Dave D'Ambrosa, Point Pleasant, N.J.
D'Ambrosa, 35, a marina owner, drove Rolling Thunder Too to victory in the Class C (Modified) division of the New Jersey Offshore Powerboat Grand Prix for the second straight year. He piloted Gifford Racing to last year's open division world crown.
Edna Mudry, Fort Myers, Fla.
Mudry, 62, won the second flight of the 55-69 age group at the National Association of Left-handed Golfers Championship. She shot 334 over four rounds to win by five strokes. Mudry, a 10 handicapper, was the only woman in the field of 127.
Shawn Marion, Chicago
Marion, a 6'7" second-year forward at Vincennes ( Ind.) University, was named the NJCAA male student-athlete of the year. He averaged 23.5 points and 13.1 rebounds last season for the Trailblazers, who finished fifth in the national juco tournament. He will play at UNLV next year.
Tommy Bonn, Lockhart, Texas
Track and Field
Tommy, a junior at Lockhart High, won Conference AAAA state championships in the boys' 1,600 and 3,200 meters. The third-place finisher at the 1997 state boys' cross-country meet, Tommy won the 1,600 at the Texas Relays and took third in the mile at the Penn Relays this year.
Maegan Gordon, Vassalboro, Maine
Maegan, a senior at Winslow High, led the Raiders to the girls' Class B state tide, fanning eight in a 3-0 victory over Scarborough High. She was the winning pitcher in all 20 of unbeaten Winslow's victories, hurling four no-hitters and 17 shutouts.
John Gray Pou, Shreveport, La.
John Gray, a junior at Byrd High, won his third consecutive boys' Class 5A state singles tide, beating Jonathan Walker, also from Byrd High, 6-2, 6-2. Gray was ranked 39th in the boys' 16-and-under age division by the USTA last year. He is undefeated in 48 high school matches.