Khalilah Carpenter, Columbus, Ohio
Track and Field
Khalilah, a freshman at Brookhaven High, won the girls' 100 and 200 meters at the Division I state championships. She was also a member of victorious 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relays and helped the Wildcats tie Collinwood High of Cleveland for the team crown.
Brian Harriford, Baton Rouge
Harriford, a senior at LSU, was awarded, by the vote of his peers, the Callahan Trophy as the nation's outstanding college player. He led the Tigers to a second straight appearance in the national tournament, where he was directly involved in 37 of their 49 goals.
James Young, Palo Alto, Calif.
James, a senior at Gunn High, won the Central Coast Section boys' singles title for the third straight year, with a 15-4, 15-6 victory over Hilbert Kwan, a junior at Monta Vista High in Cupertino. James finished his three-year high school career with a record of 81-0.
Walter Ruchniewski Jr., Philadelphia
Walter, 17, took over the No. 1 U.S. ranking in the 18-and-under division by finishing second in the compound bow competition at the junior world championship trials. After competing at the worlds, he will join the archery team at Atlantic Community College in Mays Landing, N.J.
Lorene Ramsey, Pekin, Ill.
Ramsey, 61, the women's softball and basketball coach at Illinois Central College in Peoria since 1969, guided the Cougars to a second NJCAA Division I crown. In March she had won a third Division II basketball title. Her career coaching records are 730-178 in basketball and 840-309 in softball.
Brandi Wright, Olathe, Kans.
Brandi, a senior midfielder at Olathe North High, finished her high school career with 102 goals, a Kansas girls' record. A four-time all-state selection, she also added 21 assists to establish the state girls' career points record, with 225. She will play in college at Temple.