WICHITA, KANS. › BASKETBALL
Perry, a 6'8", 225-pound senior forward, scored a game-high 19 points to surpass 2,000 in his career in a 54--42 win over Bishop Carroll that helped the Falcons reach their own milestone: a state-record 60 straight victories. Averaging 26.6 points and 10.3 rebounds, he started every game during the streak, which began in 2009 and ended at 62 wins. Perry was selected as a McDonald's All-American and is a three-time Gatorade state boys' player of the year. He will play at Kansas next season.
NORTH SYRACUSE, N.Y. › BASKETBALL
Breanna, a 6'4" senior forward at Cicero--North Syracuse High, scored 26 points in a 92--39 win over Auburn High to break the 2,000 career point mark, just hours after she was named USA Basketball's national women's player of the year—an honor that typically goes to college or pro players. Averaging 25 points per game for the Northstars, she was also selected as a McDonald's All-American this season. Last year she led the U.S. U-19 squad to gold at worlds. Next year she will play at UConn.
POCATELLO, IDAHO › TRACK AND FIELD
Dallin, a senior at Highland High, ran a 9:10.34 in the 3,200 meters at the Simplot Games at Idaho State's Holt Arena to break a 12-year-old meet record. The hometown favorite, he turned in even 4:35 splits at the 4,500-foot-elevation track to win with the fourth-fastest time in the nation this season, through Sunday. Last fall Dallin won the state cross-country championship with a 5K time of 15:40.58 and repeated as Idaho's Gatorade boys' runner of the year. Next year he will run for BYU.