EAST ORANGE, N.J. > Track and Field
Dominique, a junior at Immaculate Conception High, won the 55-meter dash at the New Jersey Meet of Champions in 6.92 seconds, the fastest time in the nation for the scholastic indoor season. Dominique, who holds 10 school records and earned 26 indoor medals in four months, made the Nike All-America team for the second year in the 60 and 200.
CANTON, MICH. > Ice Hockey
Zack, a junior goalie at Detroit Catholic Central High, had five shutouts in the Shamrocks' six playoff games, including one in the final, to spark his team to the state Division I championship and a final record of 25-3-2. Zack led Michigan Division I schools in wins (21), goals-against average (1.30) and shutouts (eight).
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SAN CLEMENTE, CALIF. > Soccer and Softball
Tiffany, a senior goalkeeper and shortstop at San Clemente High, completed the soccer season with 142 saves and 19 shutouts, helping the Tritons go 29-4-1, win the state Division I regional title and earn a No. 2 national ranking for winter soccer teams. After 13 softball games she was batting .435 with a .500 on-base percentage.
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FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. > Baseball
McKague, a sophomore pitcher--first baseman at Army, returned from a shoulder injury to hit .813 in four games, scoring eight runs and driving in six more as the Cadets won three times. In a doubleheader sweep of Navy he hit a 500-foot, two-run homer and then pitched a perfect inning in relief, getting his third save of the season.
QUINCY, MASS. > Football, Ice Hockey and Baseball
Bill, a senior at Boston College High, is the first athlete in school history to start on three state Division I championship teams—ice hockey (2007), baseball ('08) and football ('08). He was named all--Catholic Conference in baseball (first base) and football (quarterback) for the championship seasons, and this school year he was a captain on all three teams.
RIO RANCHO, N.MEX. > Wrestling
Max, a senior at Rio Rancho High competing at 140 pounds, ended his high school career (eighth through 12th grade) by winning his fifth state title and leading the Rams to their sixth team title in seven years. The national runner-up in his weight class, Max went 49--1 with 37 pins for the season, bringing his career record to 197--6.
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