Davis, a freshman swimmer at North Carolina, led the Tar Heels to the ACC title by setting one conference—a 1:37.3 in the 200-yard free—and four school records. He also anchored a conference-record 6:36.7 in the 800-yard freestyle relay.
Kareema, a senior basketball center at Southeast High, scored 1,765 career points while leading the Buffaloes to a 54-game winning streak and state titles in 1986 and '87. She averaged 23.1 ppg this season as Southeast went 23-1.
Ferras, a senior center at Plattsburgh (N.Y.) State, is the most prolific collegiate hockey scorer ever. He had 359 points (126 goals, 233 assists) and broke by seven points the five-year-old career scoring record set by Oswego State's Dave Lair.
Eleby, a junior at Wayland Baptist University, won the 440-yard (48.67) and 600-yard (1:11.97) runs at the NAIA indoor track and field meet. He also anchored the winning mile-relay team as the Pioneers won their fourth straight team title.
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Nea, a sophomore at Huntington High, won the Sunset League title and the state high school surfing championship, both for the second year in a row. She is also the U.S. Surfing Federation's national women's amateur champion.
Stone, a junior righthander at the University of Texas, set a Longhorn record by striking out 19 batters in nine innings while beating Southwestern Louisiana 2-0. He allowed one hit, a single, and no walks as Texas ran its record to 32-5.