Ryan Brewer, Troy, Ohio
Ryan, a senior running back at Troy High, was named Ohio's Mr. Football after setting a state single-season rushing record of 2,856 yards despite playing all 10 games with a fractured wrist. He finished his career with 7,656 rushing yards, 9,943 all-purpose yards and 117 TDs.
Jackie Stiles, Claflin, Kans.
Stiles, a sophomore guard at Southwest Missouri State, shot 19 for 26 while scoring 52 points in an 87-86 defeat of Baylor. Through Sunday she led the nation's women in scoring average (28.6 points per game) and was shooting 58.2%.
Audley Huber, Fort Myers, Fla.
Audley, a senior center at the Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, led the Cobras to the national high school championship for the fourth straight year and was named tournament MVP. He scored 77 career goals by rolling a ball with a bell in it over his opponents' goal line.
John T. Rediger, Pecos, Texas
Rediger, 56, was ranked first in the U.S. in the 50-59 age group by NASTAR, the national standard organization for recreational skiing. He has placed first in the state in his age group for the past six years, and his handicap of one is the lowest in the nation for all age groups.
Chris Ruhl, Quakertown, Pa.
Chris, 11, ranked fourth nationally in the 10-12 age group of the Lance Armstrong Jr. developmental series road races, won his age division in the omnium at the junior national championship by finishing first in both the 1K and 2K races and second in the 500 meters.
Holly Palmgren, Flossmoor, Ill.
Palmgren, 62, a housewife with an 11 handicap, won the Flossmoor Country Club's 18-hole women's title for the 20th time since 1969. She shot a 33-over-par 261 for the 54 holes and defeated Karin Cohn, 58, of Chicago by nine strokes.