Kristen, a senior at Carondelet High, won the girls' national high school cross-country championship by running the 5,000-meter course in 17:34,7 to finish three seconds ahead of Katy Radkewich. a senior at Cleveland's Beaumont School. Kristen is the third consecutive Californian to win the girls' title.
Clemens, 41, women's volleyball coach at Washington University, led the Bears to a 15-8,15-9, 15-7 defeat of Juniata College that gave them the Division III title for the sixth straight year. The Bears are 457-65 in 12 seasons under Clemens and have won an NCAA-record 101 home matches in a row.
Anthony, a senior basketball guard at St. Anthony High, was MVP of three major tournaments won by the 11-0 Friars. Through last weekend Anthony, who plans to attend Georgetown, was averaging 18.5 points for St. Anthony, the nation's top-ranked team, which had a 65-game winning streak.
York, 19, a center on the U.S. junior ice hockey team, paced the Americans to the silver medal in the World Junior Hockey Championships by amassing a tournament-high 10 points (five goals, five assists) in seven games. It was the U.S.'s highest finish in the junior worlds.
Stratton, 45, set two women's masters division (ages 45-49) American records at the prestigious Dartmouth Relays with 35'½" in the shot put and 39'4¾" in the 20-pound weight toss. Both records were previously held by Vanessa Hillard of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Green, a senior defensive tackle at Norfolk State, was awarded the Paul (Tank) Younger Trophy as the top player at historically black colleges and universities. He led the Spartans and the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association with 12½ sacks and threw foes for losses 24 times totaling 135 yards.