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SAMMAMISH, WASH. > Track and Field, Football
Kasen, a senior at Skyline High, swept the high jump (6'10"), long jump (24' 5¼") and triple jump (50' 9¼" for a state record) at the 4A state meet. A wide receiver, he holds school records in receptions (236), receiving yards (4,161) and touchdowns (56) and was named the Parade All-America player of the year. He will play football for Washington in the fall.
APEX, N.C. > Lacrosse, Volleyball
Kristi, a senior attacker and co-captain at Apex High, had 46 goals and 45 assists to lead the Cougars to an undefeated record (20--0) and the state title. Last fall, as a setter and co-captain, she led the volleyball team in assists (538) en route to a 27--0 record and a state title. She was voted most valuable female athlete for her school and will play lacrosse at Robert Morris next year.
ORANGE, CALIF. > Tennis
Johnson, a junior at USC, won his 35th straight singles match (4--6, 6--2, 6--1 over Tennessee's Rhyne Williams) to become the NCAA singles champion less than a week after being named most outstanding player in the Trojans' successful run to their third straight NCAA team title. The Pac-10 player of the year, he is ranked No. 1 in men's college tennis.