niagara-Wheatfield High, set a Niagara Frontier League three-game series record of 832 pins by bowling 299-244-289 as the Falcons defeated LaSalle High of Niagara Falls by just eight pins over seven matches. His previous best series was 660.
Helen Rychecky, Littleton, Colo.
Helen, a senior at Heritage High, was named Colorado female swimmer of the year after she won the 100-yard butterfly at the state championships in 56:64, came in fifth in the 100 backstroke and swam a leg on two relay teams that finished second and third.