Jason Wening, Ann Arbor, Mich.
Wening, 24, a double below-the-knee amputee, broke the world record for his disability class in the 400-meter freestyle with a time of 4:48.14. He also holds world records for his class in the 800 and the 1,500 freestyles and the 400 individual medley.
Kim Young, East St. Louis, ILL.
Young, a senior outside hitter at Grambling, was leading the Southwestern Athletic Conference in hitting percentage (.380) and kills per game (5.28) through Sunday. The two-time SWAC player of the year had a season-high 35 kills against Southern.
Casey Bramlet, Wheatland, Wyo.
Casey, a senior quarterback at Wheatland High, completed 16 of 23 passes for 401 yards and five touchdowns in a 42-19 victory over Lander High. This season he has completed 134 of 252 passes for 2,241 yards and 21 TDs, making him the leading passer in the state.
Elsie Belle Lindsay, Broaddus, Texas
Track and Field
Lindsay, 80, a retired teacher with two great-grandchildren, was the gold medalist in the 80-84 division of the women's shot put at the Texas Senior Olympics, in only her second meet as a senior, with a throw of 14'8". She also won her first meet, five months earlier.
Zach Roberts, Encinitas, Calif.
Zach, 15, placed 17th in the 18-and-under all-around finals at the USA Gymnastics Championships, at which he was the youngest competitor. He also won the all-around at the Junior Pan American meet and is the age 14-15 all-around national champion.
Roger Begue, Suffield, Ohio
Begue, 41, pitched a 16-strikeout shutout for the Akron A's and an 11-strikeout four-hitter for the Canton Stallions on consecutive nights. He led the Stallions to the American Amateur Baseball Congress World Series title and had a combined 22-7 record for his two teams.