Gary Hines, ATLANTA
Hines, a sophomore at Georgia Perimeter College, led the Atlanta Metro Condors to the elite division national championships and was named the tournament MVP. He was the sport's 2003 male athlete of the year and is a member of the 2004 Olympic team.
Wendy Harris, LUND, NEV.
Track and Field
Wendy, a sophomore at Lund High, set Class 1A records in the 1,600 and 3,200 meters at the Nevada state track meet. She finished second in the 800 meters, and her 38 points helped the Mustangs win their second straight team championship.
Kenny Eiser, DOYLESTOWN, PA.
Eiser, a senior middle blocker at Juniata College, was named the Division III men's national player of the year by the American Volleyball Coaches Association. He helped lead the Eagles to victory in the Molten Division III men's invitational championship.
Kalyn Keller, PHOENIX
Keller, a freshman at Southern Cal, became the second woman to swim the 1,500 meters in less than 15:50 when she set an American and NCAA record with a time of 15:49.14. She will compete at the 2004 Olympic trials in Long Beach, Calif., on July 7-14.
Dan Ames, LAKESIDE, CALIF.
Track and Field
Ames, a senior at UCLA, led the Bruins to the team title and became the first athlete to win three individual throwing events at the Pac-10 championship. He defended his title in the shot put and won the hammer throw and the discus.
Angel Shamblin, DAVIE, FLA.
Angel, a senior righthander at Hollywood Christian School, pitched a three-hitter and hit a home run to beat Lakeland McKeel 5-0 and give the Eagles a second straight Class 2A state title. She did not give up a run this season and finished with an 18-0 record.
Jordan Leen, CHATTANOOGA
Jordan, a senior at the Baylor School, won the 130-pound title at the senior nationals wrestling tournament. He is Tennessee's all-time winningest wrestler with 214 career victories and four state championships. He will attend Cornell University in the fall.