McGuigan, a two-sport senior captain for Loyola (Md.), has started 121 of 123 games in four years for the Lady Greyhounds in field hockey. She has also started in all 55 lacrosse games over the past three seasons.
Watts, 49, the cross-country and track and field coach at Edinboro (Pa.) University, has guided the Fighting Scots to 77 straight dual-meet wins. Edinboro has won six national cross-country titles in his 23 seasons.
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Smith, 61, a psychologist who five years ago had quintuple heart bypass surgery, won the Pacific Masters Swimming Open Water Points Competition (ages 60-64). He won two of the event's eight open-water races.
Marie, now a freshman at Lincoln High, won her second straight TAC Junior Olympic 3,000-meter girls' (ages 13-14) title, in 10:35. She also set a girls' record (10:45.8) for the two-mile Grant Park cross-country course.
Kelly, 12, a soccer midfielder, helped lead J.B. Marine to an 82-0-5 record in 12-and-under girls' competition over the past two years. She has also been named to Missouri's Olympic Development girls' team.
Dwayne, a senior fullback at Hernando High, rushed for 301 yards on 16 carries and scored seven touchdowns in a 55-3 win over Lecanto High. He has rushed for 1,423 yards and 27 TDs through eight games this season.