Jeremiah Watts, Greenbelt, Md.
Jeremiah, a 215-pound senior defensive end for Eleanor Roosevelt High, had 11 solo tackles, three sacks, two blocked punts, a blocked field goal attempt and a fumble recovery in a 30-6 defeat of Oxon Hill High. He had 121 tackles and 24 sacks this season.
Stacey McIlwaine, Conifer, Colo.
McIlwaine, a senior at Colorado, won the omnium title, which is given to the best finisher in both the women's cross-country (fourth) and the women's dual slalom (third) at the collegiate championships. The Buffaloes won their second consecutive team title.
Keith Bourassa, Pittsfield, Mass.
Bourassa, 37, won the raw men's 319-pound division at the AAU World Championships with a total of 1,682.5 pounds in nine lifts and set an American record for his weight class in the deadlift (642.5). His twin brother, Kevin, set an American 35-39 age-group mark in the bench press (470).
James Ulrich, Fredonia, N.Y.
Track and Field
Ulrich, 52, retired from coaching after 24 years at Fredonia State, having won 20 consecutive State University of New York Athletic Conference championships. He was named SUNYAC coach of the year 13 times and led the Blue Devils to a dual-meet record of 95-5.
Sara Morgan, Lexington, Ky.
Morgan, a senior at Centre College in Danville, was selected Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference women's player of the year. She broke her own conference single-season scoring record, with 26 goals. She also had 10 assists for the 11-5-2 Colonels.
Derek Snyder, Chatsworth, Calif.
Derek, 15, won a silver medal in foil and a bronze in epee in the under-17 bracket at the North American championships. He also placed 14th in foil in the under-20 division and was a member of the silver-medal-winning U.S. foil team at the World Youth Games.