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CENTENNIAL, COLO. > Swimming
Missy, a 15-year-old sophomore at Regis Jesuit High, became the youngest member of Colorado's Sportswomen Hall of Fame and was named the state girls' swimmer of the year after setting a national high school record in the 100-yard backstroke (52.30). A member of the U.S. national team, Missy is ranked No. 2 in the world in the 100- and 200-meter long-course backstroke.
SOMERSWORTH, N.H. > Ice Hockey
Jaret, a senior center and the team captain at Somersworth High, was named Division III player of the year in leading the Hilltoppers to an undefeated season (21--0) and the team's first state championship despite having its funding eliminated last June. He had a team-high 86 points to set a school career points record (230) and help the team score a state-high 179 goals.
STEELTON, PA. > Basketball
Malia, a 5'8" sophomore guard at Steelton-Highspire High, had 19 points to lead the Lady Steamrollers to their first Class A state title, defeating two-time defending champion Bishop Guilfoyle High 73--60. She recovered from tearing her left ACL and meniscus during last year's state playoffs to average 23.9 points—tops in Class A—and reach a career total of 1,361 points.