A freshman at Tolland High, Jeremy set state sectional records in the 220 (25.3) and 440 (58.8). She led the Eagles to a 12-1 season, going undefeated in her specialties and anchoring Tolland's undefeated mile and two-mile relay teams.
A senior at George Hewlett High, Anthony ran 400 meters in 46.09 at the Junior National AAU championships in Knoxville, Tenn., a U.S. high school record for automatic timing. Anthony was undefeated in 15 meets this season.
Katzenberg, 92, shot a one-over-par 28 on the back nine of the par-3 Cliff Valley Golf Course in Tucson. Katzenberg, who plays golf and swims every day, had eight pars and one bogie en route to the lowest round he ever played.
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Roxanne, 17, led Grosse Isle High to a 33-0 season and the Class B state girls' softball championship, pitching a three-hitter against South Haven in the final. She had a 31-0 record (57-1 over two years), an 0.75 ERA and batted .426.
Dorst, 21, led Stanford to a 20-2 water polo season and the NCAA championship. A 6'4" goalie, he allowed an average of 4.1 goals per game during the season and 6.3 in the playoffs and was MVP of both the Pac 8 and the NCAA tournament.
Carl, 18, was All-Conference in the three sports he competed in for the Landon School this year. He was a linebacker in football, wrestled at 185 pounds, and, as a rightfielder, led the league with a .500 batting average.