Kelly Schade, Osceola, Iowa
Schade, a junior pitcher at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, set Division III single-season records with 341 strikeouts and 24 shutouts. The division's career leader in shutouts with 52, Schade was 32-4 with a 0.48 ERA and 33 complete games for the Storm this year.
Alan Giacalone, Calgary, Alberta
Alan, 18, rushed for 454 yards and 10 touchdowns in wins over Manitoba and Nova Scotia to lead the Alberta High School All-Stars to the Canada Cup crown. As a senior at Father Lacombe High he was the most valuable player in the city Catholic high school league. In the fall he will play for the University of Calgary.
Joe Henning, Chippewa Falls, Wis.
Joe, 14, won the 121-pound freestyle championship at the Hawaii USA International Wrestling Festival, finishing with a record of 6-0 against rivals as old as 17. His title helped Team Wisconsin finish two points ahead of runner-up Indiana in the eight-team tournament.
Andrea Holloway, Russell, Kans.
Track and Field
Andrea, a senior at Russell High, won the girls' Class 4A state championships in the shot put and the discus for the fourth year in a row. She broke her own Class 4A marks in both events, throwing the discus 149'8" and putting the shot 46'0". She has accepted an athletic scholarship to Oklahoma State.
Greg Padilla, Del Mar, Calif.
Padilla, 21, shot a final-round 67 to finish seven under par and win the Southern California Golf Association amateur crown by two strokes over Mike Samoles of San Diego. A senior at Arizona State, Padilla's best finish as a Sun Devil was a tie for sixth at this year's USC Cleveland Golf Invitational.
Travis Mohr, Northampton, Pa.
Travis, 17, who is missing both bilateral femurs, set men's national records in the 100-meter breaststroke and the 100 backstroke at the national disabled championships. He also won golds in the 100 fly and the 200 fly to run his total of national disabled titles to eleven.