Jennifer Hughes, San Francisco
Hughes, 35, a tour planner, broke the women's one-day world record by skiing 305,525 vertical feet at Paradise Peak near Atlin, B.C. She made 101 runs in less than 15 hours with Tammy McMinn, 32, of Colorado Springs, who set the world snow-boarding mark for either sex.
Glenn Tucker, Tavernier, Fla.
Glenn, a junior pitcher at Coral Shores High, threw a perfect game and hit for the cycle in a 9-0 victory over Marathon High. He no-hit Ransom-Everglades High of Miami in his next start and finished the season with a 10-0 record, a 0.93 ERA, 99 strikeouts and nine walks.
Megan Dunigan, Oak Ridge, Tenn.
Megan, a senior at Oak Ridge High, won a state girls' singles title for the third straight year, defeating Nikki Goldthreate of Overton High in Nashville 6-1, 6-2. Megan went 82-0 as a schoolgirl and led the Wildcats to two state girls' team crowns. She will play next year at Furman.
Tobie Askew, Texico, N. Mex.
Track and Field
Tobie, a senior at Texico High, was the Class AA state champion at 100 and 200 meters and in the long jump. He also helped the Wolverines' 4 x 100 relay squad to a New Mexico record of 44.10 seconds, and his three individual victories led Texico High to the team title.
Mark Mangan, Adelaide, Australia
Mangan, a senior attacker at Adelphi in Garden City, N.Y., led the Panthers to the Division II title with two goals and two assists in an 18-6 win over LIU- C.W. Post. A member of his country's national team, he was fifth in Division II in scoring (74 points, on 44 goals and 30 assists).
Stefanie Williams, Bloomsburg, Pa.
Stefanie, a senior at Bloomsburg High, set a girls' national high school record of 49.61 seconds in the 100-yard freestyle. A 10-time state titlist, she set 16 Pennsylvania records in the 50, 100 and 200 free during her varsity career. She will swim next year at Georgia.