Will Carr, SALT LAKE CITY
Carr, a junior righthander at Emory, earned his 12th victory of the season, a school record, in a game against North Carolina Wesleyan. He leads the NCAA Division III in wins this year and has a 22-0 career record.
Erinn Smart, BROOKLYN
Smart, 24, won the gold medal in women's foil at the Division I national fencing championships in Atlanta, taking her third national title. She and her older brother Keeth will compete in Athens this summer on the U.S. Olympic team.
John Criste, SANTA CLARITA, CALIF.
John, a freshman at Saugus High, won the 100- and 200-meter breaststroke at the California-Nevada Spring Championship. In December he broke the 24-year-old national age group (13-14) record in the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:03.45.
Kelli Johnson, EDMONDS, WASH.
Johnson, a junior lefthander at Winthrop University, in Rock Hill, S.C., pitched two perfect games in one week for the Lady Eagles. She is a three-time Big South Conference pitcher of the week and has struck out 179 batters in 205? innings this season.
Brad Sherman, FAIRFAX, VA.
Sherman, 55, a packaging salesman, used a six-iron to shoot a lefthanded hole in one on the par-3, 171-yard 7th hole at the River Bend Golf and Country Club in Great Falls, Va. In 1990 he shot a hole in one as a righthander on the par-3, 186-yard 10th hole.
Nicole Osmar, NINILCHIK, ALASKA
Nicole, a third-generation musher and a freshman at Ninilchik High, won the 160-mile Junior Iditarod. Her father, Tim, is a three-time Junior Iditarod winner and her grandfather, Dean, won the 1984 Iditarod.
Justin and Jordan Barnard
Twins Justin (left) and Jordan, Waldron High seniors, combined for 45 points and led the Mohawks to victory in the state championship game.