Pete Carothers, CINCINNATI
Pete, a senior at St. Xavier High, led the Bombers to their sixth consecutive Ohio Division I championship, winning his third title in the 100-yard butterfly as well as taking the 100-yard freestyle. He won nine championship medals in his high school career.
Jolene Anderson, PORT WING, WIS.
Jolene, a senior guard at South Shore Jr. Sr. High, set Wisconsin girls' scoring records for most points in a game (58), season (956) and career (2,881). She averaged 37.1 points and led the Cardinals to a 24-2 record and the state Division IV final.
Jay Lovero, TUSTIN, CALIF.
Jay, a seventh-grader at Hewes Middle School and goalie for the SOCAL Water Polo 14-and-under boys' team, had 48 saves as his team outscored opponents 138-21 to win the Speedo Cup. For the season, the team was 70-0 and Jay had 555 saves.
Emily Gastineau, CLINTON, OKLA.
Gastineau, a sophomore first baseman at Pittsburg ( Kans.) State, hit two grand slam home runs in a win over New Mexico Highlands and another in a win against East Central. (Two in one game and three over two games are Division II records.) She is batting .379.
Burt Beagle, BRONX, N.Y.
Beagle, 70, a statistician at Baruch College, holds the record for most consecutive basketball games worked—870, since 1969. He has been the statistician for more than 6,000 high school and college games.
Supriya Balsekar, BOMBAY, INDIA
Supriya, a senior at the Taft School in Watertown, Conn., won her third individual squash title at the New England Girls Inter-scholastic championships. She had a 48-0 record over her three years at Taft, with all her matches played at the No. 1 position.
Beau Malia and Joe Lauer, BILLINGS, MONT.
Beau (left) and Joe, seniors at Skyview High, each won his weight class (130 and 145, respectively) at Montana's All-Class tournament. They are the first teammates to each win four high school titles.