Ashley Boutte, LAKE CHARLES, LA.
Boutte, a freshman forward at Southern University, is the NCAA Division I leader in goals and points per game. She was elected to the 2003 All-Southwestern Athletic Conference team and was named conference freshman player of the year.
Conrad Singh, FORT WASHINGTON, MD.
Singh, a senior wide receiver at Hampden-Sydney College, set a a school single-game record with 224 receiving yards and was Old Dominion Athletic Conference offensive player of the week. He leads the NCAA's Division III with 10.2 receptions per game.
Megan Garvey, NASHVILLE, MICH.
Megan, a senior guard at Maple Valley High, scored her 1,000th career point on Oct. 7. She is the Lions' leading scorer, averaging 19.8 points per game. She has been named player of the week by the Battle Creek Enquirer News.
Clark Condict, IRVINE, CALIF.
Clark, a senior driver at Northwood High, scored six goals, including two in overtime, in a 7-6 win over Corona del Mar, and he led the Timberwolves to the Pacific Coast League championship. He scored 114 goals this season.
Brooke Edsall, OMEGA, OKLA.
Brooke, a junior at Lomega High, won her third Oklahoma Class A girls' cross-country championship with a time of 11:47.3 for the two-mile event. She went undefeated in nine meets this year and has won 18 of 25 meets in her career.
Jason Yeisley, ALLENTOWN, PA.
Jason, a junior forward at Salisbury High, scored 52 goals and led the Falcons to a 22-3-1 season and a berth in the state's Class 2A playoffs. He scored 105 career goals and broke the school's alltime career goals and points records.
Emily Alexander and Charli Jones
Emily (near right) and Charli, senior tailbacks at Pickens Academy, became the first two Alabama high school girls to score touchdowns when they each ran the ball in, on Oct. 24.