Anne Poleska, KREFELD, GERMANY
Poleska, a freshman at Alabama, won both the women's 100- and 200-yard breaststroke at the SEC championships. She finished the 200 in 2:08.85, breaking a 1998 conference record set by 2000 Olympic silver medalist Kristy Kowal, who competed for Georgia.
Joe Hennis, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Joe, a senior at Astronaut High who competes in the 275-pound weight class, won the Class 1A state title for the third consecutive year. Also named first-team all-state as a defensive tackle in football, he finished an undefeated season with 40 wins, 37 by pin.
Keith Aili, RAY, MINN.
Dog Sled Racing
Aili, 26, who breeds sled dogs and is a bear-hunting guide, set a course record in the 250-mile Can-Am Crown International race with a time of 24 hours, 30 minutes. He broke the old mark by 21 minutes and finished nearly one hour ahead of the runner-up, Stan Passananti, 52, of Ely, Minn.
Michelle Labb�, POINT-CLAIRE, QUE.
Labb�, a senior forward at Middlebury College, was named women's Division III player of the year after leading the Panthers to the national title for the second year in a row. In 2000-01 she set school records for points in a season (69) as well as assists (132) and points (240) in a career.
Jeremy Friel, DURHAM, N.H.
Jeremy, a senior forward at Oyster River High, scored his 1,000th career point when he hit seven three-pointers in a game against Milford High. Jeremy, who ended the season with 1,031 points, is the fourth member of his family to surpass 1,000 for the Bobcats.
Ernie Terrell, NORRISTOWN, PA.
Track and Field
Ernie, a senior at Norristown High, won both the 200-and 400-meter dashes at the state boys' high school indoor championships. His time of 21.50 in the 200 was a meet record and is the third fastest by a high schooler this year. He will attend Penn State on a football scholarship.