Garrett Miller, Erdenhiem, Pa.
Miller, a junior at Penn, won the collegiate men's division of the Charles River Association of Sculling Has Beens world indoor rowing championships, conducted on ergometers, for the second straight year. Last summer, he was the youngest member of the world champion U.S. men's eight.
Josey LaRocco, Louisville
Josey rolled a 300 in a Young American Bowling Alliance league game to become, at 10 years, six months and 27 days, the youngest bowler to have a perfect game in a sanctioned competition. The old record was set by Scott Owsley of Fontana, Calif., at 10 years, nine months and six days, in 1994.
Ben Vom Baur, Vancouver, Wash.
Ben, a senior 115-pounder at Evergreen High, won a third state title when he defeated Chris Montgomery of Gonzaga Prep in Spokane 5-0. He led the Plainsmen to a 12-1 dual-meet record this season and ended his high school career with a 102-0 record.
Jen Daniels, Brigantine, N.J.
Jen, an eighth-grade point guard, led the Brigantine North Middle School girls' team to a 35-0 record, and five tournament titles. She scored her 1,000th point in the Buccaneers' 53-33 defeat of St. Phillip's Middle School. During Jen's two years on the team, Brigantine has gone 64-3.
Laura Ashley Wright, Longmont, Colo.
Laura Ashley, 10, placed first in eight events at the High Altitude Classic. Competing in the girls' 9-10 age group, she won the 200-yard freestyle in a meet record of 2:28.18 and the 50 and 100 backstrokes, breaststrokes and butterflies. She also was on the victorious 4 x 25 medley relay team.
Huina Han, Beijing
Track and Field
Han, a junior at Bowling Green, earned all-America honors when she triple-jumped 43'9" at the NCAA indoor championships. Earlier this year she had the second-best women's collegiate triple jump of the season and established a Falcons record when she jumped 44'9".